Category Archives: PHYSIOTHERAPY

S.M.A.R.T. gardening tips

Spring is upon us, and Canadians are prepping their gardens for planting. If you have a garden, you know that taking care of it is a whole-season job that can be hard on the back. Before you get your hands dirty this year, here are tips from the Ontario Physiotherapy Association on gardening safely and […]

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Prevent sports injuries before they start!

May is National Physiotherapy Month, and it’s a great time to increase awareness about what physiotherapy can do for you. Growing up, I was a competitive athlete, and I was drawn to physiotherapy because I saw what physio could do to help reduce pain, improve healing, and get you back to the field quickly without much […]

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National Physiotherapy Month

May is National Physiotherapy Month! If you’re curious about physiotherapy and what it can do for you, this is a great time to find out, as Canada celebrates National Physiotherapy Month. Reserve an appointment with a physiotherapist today — no doctor’s note required.   In celebration of Physiotherapy Month, MHN has a special offer for […]

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Meet the MHN Team! Physiotherapist Sharon Shew

Sharon is passionate about helping people get mobile, stay fit and be healthy. As MHN’s co-founder and director of clinical services and as a registered physiotherapist, Sharon is deeply involved in client care, as well as MHN’s fitness programs and community initiatives. The most rewarding aspect of her work is helping people to feel better […]

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Is physiotherapy right for you?

Physiotherapists use a wide range of techniques to help people improve or regain their mobility. They personalize treatment to each individual’s needs. According to the Ontario Physiotherapy Association, physiotherapy is effective in the treatment and management of arthritis, diabetes, spinal cord injury, stroke and traumatic brain injury, and respiratory conditions, helping people maintain “an optimum level […]

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