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Frequently Asked Needling Questions - Answered

  •  June 7, 2019
  •  Nancy Littke, PT

Over the years an increasing proportion of physiotherapists have incorporated the use of needles into their practice. As with any other type of treatment, it is important that you have a good understanding of these treatment approaches, so you can make an informed decision if your physiotherapist suggests needling as a part of your treatment.

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Spotting Fake Health News and Misinformation

  •  May 2, 2019
  •  Nancy Littke, PT

The internet, and especially social media, also allows for the wide-spread and rapid dissemination of information regardless of its accuracy or the evidence behind the information provided.

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Golf: A Great Way to Get Active

  •  April 3, 2019
  •  Nancy Littke, PT

Did you know that more Canadians participate in golf than any other sport? While this means Canadians can take advantage of the health benefits associated with golf all year, more time on the course may also increase the risk for injuries associated with the sport.

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Senior’s Health: Can Exercise Improve Memory?

  •  March 7, 2019
  •  Nancy Littke, PT

Physical exercise and a more active lifestyle can help older adults maintain or improve memory, word finding and problem solving, and may even reverse some of these changes often associated with aging.

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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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