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10 Ways a Physiotherapist Can Improve Your Health

January 24 | 2024
Posted by Erin Mills Physiotherapy

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  Our physiotherapy clinic PhysioNow has 9 locations to serve you across the GTA, from Burlington to Etobicoke Physiotherapists can improve your health by being champions of fitness and wellness. They are experts in a wide variety of topics and can help in many different areas. The following is a list of ways your physiotherapist can improve your health! 1. Prevention Physiotherapists work to prevent injuries and physical health issues through education and awareness. For example, they may provide guidance on proper ergonomics, posture, and exercise habits to reduce the risk of developing pain, injuries and chronic conditions. 2. Rehabilitation Sometimes, accidents happen and injuries can’t be avoided. Physiotherapists help individuals recover from injuries, surgeries, and medical conditions. They use various techniques, therapeutic exercises, and treatments to restore physical function, mobility, and strength. 3. Pain Management Physiotherapists help manage and alleviate pain, whether it’s caused by…

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Reduce Your Risk of Falls with Physiotherapy!

January 22 | 2024
Posted by Erin Mills Physiotherapy

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Image by rawpixel.com on Freepik Falls among the elderly can lead to serious injuries and a reduced quality of life. However, physiotherapy exercises focusing on balance and proprioception can play a significant role in preventing these incidents. In this blog, we will explore the importance of balance and proprioception, and how targeted exercises can help decrease fall incidents. Understanding Balance and Proprioception Balance refers to the ability to maintain an upright posture and stay steady during various activities. Proprioception, on the other hand, is the sense of one’s body position and movement without relying on visual input. These two factors are closely linked and are essential for mobility and preventing falls, especially in older adults. Why Are Falls Common Among the Elderly? As people age, several factors contribute to an increased risk of falls. Notably, these include: Muscle weakness: Firstly, aging leads to a natural loss…

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How to Treat a Frozen Shoulder: Physio 101

January 16 | 2024
Posted by Erin Mills Physiotherapy

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What is Frozen Shoulder? Frozen shoulder, also called adhesive capsulitis, involves stiffness and pain in the shoulder joint. The shoulder joint is enclosed in a capsule of connective tissue. Then, frozen shoulder occurs when this capsule thickens and tightens around the shoulder joint, restricting its movement. What does a typical case look like? Often, signs and symptoms begin slowly, and start getting worse. Over a long period of time, symptoms get better, usually within 1 to 3 years. Additionally, having to keep a shoulder still for a long period increases the risk of developing frozen shoulder. For example, this might happen after having surgery or breaking an arm. Treatment involves range-of-motion exercises. Sometimes, treatment involves corticosteroids and numbing medications injected into the joint. Rarely, arthroscopic surgery is needed to loosen the joint capsule so that it can move more freely. It’s unusual for this condition r to reoccur in the…

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Sports Injuries: How Physical Therapy Helps

January 04 | 2024
Posted by Erin Mills Physiotherapy

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Image by Freepik In the athletic world, sports injuries are a common occurrence while participating in competitions, organized sports, fitness activities, or training exercises. For starters, poor training methods, a lack of conditioning, and/or inadequate warm-ups are a few of the causes of sports-related injuries. At certain times, coping with these kinds of injuries often calls for physical rehabilitation. Physical therapy helps people regain strength and movement in parts of their body after an injury. Additionally, it can help someone manage their pain and prevent permanent damage and recurring problems. What are some examples of sports injuries? Image by pressfoto on Freepik Firstly, common ways that athletes get hurt depend on the kind of sports they participate in. They may be at risk for one or more of these kinds of injuries: Ankle injuries — Just about any athlete who is on…

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