All posts by: Physiomobility

About Physiomobility

At Physiomobility clinics, we provide hands-on treatments and specialized programs by qualified practitioners for orthopaedic and neurological conditions, sports injuries, work related, personal and motor vehicle injuries, arthritis and osteoporosis as well as pain management, all in state of the art facilities. Our physiotherapy Toronto clinic is located in Shops at Don Mills nad we cover the entire Toronto GTA through our Home care physiotherapy program.

There are a number of steps that you can take in order to be prepared for your physiotherapy at home after operation. Being prepared ensures that you and your therapist can work together to reach your goals faster and move better. After surgery, it would be best not to impose a lot of strain on […]

The modern, sedentary lifestyle poses a number of health-related challenges. One big challenge is how to avoid assuming unhealthy positions that may lead to poor posture during long work hours sitting behind the desk and working with computer. Maintaining an optimal posture is important because poor posture is not only causes a number of musculoskeletal […]

Physiotherapy after car accident is important. The aftermath of a car accident can be challenging, both from physical and emotional perspective. In such a difficult time, it is common for most people to ignore minor aches and injuries. However, sometimes, these small injuries can transform into a health issue, resulting in pain and discomfort. Therefore, […]

THE ROLE OF PHYSIOTHERAPY IN TREATING PELVIC FLOOR, URINARY & GASTROINTESTINAL DYSFUNCTIONS Pelvic Floor Dysfunction (PFD) affects 30% of women and up to 10% of men. PFD refers to conditions such as urinary incontinence, pelvic pain and pelvic organ prolapse. These conditions are more common after giving birth or frequent urinary infection. Although the are […]

What makes prenatal & postpartum pelvic health so important? Expectant mothers and those immediately postpartum, can benefit from a pelvic floor health assessment for common conditions such as: LOW BACK PAIN AND SCIATICA Low back pain is commonly experienced during pregnancy and after giving birth. Changing hormone levels affects ligaments supporting lower back area causing […]

Shoulder pain? Made up of two main bones and several muscles, tendons, and ligaments, the shoulder joint is one of the most complex joints in your body. The complex structure of the shoulder joint attributes to its wide range of motion, which in turn makes shoulder joints more vulnerable to injuries. While different musculoskeletal conditions […]