Blog | Paramount Physiotherapy & Sports injuries Clinic - Part 30

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The Unhappy Triad of the Knee

April 16, 2013

The Unhappy Triad of the knee, sometimes also called the “terrible triad,” refers to three common knee injuries. This includes tearing of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), medial collateral ligament (MCL), or medial meniscus. Knee trauma can result in any combination of the three, with the ACL being the most... Read More

Don’t Live With Dizziness: Try Vestibular Rehab in Brampton, ON

April 1, 2013

As time goes on and people age, there often arises a phenomenon known as vertigo, whereby people become easily dizzy, disoriented and often times unbalanced. And while vertigo and other issues may cause older persons to become disoriented quite easily, the issue has been skewing to lower and lower ages... Read More

Treating Rotator Cuff Tendinitis With Repetitive Work

March 18, 2013

For athletes in any sport, rotator cuff tendonitis can be a nagging injury that greatly affects the way they play their sport. Not only is this a very painful condition to live with, it’s also one that can become more severe over time if left untreated or undertreated. Often realized... Read More

Osgood Schlaters or Patellar Tendinitis in Teenage Athletes

February 6, 2013

Is your teen an active athlete who’s involved in a lot of running, jumping or crouching? Have they expressed discomfort in their knees or shins as a result of extensive strain on them? If so, your young athlete may have Osgood Schlaters or Patellar Tendinitis: an affliction that’s becoming more... Read More

The Role of the Gluteus Medius and Minimus in Hip Stability

January 6, 2013

A person’s hip joints and surrounding physiology represent one of the most crucial components to movement. As bipedal individuals, we rely on this area to keep us upright and moving in a way that supports the rest of our bodies. When there is an injury or discomfort in this region,... Read More