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Tennis Elbow more common in those who do not play racquet sports…Downtown Winnipeg computer users get Laser or ShockWave therapy today!

Q: My doctor says my elbow pain is due to tennis elbow. But I don’t play tennis. Could you explain how this has come about and what I can do about it? A: “Tennis elbow” is a common term for a condition doctors call lateral epicondylitis. It’s caused by inflammation of the tendon that connects … Continue reading

Redeem this iPhone Pass in Passbook or Google Wallet for next day physiotherapy service in Winnipeg

yourPhysio Pass Walking via the indoor walkway, through Winnipeg Square, under the Portage & Main Concourse, into TD Centre (201 Portage), keep going through the Exchange District Parkade, up to ground level Albert Street…and you’ve stayed warm, indoors to my door! Download this iPhone Pass to your Passbook app or to Google Wallet; please bring … Continue reading

Seasonal Back Pain during Golf? Physiotherapy Winnipeg yourPhysio.com

Again? that seasonal back pain is back…and consecutive golf games are impossible, not to mention your regular league match at any of the golf courses in Winnipeg. One likely culprit; your hip flexors! Yeah, those muscles that lift your knee towards your chest are connected to your back, specifically your lower lumbar spine and pelvis. … Continue reading

Canada’s Growing Demand for Ergonomics in Kitchens…for Aging in Winnipeg Place, for the disabled and the post Surgical

As the first Boomers move into their later 60’s, their growing demand for services, for activity and for health has spurred the demand for ergonomics in kitchen design. Aging in place is a term used to describe a person living in the residence of their choice, for as long as they are able, as they … Continue reading

Consider your back, shoulders, hips when buying your next mattress Winnipeg…some tips from yourPhysio

Many people complain of back pain soon after they get out of the bed. Whether it be a combination of tight muscles, stiff joints or general aches, this is a common complaint at any age in Winnipeg. Although, many fail to sense the link between the back pain and the bedding that they use, research … Continue reading

Post-Operation? Surgery? into Rehab yet Winnipeg? need yourPhysio asap…

Joints just say no. Muscles grow weak.   We all know the body’s ability to do the mind’s bidding often falters later in life. But the effects of age on function can be especially unforgiving when you’re hospitalized. Knee replacements, hip replacement, arthritis, rotator cuff, spinal fusions, laminectomies, osteotomies…all common surgical procedures happening in Winnipeg … Continue reading

Whether you sit at a computer, shovel snow, lift sandbags or play hockey in Winnipeg, your back pain is probably the result of tight hip flexors

yourPhysio anatomy lesson first; your hip flexors are the dominant muscle in the ‘knee to chest’ action. Anatomically known as your; Iliacus, Psoas Major and Minor, and your Quadratus Lumborum, these muscles are attached to your hip, to your lower back and your pelvis. Consequently, when overused or tight they can reconfigure your lumbar spine, … Continue reading

Core training not just for your abs, improve your sitting posture, prevent back pain by Physiotherapy Winnipeg

We’ve all heard physios, chiros, docs and fitness experts claim that core training is important for overall fitness and health. Health clubs offer core training exercise groups and physiotherapists recommend it for those recovering from spinal injury. Your core is the collection of muscles that stabilize the spine, this includes the hips, pelvis, abdominals, lower … Continue reading

How people choose a Physio, a Doctor, a Chiro, in Winnipeg…for back pain, for health advice, for whiplash

Thanks again to my fellow members at the Winnipeg Executives Association, for the positive feedback and referrals following my 2012 Business Profile presentation; How do you choose your Healthcare Providers? Based on the US pre-election survey by INC magazine… In reverse order of importance, the top five were: #5 a great Receptionist. Oooops, if you … Continue reading

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yourPhysio.com 25 years later…

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