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Cancer: Survive and Thrive

  •  February 6, 2019

Although, cancer remains the leading cause of death in Canada, advances in earlier detection and screening, as well as new, more effective treatment, mean that more people are surviving cancer than ever before. The five-year cancer survival rate has improved to 60% today with some cancers having much better five-year survival rates. This should be a good news story, but how good this news is depends on what survival looks like. Unfortunately, many survivors are left with lifelong impairments because of their cancer treatment. Common problems include fatigue, memory problems, pain, muscle wasting, and changes to the heart, lungs and bones.

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Falls Are Not a Normal Part of Aging

  •  December 21, 2018
  •  Nancy Littke, PT

As we get older it is easy to put issues with mobility or health down to simply being a “normal part of aging” and feel that nothing can be done to change the inevitable. However, though the risk of falling does increase with age for a variety of reasons, falling is NOT a normal part of aging.

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Are you Sedentary?

  •  December 5, 2018
  •  Nancy Littke, PT

We've all spent a day on the couch at some point or another. And we've all parked ourselves in front of the TV after work without a second thought. But when does all that time on the couch become a problem? Add that to the time you spend sitting at work or commuting and you may find that you've become sedentary, a lifestyle that may come with a variety of health risks.

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6 COPD Myths: BUSTED

  •  November 6, 2018
  •  Nancy Littke, PT

There’s plenty of misinformation out there regarding COPD: What it is or isn’t, can it be cured and how to manage it. Understanding the facts will help people living with COPD and their families better manage the condition and maintain an active lifestyle.

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Ski Season is Coming: Will You be Ready?

  •  October 3, 2018
  •  Nancy Littke, PT

Are you ready to hit the slopes? Now is the time to start getting into shape so you can get the most out of the season and prevent injuries.

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