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Physiotherapy for New Moms

Physiotherapy for New Moms

Pregnancy can result in a variety of conditions, including urinary incontinence, back pain, reduced strength and flexibility, and much more. Here, our Nepean physiotherapists explain how physical therapy can help your body recover from health issues associated with pregnancy.

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Prevention and Treatment of Workout Injuries

Prevention and Treatment of Workout Injuries

While the phrase "no pain, no gain" may be commonly recited when it comes to the process of working out, this isn't necessarily true. While the repetitive and strenuous activity involved in most workouts may put you at risk for injury, the pain, discomfort and setback to your fitness which result can be avoided. Here, our Nepean Sports Medicine & Physiotherapy Centre physical therapists explain a few different ways of avoiding an injury in the course of your workout routine and how they can ...

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5 Common Running Injuries

5 Common Running Injuries

Running is a common athletic activity, not only as part of sports like soccer, football and baseball, but as a sport of its own. Despite how common it is, the repetitive movements and repeated impact on the ground involved with running means that there are ample opportunities for injury to occur while running. Here, our Nepean Sports Medicine & Physiotherapy Centre physiotherapists explain 5 of the most common injuries sustained while running and how to identify them.

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Physiotherapy for Neck Pain

Physiotherapy for Neck Pain

One of the most common reports of pain by our Nepean area clients is pain in the neck. Pain and discomfort in a person's neck can be caused by injuries, posture issues or health problems. Here, our Nepean Sports Medicine & Physiotherapy Centre physiotherapists walk you through some of the causes of and treatments for neck pain.

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Physiotherapy for Lower Back Pain

Physiotherapy for Lower Back Pain

Lower back pain is very common and can range from mild discomfort to debilitating. While this pain will often go away on its own, treating it is the best way to make sure it won't return in the future. Regardless of its severity, our Nepean Sports Medicine & Physiotherapy Centre physiotherapist team are here to explain how we can help you to recover from and prevent lower back pain.

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Do you have to exercise to lose weight?

Do you have to exercise to lose weight?

Do you ever wonder why your friend can lose weight on a specific diet, but when you try, you gain weight? Or maybe you feel that just thinking about food causes you to gain weight? You're not alone. Our Nepean Registered Dietitian is here to explain why weight loss can be so challenging.

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Physiotherapy for Rotator Cuff Injuries

Physiotherapy for Rotator Cuff Injuries

Your rotator cuff is a group of four muscles and tendons which stabilize your shoulder and wrap overtop of the top end of your arm. An injury to this muscle group can be extremely painful and limit your movement. However, whether you require surgery or not, our Nepean Sports Medicine & Physiotherapy Centre physiotherapists are here to explain how physical therapy can help you recover.

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Physiotherapy for Concussions

Physiotherapy for Concussions

A concussion is a form of mild traumatic brain injury caused by a blow to the face, head, or neck. A concussion can cause varied symptoms, ranging from unnoticeable to obvious. Here, our Nepean Sports Medicine & Physiotherapy Centre team of physiotherapists will walk you through the causes, symptoms and physiotherapeutic treatments for concussions.

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How to Find a Registered Physiotherapist in Ontario

How to Find a Registered Physiotherapist in Ontario

While you may know what you are looking for in a physiotherapist, the process of finding out how to find one can be a bit confusing. Here, our Nepean Sports Medicine & Physiotherapy Center staff provides a number of helpful resources for finding a registered physiotherapist in Ontario.

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5 Tips to Remember When Looking for a Physiotherapist

5 Tips to Remember When Looking for a Physiotherapist

Much like any other medical professional, physiotherapists are both responsible for your recovery and are governed by service standards. However, you may not know what to look for and what to prioritize when looking for a new physical therapist. Here, our Nepean team walks you through 5 things to look for when you're searching for a new physiotherapist. 

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