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How Do I Know if I Need an Xray?
Posted on: April 20th, 2019 by Lindsay Walker

Did you know that in Alberta, physiotherapists who have taken the required training have the ability to request xrays, MRI, or ultrasound imaging for their clients? Often this can be helpful in determining the appropriate treatment and can help rule in or out certain conditions. How do you know if you need imaging? There are […]

Why are my knees hurting when I run?
Posted on: March 1st, 2019 by Kevin Arkko

Why are my knees hurting when I run? Do you get pain at the front of your knee when you run? Well you’re not alone but the cause of your knee pain might not be what you think. If you’ve ever experienced knee pain when running, your first thought has probably been “What’s wrong with […]

How Can Physiotherapy Help Your Athletic Performance?
Posted on: September 20th, 2018 by Bradley Green

If you’ve ever had an injury keep you away from what you love to do or from achieving your athletic goals, you’ll want to know what physiotherapy can do to help (hint:  quite a bit.  It’s kind of what we do).  Throughout my years of competing in various sports, I have learned a lot about […]

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 […]

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 […]

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