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The importance of Physical Therapy

Get yourself back in the picture of doing the things you love.

Dr. Qing-Min Chen talks about how physical therapy can promote a better quality of life:

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Physiotherapy helps with the promotion of physical health along side with mobility independent function.

We provide one-on-one physiotherapy and rehabilitation services for:

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  •  Acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries(tendons, muscles and joints)
  • Back and neck pain (including degenerative disc disease)
  • Tennis Elbow, Golfer's Elbow and ligamentous laxity
  • Rotator cuff injuries (pre and post op rehab)
  • Foot and ankle injuries, post op rehab
  • Hip and knee pain (including pre and post-operative care)
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Fibromyalgia and trigger points pain
  • Postural dysfunction
  • Repetitive strain injuries
  • Sciatic pains
  • Shoulder pain, dislocations and stiffness
  • Disc conditions and nerve impingements
  • Sarcopenia

What do Physiotherapists do?

A Physiotherapist's goal is to get you moving. This means getting you to a place where you can be at your best functional capacity, maintaining that and then helping you to prevent future injuries. 


Everybody's different. You might have completely different signs and symptoms than your friend. A Physiotherapist is trained to customize a rehabilitation program specifically for you that also includes any other health conditions you might be experiencing, your age, and your activity level.

Physiotherapy helps with various injuries

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Physiotherapists use evidence based treatment protocols that enable us to address all pathologies in a well structured approach using different mobilization and manipulation techniques such as active release, myofascial release , McKenzie and Mulligan techniques ,focusing on restoring function and mobility , engaging patients in active therapy via different and variable therapeutic strengthening and stretching techniques ,specifically designed to address your problems and help with a fast recovery and functional mobility restoration.

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Why does muscle matter?

Physiotherapy is not age-related, in fact, many individuals of all ages participate in physiotherapy for different reasons. However, most individuals who are experiencing sarcopenia(muscle weakness) tend to be of the older age group. They usually tend to experience sarcopenia because of the lack of muscle utilization throughout the years. Physiotherapy helps them gain back their strength and muscle function, as well as improve their quality of life. However, if muscle strengthening and physiotherapy were to be implied throughout their life, starting at a young age, they would never have experienced muscle weakness and loss in the first place.




Dr Brendan Egan in his talk focuses on Sarcopenia, a disease involving age related wasting of muscle, and talks about the connections with other diseases, including cancer and diabetes, and he encourages us to change our lifestyles now in order to keep our muscles strong as we age. 

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