252017May
Keep Running, without Runner’s Knee

Keep Running, without Runner’s Knee

Runner’s knee, often called patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS), is a common condition where people, usually runners or athletes, experience pain beneath the patella or at the front of the knee. Runner who have had it know that it can put a serious damper on training, and those who haven’t had it are well aware that…

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122017May
Shockwave Therapy for Plantar Fasciitis

Shockwave Therapy for Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is a common condition characterized by painful heels that can take the pep out of your step. This painful condition can keep you from fully enjoying your life. Fortunately, there are ways to help including extracorporeal shockwave therapy (ESWT) at Pro Fusion Rehab Physiotherapy clinics in both Pickering and Milton, Ontario. What is…

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262017Apr
Gardening Tips from Your Physiotherapist

Gardening Tips from Your Physiotherapist

Amidst all of your garden planning ideas for your spring garden, remember to take the necessary steps to prevent injuring yourself in your garden. Those who garden often sometimes end up in pain from spending hours engrossed in various gardening activities. In case you are not aware of what’s happening, gardening can cause orthopedic injuries….

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132017Apr
Cupping therapy, everything you need to know

Cupping therapy, everything you need to know

Background of Chinese Cupping Therapy Many people have only been aware of cupping therapy since Michael Phelps proudly rocked his unmistakable “cupping marks” at the Rio Summer¬†Olympic Games. However, before cupping became a favorite therapy of athletes worldwide, cupping was a Chinese health technique dating back thousands of years. Though there are many variations, at…

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