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Travelling Tips

As the cold weather begins to creep in, some of us ‘hearty Canadians” may begin plotting methods to escape for the inevitable fall and winter conditions. As the weather gets warmer, family vacations and the cottage begin to beckon us to travel more …..

5 Things You Need To Tell Your Physiotherapist

1. The main reason you are seeing them:

Whether it is to help you in your urgent pain injury, strengthen a weakened area, or for an all over assessment, this will help your treating physiotherapist….

Treating Vertigo

Vertigo is the sensation of yourself, or the environment around you, moving.

This sensation may be brought on by certain head positions, damage to particular areas of the balance reflex pathways, or mechanical problems occurring within the inner ear….

The Power of Play: the Key to Successful Child Development

Running, climbing stairs, kicking a ball, and learning to ride a bike are all examples of gross motor developmental milestones.

There are typical age spans when children often reach different milestones, which are achieved though the way a child develops through movement….

What to Expect if You’ve Had an MVA

If you have had a Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA for short), you may be unsure how you can get the physiotherapy care you need.

Here are the steps to take to begin your recovery here at LifeSpring Physiotherapy…

Simple Tips to Protect Your Knees & Back While Gardening

Following a long and cold winter, we always enjoy the arrival of spring and summer, and the opportunity to enjoy seasonal outdoor activities again.

Gardening is a great way to enjoy the nice weather, while maintaining joint flexibility, range of motion and quality of ….

ACL Prevention in Soccer Players

What is the ACL?

The Anterior Cruciate Ligament (or ACL) is one of the main stabilizing ligaments in the knee preventing the shin from translating forward under the thigh bone. It provides rotational stability …

Transition Tips for Taking It Back Outdoors

For some parts of Canada (sorry East Coast), winter and the cold, cold weather are on their way out. While many people have been brave enough to venture outside to keep fit, others preferred to migrate inside for the winter to continue their fitness training in the warmth…