Tag - "Sports Chiropractor"

Learnings from the recent physiotherapy concussion symposium

Sport Physiotherapy Canada- Clinical Considerations for Interdisciplinary Care: Concussion Symposium This past weekend, I had the opportunity to attend the first annual Sport Physiotherapy Canada Concussion Symposium. This conference focuses on the current best practices surrounding concussion management and the speakers included the top researchers, clinicians and neurosurgeons in the [...]

The ‘golden rule’ to avoid injuries

I recently ran the Hamilton Half Marathon and as an (extremely) novice runner I enlisted the help of a running coach/programmer. I was attracted to his methodology as he uses a scientific approach to his programming (he was an engineer in a past life and has carried many of [...]

The single most important determinant of injury and rehabilitation from injury

Like the catchy title? Regretfully this is not a blog about some new enthralling gadget that can accurately determine who will get injured…..because nothing like this exists. There is one factor however that simultaneously both determines tissue injury and is the most important factor in injury rehabilitation – tissue [...]

ACL BLOG Part 3: Prevention

In the final installment of my 3-part ACL blog, I’ll finally touch on ways to reduce the risk of ACL injuries. While there have been several neuromuscular warm-up programs to reduce the incidence of ACL tears, this blog will focus on the evidence surrounding the FIFA 11+. So how do [...]

Enough with the cupping….what’s with that ugly tape?

Does KT Tape Work? With the 2016 RIO Olympic Games just around the corner, viewers will be showered with a plethora of fun, colourful taping jobs displayed on many athletes. So what is this tape and does it even work? What is kinesio-taping (KT)? Kinesio-Taping or KT tape is an elastic, [...]