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3 Exercises You Can Do To Reduce Your Low Back Pain – Part 2

Earlier we posted PART 1 of this article starting with progressions 1-3 for each of the exercises. If you are just joining us now I would encourage you to go to the previous post first, master each progression, and return to this post ready for progressions 4-6. I hope you all have found progressions 1-3 …

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3 Exercises You Can Do To Reduce Your Low Back Pain – Part 1

Do you have low back pain? Have you been told you need to strengthen your core but aren’t sure where to start? Try these 3 exercises and work through their progressions to increase your core strength and reduce your low back pain! Today I will be introducing you to the first 3 progressions for each …

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How to return to play after a sports injury the right way

Did you ever wonder what you should expect when you attend physiotherapy for an athletic-based injury? My first sports-related injury was in high school and I didn’t know what to do. I could barely stand on my left foot, let alone play basketball. My coach suggested that I book with a physiotherapist to get it …

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How can Low Level Light Therapy help you with injury recovery

What is the first thought that comes to mind when you think of a laser? I definitely think of a laser beam cutting through metal. So, why is a laser used for physiotherapy treatments? The fact is that low level lasers, or Low Level Light Therapy (LLLT), are a useful treatment in rehabilitation settings and …

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Why you should be an active participant in your physio appointments?

Do you dread completing your exercises at physiotherapy appointments? Do you find that your physiotherapy exercises are painful, uncomfortable, or increase swelling? This is because exercises make the muscles work, helping them to get stronger and build endurance. Unfortunately increased discomfort and swelling comes with this but does not necessarily mean that it is making …

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