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November 2017

Muscular sclerosis is a progressive neurological disease which affects the functioning of your brain and your spinal cord. It occurs due to the destruction of fatty tissues that cover the nerve fibers in your brain and your spinal cord by your immune system. Symptoms of muscular sclerosis usually occur between the age group of 15-60 and women are more prone to it than men.  Muscular sclerosis feels like an obstruction to a normal lifestyle and can make performing regular tasks difficult for patients. However, with proper physiotherapy for muscular sclerosis, the symptoms can be made manageable.  Here’s a closer look at the symptoms

Lethbridge is the largest city in southern Alberta and hence, has an abundance of healthcare facilities. However, due to an excess of these choices, it can get confusing for most to choose the right healthcare facility. This is applicable to physiotherapy clinics as well. For someone who is new to the city, choosing the best Lethbridge physiotherapy clinic can be baffling. When you seek physiotherapy services, you would definitely want the best for yourself. So, here we have come up with a few vital aspects to help you determine the right Lethbridge physiotherapy clinic:  Privacy of treatment rooms While looking at various Lethbridge

Imagine, walking to your washroom and suddenly losing your balance and tripping, your arms flinging in the air. The fear of losing your footing on the floor can be harrowing. However, as people age their ability to balance tends to decline. This reason also attributes to the vast number of slip and fall accidents that elderly citizens experience every year.  As young adults we take our balance for granted, it’s only when we see our near and dear ones suffer do we realize the value of having good balance. If you or someone close to you has been experiencing balance related

Age is just a number. One can feel like a 20-year-old even at the age of 80. But, sometimes our bodies have to bear the brunt of old age. Sedentary lifestyles, chronic stress, routine smoking and drinking, and development of diseases associated with old age tend to take a toll on most senior citizens. This leads to conditions such as a limited range of motion, lack of balance and coordination, muscular pains, arthritis, and osteoporosis to name a few. Physiotherapy could be the answer to these problems. There are many senior physiotherapy programs which are recommended for older citizens that