Tag: chiropractor

Snow Shovelling Injuries

Snow Shovelling Injuries: How to prevent them with Chiropractic Care Engaging in the winter chore of snow shovelling is a common activity for many individuals. However, it can result in unexpected injuries if not undertaken with caution. This blog post delves into prevalent snow shovelling injuries and highlights how chiropractic…

What is Wellness?

What is Wellness? Improving wellness will show up in many aspects of life as it relates to everything we do, every day. It’s helpful to be aware of the different dimensions of wellness so that you can can strive for healthier behaviours and balance. All dimensions influence each other, when…

Knee Pain and Chiropractic

Knee Pain and Chiropractic Almost all of us have either experienced knee pain or know someone who is currently dealing with it. It is reported that 22.7% of the general population will experience knee pain annually. Activities such as stair climbing, kneeling down, getting in and out of bed, and…

Repetitive Strain Injuries – Shin Splints

  Repetitive Strain Injuries – Shin Splints   Overusing certain muscles and tendons without proper recovery can lead to repetitive strain injuries. An extremely common one is known as ‘shin splints’ which is the generic term for exercise induced anterior leg pain. When the muscles around the shin are repeatedly…

Chiropractic Care to Treat & Prevent Sports Injuries

Chiropractic Care to Treat & Prevent Sports Injuries Often we hear of professional athletes suffering a traumatic, possibly career ending, injury. The public debate on whether or not they can resume play can go on for weeks. However, it isn’t only the professionals that sustain injuries while practising the sport…

How Chiropractic Care Can Help with Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis & Chiropractic   With nearly 2 million North American’s dealing with plantar fasciitis, it’s a very common problem that requires attention. Sadly, though, many people ignore their symptoms and discomfort until it becomes debilitating or until they have more time to get treatment. But, treating and alleviating plantar…