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Physiotherapy for Rotator Cuff Injuries

  •  September 5, 2017
  •  By: Leanne Loranger, PT

When one of the muscles of the rotator cuff is injured, it can affect the function of the entire rotator cuff and result in shoulder pain. Physiotherapists provide treatment to address pain, improve flexibility, and gradually progress exercises.

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What is Cupping and Does it Work?

  •  August 1, 2017
  •  By: Leanne Loranger, PT

Cupping, the treatment used by professional athletes and Olympians, is gaining popularity. But what exactly is cupping and does it even work?

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Low-Impact Exercise

  •  June 30, 2017

It’s easy to become intimidated by the world of fitness. The best exercise is the one that you will do, so if some of the “intense” activities you see on TV or done by a friend aren’t for you, low-impact exercise may be the answer.

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9 Concussion Myths, BUSTED

  •  June 7, 2017
  •  Leanne Loranger, PT

Concussions have been making headlines for years. This attention has led to positive changes in attitudes about concussions and improvements in how concussions are managed, but when it comes to the facts, there’s a lot of confusion and misinformation.

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7 Exercise + Pregnancy Myths, BUSTED

  •  May 2, 2017
  •  Leanne Loranger, PT

With many conflicting priorities and much to get done before baby’s arrival it is easy to understand how exercise may fall to the wayside, even among women who were regular exercisers before becoming pregnant. There’s also the common idea that pregnancy is a time for women to “put their feet up and take things easy.”

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