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How Long Does Physiotherapy Take?

How Long Does Physiotherapy Take?
So Your Doctor Told You to Go To Physiotherapy… Now What?. You are going to physiotherapy for a condition/pain to “become better…” How long would you say it would take until you do, in fact, become better? 3 weeks? 6 weeks? 3 months? An easy answer would be “well, it would depend on the condition…” While that may be true, it may not be the only answer. In fact, it may not even be a good answer as it addresses arguably a small percentage of a bigg...
Posted on 2022-11-04

Show Yourself Compassion - Make Time for a Massage!

Show Yourself Compassion - Make Time for a Massage!
As February is upon us, I am reminded everywhere that Valentines Day is almost here. February the month of Love, Romance and Chocolate gift boxes......but wait... It's also the month of Self-Love and maybe some Compassion for Yourself! Giving your OWN body and mind what it needs is super important as well!I am grateful everyday to be able to help people recover from injuries, decrease their migraines, enhance their athletic performance or just give them a quick escape from the stressful reality...
Posted on 2022-02-11

What is Blood Flow Restriction Training For?

What is Blood Flow Restriction Training For?
Blood Flow Restriction Training (BFRT). What is BFRT? BFRT is a type of resistance training that involves reducing blood flow into a limb and restricting venous blood flow (blood returning to the heart) out of the limb with a pressure cuff while doing low load resistance training. As a result, BFRT allows an individual to resistance train at a low load, but accomplish similar strength gains to a heavy resistance program, which in a rehabilitation setting is important since most patients are un...
Posted on 2021-04-28

Shockwave Therapy

Shockwave Therapy
. Shockwave Therapy in Calgary. Hands on care and targeted exercise is at the core of what we provide to facilitate healing. However, every now and then, a tool comes along that makes a remarkable difference in a different way. We caught up with Advanced Practice Physiotherapist Rob Ruddick, PT from Evidence Sport and Spine to find out about SHOCKWAVE. How long have you been using Shockwave Therapy (SWT)? RR: I first had access to Shockwave as a treatment modality 4 years ago. By the time I ...
Posted on 2019-10-16

What is Dry Needling and who is it good for?

What is Dry Needling and who is it good for?
Written by Jason Douglas, Physiotherapist What is Dry Needling?. Dry needling is a specialized technique used by certified physiotherapists, chiropractors and medical doctors. The technique, depending on clinician training, can be termed: Dry Needling, Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS), Biomedical Dry Needling or Functional Dry Needling (FDN) but all tends to follow the same treatment approach. Dry needling is used to treat musculoskeletal systems based on pain patterns, muscular dysfunction ...
Posted on 2017-03-10

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