Physiotherapy Blog

Eight Benefits Of Pre-Natal Massage Therapy

Pre-natal massage therapy is becoming increasingly popular due to its many benefits. Numerous studies have been done on the subject and it seems like prenatal massage therapy is quickly becoming a must for pregnant women. There are many advantages to prenatal massage therapy. If you’re unsure if this is right for you, here are eight […]

How To Prevent Back Injuries During Golf Season

Golf is one of those sports that if you don’t execute movement in the right way, you could find yourself seriously injured. One of the most common golf injuries occurs in our backs, the lower part specifically. Why does golfing cause back injuries? Because golf requires you to generate significant power to accurately propel the […]

10 Ways For Athletes To Prevent & Treat Muscle Strains

Muscle strain (also known as a pulled muscle) is the most common sports-related injury; it occurs when muscle fibers are stretched beyond their capacity. If you want to stay in the game, here are five ways you can prevent muscle strains. How to Prevent Muscle Strains Warm-up and stretch You need to warm up and […]

Is Plantar Fasciitis Causing My Sore Heel

Your feet are designed to handle a lot of pressure. But when they’re put under too much strain, you could end up with sore feet. If the pain you’re experiencing is located on the bottom of your heel, it’s likely caused by plantar fasciitis. What is Plantar Fasciitis? Plantar fasciitis is the most common cause […]

Is Plantar Fasciitis Causing My Sore Heel

Most people experience some form of back pain at some point in their lives, and fortunately, most recover without the need for surgery. But with spinal stenosis, which causes back and neck pain and is associated with osteoarthritis of spinal joint for elderly, surgery has commonly been considered as the only method to effectively alleviate […]

Prevent Back Pain By Pilates & Yoga

A recent poll conducted by Harris Interactive revealed that millions of Americans are taking up core-strengthening exercises, including Pilates and yoga to improve function at work, home, or on the playing field. The associated strength and flexibility exercises have also proven to be effective in preventing back pain by teaching you proper spinal alignment, reducing […]

Tips For Identifying And Relieving Groin Strain

A groin strain occurs when one or more of the groin or adductor muscles in your inner thigh are torn. Your groin muscles allow movement of your leg up to your waist and provide stability in your pelvis. When this muscle is strained, movement is inhibited. A groin strain can be a small tear or […]

How To Work Out With A Foot Injury

So, you’re excited about starting your new exercise program, and you energetically go through the first series of workouts. Within a week or so, you’re laid up with an inflamed foot, injured knee, sore back, or aggravated shoulder. If this hasn’t happened to you, you have probably heard someone share a similar story. It is […]

5 Tips To Prevent Injury While Running

Studies show that the number of runners that get hurt every year is higher than that of professional football players, at 74 percent. So, why do people run so badly? There are two key reasons: first is the poor design of running shoes with an elevated heel that causes the unconscious first contact with the […]

3 Things You Need To Know About CBT

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a common form of mental health therapy that helps patients overcome challenges in their life caused by negative and/or harmful thinking patterns. The Purpose of CBT A subset of psychotherapy, CBT typically multiple one-on-one sessions between the patient and his or her psychotherapist or trained social worker, the number of […]




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