Regular Chiropractic Care Can Help with Menstrual Cramps!

Menstrual pain can be a pain in the butt and a pain in the back. This has come to be known as normal monthly pain for women and we just deal with it. However, sometimes this pain is so debilitating we don’t leave the couch, we curl up with a blanket, eat ice cream and...

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So, you’re NOT 30 anymore…

As a Physiotherapist, here is my advice to all of you who wish you were 30 again:    THERE IS NO GOOD REASON TO CONTINUE TO PUT UP WITH YOUR PAIN OR LOSS IN MOBILITY.  Thousands of research articles will back me up when I say that the majority of people dealing with...

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How can a Doctor of Chiropractic Help You?

Doctors of Chiropractic are alternative health care providers providing treatment to musculoskeletal conditions of the body using a drug-free hands-on approach. Chiropractors focus on improving pain, range of motion, function and mobility throughout the human body by...

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Painful Periods – Signs of Endometriosis?

It is NOT normal to have painful periods especially when that pain interferes with a woman's normal daily function.  Endometriosis is when endometrial tissues grow outside of the uterus.  It most often involves your ovaries, fallopian tubes, and pelvic tissues, but it...

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GLA:D – Exercise for Knee and Hip Osteoarthritis

GLA:D™ Canada Good Life with OsteoArthritis from Denmark (GLA:D®) is a program to help ease the pain and the physical limitations faced by those living with hip and knee osteoarthritis (OA).  Developed and clinically tested in Denmark since 2012, GLA:D® is an...

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Pain

Pain is an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience with actual or potential tissue damage. This definition of pain gives us HOPE.  There doesn’t have to be damage to have pain and some people have significant “damage” eg. Arthritis or disc herniation, but...

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Can you identify your ingrown toenail culprit?

  For such a seemingly little thing, the pain from an ingrown toenail can be unbearable.   The simple act of putting on a sock, or even the weight of your bed sheet can make you cringe in agony. Infection also typically goes hand-in-hand with ingrown toenails,...

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