Taping is a common modality used by many physiotherapists. Check out this article to read more about different taping techniques, and how it helps injury recovery.
Physiotherapy Blog Posts
Your shoulder joint does not act in isolation to create movement in your arm. The muscles of your shoulder and scapula ( shoulder blade ) act together to create all movements of the arm.
Often the importance of strengthening the muscles controlling the shoulder blade is forgotten. Having a strong, stable, and well moving scapula is important for all baseball, basketball, swimming, overhead lifting or any sport involving the arm.
Text neck, is an overuse injury caused by repetitively looking down at a cellphone or other device, that places excessive strain on the neck. Read more below to learn how this often the cause of neck, shoulder and upper back pain and how you can correct it.
A lack of thoracic (upper back) mobility can lead to neck, low back and shoulder pain, especially in office workers with sedentary jobs. Check out this article to learn more about why thoracic mobility is important and how to improve it.
Sitting all day is detrimental to your health, check out this article on how to get moving at work and the advantages of Sit/Stand desks
Many people who receive the diagnosis of a herniated disk worry how it will effect their ability to exercise or remain active. In the article below we will discuss what exactly is a herniated disk, what are the treatment options and how you can best remain active with a herniated disk.
This article explains the function of different parts of your spine as well what are different spinal curve disorders and how exercise is important in the management of spinal curve disorders. Click to read more!
Check out this article to learn more about why exercise is crucial for the management of lower back pain.
This article discusses chronic low back pain and why core strengthening is important in the treatment of chronic low back pain. Click below to read more!