6 Types of Therapy You Need After an Auto Accident | ICBC Physio Clinic

6 Types of Therapy You May Need After an Auto Accident 

Many serious types of injuries can result from ICBC motor vehicle accidents. The injuries sustained can range from mild to serious depending on the severity of the collision. In truth, many patients require physiotherapy treatment after an accident since the initial care, namely pain killers and anti-inflammatories are frequently insufficient to ensure adequate healing, range …

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Foam Rolling, is it For Me?

If you have been to a physiotherapy clinic in the last few years, then you have almost certainly witnessed, or felt first hand, the technique of foam rolling. Foam rolling is a popular technique that releases tight muscles and mobilizes the network of connective tissues. In this month’s newsletter, we discuss how foam rolling works, and how it can …

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Understanding Common Neck Injuries | Cloverdale Physio Clinic Surrey

Understanding Common Neck Injuries

It is estimated that 75% of the working population will experience neck or back pain during their career. Today we will learn how the neck works, why these injuries happen and how physiotherapy can help treat neck injuries. Understanding your neck Your neck is the upper part of your spine known as the cervical spine. It is comprised …

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Poor Posture Among Students | Cloverdale Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic

Poor Posture Among Students

Is your child guilty of carrying their school bag over one shoulder? Do they slouch over the desk while studying or sitting in class? Has your child been sleeping on their stomach with their head completely rotated to one side? If you answered ‘yes’ to any of the above your child may be paving the groundwork for future musculoskeletal problems. These …

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What is Laser Therapy?

How Does Laser Therapy Work? Laser Therapy uses light to promote healing by improving blood flow and restoring normal cell function as a means to speed up the body’s natural healing process. Laser is used in conjunction with other physiotherapy modalities such as spinal/joint mobilizations, muscle energy techniques, massage/trigger point therapy, postural education, and customized rehabilitative …

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What is an Ankle Sprain?

An ankle sprain occurs when the ligaments are stretched or torn and can vary in severity from a grade 1 sprain with a few torn fibres in the ligaments, to a grade 3 sprain where the ligament is completely torn. What Causes an Ankle Sprain?  Trauma or sudden movements, primarily twisting/turning/rolling of the foot and ankle, are …

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Exercising with Resistance Bands

What are Resistance Band Exercises? Resistance bands are strips of stretchable rubber that come in a variety of resistance levels and colours.  They are used to perform strengthening exercises for your muscles by providing resistance during the entire movement, causing your muscles to work both concentrically (while shortening) and eccentrically (while lengthening). When would I consider Resistance Band exercises? …

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5 Tips to Reduce Your Back Pain!

Back pain can strike at any time. You could experience discomfort following a strenuous workout, after doing yard work or even just from bending over to pick something up. Back pain can stop you in your tracks, making it impossible to do the things you want to do, but it doesn’t have to! Here are five tips your physiotherapist recommends …

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