Are you over the age of 65? Here’s how physio can help you live your best life (hint: exercise is medicine).

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Male pelvic pain: The same old story – but it doesn’t have to be

If you’re a man with what feels like pain in your pelvic area, you probably feel like you’re in trouble. You have a musculoskeletal problem in an area that no one wants to touch (including you, because it reminds you too much of the dreaded prostate exam when you turn 40). But this is exactly […]
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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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What is arthritis?

We talk about arthritis all of the time but did you know that arthritis describes different types of conditions?
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The 3 D’s: Understanding Dementia, Depression, and Delirium

  When physiotherapists work with patients and their families, a treatment relationship develops.

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How “physio can help” with Alzheimer’s disease and Dementia: Gentle Persuasion Approaches to care

Since her husband passed away five years ago, 92 year-old Mrs. Jones has lived alone in her apartment. She’s recently noticed that her walk is a little unsteady. Her daughter is concerned that Mrs. Jones is becoming more forgetful.  

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