Many golfers find the toughest thing about golf is maintaining and perfecting a consistent swing. Below are a few key tips to head you in the right direction.
Holding the club - Grip the club in your fingers and not in ... Read More
A golf stretching program will help to increase your range of motion and reduce the risk of an injury.
Before beginning any exercises program, make sure that you spend 5 to 10 minutes warming up, and keep in mind ... Read More
The first step when wearing shoe insoles, starts when you are shopping for shoes. You want to select a shoe, runner, or boot with a great fit and is specific to your chosen activity.
The second step is to determine if the ... Read More
Running shoes are designed for different foot shapes; designed for different running patterns; and running on different terrain; so a running gait analysis can help get the best fit from your running shoes.
How you run and how ... Read More
Both walking, and running require energy to move our bodies over a given distance. Walking can provide many of the same health benefits associated with running, however, running will produce the fastest physiological changes.
Which is better walking or ... Read More
Spinal decompression provides relief to back and neck pain sufferers by gently reducing the pressure within spinal discs; this involves stretching the spine, using a traction table or similar motorized device, with the goal of relieving back pain and/or leg pain.
During a nonsurgical spinal decompression ... Read More
Plantar fasciitis can be a painful condition caused by overuse of the arch tendon (plantar fascia) of the foot.
The most common cause of plantar fasciitis is a tight calf muscle which leads to persistent ... Read More
Golf is not a contact sport, and is perceived as a low-risk sport when it comes to injuries. Golfers, whether new to the game or have been playing the sport for years, will suffer from acute or overuse injuries if they lack ... Read More
One in five British Columbian's live with Chronic Pain. Physiotherapy can provide treatment and pain management to help people manage chronic pain. Physiotherapists use a combination of techniques to help chronic pain sufferers feel relief, improve function & mobility, and return to regular activities & normal life.
For more information, contact ... Read More