Not all therapists are created equal. Just like clients most are lazy.
Elite athletes are are the kind of people that are so driven to success that when injured they go stir crazy, and get moody. The burning desire to train and compete propels them to continue to their journey regardless of the injury baring a completely debilitating injury i.e a broken leg, major surgery and the … Continue reading Elite Athletes
"...the right steps, time, and education, we can help athletes return to play safely and prolong their playing time. Failing to do this in my opinion puts them at risk..."
The sad part about concussions is not that we get them..it's that while awareness has increased thanks to the media, most still don't understand what it is, what it takes to get one, what to watch for, or even what to do to ensure you get better. Want to know more? Stay tuned and I … Continue reading Concussion Mystery
Recovering from Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) reconstruction surgery can be extremely challenging, especially for those that are used to being active. Limiting time spent on your feet, getting ample rest, and actively participating in physiotherapy may seem simple but remaining committed to these general guidelines for weeks to months can be challenging. Today I am […] … Continue reading ACL Reconstruction…
what does water do for the body? Your body is composed of roughly 60% water. That means when we are dehydrated – and most of us spend our days constantly dehydrated to some degree – we are affecting the performance of the majority of our body. Nearly all of our systems do not function as […] … Continue reading Why Water?
Like all things one must start somewhere and the beginning seems like a good place to me. It was 1982 and after being injured in what was now my second season in football it became clear that despite my love for the game it was not in my best interest to keep playing. Not only … Continue reading The Beginning