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When Should I See a Physiotherapist?

When Should I See a Physiotherapist?

Have you ever been injured and wondered if physiotherapy can help? Or have you thought to yourself “I’ll just rest a bit and it should heal on it’s own”? Then a week goes by, and then two weeks, then before you know it, it’s been over a...
Cranial Function (Part 2)

Cranial Function (Part 2)

Let’s talk more about cranial function! Quick recap – a few weeks ago we went over the general nervous system parts. Remember the watery liquid throughout the brain and spinal cord is called CSF. This fluid acts as temperature control to cool the brain, waste...
Cranial Function (Part 1)

Cranial Function (Part 1)

Did you know there’s watery liquid that circulates through the brain’s structures, around the brain, and the spinal cord? It is referred to as cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). This fluid takes away toxins and impurities from the brain, transfers nutrients, and protects the...
Baby’s Reflexes & Chiropractic Care

Baby’s Reflexes & Chiropractic Care

There is nothing better than holding a newborn in your arms. The way they turn their head towards you as you stroke their cheek, or the way their hands wrap tightly around your one finger…nothing compares to their little movements. But did you know these are actual...
March on with some Spring in your step!

March on with some Spring in your step!

Did you know at least 80% of the general population has foot problems? This is a big deal – because foot problems can alter gait and may cause pathology in upstream joints (think the knees – hips – spine!). The two main functions of the feet and ankles are for...