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Low Back Pain

LOW BACK PAIN by Edward Tonus, RMT Do you ever wake up in the morning and say “Oh, my aching back!” You think back and wonder how did I get into this predicament. All you know is that you have a sharp, shooting pain radiating down one side and cannot move. Any type of movement

Do You Have PC Posture

Do You Have PC Posture? When computers first arrived (IBM introduced the home computer in 1981), they were supposed to allow us to have more leisure time –let’s all laugh at the same time. HA HA! With the advent of computer technology and the increased expectation in productivity, there were more health-related problems associated with

TAKE PHOTOS

TAKE PHOTOS As the construction along Kingston Road comes to a completion (at least in our area), it makes me think back to my days/years in construction. I’ve worked in: Concrete –forms, pouring, mixing etc. Asphalt –laying down, tamping etc. Bricks –courses, mortar, mixing Others areas –jackhammer, labourer etc. Sadly, I have the injuries to

LEARN 2 RUN

LEARN 2 RUN I have taken up running again after a very long hiatus. I joined the Running Room (http://www.runningroom.com/hm/) so I can learn properly. I signed up at the Running Room, Beaches location on Monday evenings and so far I’ve confirmed that I’m badly out of shape, with no stamina. It is my vain

Oh, My Aching Back!

Oh, My Aching… Back A 2003 survey of back pain found that as many as 80% of the population will experience a back problem at some time in their life. Back pain is one of the most common reasons for missed work.  Seemingly odd questions (ie. your sleeping posture) tell me whether your low back

OUCH!

OUCH! During these past few months Kingston Road (from Main Street to Victoria Park Avenue) is a construction zone. In 2012, they will be ripping up the street to replace the water mains. In 2013, they will repeat the process and replace the TTC tracks. You would think they would coordinate the work and do

More Questions Lead To Better Results

In my attempts at educating patients, I look at their postural habits which they present. I address their questions and concerns, as I try to resolve their problem as it relates to their pain and discomfort. Beyond the medical intake form, my questions include but are not limited to: What position do you sleep in?

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