Research Supports Telehealth

Research Supports Telehealth

The not so latest tech trend in 2021 thanks to COVID -19 is Telehealth or online consultations. Telehealth in the Myotherapy world is a treatment, consultation and exercise session all achieved online, one-to-one. It’s a pain relief option you can access from...
How to improve your workout posture

How to improve your workout posture

When you have poor posture during your workout, it can lead to neck, shoulder and back complaints. Watch Sarah explain the biomechanics of what might be happening during your workout. Do you have poor posture? To assess if this is a problem you might need to address,...
What is CR Stretching?

What is CR Stretching?

CR Stretching or Contract-Relax Stretching is a form of stretching where you hold the muscle in a state of contraction for a period of time (usually around 5-10 seconds) then on the relax phase (usually around 3-5 seconds) you move the joint to it’s new longer...
Can tight muscles cause breathing difficulty?

Can tight muscles cause breathing difficulty?

First of all, if you are having a new symptom around breathing difficulty, you should go get checked out by your doctor. If severe, call an ambulance or get to your emergency department as soon as possible. Breathing difficulties can be signs of heart and lung issues...
Pain Relief For Busy People

Pain Relief For Busy People

Our mission is simple – Help get busy people out of pain quickly so they can get back to doing what they love. We offer shorter appointments which we can do because we use techniques that are quick and highly effective such as dry needling and the McKenzie...
TMJ (Jaw) Pain Relief

TMJ (Jaw) Pain Relief

The TemporoMandibular Joint (TMJ) or jaw works hard for us. It’s one of the most complex joints in the body as it moves up and down and can also slide front to back and side to side. Unless you’re suffering from TMJ pain right now, you’ve probably...
Do you have Patellofemoral (knee) pain syndrome?

Do you have Patellofemoral (knee) pain syndrome?

Patellofemoral pain syndrome or PFPS is a common cause of knee pain, especially among women. Usually the pain is focused around the front of the knee and/or around the knee cap. There’s usually increased pain with descending stairs, walking downhill or sitting...

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