Entries by bossphysio

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Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy: A Treatment Many Need

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy Whitby Pelvic floor physiotherapy is a physical therapy specialty that assesses and treats the muscles and tissues of the pelvic region. If you’re experiencing problems with muscles of the pelvic floor, such as incontinence, prolapse, or chronic pelvic pain, a pelvic floor physiotherapist in Whitby can help you find relief and improve […]

Roadmap to Finding the Best Oshawa Physiotherapy

Looking to find the best physiotherapist in Oshawa, Ontario? Well, there are a few key factors to consider. Physiotherapy is also known as physical therapy.  This branch of healthcare focuses on the assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and management of physical injuries, disabilities, and pain. It uses a combination of exercises, manual (hands-on) therapy, and modalities (e.g. […]

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Physical Therapy for Plantar Fasciitis

Physical Therapy for Plantar Fasciitis Work at a desk? On your feet all day? If you’re in one of these two situations, chances are you need to give your feet a little TLC. Plantar fascia is a strong band of tissue at the bottom of your feet. Most of you at some point in life […]

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Why I Chose to Build a Physiotherapy Clinic in Whitby

“Crazy” is the definition of how this whole process of building a physiotherapy clinic in Whitby happened. So, where to begin?  Well, I come from an extensive history of building businesses. It actually didn’t matter what it was initially. I ventured into tutoring, restaurants, SEO, health & wellness, and more. You name it, I probably […]

Looking for the Best Physiotherapy in Whitby?

How to Find the Best Physiotherapy in Whitby Where is the best physiotherapy in Whitby? Who is the best physiotherapist in Whitby?  The vast majority of folks dealing with an injury or pain likely want the best of the best to manage their treatment.  I personally know many who are amazing at what they do. […]

4 Reasons Your Physical Therapy for Tennis Elbow Isn’t Working

Physical Therapy for Tennis Elbow Let’s not sugar-coat this, physical therapy for tennis elbow can be annoying. What’s more annoying is that the name of this injury is misleading. You don’t have to be Roger Federer to be at risk of developing it. Tennis elbow can affect anyone who uses their hands repeatedly for work. […]