strains and sprains

The Difference Between Strains and Sprains

August 06 2020
When clients come to us for physiotherapy treatment, they’ll use terms like sprains or strains to describe their injuries. These words are used interchangeably by many but they actually have different meanings. In this week’s blog, we’re going to look at the difference between these two types of common injuries and how we grade their severity.
home gym

How to Build a Home Gym on a Budget During COVID-19

July 30 2020
This week, I wanted to highlight the basic items a person needs to create killer workouts at home, all without breaking a bank. Here’s the equipment you need to build a home gym on a budget during COVID-19.
safe summer workout

5 Tips for a Safe Summer Workout Plan

July 23 2020
If you’re planning on taking some of your workouts outside this summer, here are 5 tips for a safe summer workout plan.
Bodyweight Exercises

5 Bodyweight Exercises to Incorporate into Your Routine

July 16 2020
In this week's blog, we’re going to look at 5 Body Weight Exercises that should form the core of every home workout plan.
Clinical Pilates

Trying Clinical Pilates/Reformer Pilates for the First Time: A Phy...

July 14 2020
Prior to last Wednesday, I had only a basic understanding of what Pilates is. After being put through my paces by our newest member of staff, Brita, I have a whole new appreciation!
Home Workouts

5 Tips to Maximize Your Home Workouts

July 09 2020
Working out from home during COVID? Here are five tips to help you maximize those home workouts.
Health Benefits

Why You Should Tap into Your Health Benefits

July 02 2020
Are you using your employer healthcare benefits? Here are some of the reasons you should be maximizing these amazing benefits.
progressive overload

What is Progressive Overload and Why is it Important?

June 25 2020
Today on the blog, we discuss a vital component of recovery and strength building: progressive overload. If your goal...

Involved in a motor vehicle accident recently? Everything you need ...

June 23 2020

ICBC has made significant changes which are important for those of you who have been involved in an accident. Compared to previous ICBC models, the new care-based insurance model has significantly increased recovery benefits for BC residents injured in a crash. On this blog, we outline key changes to ICBC and how you can get started on your road to recovery.

relieve jaw pain

Trying to Relieve Jaw Pain? We Specialize in TMJ Treatment

June 18 2020
If you’re looking for ways to relieve jaw pain, this post is for you. One of the most common reasons for jaw pain is because of injury or dysfunction of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ). The TMJ is the hinge joint that connects your jawbone to your skull. There are hinges on both sides of your face, located just in front of your ear. Your TMJ allows you to move your jaw up and down and side to side. Its function is necessary for everyday living: talking, eating, laughing and yawning, for example. 
exercise routine

It’s Time to Start Your Post-COVID Exercise Routine

June 11 2020

Physitrack: How to Fast-Track Your Rehabilitation Process

June 09 2020
Gone are the days where your physio would scrawl a few stick figures on a notepad as a reminder and prescription for what you needed to do.Today I wanted to write a short blog and introduce you guys to a program called Physitrack. If you aren’t already familiar with the program, it’s an app that we use to provide clients with their prescribed exercises and exercises 
manage pain with resistance bands

Manage Pain and Gain Strength with Resistance Bands

June 04 2020

Whether you’re looking to manage pain or gain strength, resistance bands offer so many benefits. Exercise with resistance bands allow for fluid, dynamic movements and contribute to better overall fitness. Not only will you get a great workout in, but your balance and muscle tone will improve. The best part? They reduce your risk of injury. 

virtual physio

The Advantages of Virtual Physio

May 28 2020
Despite the evidence, it’s still common to doubt the effectiveness of virtual physio treatment. After all, physical health is an inherently...physical experience. So shouldn’t physiotherapy treatment happen in-person? While there are some cases in which face-to-face treatment is necessary, we want to dispel any doubts that virtual physio is less effective. In fact, we’re convinced—along with millions of other healthcare providers—that virtual physio can be even more effective than a clinical setting. 
The Hybrid Model: A New Evolution in Physiotherapy Services

The Hybrid Model: A New Evolution in Physiotherapy Services

May 27 2020
  Over the span of the last few years, telerehabilitation has become a significant platform for delivery of care tha...
Ranko Vukovic featured as one of Canada's TOP 100 Professionals for year 2020

Ranko Vukovic featured as one of Canada's TOP 100 Professionals for...

May 25 2020
In addition to becoming a successful entrepreneur, Ranko Vukovic holds a master’s degree in physical therapy from The...
virtual physio

Tight Hamstrings? It's Not What You Think

May 22 2020
Tight hamstrings? You’re not alone. It’s a common complaint that physiotherapists hear. While passive stretches might help your hamstrings feel less tight temporarily, it doesn’t actually improve that feeling of tightness over the long-term. Instead, to safely increase hamstring flexibility, part of the solution is to strengthen the muscle. Let us explain. 

Want to be Proactive Against Injury? Start Prehab

May 14 2020
As physiotherapists, we specialize in rehabilitation after injury. Our goal is to get you back to your usual physical routine as soon as possible, and reduce the likelihood of future injuries. On the blog today, we discuss how prehab exercises will prepare your body for safe movement—and less injuries—over the long term. 
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