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We are pleased to say that our massage therapy service will be restarting on Friday, June 19, 2020.  At long last, we will soon be able to offer all of you our massage services again!!!! Last week our health minister announced that June 19th will bring on the second stage of the economic relaunch. This includes massage therapy services! I know that this has been a painful time for all of you. So many things that we have been taking for granted have been taken away, but slowly and surely these things are coming back. Safety precautions This is not being done without any

An involuntary contraction of a muscle or a feeling of tightness that usually occurs suddenly is referred to as muscle spasms. They are often painful but typically don’t last long. Muscle spasms have many cases, but if they are caused by an injury that is not treated, they may turn into muscle knots, or myofascial trigger points, which are painful and long-lasting. Muscle spasms are similar to muscle cramps. Muscle spasm is where there is a persistent increase in tension in muscle fibers - often associated with shortening of the muscle and pain. Causes There can be many causes for your muscle

We are happy and excited to announce that we are open and seeing patients within their homes again! We are now providing essential care for all of our patients throughout Edmonton, Calgary, Lower Mainland BC and the surrounding communities within their living environments. As before, all of our therapists will be providing physiotherapy services within our client’s homes. The good news is that due to the nature of our in-home physiotherapy service delivery, our treatments will not look much different than before. Safety Measures We will be taking all measures recommended by Alberta Health and Physiotherapy Alberta for infection prevention and control. This will

The radial nerve is responsible for controlling the wrist, fingers, and triceps. It runs down the back of your arm. Any injury to the radial nerve may result in loss of sensation in some part of the body, burning pain, and wrist drop. A radial injury could occur due to a variety of reasons. Common causes include sports injury, breaking your arm, overusing your arm, sleeping with a bad posture, putting pressure on the arm, lumps in the body that compress the nerves. Physiotherapy can help remedy minor cases of radial nerve injury within 12 weeks. The alternative surgical procedure,

Pain in the upper arm, near the shoulder region, is commonly reported by individuals who indulge in repetitive motions of the arm. Neglecting this pain could lead to a more serious injury, bicep tendonitis. The bicep muscle in our arm is held together in place by tendons that connect it to the shoulder bone in the top and radius at the bottom. Athletes such as baseball, basketball, and golfers who have to deal with extensive use of their upper arm for repeated motions are continuously at risk of injuring a tendon. Kinesio taping can offer an affordable solution with its