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Foot Pain? Go Shopping for New Shoes

Foot Pain? Go Shopping for New Shoes
You know that delightful feeling that you get when after a long day of walking in uncomfortable shoes, you finally get the chance to take them off and step onto the soft carpeted floor? Footwear today is not only a powerful fashion statement; it is also a reflection of important social and political influences. What’s the deal with Women, Shoes and Foot Pain? It is “painfully” obvious the damage that the wrong pair of shoes can do to your feet and even you...
Posted on 2017-02-27

A Chiropodist’s 1st Reported Case of a Pokemon Go Injury

A Chiropodist’s 1st Reported Case of a Pokemon Go Injury
Today I treated my first case of a Pokemon Go related injury.  Of course, at first I thought that I was merely treating a routine ankle sprain, similar to the many, many ankle sprains and strains that I have encountered in almost 30 years of Chiropody practice.  My 26 year old, very athletic and fit patient presented at our CanadaPhysio clinic today hopping on one foot and in obvious distress.  He could barely put weight on his ankle and there was bruising and swelling around th...
Posted on 2016-07-14

What is the Difference Between Acute and Chronic Pain?

What is the Difference Between Acute and Chronic Pain?
What is the Difference Between Acute and Chronic Pain?. In clinical practice, your doctor and therapist will frequently refer to pain as either acute or chronic, but what does this really mean?  Acute Pain by definition describes a sensation that is intense and sharp in quality.  Its onset can be sudden, rapid and can quickly escalate.  Patients in acute pain are very motivated to do something about it.  It is hard to ignore acute pain and it can very easily take over your...
Posted on 2016-06-13

What Physiotherapists Can Teach you to Decrease the Likelihood of Low Back Pain

What Physiotherapists Can Teach you to Decrease the Likelihood of Low Back Pain
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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