Introduction to Exercise Therapy & Knee Osteoarthritis

Kneww Osteoarthritis Pain

Arthritis, Fitness, Joint Pain

Physiotherapists, like ourselves, frequently see patients with knee osteoarthritis in our clinic and are intrigued by the specific muscle impairments that are present in patients with knee osteoarthritis. It is our goal to treat pain, functional disabilities and muscle impairments associated with osteoarthritis to minimize it’s impact on  your daily lifestyle as much as possible. What’s exciting is that  these … Read More

Breathing for Health

Young Woman Enjoying a Deep Breath

Fitness, Pain Management, Physiotherapy, Rehabilitation

Written by Barbara Ward, PT Good breathing has a profound effect on our health.  Even though most people agree with this statement very few people know how breathing effects our body chemistry and that in order to breathe well it is necessary to regulate our breathing chemistry. It is quite common to “over breathe” which results in expiring too much … Read More

Clinical Pilates: from Physio to Fitness

Clinical Pilates

Clinical Pilates, Fitness, Rehabilitation

Written by Megan Jenkinson, PT Have you had the experience of successfully finishing a rehabilitation program, only to return to your previous fitness routine and find that you quickly fall into your old pain pattern again? Or maybe you’re having difficulty progressing the exercises prescribed by your physio in a way that feels safe for your body? Often the jump … Read More