TMJ & Physiotherapy

TMJ & Physiotherapy

Temporomandibular Joint, better known as TMJ, refers to the two joints that connect your jaw bone or mandible, to the temporal bone of your skull. When functioning normally these joints allow you to move your jaw, chew, and speak without jaw pain or limitation....
Physiotherapy & Frozen Shoulder

Physiotherapy & Frozen Shoulder

Adhesive Capsulitis, more commonly referred to as “Frozen Shoulder” occurs in about 2-5% of the Canadian population. Through attending regular physical therapy with a Physiotherapist, addressing the pain and stiffness can be restored back to regular...
The Path to Wellness: Where Do I Start?

The Path to Wellness: Where Do I Start?

When we think about change most of get overwhelmed, I know I sure can. The mere thought of “Where do I start” causes us to freak out and run for the hills. However, that reaction is normal. Comfort zones are comfortable for a reason, and the thought of leaving your...