On the Blog

 

The cornerstone of physiotherapy treatment is education and exercise. We hope these blog posts provide you with additional education to complement your in-person sessions with us! 

If there are any topics we have not yet covered that you would like to know more about please let us know!

 

Preparing for Surgery: The Role of Physiotherapy Exercises in Your Journey

Preparing for Surgery: The Role of Physiotherapy Exercises in Your Journey

Are you gearing up for an upcoming surgery? Whether it’s a major procedure or a routine operation, the road to recovery begins even before you enter the operating room. One crucial aspect of this preparation is incorporating physiotherapy exercises into your pre-surgery routine. In this blog post, we’ll explore the importance of physiotherapy exercises in preparing your body for surgery and optimizing your postoperative recovery.

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Shockwave Therapy now at the clinic!

Shockwave Therapy now at the clinic!

What is Shockwave therapy? Shockwave therapy is a non-invasive treatment that involves the application of high energy acoustic pulses or sound waves that are produced by the radial shockwave therapy machine. Although this may sound similar to therapeutic ultrasound,...

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Meet Liam!

Meet Liam!

We are so thrilled to have Liam deRoon join our team! Liam is a registered kinesiologist and has already been enhancing our clients’ recovery journeys with his movement and strength assessments and active rehabilitation sessions. We are so lucky to have him with us to...

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Meet Mike!

Meet Mike!

We were so happy to welcome Mike Conway to our clinic, even if just on a part-time basis! As you can see by his credentials, Mike is an extraordinarily experienced healthcare professional and has recently become a part-time resident of the coast with his young...

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Farewell to Paul

Farewell to Paul

Yes - impossible to imagine, but Paul will be leaving the coast at the end of the month!  Paul grew up in Powell River and was inspired to become a physiotherapist after a number of sports injuries in high school. He attended McMaster University to obtain his...

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International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day

Even with the day coming to an end, now still feels like a good time to reflect on what International Women’s Day means and how the physiotherapy profession has elevated women and their communities.  International Women's Day celebrates the wide range of...

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Focus on Function

Focus on Function

Our last post touched on why focusing on pain relief and eliminating your pain can often become more of a roadblock than a roadmap. 

We hope this example is helpful to help demonstrate that when we focus on function, we help you get stronger and back to the activities you enjoy.

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