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The No-Nonsense Guide to Controlling Inflammation

The No-Nonsense Guide to Controlling Inflammation. As physiotherapists, we work daily with patients dealing with acute and chronic injuries in which inflammation plays a role. Our bodies have an innate ability for healing and recovery. Still, sometimes excess inflammation can get in the way and slow your progress and healing. This article delves into acute …

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Why Stretching Alone Isn’t Good Enough: The Difference Between Passive Flexibility and Active Mobility

Why Stretching Alone Isn’t Good Enough: The Difference Between Passive Flexibility and Active Mobility. It is common to see people doing a few minutes of stretching before or after their physical activity of choice. Whether running, biking, working out, or a sport, most of us need to grab a foot to stretch our quads, throw …

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The Impact of Smart Phones on Neck Posture & 2 Simple Exercises to Relieve Neck Fatigue

The Impact of Smart Phones on Neck Posture & 2 Simple Exercises to Relieve Neck Fatigue. Our necks take on much stress during our lives. Whether from carrying groceries, holding our kids, carrying backpacks, or being weighed down with purses/shoulder bags. And for good measure, add in the hours staring at computer screens or hunched …

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The Best Sports for Your Child and How to Prevent Over-Training

The Best Sports for Your Child and How to Prevent Over-Training. Physical activity is imperative for the health and development of children in many ways. The Canadian physical activity guidelines suggest that youth ages 5-17 should accumulate at least 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity daily. Participating in sports is a great way …

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