Sport Performance Needs Rotation

Watch any sport performance closely and you will notice that most, if not all, of these activities have a prominent rotational component. LETS EMPHASIZE SPORTS PERFORMANCE NEEDS ROTATION! Thus we need to TRAIN THE BODY IN ROTATION !! Ironically, when we look at many strength and conditioning programs for athletes, …

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Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMD)

Jaw Pain in Vaughan? Physiotherapy should be your first choice! Jaw Pain or Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction can be a temporary nuisance or a life-altering problem. When TMD is less severe you may have trouble biting down on harder foods which can cause jaw pain throughout the joint, it’s annoying but not …

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Dry Needling Benefits

Benefits of Dry Needling for Muscle Activation What is Dry Needling? Dry needling involves inserting a very thin needle through the skin to stimulate a trigger point. It can release tight muscle bands or “knots” within a muscle that can cause pain over a large area. Sometimes these trigger points can …

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Soccer Injuries

Top 5 Injuries for Male Soccer Players Parents in Vaughan are always asking if soccer is a good idea for their children learning a new sport? Our response is it always a great choice! Soccer helps develop great coordination, agility, team play, and cardio endurance. The next question we get …

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Sports Physiotherapy

Sports Physiotherapy is what we do. We are always asked “What sets you apart from other Physiotherapists in your area?”. The answer is simple. We go a step above to train you specifically for returning back to your sport. This includes: sport specific drills running and jumping analysis sport specific …

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Shoulder Strengthening Abduction:

Shoulder Strengthening Abduction: One of the best ways to strengthen the shoulder is by abducting the arm. Abduction refers to a motion that pulls a structure or part away from the mid-line of the body.  For example, raising the arms up, such as when tightrope-walking, is an example of abduction at the shoulder. Abduction …

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