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DO THE SITTING BONES WIDEN AND NARROW?

By: Riki Richter Most of us are familiar with the terms anterior and posterior tilt of the pelvis and can easily feel the pelvis tip/flex forward on the thighs during exercises such as a deadlift or squat. The two pelvic halves and sacrum tip/flex forward as a unit to...

Win Big & Support a Wonderful Cause with the Online Synergy Gives Back Raffle

With virtually everything virtual these days, we thought we’d take the opportunity to use the online space to help give back and support the community. We are very excited to be hosting the Synergy Gives Back Raffle, an online raffle to help support the charity Camp...

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...

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Toronto ON M6H 1V5
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Friday 7 am – 5 pm
Saturday 9 am – 4 pm

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Toronto ON M4C 1J7
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