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Return of Spring, Return to Running ... Without Injury!
For many, spring means the return of outdoor running training. Running is one of the most popular forms of aerobic exercise for weight control and daily stress. This sport is relatively safe and has several health benefits. Although you are excited about the arrival of spring to restart your favorite exercise, do not start too fast! The most common cause of running injuries is an overload of mechanical stress on the tissues.
Posted on 2019-04-10
YOGA FOR YOU
Before I became a physiotherapist I had a strong desire to do yoga. As a young adult it was a way to take a break from the chatter in my own head; allowing me to escape from the business of the world around me. The more I practiced, the more I realized that there was more to yoga than just a form of escape. I also started to piece together how beneficial yoga was for the individual, along with how it can be used as an adjunct to holistic medical practices such as physiotherapy....
Posted on 2019-03-28
HOW TO MAKE PHYSIOTHERAPY WORK FOR YOU
A physiotherapist is a university-trained “movement specialist” able to help injured people reach optimal body function so they can return to a normal life. He or she will assess your injury, specifically, the quality and quantity of movement and offer the best treatment possible towards a quick recovery. So why do some folks heal quicker than others? There are several reasons why healing rates vary; some are under the client’s co...
Posted on 2019-03-04
HOW TO ADD MORE MOVEMENT TO YOUR ROUTINE IN THE MIDST OF WINTER
Being in the middle of winter, especially with our unpredictable weather patterns, it can be difficult to stay active. It seems like winter has this power of making us want to stay indoors and hibernate. With the increase hours of darkness in comparison to the spring and summer months, in addition to the bone chilling temperature, our drive to exercise and sometimes our moods dwindle. However, this is the time our b...
Posted on 2019-02-27
Getting Back to the Basics
After the holiday season many of us find ourselves thinking about our "new year’s resolution" and how we are going to change our lives for the better. So with this being my first blog of 2019 I thought it would be a perfect time to talk about getting back to the basics. More specifically, focusing on the importance of sleep, regular exercise and healthy eating.
Sleep hygiene is essential and seems to be sometimes overlooked in our busy Nort...
Posted on 2019-01-18