Essentially everybody experiences lower pain in the back at some point in their lives. Even if you’re not a person who sits in front of a desk all the time, the stress from lifting heavy things or carrying them for extended durations, extended reaching or stretching, playing sports, jogging or any number of other activitiesContinue Reading »
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How Physiotherapy Can Help You Recover from Knee Pain
Knee pain is one of the most common health problems, affecting millions of people around the globe. The main causes of knee pain include injury, overuse, or inflammation. There are several ways to treat knee pain, but physiotherapy is considered to be one of the safest and most effective methods.Some common causes that can resultContinue Reading »
How to Handle Sciatica: A Guide to Physiotherapy
If you have ever had sciatica or sciatic pain in the back, you understand it can be a miserable experience. However, we have great news: sciatica doesn’t have to keep you on the sidelines for long. With a detailed treatment plan from a qualified physiotherapist, you can speed recovery and return to enjoying your lifeContinue Reading »
How to Treat Bell’s Palsy with Physiotherapy
Bell’s palsy is a kind of facial paralysis that results from damage to the facial nerve (seventh cranial nerve) that controls the muscles in your face. Having been diagnosed with Bell’s palsy, you may worry about how to overcome it and resume your normal activities.However, with suitable treatment and time, you can recuperate from thisContinue Reading »
9 Simple & Effective Physiotherapy Exercises for Chronic Back Pain
Did you know that around 80% of the body’s weight is concentrated above the shoulders? It’s true! If you’ve ever felt pain in your lower back, you’ll know that this becomes important when you realize that your weight is often concentrated above your shoulders. This can put a lot of strain on your back, leading to lower backContinue Reading »
7 Signs You Need To See A Physiotherapist
In this blog post we are going to quickly cover the top 7 reasons to see a physiotherapist. But before we dig into the content, if you are feeling pain right now and it’s not going away on its own, please don’t wait too long to seek treatment. The longer you wait to address an issue, theContinue Reading »
3 Types of Lower Back Pain – Part 3: Stenosis/Osteoarthritis
Hey Folks, Blair Schachterle from Nose Creek Physiotherapy. Today, we’re going to talk about stenosis in the lower back, and it’s more of a degenerative condition that can give you sciatica as well. Our description of the typical patient we see with stenosis in the clinic is they’re going to be 50 years old orContinue Reading »
3 Types of Lower Back Pain – Part 2: Sacroiliac (SI Joint) Pain
Hey Folks, Blair Schachterle from Nose Creek Physiotherapy. Today’s topic is SI joint lower back pain. I’m just going to describe an SI joint pain. Typically, we do see SI joint pain in a lot of different age groups. Most commonly, we’re going see this during and after pregnancy. It’s probably more common in femaleContinue Reading »
3 Types of Lower Back Pain – Part 1: Disk/Inflammatory Back Pain
Hi folks, Blair Schachterle from Nose Creek Physiotherapy. So, today we’re going to talk about three different types of back pain. We have discogenic-type pain, SI joint pain, and stenosis or arthritis, in our back. That gives us three different types of presentations. So, I’m going to make up three short videos on each typeContinue Reading »
Snow Shovelling Techniques to Prevent Low Back Injuries!
Winter is back once again along with the snow and frigid cold temperatures. You will need to get the winter gear out of storage, and don’t forget to find your snow shovel. Shovelling snow last year was probably the last time that you did anything physical. Have you ever noticed that after shovelling snow yourContinue Reading »