Patellofemoral pain syndrome is a general term we use to describe the symptoms of pain or swelling at the front of your knee. This condition typically presents with a gradual onset of symptoms usually located on the front of your knee. It eventually results in increasing pain, limited range of movement of your knee, and decreased ability to walk, … [Read more...] about Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome
As a team of physiotherapists with a lot of experience in the industry we have noticed something! Our society has a tendency to wait until there’s a problem with our bodies before taking initiative and doing something about our health. This often leads patients and healthcare professionals to treat the symptoms of the problem and never truely … [Read more...] about The Benefits of Walking
What Are the Stages of Osteoarthritis? In general, Osteoarthritis can be classified into 4 main stages. Stage 1: A joint with stage 1 Osteoarthritis will have very minor "wear and tear" in the affected joint. Zero to minimal inflammation will be present in this stage, and typically any pain experienced will be very mild and dissipate … [Read more...] about Osteoarthritis – Part 2
What is it? What can be done? Osteoarthritis is simply defined as the wearing down of the bone surfaces that make up a joint. Every joint in your body is comprised of at least 2 bones that slide and glide across each other. This gives you the ability to move and bend your body through space. If you were to open up one of your joints to … [Read more...] about Osteoarthritis – Part 1
The word "Physiotherapy" is used very often in the context of healthcare. Physiotherapy can be defined as a treatment method that focuses on the science of movement. The overall goal of Physiotherapy is to help people restore, maintain and maximize their physical strength, movement, function, and overall … [Read more...] about Physiotherapy: What exactly is it??