We had the great pleasure of catching up with Margaret to talk with her about how a career as a semi-professional dancer led her to physiotherapy and why she thinks being a patient has played such a big role in her work.
One of the reasons we will always remember this moment, is the story of their shared recovery from injury.
It was our pleasure to interview Emily Jackson and chat about how she got into physiotherapy, why she thinks hiking battles are fun, and why Stephen King writes the best books.
Physiotherapists and Acupuncturist sometimes use different needles. How are they different? Here are some of the differences explained.
Learn a little about the basics like maintaining balance, edging, and smearing in this nice video for beginner rock climbers. From counter-force to efficiency, this is a nice overview.
Since I’ve moved to Victoria I’ve seen a lot of runners, and a lot of running-related injuries. Some injuries are more acute (a rolled ankle, or a sprained ligament), but…
We are offering our first TRY-A-TRIATHLON Clinic, a 12 week program that will culminate with participants racing at the Triathlon of Compassion on June 26th, 2022.
I love to climb. Over the last eight years, I’ve been lucky, and grateful, to climb in beautiful destinations in Canada and abroad. I’ve sport climbed in Thailand, crack climbed…
We met Jacqueline McAllister over the internet to chat with her about physiotherapy practice, living in BC, and pelvic floor health expertise.
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction means different things for different people. For Sabrina it meant inconsonance. She couldn’t run, couldn’t go for walks, couldn’t bounce on the trampoline with her kids. It limited her freedom.
These past two years have been difficult for all of us but especially for seniors in our community. Due to social isolation and lack of activity many are less active and more at risk for falls.
We spoke online with Maciek Krolikowski to talk about the difference between kinesiology and physiotherapy, connecting with patients, and the move from the prairies to the west coast.
We met Thomas Zhou over the internet to chat with him about growing up playing hockey, moving to Victoria, and connecting with others through Zoom workouts.
We know from the research that people who are at risk for falls, or are losing their balance, suffer from many kinds of related impacts. This class can help.
I always recommend a thorough bike fit to highlight and correct all problem areas. There are a few common problem areas I see in many of my clients, and today, I want to share a few of those issues.
We love having our clinic in Oak Bay, and want to share some of our favourite spots to work out and stay active.