Back and neck pain are among the most widespread reasons patients seek physiotherapy. And back pain is one of the most common medical problems, affecting 80% of people at some point during their lives. Back pain can range from a
Swimming is a great way to stay in shape throughout the year, and compared to other sports, swimming has a relatively low risk of injury. However, the most common body part injured while swimming is the shoulder. Shoulder pain can
While the rest of Canada is digging out from under the snow, British Columbians are enjoying an early spring. Take advantage of these warmer days by spending some time outside prepping your garden for the season. If you like to
4 Tips To Help Patients Suffering From Respiratory Or Cardiovascular Diseases Improve Their Quality Of Life Respiratory disease refers to disorders affecting the lungs and their ability to take in oxygen from the air and deliver it to the bloodstream.
Planning to ski or snowboard this winter? As more and more British Columbians hit the slopes, it’s important to make sure participants have fun and remain pain and injury free. Always wear a helmet and ensure your equipment has been
Fall Prevention Awareness Week: Nov 3-9 2014 Did you know that falls account for 85% of all injuries among B.C. seniors? Falls are the main reason why older adults lose their independence. Take steps towards fall prevention: Improve mobility and
Cycling Tips brought to you from PABC and Chipperfield Physiotherapy Cycling is a terrific exercise for British Columbians of all ages. Cycling builds toned muscles, reduces joint pain and stiffness, increases stamina, alleviates stress and is a great weight