Categories for Rehabilitation

What to Expect After a Knee Replacement

April 2, 2018

You may be wondering whether physical therapy after knee replacement surgery is necessary. The answer is yes, especially since it can help decrease pain and increase mobility. And because the goal is to get people back to their normal selves as soon as possible—standing, walking and bending—doctors will want their... Read More

Seek Rehabilitation in Brampton for Sports-Related Shoulder Tendonitis

December 5, 2017

Almost anyone can experience problems with muscle and joint injuries, but for athletes, these problems are even more common. Injuries that are related to overuse occur frequently in athletic contexts, and athletes of all kinds are likely to experience some kind of injury or issue related to their muscles or... Read More

How Often Should You Exercise with a Torn Meniscus?

October 10, 2017

Of all the types of knee injuries, meniscus tears are the most commonly reoccurring. If you are not familiar with the meniscus, it’s the wedge-shaped piece of cartilage in your knee that acts as a natural shock absorber. The main reason why meniscus tears cannot heal well on their own... Read More

Anterior Labral Tears of the Shoulder

September 6, 2017

Unfortunately, injuries in sports are common. Our joints, tendons and bones just can’t handle the stress that vigorous activities place on them. These injuries are even more common when playing full contact sports like soccer or football. Whether it’s due to a nasty fall or just overuse, some of the... Read More

Soccer and Anterior Cruciate Ligament Tears

August 23, 2017

Even if you’re not a fan of the sport, you have to admit that soccer players are pretty tough and brave competitors! Injuries (especially those to the leg) are commonplace on the pitch, and one of the most common on-field injuries is an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear. Continue reading... Read More

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