If you play and throwing sports or lift weights overhead shoulder mobility is extremely important. Check out this post on some tips for how to improve overhead shoulder mobility and why it is important.
sport Blog Posts
What is Knee Osteoarthritis? (Causes and Symptoms)
This article explains what exactly is knee osteoarthritis, the causes, symptoms and how knee osteoarthritis can be managed.
Soleus, the forgotten muscle for runners
The soleus muscle of the calf is often called the forgotten muscle for runners. It can be a common cause of calf pain and muscle stiffness. Check out this article to read more about the importance of this muscle for runners.
10 Tips for Running Injury Prevention
As the weather is getting nice, more athletes are starting to run again. Check out this post for ten quick tips for runners on how to prevent running injuries.
What is our Individualized Running Assessment Service? (Why Would I need One?)
Now that running season is kicking off, check out this post to learn more about our individual running assessment. If you want to start running, or learn to run better, check it out!
9 Stages for Returning to Sport after a Concussion
Concussion are complex injuries that require specific and individualized treatment plans. This article overviews the important steps each athlete must take when returning to sport safety after a concussion.
Runner’s Knee: What Causes It and How To Treat It
Patellofemoral syndrome is a broad term to describe pain around the anterior patella (kneecap) where your patella meets with your thigh bone (femur). Read more, to learn about the causes, symptoms and treatment of patellofemoral syndrome
What is Tennis Elbow? (Lateral Epicondylitis)
Tennis Elbow or Lateral Epicondylitis is a common overuse injury in adults age 30-50, click read more to learn about this injury and how we can help here at WestcoastSCI
Cool Down Exercises for Skiing and Snowboarding
Proper post-skiing cool down exercises are essential but often neglected. Take a look at these easy stretches recommended by our physiotherapists and kinesiologists.