Posts Tagged ‘pain’

Sports Massage

With the weather finally here, we can get out there and enjoy ourselves without the prospect of injury. Here are some strategies to prevent an injury from becoming debilitating. RULES: 1. Know how the injury happened. Check skills and movement pattern, frequency of injury of the specific joint 2. Prompt care is necessary otherwise long

E-Sports

There was an excellent article in The Toronto Star on April 13, 2019 on the possible injuries that an e-sport could sustain while learning their craft. https://www.thestar.com/life/health_wellness/2019/04/12/esports-take-a-physical-toll-as-gamer-culture-evolves.html Don’t laugh like I initially did, but the players sustain injuries like other athletes to the point that they have to retire early because of the pain. Gamers,

Thumb Pain solution

Our society was supposed to have more leisure time with the advent of computers, but all they have done is make us work harder AND get muscle pains that we never thought possible. From text neck, neck pain, shoulder pain (all with blogs for a later day) we discover new ways to hurt ourselves. Just

Spring Is Coming

Despite what the groundhogs say, Spring Is Coming. This may be a little premature, but the worst of winter is finally behind us and we can all start making our springtime plans. Whether you are just getting out of hibernation, or actively seeking better health we can make a difference in your lifestyle. We have

Partner Massage

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner (especially since I’m writing this on a cold winter’s day), I thought I would deviate just a little bit to give you some tips on creating a treat for you and your partner. 1. start on the lower legs, ankle and feet Using both hands, glide your hands

Impatient Patient

I am an Impatient Patient. We treat all sorts of people, who become patients of the clinic. Whether they are coming in for therapy, relaxation, stress relief, acupuncture, or skin care we have the experience and caring practitioners who can give good quality care. As I sit here (off-site) with my leg propped up resting

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

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