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10 Questions You Need Answered Before Leaving the Hospital

  •  September 6, 2019
  •  By: Nancy Littke, PT

In today’s health-care environment, hospital stays are shorter, and patients are being discharged sooner than they may expect. Discharge planning often starts at admission; however, discharges may come up suddenly. This can result in patients and their caregivers feeling overwhelmed with information and concerned about their readiness for discharge. There may be little opportunity to think of and ask questions.

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10 Tips for Staying Active on Vacation

  •  July 2, 2015
  •  Leanne Loranger, PT

With so many of us struggling to meet Canada’s Physical Activity Guidelines already, upsetting a routine by going on a vacation can make a bad situation that much worse!

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4 Common Conditions That are Highly Treatable With Physiotherapy

  •  March 9, 2020
  •  Nancy Littke, PT

Many people, old and young alike experience pain, stiffness, or balance problems that limit their daily activities or independence. While some may think these problems are typical of the aging process, no one should expect that they must simply live with limited function because they are getting older. Although a physiotherapist may not reverse the underlying condition leading to these symptoms, they can help you manage your condition and limit any loss of function you may experience.

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5 Tips for Getting the Most out of Physiotherapy

  •  May 15, 2018
  •  Leanne Loranger, PT

How can you get the most from your physiotherapy treatment? 5 tips to get great results!

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5 Tips to Start and Sustain a Physical Activity Habit

  •  January 5, 2015
  •  Leanne Loranger, PT

These days, it seems that you can’t go a day without hearing about the virtues of exercise. In fact, most chronic conditions are, at least in part, improved through regular physical activity. So why are so many of us are failing to take our daily dose?

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