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November 7, 2022

Did you know that in the Finnish language, there is at least 13 different words to describe snow? “Lumi” is the general word for snow but soft, dry, newly fallen snow is called “viti” and moist snow that is suitable for making a snowman is called “nuoska.” Depending on the water content, really wet snow […]

July 5, 2022

Golf is a game of love and hate. One hole you’re on top of the world and then the next you’re asking yourself why did I buy these clubs, why did I drive 45 minutes to this place, why did I pay the expensive course fees to ruin my Saturday afternoon?  Hi! I’m Nick MacLeod. I […]

March 3, 2022

By far, the 2 most common conditions we see at our Clinic is low back pain followed closely by shoulder pain. For our March blog, Danielle Bles discusses a common condition that affects shoulders called Frozen Shoulder. What is it and what can be done to treat this painful condition?  Read on!  Frozen shoulder or […]

April 12, 2021

As Physiotherapists, we are often asked what injury or condition is the most difficult to treat. Our answer is “all of them.” Every condition, injury and area of the body presents its unique challenges and difficulties. It is part of what makes our careers so interesting and rewarding. Every person is different and unique and […]

November 4, 2020

Each winter, our Clinic will see our fair share of shoulder, neck and low back injuries caused by snow shovelling. Snow shovelling, especially during wet and heavy snow falls, produce physiological demands similar to high intensity workouts. One study showed that shoveling a 15 meter pathway of a snow depth of 10 cm of wet […]

June 27, 2017

Definitions:  Tendinosis:  Non-inflammatory changes to the structure or composition of a tendon. These changes often result from repetitive micro-traumas or failure of the tissue to heal following a tendon injury.  Or it can be a normal finding of a tendon that has responded to repeated loads over a period of time.  Tendinosis may or may […]

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