Physiotherapy Blog

What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Compression or Compartment Syndrome? Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is a condition that results from the compression of the median nerve (a major nerve in our body) as it passes through the carpal tunnel at the wrist, causing wrist pain (Rattray & Ludwig). To distinguish CTS as a compartment syndrome rather than a […]

Tips to Prevent Back & Neck Pain in the Workplace

Improper Desk Ergonomics Can Strain Your Back and Neck Thornhill Chiropractor, Dr. Richard Collis, gives important tips for preventing neck & back strain due to improper desk ergonomics: ♦          Sit back in your chair so that the small of your back is touching the back of the chair ♦          Push yourself and your […]

Asthma and Physiotherapy

September 12, 2014 General
Asthma and Physiotherapy

Asthma is a most common respiratory chronic disease and involves 24 million persons in the United States. It is a chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Asthma is characterized by narrowing of bronchial airways, reversible expiratory airflow obstruction, and spasm of the respiratory tract. Asthma can severely affect a person’s quality of life and physical activity. […]

Can a physiotherapist help a patient with Parkinson’s disease

Parkinson’s disease is a degenerative neurological condition that usually manifests itself in movement difficulties that worsen with time. Typical indications and symptoms of Parkinson’s disease include: Shakes Tremors Loss of facial expression Impaired balance Stiffness Degraded posture Slowed movement Impaired balance Many high-profile celebrities such as Michael J. Fox and Mohammad Ali are affected by […]

Chiropractic at home

When you hear the term “Swedish massage,” you might think that someone’s talking about a new, exotic, unfamiliar massage therapy treatment. They aren’t. In fact, they’re talking about the most common type of massage therapy out there—Swedish massage is the same as classic massage. But that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t be excited when you […]

What is Meniere’s disease?

Persistent dizzy spells make you sick and miserable and can disrupt basic daily functions. Even chores and errands are hard to complete when the world won’t stop spinning. Long-term solutions to dizziness can and should be discussed with a doctor, but if you’re suddenly hit with a dizzy spell, you can take several steps in […]

Orthotics, do I need them for flat feet?

Even the most common of callouses can become life threatening for a diabetic. Avoid major problems by keeping an eye out for diabetic complications. Here are the big issues to watch for. Neuropathy There are many reasons diabetics have to take special precautions with their feet. Reason number one is neuropathy. Neuropathy is nerve damage […]

Health Benefits of Acupuncture

In times of pain and sickness, patients typically turn to the traditional route: visit the doctor and get a prescription. However, many people are finding that this method fails to completely relieve their pain. They then turn to less conventional methods—like acupuncture—to seek additional relief. Acupuncture stands out among non-traditional treatments because it has been […]

Physiotherapy: How it Helps Your Heart

Physiotherapy and Heart Health The impact of heart disease is significant, since it affects the quality of life. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the United States; one in every three deaths is from heart disease and stroke, equal to 2,200 deaths […]




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