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If you are pregnant, you are probably going through one of the most joyous and physically trying periods of your life. Aside from adapting to your new shape and increasingly limited mobility, you might also be prone to experiencing excruciating sciatica pain. Consider yourself fortunate if you have evaded this type of agonizing, shooting pain up to now. But what can you do if pregnancy causes compression of your sciatic nerve and you are advised to stay away from anti-inflammat...
Posted on 2017-02-14
Many patients are curious about the differences between a Physiotherapist (PT), also commonly referred to as a Physical Therapist and that of an Occupational Therapist (OT).  Both are well educated and essential health care providers practising in the field of rehabilitative medicine.  While they have many overlapping similarities they are primarily distinguished from one another by differences having to do with each profession’s focus of intervention and care.  In reality...
Posted on 2016-08-23
How New Motor Vehicle Insurance Rules Affect Your Rehabilitation Clinic Treatment. This June changes to Ontario Insurance rules will affect the type of treatment that you will receive following a motor vehicle accident unless you take a closer look at the coverage limits that you will be offered at the time of your annual policy renewal.  In the past, if you were injured in a car accident and required Physiotherapy or other rehabilitation services to get you back on your feet, all you had...
Posted on 2016-05-20
Physiotherapists provide many different types of effective treatment for low back pain but they also provide their patients with plenty of education on how to avoid or minimize this type of injury.  Sometimes low back pain is cause by a single injury or incident, but most often it is caused or exacerbated by a long list of repetitive strains and aggravating positions and movements.  CanadaPhysio physiotherapists spend time with patients teaching proper posture, position and movements...
Posted on 2016-03-30

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