Are Vertigo and Dizziness the Same Thing?

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Every one of us has experienced some sort of sensation in our lifetime that we would label as dizziness, light-headedness or a feeling of being off balance. But what really is dizziness? Is dizziness and vertigo the same thing? Why does it matter? How can we treat it? Did you know? Dizziness and balance problems […]

Urinary Incontinence: How pelvic floor physiotherapy can help.

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What is Urinary Incontince? Urinary incontinence is a loss of bladder control that can lead to the leakage of urine. The two types of incontinence that will be discussed in this blog are stress incontinence and urge incontinence. For a complete list of types of incontinence, follow this link. Stress incontinence is the leakage of […]

Causes of Back Pain After Biking

Back Hurt Biking Red Spot

Since the COVID-19 shutdown, and with increasingly sunny days, more and more people are choosing to bike as a way to get around the city. As a result, a question I often get asked is, “why does my back hurt after biking?”. While there are many reasons why your back may hurt after biking, below […]

What is Fascia?

Faschia Article June 2020 Z

Definition of fascia Now, let’s talk fascia Healthy fascia is the ground substance that creates intricate webbing and support for all other structures. Connective tissue is our sensitive, bungee cord network for efficient, optimal movement and communication throughout our body. If you are nerding out right now, Robert Schleip has written a great clinical article […]

Concussion and Post-Concussion Syndrome: What exactly is it? How can Physiotherapy help?


Acute Concussion “A concussion is a traumatic brain injury induced by biomechanical forces” – Concussion in Sport Group – Berlin Consensus Statement 2016. What does that mean? A concussion is an acceleration/deceleration injury, in other words, a concussion is caused by a whiplash injury. The head must speed up (accelerate) and slow down (decelerate) quickly […]

Can Physiotherapy Help TMJ Dysfunction (TMD)?

TMJ Article May 2022

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the joint that connects the jawbone to your skull. You have one joint on either side of your face, and it is incredibly important for functions such as eating, talking, smiling, and intimacy. Temporomandibular Dysfunction (TMD) affects approximately 10% of the adult population. So, what are the common symptoms of […]