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THE BUTT BASICS: GLUTEUS MAXIMUS

By: Dylan Tannyan We are going to talk about the gluteus maximus (glute max) muscle. This important muscle sits on both sides of the body and runs from the pelvis to the femur (leg bone). The main role of this muscle is to extend and externally rotate the hip joint....

A PAIN IN THE…SHIN

By: Dylan Tannyan Shin splints are a common issue that can be effectively managed with the help of a Physiotherapist. It presents as pain along the bone in the lower leg, usually made worse by walking, running, jumping, or any type of impact activity. But what exactly...

3 Reasons Gymnasts Should Jump, Leap, & Flip into a Physiotherapist’s Office

By: Brittany Kafka Gymnasts constantly perform great feats of power, strength, and flexibility; moving in ways found to be astonishing and gravity-defying. However, due to the high demands of the sport and intensive forces on the body, gymnasts are at a high risk for...

When thinking about recovery, sometimes it’s easy to lose the forest for the trees…

By: Samy Shash Confession time: all too often, when I encounter a new patient with a musculoskeletal injury, seemingly out of nowhere, I’ve felt inclined to look at specific details of their movement, strength of their muscles, mobility of their joints, or any...
Just Breathe…

Just Breathe…

by Samy Shash Lately I’ve been reading a lot about breathing. Maybe you, like myself, have come across a multitude of...

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