Over the last few weeks, countless blogs and news headlines have been published relaying the same message: Mental illness does not discriminate.
Nothing can put a damper on your favourite spring activities like getting injured. Back pain, tendonitis and torn rotator cuffs are all common examples of the types of injuries we see at our clinic in Newmarket this time of year.
Healthy aging is a popular topic – and for good reason. When we think about our health as we get older, we often worry about things like weight gain, sex drive, or chronic diseases. But there are many other challenges that come with aging, such as hormonal changes, leaky gut, or variations to sleep and mood?
To help you prepare for the upcoming season, Align massage therapist Catherine Dawe, an accomplished runner herself, is sharing some of her favourite tips to help you make the most of your training this year:
February is known as the month of love—a time when we put extra effort into caring for the hearts of our loved ones by showering them in Valentine’s Day themed goodies. But how often do you care for your own heart?
Nothing quite describes January like the word “change.” The promise of a fresh start from a new calendar year has many of us eager to change old habits and adopt new ones—and it’s no secret that many of those resolutions have to do with our health.
Let’s address the elephant in the room here. There are several misconceptions about chiropractic treatments that may leave some people feeling uneasy about the prospect of getting adjusted. While more and more Canadians are beginning to include regular visits to their chiropractor in their healthcare regimen, there are many more who would greatly benefit from chiropractic care, but may be hesitant to give it a try.
For those who have made a commitment to a healthy lifestyle, the holiday season can feel like temptations are waiting around every corner. Staying healthy between Thanksgiving and the New Year is as simple as changing the way you think about the season. Rather than feeling like you have to say no to dessert or a glass of wine, try asking yourself: How will this impact my health? And note that sometimes, a slice of pie is good for your mental well-being!
When most people think of physiotherapy, they think of rehabilitation for acute and chronic injuries. But there is much more to the practice—as our physiotherapist Jonathan D’Sylva explains, “There are a lot of different things physio can help with. Physio can help with balance, breathing issues, and even boring stuff like improving your gait pattern.”