“Flat Feet” and the Posterior Tibialis Muscle

Our base of support - the foot - is very important in contributing to our body’s overall biomechanics. Our feet provide propulsion, balance, and changes in direction among other functions1. They must participate in many static and dynamic movements. Today we will be...

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New Service Alert: Dry Needling

The Physio Team of Sarah and Hilary are excited to now offer dry needling treatments to our clients!  Dry needling is a treatment technique where a small needle, similar to those used in acupuncture, is inserted through the skin into a trigger point in a muscle....

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Diastasis Rectus Abdominus (DRA)

Have you ever heard of DRA? If you have been pregnant, it is likely a topic that you’ve heard of or learned about, or may have experienced during and after your pregnancy. Diastasis Rectus Abdominus is the stretching of the linea alba, which is the connective tissue...

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Massage Therapy for Infants and Children

Think of all the reasons you enjoy getting a massage. It’s relaxing, soothing and sometimes stimulating. The perks of infant massage are similar, but also include so much more. Massage for babies differs from massage in the adult world in that the primary focus of the...

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Upper Back Pain and Your Backpack

It’s September which means back to school! Parents and students alike are all too familiar with the first-day-of-school overfilled backpacks carrying the necessities to get your child through the school year. But have you considered the consequences these heavy...

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Spinal Manipulative Therapy: How It Works

Chiropractors and other practitioners use a technique called spinal manipulation in the treatment of neck pain, upper back pain, and lower back pain, in cases of headaches, for the improvement of shoulder function, and more. Here we will take a deeper look...

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Unresolved back pain? Try a different angle.

If you’ve experienced low back pain or tightness, you know how limiting it can be physically and mentally in your daily life. You’re not alone — it’s estimated that lower back issues may affect up to 80% of people during their lifetime, and this can happen across all...

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Athletic Massage and Triathletes

Are you an athlete who cringes at the thought of making massages a part of your regular training habits? Here is why seeking massage before your muscles seize should be part of your training plan.  I definitely cannot say massage therapy is a foreign recovery...

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Phone: (613) 362-1180
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