Muscle and Joint Blog

31st
May

Exercise Your Arthritic Joints!

One of the most common misconceptions I encounter at the clinic is the idea that exercising arthritic joints is harmful. This may be true for severely arthritic and injured joints, but for the majority of people, this is not the case. A new draft guideline by the National Health Service in the UK is encouraging…

29th
Apr

Garden Pain Free!

Gardening is a great way for you to stay active and have fun in the sun. Unfortunately, many Ontarians sustain gardening injuries that can be easily prevented with a little know-how. In fact, today I had a patient complaining of low back after lifting ten bags of soil from his car to the backyard!  If…

29th
Apr

How To Choose The Best Shoes

When it comes to everyday shoes, many of us don’t put much thought into the pair we grab from the closet. However, our everyday shoes often end up being the ones we spend the most time in. Whether it’s running errands, taking the dog for a quick walk around the block, or heading to the…

29th
Apr

8 Popular Types Of Massage

Swedish massage is only the beginning. Get to know the world of massage therapy options and choose the best one for you. So your muscles are tense and you’re ready for a massage. But the tick boxes on the spa’s website seem endless. Swedish or deep tissue? Eastern-style or Western-style?  Get to know the different…

31st
Mar

Seven Reasons To Stay Active

For many of us, reducing the spread of COVID-19 has meant long periods of isolation at home. This pandemic has disrupted our routines, shoving exercise to the bottom of our to-do lists. But chiropractors know that keeping your body moving is important. As spine, muscle, and nervous system experts, they have shared a few important…

31st
Mar

Are Your Children Active Enough?

Three different types of activities recommended by the Physical Activity Guidelines of Canada Do you ever question whether or not your children are meeting the minimum recommended level of activity? It’s easy for children to get distracted by all the technology they have at their fingertips, and sometimes they can too hastily dismiss the idea…

31st
Mar

Chiropractic For Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow is a misleading name for a common injury. Despite the name, tennis elbow is not just a concern for Serena Williams or Roger Federer. While tennis players can be affected by this problem, it also affects baseball players, swimmers, carpenters, plumbers, meat cutters, or anyone who repeats an arm motion over and over….

31st
Mar

Why Do Legs Cramp?

If you’ve ever experienced a sharp, stabbing like pain in your calf, then you have probably experienced a leg cramp. Leg cramps can occur at anytime during the day or night, and they can occur at any age. Although painful, they are usually not a serious health condition.  Leg cramps occur when the muscles of…

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