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Gardening Tips

Proper movements and tools will extend your gardening season. The secret to a healthy garden is a healthy gardener. To get the most of your gardening season, the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) recommends the following tips and techniques. A “warm up” before...

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Thinking of Dieting?

Happy New Years! Thinking of going on a diet in 2024? Read this, and think again: At this time of year, many folks are considering assessing their nutrition and looking to improve their eating habits or relationship with food. If you are looking to improve your energy...

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TMJ Dysfunction

Argh! Did you wake up this morning with a headache or face pain? Do your jaw joints make noise? Do you have limited movement to open or close your mouth, or get “stuck” in one position during movement? Do your ears sometimes ring? Are you clenching or grinding your...

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Dry Needling

You’ve most likely heard of acupuncture; and quite possibly IMS. They both fall under the category of Dry Needling. Dry needling is a technique that a trained physiotherapist can incorporate into your treatment plan. It involves the insertion of a fine solid needle...

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Spotlight on Scoliosis

Scoliosis is a spinal deformity - famously known as a “sideways” curve of the spine. It is most often found during adolescence and affects about three in every hundred Canadians.  As the spine curves it can cause changes in body morphology like unevenness in the hips,...

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Golf Injuries

Each year in the Okanagan, golfers like me take to the links to whack balls left, right, and occasionally down the middle of the fairway. It’s often a humbling experience. The sport of golf requires coordination, strength, flexibility, and most importantly, mobility....

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Shoulder Pain in Throwers

Each spring, at the beginning of baseball and softball season, people will develop pain and soreness in the arm and shoulder when throwing, or after throwing. This can linger or worsen as the season goes, potentially zapping their throwing strength and their ability...

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