Desk Ergonomics: Posture and Position

We all know what we should be doing but sometimes a good reminder is always needed! So here goes…the QUICK AND DIRTY: Feet are fully supported flat on the floor (or footrest) Knees resting at 90° angle (thighs parallel to floor) Seat depth allows 2-3 fingers between back of knee and end of seat Backrest […]

Batch Cooking! The new way to ‘meal prep/plan’

Let’s face it, as much as we’d like to curate beautiful instagram or tiktok worthy meals, we don’t have the time!  I’m here to show you how to take the daunting instagram worthy thoughts out of meal planning and prepping and learn a simpler way to get healthy meals on the table (or on your […]

Active vs. Passive Stretches – What’s the difference?

While stretching is a key tool to increasing flexibility and ranges of motion, knowing the techniques and different types of stretching can help you choose the proper type at the proper time. This will also help you prevent injuries and take your performance and function to another level. There many types of stretching, and two of […]

5 Ways to be active this summer without going to the gym!

Getting back into the swing of things and taking control of your health can be a daunting task, let alone with the pressure of going back to the gym. Here are 5 ways you can get back to being active without going to the gym.   First, we have one of the simplest and most […]

Wake up your feet! Improve your intrinsic foot strength

Our feet provide the base of support for every step we take and the majority of our everyday tasks but are largely forgotten when it comes to strengthening!  Just like a foundation that’s carefully engineered to support the bridges and buildings around us, our feet are designed to do the same for our bodies.  We […]

Take care of your body, it is the only place you have to live.
– Jim Rohn

Core Strength for Low Back Pain

By: Dr Sundeep Sandher What is core strength? Our core muscles help stabilize our spine and provide stability. A stable spine allows us to complete our daily tasks without discomfort and reduce the risk of injury (1). Our core musculature includes; rectus and transverse abdominins, internal and external oblique, quadratus lumborum, gluteal muscles, and paraspinals […]

Why can rehab help my concussion?

Put simply, a concussion changes the way our brain functions – causing it to work less optimally. It may be caused either by a direct blow to the head, face, neck, or elsewhere on the body with an “impulsive” force transmitted to the head. Signs and symptoms of a concussion are broad and include: fatigue, […]

Nagging headache? Physiotherapy can help!

Do you experience frequent headaches that start to affect your daily life and productivity? The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates 25-million working/school days are lost in the UK every year from headache disorders alone, and up to 4% of adults experience headaches 15+ days a month.  Headaches may not always be coming from your head. […]