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Tennis elbow anyone?
Posted on: February 1st, 2019 by Herbin Samarumaraj

Tennis elbow.  It’s one of the most common yet complex musculoskeletal conditions affecting the elbow.  The name might make you thing the condition is caused by playing tennis.  In actual fact, studies shows it is more common in work related activities than in tennis players. The typical symptoms are pain in the outside of the […]

What’s a Wrist Dinner Fork Deformity?
Posted on: September 24th, 2018 by Zackary Yaremko

Skiing and snowboarding can be great past times.  You get to enjoy the powder and the view of the mountains.  It doubles as great exercise and physical activity. Challenging runs and terrain aren’t without risk however.  Injuries occur all the time on the mountainside.  Most of the demand is on the musculature of the lower […]

Chiro VS Physio: The Longstanding Battle
Posted on: July 9th, 2018 by Stephanie Imeson

Patients always ask, which would be better for me: chiropractic or physiotherapy? In my experience, the best answer is usually both! Chiropractic and physiotherapy are both disciplines of manual therapy. This means that they use their hands to get joints moving, help muscles relax, and improve your overall function and well being. People don’t often […]

Dancing around pain
Posted on: April 18th, 2018 by Michelle Bibeau

Dance Injuries Interfere with your Love of Movement If you are a dancer, you know the many hours of training and dedication it takes to master this art form. You train multiple hours in a week, pushing your body to the limits and why?  Because you love dance. Dance is an expression of movement and […]

Stress incontinence; is it normal to pee when you cough?
Posted on: February 25th, 2018 by Jenna Lewis

Urinary incontinence is a condition that affects both men and women. 65% of women sitting in a doctors waiting room report some type of urinary incontinence. (Byles & Chiarelli, 2003). Yet, many people do not seek help for this type of problem. One reason people don’t seek help is that they think it is a normal part of the […]

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