Move It or Lose It: Regular Movement Improves Your Health and Happiness
I am really appreciating Dr Mike Evans’ informative videos on how movement and exercise can help us live better.
Let’s Make Our Day Harder
By Dr. Mike Evans
Why do I love it so much? Because a good majority of people I see in the clinic come in with aches and pains, not necessarily because of their sport, but because of their lack of it.
Our bodies were not meant for so little movement that our sedentary lifestyles offer. One thing I do to make myself to work a little harder is to use a heavy steel framed bike when I bike to work!
Starting with something that you already do on a daily basis, like a regular commute, can help integrate new, healthy habits into your lifestyle. How can you incorporate more movement into your daily routine?
Grace Cheung is a physiotherapist who specializes in treating musicians and performing artists. She is also a musician and plays violin, piano, guitars and is now learning the cello. Grace is co-owner of Go! Physiotherapy Sports and Wellness Centre.
The term lymphedema refers to swelling due to the abnormal accumulation of protein rich lymphatic fluid. The lymphatic system is an important part of the body’s immune system. Lymphedema occurs when the lymphatic system is deficient or damaged, altering the transport of the lymph fluid.
The Personalized Tourniquet System (PTS) for Blood Flow Restriction is licensed as a Class II medical device in Canada. This unique method of rehabilitation results in enhanced strength gains and muscle hypertrophy that can usually only be attributed to high intensity strength training…
Whether you have a sprained ankle, torn knee ligament, groin or back injury, we will help you return to play. With specific exercise prescription, hands on therapy, and modalities (such as ultrasound, laser, muscle stimulation or biofeedback) we will guide you through the early, middle and late phases of the healing and repair process.
A game of golf is a healthy activity to help you to gain and maintain your flexibility and range of motion. It’s a physical activity that includes walking, lifting and repetitive arm motions, giving you the benefits of aerobic and strengthening exercise programs.
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