Staying active during the winter is imperative to our mental and physical health. That said, a past or new winter sports injury can leave you on the sidelines. In this post, our Nepean physiotherapists discuss rehabilitation and physiotherapy options to treat and prevent these injuries.
Frigid mid-winter days may understandably have you wanting to throw on your comfiest sweats and burrow under blankets. But did you know physiotherapy can play an integral role in helping you manage pain and stay healthy this winter season? Our Nepean physical therapists explain how.
When we spend most of the day sitting at a desk then arrive home exhausted, it can take a toll on our body over time. In this post, our Nepean physical therapists explain how our physiotherapy and nutrition services can help you break the habits and health effects that a sedentary lifestyle can bring.
For people recovering from a surgical procedure, rehabilitation therapy will play an integral role in helping them regain strength and mobility. Our Nepean physical therapists explain what's involved in post-surgery rehabilitation physiotherapy and who can benefit.
Women's bodies change significantly during pregnancy and most will experience back pain, pelvic pain, urinary incontinence and other conditions. Today, our Nepean physical therapists will explain how prenatal and post-natal (postpartum) physiotherapy can help with pain prevention and recovery from childbirth.
Living with arthritis can make everyday activities feel like monumental tasks due to pain and swelling in the joints, coupled with being unable to predict when you might have a bad day. Here, our Nepean physical therapists discuss how physiotherapy can play an important role in arthritis treatment and pain management.
Physiotherapy uses specific physical methods to help restore function, movement and mobility in an area of a person's body affected by chronic pain due to injury or disease. Today, our Nepean physical therapists define chronic pain and how physiotherapy may help.
IMS - or intramuscular stimulation - is a form of 'dry needling' treatment where a physiotherapist places small, sterile acupuncture needles into the muscles of a patient in order to release tension, alleviate strains and help injury recovery. Here our Nepean physical therapists explain when IMS may be right for you.