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Open Water Swimming Tips You Need To Learn Now

Open Water Swimming Tips You Need To Learn Now

Monday, November 23, 2020

Whether you’re training for a triathlon or you simply love to swim out in open waters, this type of swimming is extremely different than what you might be used to in the pool. Varying weather conditions, murky water, and the physically demanding challenges of open water swimming calls for a whole new way of training. ..

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What is early intervention occupational therapy?

What is early intervention occupational therapy?

Friday, November 20, 2020

Raising a child is difficult on its own. Add on any developmental or physical disabilities and some parents may not know where to even begin. The good news is that experts are here to help, even at the earliest stages of your child’s development.  ..

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The Link Between Osteoporosis and Exercise

The Link Between Osteoporosis and Exercise

Wednesday, November 18, 2020

It’s Exercise Right for Doctors Week! We want to spread the simple message that Movement is Medicine: exercise is the best, cheapest, and most accessible medicine available and it can improve chronic disease mortality rates, not to mention quality of life. As an Exercise Physiologist, I’m so passionate about getting the message out about the link between Osteoporosis and Exercise. ..

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How to Motivate Yourself to Exercise at Home?

How to Motivate Yourself to Exercise at Home?

Wednesday, November 18, 2020

It happens to the best of us.  ..

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What is adaptive equipment for Occupational Therapy?

What is adaptive equipment for Occupational Therapy?

Monday, November 16, 2020

Occupational therapy is essential for those dealing with a chronic condition, an injury that leaves them disabled, and especially for the ageing population that’s beginning to lose a bit of their autonomy and independence around the house and at work. ..

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Abdominal Separation in Pregnancy + Post-Partum | PART ONE

Abdominal Separation in Pregnancy + Post-Partum | PART ONE

Friday, November 13, 2020

As a Women’s Health Physiotherapist, one of the most common concerns I hear from mums and pregnant women is how to reduce the risk of developing abdominal separation or how to recover from it. In this Part 1 article, you’ll find out what is “normal” and “not-normal” abdominal separation, the risks of leaving it untreated, what to avoid to reduce the risk of getting it, and how to resolve it. ..

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Is Physiotherapy covered by Medicare? Your complete guide

Is Physiotherapy covered by Medicare? Your complete guide

Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Understanding what’s covered by Medicare and what’s not can be complicated. Not to mention, figuring out which allied health services like physiotherapy are covered by Medicare can become even more of a headache. ..

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Achilles Tendonitis | A Runner and Athletes Guide

Achilles Tendonitis | A Runner and Athletes Guide

Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Named after the infamous Greek myth about Achilles and his heel, the Achilles tendon is located between our heel and calf. It’s the largest and strongest tendon in our entire body and it’s rather prone to injury, especially among runners. ..

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Surfing with Back Pain is Your Worst Enemy: 7 Ways to Defeat It

Surfing with Back Pain is Your Worst Enemy: 7 Ways to Defeat It

Thursday, October 22, 2020

Summer is on the horizon and some of us are itching to get back on our boards and into the waves. If you’re a surfer, however, you’ve probably experienced a fair bit of back pain as a result. It can certainly put a damper on things, especially if it prevents you from surfing as much as you’d like.  ..

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The Role of an Occupational Therapist in Hand Therapy

The Role of an Occupational Therapist in Hand Therapy

Wednesday, October 14, 2020

We use our hands for almost everything. From cooking and cleaning to typing and washing our faces, our hands are some of our greatest tools and it’s often not until they become injured or otherwise incapacitated that we really notice how much we use them.  ..

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