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“There is no happiness in having or in getting, but only in giving.” Henry Drummond, Canadian poet 1851-1860

Since part of our commitment to the community is giving back, one of our goals is to provide more information to the community about the many ways we benefit North Vancouver in particular and Vancouver in general. We have a fantastic new location at 340 Brooksbank Ave where we are offering a dedicated gym space, sound-shielded massage rooms and a more easily accesible location across from Park and Tilford mall.

Below are some of the recent public events we’ve hosted and athletic achievements of our physiotherapists, staff, patients, and supporters.

 

Our very own Rosalind Ferry has released the second edition of her book, The Posture Pain Fix. More information about Ros as an author can be found here!

 

Summer Travelling Tips

Summer Travelling Tips

Wherever your summer vacation takes you, sitting for a long time in a car or on a plane can put stress on your muscles and joints. The stress can lead to stiffness, muscle cramps and fatigue, especially after a long journey. Such discomfort can ruin your vacation. The most effective way to prevent muscle and […]

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Community Contribution Award

THANK YOU FOR THE COMMUNITY AWARD NOMINATION!!! Our Deep Cove Physiotherapy Clinic and North Shore Sports Medicine Clinics have been nominated for a North Shore Chamber of Commerce Community Contribution business award!!! We are honoured to be nominated along with three other North Vancouver organizations who have demonstrated outstanding commitment and leadership in a variety […]

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Ice Pack or Hot Pack

One of the most frequent questions a physiotherapist is asked is, “I’ve injured myself. Should I use ice or heat?” Either of these options if used correctly can help to control and heal the injury. Cold Therapy, how and when should I use it? Commonly used cooling agents are cold packs, ice baths, ice cubes, […]

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Excercise And Physiotherapy

Excercise And Physiotherapy

Fall is fast approaching and many of us are jump starting our fitness programs. Others, though, may be considering starting a program for the first time. Either way, a few points will help. A complete EXERCISE PROGRAM consists of: WARM-UP: to prepare the muscles for activity by increasing the temperature of the connective tissue. This […]

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Eating For Energy

Eating For Energy

With the recent changes in weather and daylight, many of us experience a drop in energy levels. Shorter days and less sunshine make it more difficult to incorporate exercise into our daily routine. A healthy, balanced diet therefore becomes more important in energy maintenance. Some of the foods we think may help give us a […]

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Just Move It…Smartly

Are Canadians losing their ability to move? Here are some highlights of a study by the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, from the Directions in Physiotherapy. A majority of Canadians (54%) believe they are less mobile today than 10 years ago. Overall satisfaction with mobility declines with age, especially after age 55. Most Canadians believe their physical […]

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A Pound Of Prevention

A Pound Of Prevention

AUTUMN INJURIES The ’ember-ending months are here. Hockey, soccer, skiing and such now top the list of activities sending our children and ourselves into Clinics. Proper training and conditioning programs focus once on rehabilitation and prevention where a few simple steps lessen the probability of an injury occurring when we begin a new activity or […]

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A Pain In The Neck!

A Pain In The Neck!

Nearly 75 percent of people will suffer from neck pain at some point in their life. Often neck pain goes away after a few days, but for many people, neck pain lingers and can severely affect their life, work and quality of life. Do you suffer from neck pain and don’t know what to do […]

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Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis is inflammation of the plantar fascia, which is a thick fibrous band of connective tissue that runs from the ball of the foot to the heel. When the plantar fascia is under severe stress it stretches too far and tears causing inflammation and pain. Causes: The most common causes of plantar fasciitis are […]

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