CSA Physio Blog

Archive for the ‘Knee Pain’ Category

Common Golf Injuries and What to Do About Them!
Posted on: May 16th, 2019 by Dan Gregg

The return of Spring means the start of another golf season in Canada. The fresh air, the smell of cut grass, and the feeling of making a clutch putt is second to none. As good as the golf experience can be, it’s easily ruined by either an acute or a nagging season long injury. Golf […]

Ask the expert: Runners Knee
Posted on: September 26th, 2018 by Stephanie Dumont

Runners Knee?  What?? I’m a physiotherapist, and I recently started training for a half marathon. My training was going well until I felt a sharp pain on the outside of my left knee during a long run. I don’t remember hurting it. The pain came on suddenly. Now it only seems to hurt at the […]

Waiting for joint surgery? Stop waiting, and start rehabbing.
Posted on: September 11th, 2018 by Jeffrey Begg

Why does our system think it’s OK to wait 14 months for joint surgery? The Alberta healthcare system provides excellent and timely care for life-threatening conditions.  A sore knee or hip is considered not life-threatening, and therefore you get thrown in the queue to wait for joint surgery. What if that sore knee stops you […]

Step up…PRP Now Recommended For Osteoarthritis
Posted on: July 20th, 2018 by Lloyd Tapper

If you’re a young adult with hip or knee arthritis, you know how limited your treatment options can be. When weight management, physiotherapy and medications don’t provide relief, you may be required to wait until age 65 to qualify for a joint replacement. The time between non-surgical treatment failure and the time when patients qualify for a joint replacement is often referred to by doctors as the “treatment gap“.  Now, thanks to a new […]

Arthritic Joint Pain – Will Platelet Rich Plasma Work?
Posted on: March 7th, 2018 by Lloyd Tapper

As a specialist in ultrasound guided regenerative medicine, many of my clients have questions about platelet rich plasma therapy (PRP). Specifically, they want to know if PRP will help with their arthritic joint pain. They also want to know if PRP will help them move more easily. Put simply, the answer is yes. PRP is effective in reducing joint pain and […]

Steroid Injections – Concerns for Knee Osteoarthritis
Posted on: March 7th, 2018 by Dawn Payne

In the medical field, we have often recommended steroid injections to help patients manage arthritic knee pain. That may soon change. There is new information and research that is now being discovered. Why have steroid injections been used for knee osteoarthritis? Knee osteoarthritis can be quite painful and can limit your ability to do the […]

Knee pain with running, walking and stairs – what can be done?
Posted on: February 21st, 2018 by Jamie Werenka

Do you get knee pain in front of your knee or around your kneecap? Do you mostly notice it with activities such as running, downhill walking/hiking or stairs? My experience with knee pain This summer I found myself with intense and debilitating knee pain in very specific situations. In my day to day life, I […]

SE
South Edmonton

10947 – 23 Avenue
Edmonton , AB
T6J 7B9

Tel: 780-988-5803
Fax: 780-988-5804

Email: info@csaphysio.ca

GP
Grandin Plaza

#508 Grandin Park Plaza
22 Sir Winston Churchill Avenue
St. Albert, AB
T8N 1B4

Tel: 780-458-0255
Fax: 780-460-9796

Email: csagrandin@shaw.ca

51
51st Avenue

10393-51 Avenue
Edmonton, AB
T6H 0K4

Tel: 780-989-9789
Fax: 780-989-9788

Email: info51@csaphysio.ca

Back to top