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The sharp pulsating pain that you feel in the back of your neck region and in the middle region of the back could be caused by a strained levator scapula muscle. Sitting in your chair all day and staring at the computer screen with little or no movement causes stiffness or tightness in the levator scapulae. Though the disease can affect both the scapula muscles on the left and right side, in most of the cases, the left side is affected.  What causes Levator Scapulae strains? The levator scapula muscle-tendon originates on the transverse process of the first four cervical vertebrae of

To all of our current, future and past patients and family, This is Erik, the owner of InHome Physical Therapy & Massage. The first thing that I would like to say is that I hope that you and all of your families are well and have been able to adjust to our new world situation at this moment. We at InHome Physical Therapy & Massage are very aware of the high amount of stress and anxiety that this challenging time is presenting us with. We are here to help! Let me make it clear: WE ARE OPEN and we are here for

Along with continuing to provide physiotherapy and exercise therapy to those in urgent or critical need and pass our covid19 vetting questionnaire, we are offering our current, old and new clients our telehealth program! InHome Physical Therapy is proud to introduce Telemedicine services in the form of TelePhysio to our patients and all Albertans as a response to the unique challenges posed by Covid19 and the pandemic that we are all facing. What is TelePhysio? As the name suggests ‘tele’ refers to ‘over distance’ and the initial method of communication was the telephone. Nowadays, high-speed connections and web cameras mean that the ability

From the outset of this world event, InHome Physical Therapy & Massage has taken it very seriously. We know that the best thing that we can do to make sure our patients are cared for is to ensure that we are not bringing this virus to them or their family members. That is why we stepped up our already advanced Infection Control Policy more than 2 weeks ago. We are following all recommendations put forth by Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer and we will continue to take sanitizing, disinfection and barriers (when necessary), to exceptional levels. To that end, it is very

What is Kinesio taping? It is a taping method that consists of a cotton strip that is applied to the deltoid muscle region from application to origin to support the muscles and relieve pain. Why Kinesio taping? Does it help? Shoulder movements become very restricted in a frozen shoulder, as there is a scar-like tissue formation in the shoulder joint which leaves less room for movement and makes it's functioning painful. Recovery from a frozen shoulder takes about 2-4 years. So instead of waiting for your frozen shoulder to recover by itself, you can always seek professional assistance. Kinesio taping included as a