Blog - Oriole Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation Center
Sports Injuries: How to Get Back in the Game Faster
22 Sep

Sports Injuries: How to Get Back in the Game Faster

Sports injuries are an occupational hazard for a great many athletes. No matter how safely you exercise, it’s likely that you’ll experience a sports injury at some point in your career. The trick is knowing what to do when they happen and how to take care of yourself afterward. Proper care is a must to […]

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How Physiotherapy Can Help You Get a Good Night’s Sleep
25 Aug

How Physiotherapy Can Help You Get a Good Night’s Sleep

In this modern society, we often sacrifice adequate sleep to keep up with the demands of our busy lifestyles. We compromise a good night’s sleep for work, academic obligations, family responsibilities, or various social activities. However, sleep deprivation can take a toll on both our professional and personal lives. In fact, a recent survey by […]

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Benefits of Massage Therapy for Pregnant Women
13 Jul

Benefits of Massage Therapy for Pregnant Women

Pregnancy is often one of the happiest chapters in a woman’s life. However, the body undergoes drastic changes, including an enormous influx of hormones, weight gain, postural changes, increased blood volume, shifting of organs, and enlarged breasts. Consequently, the entire pregnancy period can be uncomfortable. Many women experience pain and discomfort for months.  While pain […]

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Is It Safe to Try Acupuncture During Pregnancy?
18 Jun

Is It Safe to Try Acupuncture During Pregnancy?

Many soon-to-be-moms claim to have had amazing experiences with acupuncture in soothing pain and tension that come along with pregnancy. Several scientific studies show that acupuncture helps treat and relieve a range of aches and discomforts in pregnant women. If the wonders of acupuncture spark interest, this post aims to explore the safety and efficacy […]

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Bladder and Bowel Problems? Turn to Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy
20 May

Bladder and Bowel Problems? Turn to Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

Think of the pelvis as the home of your bladder, uterus, rectum, and vagina (in women) or prostate (in men). In this analogy, the pelvic floor muscles serve as its foundation. These muscles provide a support structure that keeps the pelvic organs in their respective places by wrapping around the pelvic bone.  When the muscles, […]

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How to Get the Most out of Your Physiotherapy Sessions
14 Apr

How to Get the Most out of Your Physiotherapy Sessions

A physiotherapist can help alleviate pain and regain movement and functionality whether you’re recovering from an injury or dealing with a chronic condition. Regardless of your reasons for undergoing physiotherapy, you need to make the most out of your physiotherapy treatment to promote healing.  Maximize your time and energy during your physiotherapy sessions with the […]

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Home Exercises You Can Try to Reduce Dizziness
19 Mar

Home Exercises You Can Try to Reduce Dizziness

Dizziness is caused by a disruption in your vestibular system, which contributes to your sense of balance and spatial orientation. Depending on the duration and severity of your dizzy spells, you may need a physiotherapist to evaluate your condition so they can determine if you need vestibular rehabilitation therapy (VRT).  If your symptoms are mild […]

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7 Surprising Benefits of Physiotherapy
16 Feb

7 Surprising Benefits of Physiotherapy

Many people with general medical conditions and injuries, which limit movement and function, seek physiotherapy. This non-invasive treatment method stimulates the body’s natural healing ability to restore, maximize, and maintain physical strength without surgery and dependence on pain medications. The core of the treatment includes the involvement of the patient in their own treatment plan, […]

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Easy Kegel Exercises for Menopausal Women
29 Jan

Easy Kegel Exercises for Menopausal Women

Menopause can bring significant changes to a woman’s body. Many women may experience pelvic floor dysfunction after the menopausal period. Symptoms may include urinary frequency (the need to constantly use the toilet) or urgency (the need to get to the toilet in a hurry or not making it there in time). The pelvic floor muscles […]

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Tips to Manage and Avoid Back Pain During Winter
21 Dec

Tips to Manage and Avoid Back Pain During Winter

Some people have a love-hate relationship with the winter season. The picturesque panorama of a fluffy white blanket of snow covering the surroundings, snowfall, the exciting outdoor activities, and of course, the holiday get-togethers are just some of the things people love about the cold weather. However, the drop in temperature can also bring about […]

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