What is Kinesiology?

Kinesiologists are human movement specialists that asses, design and implement programs to maintain, rehabilitate or enhance movement and performance in the areas of sports, recreation, work, daily life activities and exercise.  Lower Back Pain and Kinesiology. Back pain can result from a number of factors such as a motor vehicle accident, workplace injury, sports and …

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Common Myths About Physiotherapy

If pain relief, return to exercise or upping your sporting preparation is on your list, remember how physiotherapy can help. Here are some common myths busted… Does Physiotherapy Just Mean Exercise?No, treatment includes exercises of various types to promote flexibility and strength. But it also includes hands on treatment to promote healing and education on necessary …

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Nice Weather? Let’s Garden!

During this nice weather, we have a great opportunity to go outside and do the activities we love doing. Allied Physio has a suggestion….. Let’s work on that Garden!  “But I always end up with a sore back after I spend all day working on the yard”Not anymore! We have all the tips you will need to ensure …

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Tips For Working at Home!

During this time, many of us have had to work from home, here are some great tips to ensure you still feel great after a full work day at home! Sitting at a desk: Chair – Make sure your lower back is in contact with the back rest of the chair. If there is a space …

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Now Offering TeleHealth!

We are OPEN to assist you on our virtual platform through video and telephone (smartphone)!! As of March 19 2020, our in clinic visits are on hold due to COVID-19. We are open for Virtual Visits to assist you in your recovery by telephone or video to continue providing you the best care possible. Allied Physiotherapy is staying on top …

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What is physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy deals with restoring and maintaining functional movement, reducing pain and promoting health in individuals. As physiotherapists, we treat a wide array of conditions including: Spinal pain and injuries (e.g. disc prolapse) Headaches Sports injuries (e.g. ligament tears) Fractures (e.g. broken arm) Musculoskeletal problems (e.g. carpal tunnel syndrome) Post-surgical rehabilitation (e.g. following a knee replacement) …

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