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Gardening Tips For Spring

The secret to a healthy garden is a healthy gardener protecting their back. Most of the aches and pains gardeners experience can be prevented using these simple tips

Physiotherapy for Knee Pain

Physiotherapy is the most effective treatment for knee pain. Our physiotherapists are experts in the musculoskeletal field. Ouir personalized step by step programs will have you back to whatever your normal is!

Postural Neck and Back Pain

Our bodies were never designed to sit for 40 hours a week, but in this day and age it is a requirement for most jobs. When we slouch it makes it very hard for our stabilizing muscles to work optimally.

Physio for Ankle Sprains

  Physiotherapy Specialists for Ankle Sprains Ankle Sprains Treatment in Calgary   Ankle Sprains 101   Everyone has sprained an ankle at one point in their life. Whether you are an elite athlete or an

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What is Dry Needling?

What is dry needling? Physiotherapists uses a variety of treatment techniques of which dry needling is one. For those who have never heard of dry needling, it is the practice of inserting fine needles, usually

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Exercise and Dementia for Women

The relationship between exercise and dementia in women: A Swedish study of 191 women found that those with the highest fitness levels when first assessed had just a five per cent chance of developing dementia

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Shoulder Pain Physiotherapy

If you have shoulder pain and want a diagnosis of your problem with positive outcomes allowing you to do what you love, then call us at 403-282-8050!

Knee Pain Physio

Common Conditions Causing Knee Pain requiring Physio: Patello-femoral Pain Syndrome– pain in the front of the knee caused by poor tracking of the kneecap due to muscle imbalances, tight muscles, overtraining, etc.   Meniscial Tears/Injuries –

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10 Minutes High Intensity Interval Training- HIIT

What is High Intensity Interval Training- HIIT? HIIT or high intensity interval training is a combination of brief, very-high intensity bursts of cardio exercise followed by equal or longer periods of rest. Think 30 seconds to

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150 Minutes of Exercise per Week?

The Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines for adults recommend a minimum of 150 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous activity per week, but unfortunately only 20 per cent of Canadians meet this standard. In reality Canadians are falling desperately short when

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