Injury Prevention for Runners

written by Physiotherapist Sarah Hull As the weather is finally warming up, I have been starting to see a lot more running injuries in the clinic. Running injuries are very common and often occur in the hip, knee and/or ankle.   During a running stride, your two feet are never in contact with the ground at the same time. That means you are always relying on single leg balance for......
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Concussion Symptoms: Women vs Men

Written by Physiotherapist Emily Czechowskyj In the recent years, there has been a lot of media attention focused on concussions and specifically concussions that occur in sports. The first thing you need to know about a concussion is that it is a type of traumatic brain injury with varying symptoms including difficulty concentrating, sleeping, listening to loud noises, viewing bright lights, mood changes, memory loss, and problems with balance or......
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The Benefits of Pediatric Sleep Consulting Services

by Sleep Consultant, Anita Patel You are tired, exhausted, drained, and ready to tap out.  Your baby is taking short naps, waking frequently throughout the night and is dependent on one or more sleep associations in order to fall asleep. If this is you, now is a good time to inquire about sleep consulting. Below are some of the benefits of hiring a Certified Pediatric Sleep Consultant: 1. Guidance: The......
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