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Arthritis Pain Relief Through Physiotherapy

Arthritis Pain Relief Through Physiotherapy

When life presents us with arthritis pain, it's easy to feel overwhelmed, especially when the pain becomes part of our routine. At New Age Physio, we're all set to show you how physiotherapy can lead you toward arthritis pain relief.  Understanding Arthritis...

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Pelvic Floor Exercises to Empower Your Body

Pelvic Floor Exercises to Empower Your Body

Pelvic floor exercises, frequently referred to as Kegels, are an essential element for sustaining total health and wellness. Such workouts aid in the fortification of weakened muscles and the relaxation of overly tense muscles. As a result, these support the pelvic...

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Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

What is pelvic floor physiotherapy?Pelvic health physiotherapists are Registered Physiotherapists who have post-graduate training in the treatment of male and female pelvic health concerns and provide rehabilitation. They are trained to perform detailed assessment of...

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Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ)

Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ)

What is TMJ?The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the joint that connects your lower jaw to your skull. You can locate this joint by palpating on both sides of your head in front of your ears. This joint allows for movements such as to open and close your jaw, enabling...

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Time to stand on your own two feet

Time to stand on your own two feet

When we talk about your feet anatomy, there is a lot more than meets the eye. This joint is one of the main stabilizing joints as well as the greatest weight bearing joint in your body, and along with your hands, have the largest number of bones in one space. To give...

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Cervicogenic Headaches

Cervicogenic Headaches

What is cervicogenic headaches?Cervicogenic headaches (CGH) is a secondary headache that occurs due to a physical or neurologic condition that originally occurred. When experiencing cervicogenic headaches you will feel pain that is referred from a direct source in the...

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Piriformis Muscle Stretch

Piriformis Muscle Stretch

What is the piriformis muscle?The piriformis muscle is a flat superficial muscle, located in the deep gluteal (buttocks) muscles. The functions that the piriformis assists with is tilting the pelvis to the side (laterally) and to the back (posteriorly) and rotating...

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This will be a shock to the system!

This will be a shock to the system!

Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT) is currently being used in clinics around the world. Although the name tends to make you turn your head in fear, the benefits of this therapy far out way the fear factor. What is shockwave therapy?Shockwave Therapy is...

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Let’s “leave” raking back behind!!!

Let’s “leave” raking back behind!!!

Fall has officially arrived which means there is lawn work to be done! The first thing people usually do is rake leaves. This activity although it can be fun for your kids, can be physically taxing on you if done improperly or hastily. Raking leaves can lead to...

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Scoliosis: Setting the record straight

Scoliosis: Setting the record straight

What is scoliosis? Scoliosis is a common spinal deformity in which the spine develops with one or more curves. A person with scoliosis will have a C- or S-shaped curve in their spine. It can appear at any age, but it often presents from the age of 10 to 12 years, or...

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Sciatica and what you need to know

Sciatica and what you need to know

What is sciatica? The sciatic nerve runs down the length of each leg. It starts from your low back and ends at the heels of your feet. This nerve serves an important function affecting the hamstrings, calf muscles, lower leg muscles and some foot muscles. Sciatica is...

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Ergonomics

Ergonomics

Given this technological age, we find ourselves spending more and more time in front of screens, whether it be desktops or laptops. Unfortunately, this has resulted in a variety of health issues that are a direct result of maintaining our bodies in a certain position...

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Active Release Therapy

Active Release Therapy

active release therapy can be used to treat neck and back pain, rotator cuff, plantar fasciitis and tennis elbow. Common benefits seen with active release therapy are decreased pain, an increase in range of motion and better functional mobility.

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Beyond dental flossing, nerve flossing

Beyond dental flossing, nerve flossing

Symptoms commonly associated with injuries including a shooting pain, numbness or weakness. If you have these nerve related symptoms, flossing may be a technique appropriate to help you reduce your symptoms and help with your recovery.

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