GUEST BLOG! Coping with the Stress of COVID 19 By Sarah Dale, MSc., RP Individual, Couple, and Sex Therapist East Toronto Therapy The COVID-19 pandemic has caused significant disruption to [...]
TIPS FOR WORKING FROM HOME: How you use your computer can be a major cause of back, neck, and shoulder pain. In times where a lot of us are [...]
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Big Toe Mobility The feet are the foundation of the body that stabilize and mobilize from the ground up. Each foot has 28 bones comprising a total of 30 joint [...]
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COVID- 19 Protocol We are open for patients with urgent needs and requiring acute care, as per Toronto Public Health guidelines, the Ontario Government and the College of Physiotherapists. Contact [...]
Five Common Physiotherapy Questions, Answered by Physiotherapist, Jennifer Harvey. As an orthopedic physiotherapist, there are common questions I get from patients. They are all great questions, and because of the [...]
Core strength and back pain What is the core? The “core” refers to the group of muscles around the trunk that help stabilize and move the trunk. It is actually [...]
Physiotherapy across Canada. Ontario to Yukon I have been a registered physiotherapist for 7 years, and I have spent my entire “life as a physio” in Toronto, Ontario. I attended [...]
Winter is here- stay injury free! With winter comes fun activities including skating and skiing. Winter can also bring on cold temperatures that bring snow and ice, making shovelling driveways [...]
Lymphedema - Reduction Phase: Making it work with limited time & limited budget The reduction phase of treatment, the process of reducing the size of the area affected, is an [...]