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Glucosamine, Chondroitin supplements for Joint Pain in Downtown Winnipeg

If you work in Downtown Winnipeg, you experience the ‘hardness’ of your daily commute. It is a ‘concrete jungle’, and the impact on your feet, knees, hips and back can be felt on a daily basis. We all know someone who takes ‘vitamins’, or some kind of ‘supplement’ with the latest health benefit. I get … Continue reading

Posture, Form, Biomechanics…all important in Exercise Winnipeg to avoid injury

Winter is knocking at the door Winnipeg, back to your gym routine. You must practice the correct posture, form and biomechanics to avoid injury and the right choice in exercise. As a orthopedic physiotherapist, it is crucial to learn the biomechanics of an exercise first; otherwise injuries are eminent. Ask your trainer, yourPhysio or the … Continue reading

Even science can provide ‘stats’ on sitting in Winnipeg to prevent neck and back pain, especially those Downtown, Physiotherapy Winnipeg can educate you

No one will stand all day when they have the opportunity to sit. This is because the body works harder when standing than when sitting. However, when we at yourPhysio.com in Winnipeg review work production studies indicate that workers are more efficient when they stand to work. So how do you decide between the two? … Continue reading

Active Release, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point release therapies for back pain in Winnipeg by Physiotherapy Winnipeg

You’re back is Achy, You’re neck may be Sore, and You Have No Idea Why…It feels like muscle pain, but unlike a tight hamstring, hip flexor or shoulder that makes you yelp when you stand up, your ache isn’t triggered by a particular movement, and you can feel it in different places at various times. … Continue reading

Sitting a ‘disease in Winnipeg? Just a necessary evil of our computer driven ergonomics Downtown

Really…too many media driven articles on sitting as a disease”…since 1991, it’s been a necessary evil of our increasingly computer driven ergonomics at work, rest and play; the desktop, the laptop, the smartphone, the tablet, next? But then why are exercise plans so quick to add the situp? or bench press? or knee extension? All … Continue reading

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yourPhysio.com 25 years later…

as we move towards 25 years in the Downtown Winnipeg ExchangeDecember 27th, 2018
15 months to go.