In this post, I will be sharing some of the coping mechanisms I have been using to attempt to reduce my stress and increase my overall well being!
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On today’s blog I will be discussing my very first physiotherapy assessment with Tom! Now, something you may not know is that an initial physio session usually consists of a lot of discussion and questions, rather than exercises. While key questions about past history and life are needed, my physiotherapist Tom has spoke on how taking a more inquisitive approach can be much more effective.
Anjali is a 2nd/3rd year Kinesiology student at the University of British Columbia. She is currently working a co-op term here at Westcoast SCI as a Patient Experience Specialist. She will also be working on a blog series called Anj’s Road to Recovery, where she will be focusing on her own knee injuries and working with our physiotherapists on her road to recovery!
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.
With tennis and golf season underway, tennis elbow and golfers elbow are common overuse injuries. Click read more to learn about, what these injuries are and how to treat them.
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.
A shoulder impingement is a common shoulder injury. If you experience shoulder pain, check out this post to learn more about what exactly a shoulder impingement is, and what type of exercises can help strengthen the shoulder
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!