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Shoulder pain and what you need to know!

Problem: Shoulder Impingement   Shoulder impingement (often called rotator cuff impingement) is a broad term that describes a number of possible conditions at the shoulder.   Because of this, shoulder impingement can look different for each person both in terms of symptoms experienced and treatment necessary.   Generally speaking, shoulder ...

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Inversion Therapy as a Treatment for Back Pain

No matter what the cause, back pain can seem relentless. The frustration and sense of caution when you have or have had back pain can be life changing. It is common to be fearful of getting reinjured and can lead to avoiding common tasks like picking up your children or ...

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The Ultimate Guide to your C-Section

We think Moms are amazing, beautiful and strong humans and sadly don’t always get the support and guidance they need pre-and post-delivery. This e-book is all about learning how to care for yourself following a Caesarean Section – whether planned or unplanned. It is designed to be an adjunct to ...

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5 Things you need to know before getting a Hip or Knee Replacement

1. Prehab is just as important as rehab. If you’re considering a total joint replacement chances are you’ve been living with significant pain for at least a year. Because of your pain you’ve probably had to avoid certain movements and have adopted unconventional ways to do things like put your ...

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Do you do spinal twists to stretch your low back? This is why you shouldn’t.

The Spinal twist, commonly used to stretch the lower back is an exercise that is actually not the best stretch for your back!   Surprised? Many clients are when we explain why. Here are two common variations typically used in training sessions, yoga classes or pilates DVDs.       ...

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All about Kegels with Pelvic Health Physiotherapist Cassie Dionne

Do you perform kegels? Do you know if you are doing them correctly? Do you know they can sometimes make your symptoms worse? Find out more information about kegels and how to do them correctly from Pelvic Health Physiotherapist Cassie Dionne PT in this quick video explaining more about kegels ...

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Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy: What to Expect

Learn more about Pelvic Health Physiotherapy We completely understand you might feel nervous coming in for your first Pelvic Health Physiotherapy appointment! We want to give you an outline of what to expect to help ease any apprehension that you might understandably have.  We want to explain the process, answer ...

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The Success of Dry needling for Plantar Fasciitis

What is dry needling? The practice of Dry Needling has been around for decades and continues to improve Neuro-Musculo-Skeletal function. The primary goal of Dry Needling is to desensitize supersensitive structures, to restore motion and function and to induce a healing response to the tissue. Dry Needling is a technique to treat ...

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Prolapse, pelvic health and pessaries

We are very excited to announce that we are now offering more services to help women improve their pelvic health.   Taylored Training Physiotherapy is the only clinic in Kingston offering pessary fitting and pessary care.   What is Prolapse? Pelvic organ prolapse occurs when a pelvic organ-such as your bladder-drops (prolapses) from ...

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