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The Bee’s Knees

This article is going to be all about knees, not bees – but I like that saying! The knees can present with many different problems that may come from several different

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It’s all in your head

Springtime and summer have arrived, which means kids are out there playing soccer, baseball, on their skateboards and riding bikes (hopefully the adults too!). There is considerable attention in the media

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Upper Crossed Syndrome

If you happen to have read my article a few months ago about Lower Crossed Syndrome, this may be a bit familiar to you! The Upper Crossed Syndrome (UCS) is

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Physiotherapy: It’ll Move You!

Not only is May springtime in the Foothills (or it should be!), May is also National Physiotherapy Month. During the month of May, the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) aims

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Get Back In The Swing

Spring is in the air and it is time to start thinking of your summer sports and getting your body ready. You’ve heard the term “pre-training”,

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What is a Baker’s Cyst

A Baker’s cyst, also known as a popliteal cyst, was originally named after the surgeon who first described it, William Morrant Baker (1838-1896). It is not a “true” cyst, which

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What’s the BUZZ About Injections?

What happens when you are diligent in your rehabilitation program, seeing your physiotherapist, chiropractor, and massage therapist and you still have PAIN?! There are many factors to consider here, such as

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