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How Hip Weakness Can Cause Additional Issues

February 20, 2020

Are you suffering from pain in your hips? Your hip flexors could be unusually tight, and if the pain persists no matter how much you stretch, it might be time for physiotherapy intervention. If you’re an athlete, hip flexor weakness in Brampton can seriously affect your performance by interfering with... Read More

Manual Therapy for Pain Relief

February 5, 2020

Manual therapy is the practice of using hand movements on a person’s body in order to help relieve them of pain, whether that’s from gentle tissue manipulation, increasing joint mobility or reducing swelling or inflammation, among other effects. Manual therapy in Brampton has been shown to be effective in addressing... Read More

What Are Tension Headaches and How Can Physiotherapy Help?

January 22, 2020

Tension headaches are the most common form of headaches, as they affect about 80 percent of the population. They’re characterized by tension in the neck and shoulder muscles as well as the muscles in the back of the head, and many people often report pressure behind the eyes. While there’s... Read More

Reasons to Consider Physiotherapy for Whiplash After Suffering a Concussion

January 2, 2020

Whiplash is a common injury in both sports and automobile accidents, and the pain can come on suddenly. Left untreated, whiplash can have a debilitating effect on your physical (and consequently your mental) health. Studies have shown that patients who seek whiplash physiotherapy treatment in Brampton immediately after experiencing the... Read More

Baseline Concussion Testing: Why All Athletes Should Get One

December 19, 2019

Concussions are traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) that result in a number of symptoms, including headache and loss of consciousness. They interfere with the brain’s normal function, which can have an effect on sleep patterns, memory, coordination, judgment, reflexes and balance. While they’re usually classified as “mild” TBIs, concussions can have... Read More