Oshawa, Ontario (June 16, 2014) – Chiropractic Wellness and Rehabilitation, which offers chiropractic services and acupuncture to Oshawa residents, is now an official distributor of the trusted Isagenix weight loss products. According to the company, the products are an ideal complement to their non-invasive approach of helping clients lose weight.
To say that hockey is popular in Canada is an understatement as it is more than a sport; it’s a national passion. Unfortunately, that passion is in danger of being extinguished as a growing number of parents forbid their kids to join the minor leagues for fear of serious injury. According to The Globe and Mail, the upcoming 2014-2015 season is short by at least 5,600 hockey players. Head concussions are the most feared injuries not only because they lead to brain damage but also because they’re very difficult to detect:
It’s a well-known fact that exercise benefits both moms-to-be and their unborn children, but some women are still apprehensive about it all because of the purported “health risks”. To set the record straight once and for all, prenatal lifestyle expert Amy Griffith presents eight safe and healthy fitness tips for expecting mothers. In her article for The Marietta Daily Journal, Griffith recommends prenatal massage for the following reasons:
Arthritis is normally associated with aging. However, a Burlington Post article about 10-year-old Cynthia Houghton from Burlington, Ontario proves that the ailment can strike anyone. Her mother believes that Cynthia developed arthritis when she was a baby. In spite of her condition, the girl became an ambassador for The Arthritis Society in Canada in the hopes of spreading awareness of this rare, but debilitating ailment among parents and children alike:
Many people experience bodily pain in the course of their daily lives; fortunately, there are different ways for them to alleviate those pains. In Canada, acupuncture in Oshawa and other cities is becoming more popular by the minute. An April 6, 2014 article at the Healthcare Medicine Institute website explains why:
It’s a tough time to be a Toronto Maple Leafs fan right now. The team is in the middle of a tight race for a playoff spot. Unfortunately, they’ll have to continue their quest for the Stanley Cup without their star goaltender. CBC Sports reports:
There may be times when will feel light-headed and dizzy even though your surroundings are perfectly normal. You may be experiencing vertigo, which Ron Rogers discusses in his article for LiveStrong:
Long hours of running can take a massive toll on your body, especially on the knees. In an article for ChiroNexus.com, writer Kelly Johnson explains:
Not all medical conditions arise from infection, wrong practices, and weak immune systems. Some may be inevitable due to fixed biological factors, such as abnormalities in hormone production.
Osteoarthritis (OA) is among the diseases that are known to arise from genetic factors, and an article in ScienceDaily.com discusses the influence of hormonal factors in the likelihood of a person developing this condition. The article says that hormonal variances work hand-in-hand with injuries from physical activities in inducing OA.
According to an article in Memphis.edu, the history of massage goes as far back as 2,700 BC when ancient Eastern Chinese cultures depended on this practice to heal a variety of ailments, from labor pains to paralysis. Even the iconic historical figure Julius Caesar was believed to have had daily massages to treat nerve pains. The practice has lived on, and many people to this day rely on massage for health benefits.
An article on the Horse Channel website dated November 20, 2013 discusses the issue of crooked riding positions among equestrians, and how a group of researchers attempted to find a solution. The article suggests that a little physiotherapy could be the answer to correct the body form of equestrians:
Using a group of experienced riders, the researchers recorded their seated postural stability by measuring the symmetry (or lack thereof) of force distribution as they sat in a saddle. The riders were divided into two groups, and one of the group was treated with a physiotherapy intervention for the pelvic area. Physiotherapy may consist of specific exercises, soft tissue manipulation (such as massage), stretching or other treatments. All of the riders from both groups were then retested.
The group that received the physiotherapy intervention showed significant improvement in symmetry, suggesting that the treatment was effective. However, the study did not measure whether the effect was temporary or long-term. For riders who struggle with a crooked posture in the saddle, physiotherapy could be one method to help improve their seat, thereby improving communication with their horse.
Physiotherapists are concerned with restoring the physical capacity of their patients, in the same way chiropractors deal with musculoskeletal disorders. Many believe that both fields contrast each other, they actually agree on a lot of procedures and they can be used interchangeably to treat a patient. Hence, those undergoing Oshawa physiotherapy treatments should try pairing it with chiropractic therapy for enhanced results. Many patients have realized they can even use chiropractic as a supplement to physiotherapy as many chiropractors have practices that provide extensive physical rehabilitation programs.
Oshawa, Ontario (January 3, 2014) – Chiropractic Wellness and Rehabilitation (CWR) Health Clinics is advising the public to use their extended health coverage for Oshawa massage therapy, chiropractic treatments, and custom orthotics. The practice urges their patients to maximize their benefits as they are there to improve their quality of life and overall health and wellness.
Many people suffer from different kinds of chronic body aches and pains caused by several factors. Some of them include past injuries, stress, and muscle strains that affect the spine, joints, pelvis, along with all the supporting muscles and tissues. To address these concerns, the practice utilizes massage therapy and chiropractic care through non-invasive and natural solutions.
According to an article from The Daily Star, pregnancy can be one of the most exciting and trying times of a woman’s life:
Pregnancy is one of the most wonderful events in a couple’s life. Conceiving a child brings utmost joy in the life of women making her [feel] complete
Pregnancy can have a great impact on women’s ability to function [and do] everyday work. Many physical and hormonal changes are responsible for making women feel at times quite uncomfortable during the pregnancy process.
However, women do not have to accept that these feelings of discomfort are unmanageable. Physiotherapy can improve [women's] health during pregnancy by reducing discomfort, preparing the body for delivery and [accelerating] the recovery process after the birth of the baby.
Although aches and pains in the shoulders, legs, and back are common during pregnancy, many Oshawa physiotherapy experts and chiropractic experts state that pregnant women can use physiotherapy and chiropractic techniques to their advantage. With this in mind, here are a few ways that physiotherapy and chiropractic can help ease the “hardships” of pregnancy:
According to a report from The National Post, Steven Stamkos is in danger of missing the 2014 Winter Olympics due to an injury sustained during the NHL season:
When Steven Stamkos crashed into the post in Boston on Monday afternoon, the shock waves could be felt all the way to Sochi, Russia.
The Tampa Bay Lightning star is out indefinitely with a broken right tibia, an injury that could be a significant blow to Team Canada in its efforts to defend gold at the Olympics. Stamkos was tied with Alex Steen as the NHL’s leading goal scorer, and with Sidney Crosby for the points lead at the time of his injury and figured to be a lock to make the team.
The broken tibia will require surgery to repair. The Lightning did not release a time frame, likely in part because the complexity of the fracture could affect things.
Recovering from a fracture extends beyond allowing the bone to reform. It also requires physical therapy (available at Chiropractic Wellness and Rehabilitation) to allow the affected area to regain the strength it had before the injury; this is especially important when the fracture occurs in the limbs. With a long road to recovery ahead, people recovering from a fracture can benefit from the many services that Chiropractic Wellness and Rehabilitation offers. An example would be therapeutic rehabilitation from an experienced Oshawa massage therapist.
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