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13
Nov
2019

Chronic Disease

Approximately 50% of all Canadians are living with at least one chronic health condition. Many of these patients are receiving team-based primary health care, where they can benefit from accessing a wide range of providers, including physiotherapists, for management and prevention of future health problems.

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04
Nov
2019

Headaches v. Migraines

Headaches are typically of shorter duration and have less severe symptoms; although you may not feel like that at the moment.  A pounding, throbbing, aching, and tenderness to the head region are common complaints with this variety. There are many different causes from diet, stress, environments, and activity level.

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21
Oct
2019

Injuries

Injury, PhysiotherapyBodily injuries occur for us all and for the most part they can go away on their own.  Sometimes the body needs help to heal itself, which is where some education into why they are not healing to the full extent can help.

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17
Oct
2019

I am the 1:4

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, it all seemed like a magical gift I didn’t even know I wanted. I was 12-weeks pregnant and on vacation in New York City when I started to bleed. I tried to tell myself it was normal, a bit of bleeding in pregnancy can be normal and to stop worrying.  I knew deep down something was not right, but I tried to keep a smile on my face and have a good time. I was in New York City, I mean, I had to have a good time.

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08
Oct
2019

The Joy of Listening

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 things, we hear all sorts of things. We hear someone’s phone ping with a new message, we hear different phone rings, Facebook alerts, and whatever is playing in our Airbuds.  But do we hear the people that are speaking to us, in person? Do we hear their cries for change, for help, for a friend?

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