The following exert is taken from The Personal Trainer Development Centre (https://www.theptdc.com/about/). They have summarized parts of McGill's book, "The Back Mechanic"(2015)from a personal trainers point of view. They also address some common misconceptions of lo...

 

This is a change of blogging style from my usual, but thought I might update and try to encourage everyone to get out into and enjoy our beautiful snow covered country. I myself have not been on cross-country skis since the obligatory fieldtrip in grade 11 with Holy C...

January 14, 2015

Posture is an important aspect when it comes to our health. Unfortunately, in today’s busy work centered culture it is often overlooked or sacrificed to our own detriment. As chiropractors we frequently notice that a variety of spine-related disorders become recurrent...

December 11, 2014

Winter is HERE!!! 

With the arrival of our real first snow fall this winter please remember some handy tips for preventing injuries and strains when shovelling. 

1) Take your time - injuries are more likely to occur when your muscles are cold and have not been stretc...

November 27, 2014

Great news came out yesterday from the Ontario government that they will be setting up and trialing 7 long term studies to help diagnosis, treat, and prevent lower back pain. 

 

According to the Canadian Chiropractors association " low back pain affects 85 per cent of th...

November 11, 2014

OK, I can only imagine what your thinking! 

 

This is actually an article that was publish on the CBC website with regards to an actual long-term study conducted at the University of Waterloo on lower back pain and positioning during sexual activity.

 

Believe it or not in...

October 16, 2014

October 16th 2014 has been marked as World Spine Day. So what does this mean?

 

The purpose of world spine day is really to make people stop and think about what stress, strain, and pressures that they put their bodies through on a daily basis.

 

Below are some fa...

June 11, 2014

Gatorade, Powerade, MiO Sport, the list goes on and on! Oh yes what about just good old water?

From Lebron James cramping up during the NBA playoffs last week to the World Cup held in Brazil hydration will be in the news this summer to say the least. 

But what should I...

May 28, 2014

One of the most frequent questions that clients ask me when they get hurt is "Should I use ice on my injury?". As it turns out the medical literature is still not sold on the value of icing / cryotherapy on an injury. Multiple studies have consistenly failed to demonst...

May 22, 2014

I came across a great article the other day posted by "Lower Extremity Review" (orginal article link at bottom). This article goes into explaining shoe structure and also what works best for which style of feet you have.  Knowing a little more about shoe design and str...

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