A physiotherapist is an important member of your child’s multidisciplinary healthcare team. A physiotherapist will work with you and your child to reduce pain; restore mobility, function, strength and flexibility and prevent unnecessary disability so they can get back to what they do best.

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6 questions I get asked while treating someone with Osteoarthritis

If you have ever been diagnosed with osteoarthritis (OA), there is a good chance someone has explained this condition to you as the “wear and tear” that occurs at a joint. As you digest your diagnosis, you may begin to feel protective of that painful joint.
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Teens feeling sting of ‘text neck’

Think your kid’s posture is starting to suffer from always looking down at a cellphone? It is…
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Backpack Safety

Many children report pain when wearing a backpack, especially when carrying heavier loads…

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Juvenile Arthritis – a patient info sheet

Although there isn't a cure for JIA, there is effective therapy. Download CPA's information sheet to learn how physiotherapy can help.