Month: April 2020

  • Why Telehealth Stinks

    Why Telehealth Stinks

    Practically overnight, Telehealth has become the go-to method for delivering many healthcare services.  The transition is certainly a necessary evil during this pandemic, and while it can be made to work for the time being, the truth is: Telehealth Stinks. Why? Telehealth has quickly transformed the Healthcare system to one that is (by design) void […]

  • Back sleeper? Things to look out for….

    Back sleeper? Things to look out for….

    Waking up every morning with tightness in your neck or back is not okay. It may be because of the sleeping positions you are in. Unsupported sleeping for 6-7 hours at night may continue to cause strain in the body where your back muscles have to work hard to get your body back to neutral. […]

  • Enhanced Immune Function

    Enhanced Immune Function

    Most people understand the basic function of the Immune System.  Like a built-in security system, it monitors everything coming into your body to ensure it belongs there.  When the system performs optimally, it detects harmful intruders and damaged tissue and responds appropriately. Like any other system, Immune function can become over-challenged and under-supported. It may […]

  • What is Visceral Manipulation?

    What is Visceral Manipulation?

    Viscera – relates to the internal organs of the body, such as the liver, kidneys and intestines. Visceral manipulation (VM) is a gentle form of manual therapy that aids your body’s ability to release restrictions and unhealthy compensations that cause pain and dysfunction. VM does not focus solely on the site of pain or dysfunction, […]

  • COVID-19 Update

    COVID-19 Update

    April 3, 2020 Our Physios are now wearing cloth masks throughout treatment hours, in compliance with the CDC’s voluntary recommendations. We remain vigilant in our distancing and cleaning procedures while continuing to provide care for new and existing Clients. Administrative staff continues to work from home to reduce the number of people in the offices. […]