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If you have been to our clinic recently you may have noticed this colourful tape on some our patients: You may have also seen it on an athlete at the olympics: Wherever you look, it appears this colourful tape is everywhere … but what does it do? The exact mechanism on how the tape works…

Gardening is a great workout for the body. Shoveling, digging, mowing and planting involve every major muscle group of the body. Here are 5 tips to help you garden pain free this spring:   Warm up! Warm up stretches can help stretch and loosen tight muscles, preventing aches and pains from developing. Here are some…

On March 31st, 2011 we opened our doors to the community with humble beginnings. Today we are proud to be a member of your community helping to ease pain and improve the quality of life to all our patients. We would like to say thank you as we mark our fifth anniversary working in the…

23 Mar, 2016 | Dr. Malik | No Comments

Headaches

Headaches are a very common health concern, affecting nearly 50% of the population in year. Many patients that we see suffer from chronic headaches that affect their quality of life. To help better understand headaches, we will be featuring the types of headaches, and remedies to help better manage them. This month we will be…

Spring is finally (somewhat) here! It is that time of year when you lace up your runners and head out for that brisk walk or run around the block. But before you do, you might want to ask yourself are you a pronator? The easier way to tell if you are a pronator is to…

Iwona is a graduate of Canadian College of Massage Therapy. She has spent multiple years in the health field working as a Physiotherapist Assistamt and Occupational Therapist Assistant. She specializes in implementing a variety of relaxation techniques, hydrotherapy,trigger point therapy and deep tissue techniques to release muscle tissue. Iwona strongly believes in massage as a…

Nearly 73% of Canadians takes some form of natural supplements. Among the many supplements that are taken1 each year, one of the most important  is Vitamin D. Vitamin D is well known as an essential nutrient for bone and joint health. People who are deficient in Vitamin D can suffer from serious bone and joint…

Has anyone ever told you, “Stand up straight!” or scolded you for slouching at a family dinner? Comments like that might be annoying but they’re not wrong. Your posture is the foundation for every movement your body makes and can determine how well your body adapts to stressors. Murat Dalkilinç gives the pros of good…

It is a question I get asked frequently at the clinic, why do my joints pop? To understand why joints pop, we first need to review the structure of the joints. By definition a joint is where two bones connect. Between the joints there is synovial fluid. Within this fluid there are dissolved gases such…

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