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Healthy Strides: Tips for Proper Running Form

Running is a fantastic way to stay active and maintain a healthy lifestyle. However, improper form can lead to various issues, such as muscle imbalances, joint pain, and even injury. …

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Adding Life To Your Years: Rethinking Vitality

“The Centenarian Decathlon”- Dr Kate Hood As we journey through life, the importance of maintaining our physical vitality increases. In his recent book Outlive, Dr. Peter Attia a prominent figure …

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Side lying external rotation exercise

Rotator Cuff and Shoulder Pain

Rotator cuff (RC) tendinopathy is a common shoulder injury characterized by pain and weakness, often resulting from repetitive movements. Read on to learn about rotator cuff injuries, treatment options, exercises, …

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Physiotherapist addressing knee pain in a client

Exercise Is the Best Practice For Managing Knee Osteoarthritis (OA)

Osteoarthritis (OA) is a progressive joint disease that affects over 4 million Canadians. It causes joint pain, stiffness, and functional disability, especially in the knees, hips, and hands. Read on …

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Balancing on log

Is The Rest Of The World Spinning, Or Is It Just Me?

A recent study estimates that up to 35% of adults aged 40 years or older in the United States have experienced some form of vestibular dysfunction, often including dizziness. You …

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Recovery Strategies

Modernizing Our Approach to Lower Back Pain

Almost everyone has experienced low back pain in their lifetime. 84% of adults actually. It’s the number one cause of disability and probably the one you hear yourself or someone …

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Prenatal massage

Massage Therapy During Pregnancy

One of the most common questions around the topic of receiving massage therapy while pregnant is whether it is safe. Not only is massage therapy safe during pregnancy, but it …

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Navigating Ergonomics for a Pain-Free Workday

It is no coincidence that as we spend more time typing at our computers and holding our phones, our hands, wrists, elbows, and shoulders show greater signs of repetitive strain—not …

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