Do you suffer from shoulder pain?
Shoulder injuries can happen due to a variety of reasons, including: Overuse or repetitive motions of the shoulder joint A sudden impact, such as a fall which might cause dis
How to reduce calf cramps?
Calf cramps can be caused by various factors, including dehydration, electrolyte imbalances, muscle fatigue, and poor circulation. Weak calf muscles can be more prone to cram
What is iliotibial (IT) Band?
The iliotibial (IT) band is a thick band of connective tissue that runs along the outside of the thigh, from the hip to the knee. When the IT band becomes tight or inflamed, it can
The Benefits of Foam Rolling
Foam rolling is a popular form of self-myofascial release, a technique that involves applying pressure to trigger points in the muscles to alleviate pain, increase range of motion,
Does exercising help people with scoliosis?
Scoliosis can cause the spine to twist and curve. This will cause limitation on the range of motion of the spine. Symptoms of scoliosis can include a visibly curved spine, uneven h
Are you looking for lower back pain relief?
Lower back pain can be caused by a variety of factors such as poor posture, scoliosis, herniated disc, and trauma/injury to the back. Kinesiologists are trained to assess posture,
Why see a kinesiologist for soft tissue injuries after a car accident?
It is important to seek medical care right after your car accident. Even though you might not be experiencing any immediate pain or discomfort, some injuries appear a few days or h
Benefits of Active rehabilitation
Physiotherapists and kinesiologists provide active rehabilitation exercises which are designed to help patients to recover from injury, surgery, or other physical conditions. The m
Stress Management and Physical Activity
Stress can have a significant impact on your mind and functionality in many ways: Emotional Instability: cause mood swings, irritability, and emotional instability, making it diffi
How can kinesiologists help with posture?
Kinesiologists perform an assessment of the patient’s physical function, including their range of motion, muscle strength, and posture, to determine areas of weakness or imbalanc