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December 2016

How To Host A Holiday Dinner And Not Get Hurt

This article was inspired by my sister.  She is the resident chef for all of our major family gatherings, like Christmas and Thanksgiving.  She does such an amazing job at preparing absolutely delicious mouth watering meals that could feed 20-35... Continue Reading →

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When performing the plank, you should: Keep your core muscles engaged to maintain a stable frame.  Draw in your belly button and squeeze your glutes. Breathe normally, this is an endurance exercise so you will need the oxygen. Keep your... Continue Reading →

Why Ballet Dancers Are Superhumans

I had the great honour and pleasure of volunteering my physiotherapy services for some of the dancers from Canada's Ballet Jorgen prior to their performance of the Nutcracker, a Canadian tradition, in London.  This has now been my second time working with this... Continue Reading →

6 Cool Gadgets To Improve Your Desk Job!

In a previous article, we talked about ways to improve your work station ergonomics.  Here we take it one level further with specific ergonomic tech recommendations that will pimp your desk.  No hydraulics under the desk although that would definitely... Continue Reading →

7 Ways Winter Is Trying To Hurt You!

Check out our Affiliate Marketing Disclaimer.   7 Ways Winter Is Trying to Hurt You! Have you ever thought that a season could hurt you?  Here's my theory: Winter is out to get us all.  I've compiled a list of 7... Continue Reading →

Crush Neck Pain With This Simple Trick!

There’s a reason why the expression is:  “You’re a pain in my neck!” and not you’re a pain my elbow or foot.  This highlights the level annoyance associated with neck pain; not to diminish the symptoms of tennis elbow or... Continue Reading →

The Back Pain Survival Kit

If you've ever suffered from low back pain, there is no doubt that you now have a greater appreciation for how much you depend on your back for many daily activities we take for granted. Some episodes of low back... Continue Reading →

If you can't fly then run, if you can't run then walk, if you can't walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward. Martin Luther King Jr.  

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