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Should you be concerned when you hear those three words, rotator cuff injury? Let’s define the rotator cuff, discuss exactly what a rotator cuff injury is and consider how it can be treated.

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Athletes who use an overhand throwing motion are susceptible to shoulder bursitis, such as swimmers, tennis players and volleyball players. Very well, you say, but whatever is shoulder bursitis?

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Are your neck and shoulders tense from hunching over a computer for eight hours a day? Are you in pain from a sports injury? Perhaps you’re anxious about a big moment in your life, such as a wedding. It’s time to consider a visit to a massage therapist. But what is massage therapy, and who can benefit from it?

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Nerves are the highways and roads extending throughout our body to carry signals to and from the brain. When the surrounding tissues – cartilage, bones, muscles or tendons – place too much pressure on a nerve and pain and/or other symptoms result, it is called a pinched nerve.

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Often, people assume a disc is a disc is a disc, but there is a difference between a bulging disc and a herniated disc. Find out more in our post:

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For avid tennis players and dedicated golfers, there’s always the danger of an overuse injury such as tennis elbow or golfer’s elbow. Find out more in our most recent post:

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You’ve undoubtedly seen it happen while watching a basketball game: a player jumps to grab a rebound and turns his foot as he lands awkwardly on his ankle. The player limps from the court, seeking help from the trainer. Ouch! What the player has suffered is a sprained ankle. Everyone is familiar with the term, but what does it actually mean?

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Once your achilles tendinitis is diagnosed by a doctor, a visit to the physiotherapist is generally in order. Here is some helpful information about the most common achilles tendon problems:

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We all have our metaphorical Achilles heels, but for people suffering from plantar fasciitis, the heel itself is actually their weak spot. Our experienced physiotherapists are here to help you.

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We’ve all experienced the unpleasantness of stiff or sore muscles, whether they feel tight when we get out of bed in the morning or after a long walk or run. Why do we feel these sensations, and what are our bodies trying to tell us?
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