info@realignhealth.com
phone: (519) 650-1630

I am the 1:4

Posted by: realignhealth  /   Category: ReAlign Health   /   No Comments
17
Oct
2019

October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. When I first got pregnant back in 2011, I didn’t even know I wanted to be pregnant. Suddenly, I was pregnant and planning my life as a mother. I started to dream about the life I would have with my unborn child. Holidays, vacations, day-to-day life,.

Read more

The Joy of Listening

Posted by: realignhealth  /   Category: ReAlign Health   /   No Comments
08
Oct
2019

Something has changed with the advent of technology. Sure we all have a standing bill for our data usage and yes we have new found ailments like “tech-neck” and Blackberry Thumb.  But something greater is at stake here and I see it every single day. We have forgotten how to listen. Yes we hear.

Read more

Pre and post surgery recovery

Posted by: realignhealth  /   Category: ReAlign Health   /   No Comments
30
Sep
2019

Physiotherapy can help to reduce recovery times in patients that go through a surgical procedure.   This is can be achieved by patient education, prehabing (assessing and treating) pre surgery, and rehabing the area post surgery. Patient education – what to expect after surgery (pain, swelling, bruising, etc); recovery times; body anatomy; walking aids (if needed);.

Read more

Orthotics 101

Posted by: realignhealth  /   Category: adjustment / cambridge / chiropractic / health / ReAlign Health   /   No Comments
23
Sep
2019

A follow up to my video from earlier last week on orthotics.  If you have not seen it, then head on over to our blog page and have a look. We will start with a little more information on what orthotics are.  Orthotics are generally divided into 2 groups; off the shelf or kiosk types.

Read more

Backpack Safety

Posted by: realignhealth  /   Category: ReAlign Health   /   No Comments
09
Sep
2019

With the first week of school underway,  there are bound to be a few new items that will be either coming home with your child or going to school with them.  While this seems rather harmless, research shows that more than 50 percent of young people experience at least one episode of lower back.

Read more