Focus on: Shoulder Anatomy The shoulder is an elegant piece of machinery. It has the greatest range of motion of any joint in the body. However, this large range of motion can lead to joint problems. To understand what parts make up the shoulder and how these parts work together, check out our article and video! https://www.interactivehealth.ca/Injuries-Conditions/Shoulder/Shoulder-Anatomy/a~361/article.html
Posted on 2022-12-12
109 Days To Use Your Extended Health Benefits!Most people wait too long and we turn away many people in December due to appointment unavailability. Many benefits go unclaimed, so make good use of your benefits and do not let them expire.Physiotherapy and massage therapy can produce significant improvement to your health and overall well being by relieving tension and easing pain.Don't wait until December to schedule your appointments to use your benefits!
Posted on 2022-09-13
What Do You Want First? The Bad News or the Good News? Did you know…More than 75% of people over the age of 55 show the joint deformations of Osteoarthritis on X-rays! Luckily, most of these people have no symptoms. But…for some people, osteoarthritis can cause joint pain and stiffness, really affecting sufferers’ daily lives. The bad news is, there’s no cure for it. The good news? It’s a very treatable disease. Our goals of treatment at Interact...
Posted on 2022-07-12
Stretching is an essential part of successful golf. A good stretching routine can help to minimize muscle imbalances, prevent injury, improve your exercise tolerance and your golf performance. The following stretching program is designed for golfers who do not have any current injuries or individual stretching needs. If you have an injury, or a specific mechanical imbalance that may be holding back your golf performance, your physiotherapist at Interactive Health can design a...
Posted on 2022-06-14
Have you ever woken up from a deep sleep and rubbed the area right in front of your ear because it’s sore? If so, you’ve experienced at least a mild version of TMJ dysfunction. The TMJ can be a very painful area and create a hassle over time. If left untreated, it affects your sleeping, eating and posture. Here, we’ll discuss TMJ dysfunction and what you can do about it. The TMJ, or temporomandibular joint, is where the jawbone meets the skull on each side of the face. A conve...
Posted on 2022-05-30
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