What is a ‘high ankle sprain’? by Teresa Fox – Registered Physiotherapist FCAMPT I know a lot if you were cheering on Team Canada at the recent World Junior Championships and in our house there was a collective gasp as our Guelph Storm representative Robby Fabbri went down and was helped off the ice. […]
Its a common sight on Canadian roads in winter: drivers losing control of their cars, sliding off the road or colliding with one another.
There is no denying that these are difficult economic times and that many people have to budget and cut corners wherever possible.
With the arrival of 2011, many of us will make a get into better shape New Years resolution. Most of us, will then use exercise to attain our fitness and weight loss goals.
More and more aging Canadian baby boomers can be seen out there doing outrageous things like running, biking, playing tennis and even riding motorcycles. This cant be a good thing!
Osteoporosis is a very common disease, affecting 1 in 4 people over the age of 50. As we age most of us should be doing more to minimize it’s impact on our quality of life.
Dizziness is a significant problem – ranking 2nd only to the lower back for frequency of complaints in the adult population.
The popularity of golf has surged in recent years, particularly among women. Golf is a great game that can provide exercise, relaxation and social interaction
We all know that when panicked, some people hyperventilate or breath at an abnormally rapid or deep rate. Hyperventilation is extreme and can be dangerous as it results in decreased carbon dioxide levels and increased oxygen levels that produce dizziness…
The number of children reporting back pain and back injuries has increased dramatically in recent years. Heavy kids’ school backpacks and how they are used are the likely culprits in many of these cases. While backpacks certainly are a helpful tool for managing school books and other supplies, and allow children to carry more than […]