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  • 20/09/2021 0 Comments
    How to Develop a Successful Exercise Routine

    Many people begin their exercise routines with intentions of getting stronger, losing weight and improving health, but wind up disappointed when they lose willpower and commitment. Physiotherapy can help you develop a routine you can stick to!

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  • 13/09/2021 0 Comments
    How Physiotherapy Can Put an End to Nagging Headaches

    Hobbled by Chronic Headaches? Physiotherapy May Hold Your Answers.

     

    The minute you feel that familiar pain and pressure coming on, you know you’re in for a bad time. Headaches are regrettable commonplace in today’s world, with 80 to 90 percent of Canadians enduring a tension headache at some point or other. But while some headaches are caused by biochemical imbalances, hypertension, tumors or other causes, many of them are the direct result of musculoskeletal problems.

     

    Fortunately, physiotherapy is tailor-made to address and correct musculoskeletal problems, including the issues behind chronic headache pain. Let’s examine how our physiotherapist can help you get rid of those nagging headaches the natural way.

     

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  • 07/09/2021 0 Comments
    Falling Temperatures and Physiotherapy

    People have long believed that there is a link between the weather and our well-being. These days, the prevailing theories as to why so many people seem to get sick in the winter months are that the cold weather makes our immune systems less effective, and that people tend to spend more time together indoors with the windows shut, making it more likely that they will spread infections between one another.

     

    But what about physical pain? Is there any truth to the age-old adage that some people can physically feel when bad weather is approaching? As it turns out, there just might be.

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  • 30/08/2021 0 Comments
    Working From Home Shouldn't Be a Pain in the Neck - or Back

    It has been quite a year, hasn’t it? You may be one of the millions of Americans who have found themselves working from home. Before the pandemic hit, 20% of our workforce worked from their homes, but that number has increased to 71% at it's peak. Clearly, many people enjoy not having to commute or smell fish from their coworkers’ microwaved leftovers, because 54% of those people would like to continue to work from home even when the pandemic is over.

     

    If you are one of those who are working from home, you may have noticed some stiffness or soreness in your neck, shoulders, or back after your hours on the laptop.

     

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  • 23/08/2021 0 Comments
    Everything You Need To Know To Visit A Winnipeg Physio

    We know that finding the right physio can be hard, and it is challenging to get your questions answered. But don’t worry we got you! In this post we go over what physiotherapists do, how much it may cost and how much is covered extended health plans.

     

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  • 16/08/2021 0 Comments
    Tips To Maximize Your Massage Therapy Experience

    Massage therapy is an excellent way to improve your mental and physical well-being. Whether it’s for pain relief, stress alleviation, or injury rehabilitation, massages can have a wide range of health benefits. Sometimes, however, your massage experience may not be exactly how you wanted or imagined it to be. Maybe you had a difficult time relaxing, or perhaps the room was too hot, or the music was not to your liking; many internal and external factors can affect your massage session.

     

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  • 09/08/2021 0 Comments
    Signs of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

    When you feel a tingling sensation in your fingers, you might immediately suspect carpal tunnel syndrome. Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common medical diagnosis that affects more than 300,000 thousand people in Canada each year. Look for these signs in order to determine if it's time to see a medical professional about a carpal tunnel syndrome diagnosis and treatment.  

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  • 02/08/2021 0 Comments
    Athletic Therapy VS Physiotherapy

    One of the many misunderstood areas of medical treatments is the differences between athletic therapy and physiotherapy. Some individuals may understand the general ideas of physiotherapy but may not be very familiar with athletic therapy, which leads to confusion between the two types of treatment. While both methods of treatment share similarities, there are some differences that separate them.

     

    In terms of similarities, both methods of treatment focus on rehabilitating injuries. Both can perform hands-on modality treatments that can relieve pain, improve mobility as well as restore proper function of specific muscles and joints.

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  • 26/07/2021 0 Comments
    Treating Summer Sports Injuries

    With summer well under way, outdoor sports are in full swing. From Little League tournaments to pick-up games of basketball, kids and adults alike are getting active outside.

     

    With any sports activity, there is a risk for injury.

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  • 19/07/2021 0 Comments
    Four Strategies to Minimize The Impact of Sports Injuries on Your Kids

    Do you have a child or youth in organized sports? Are you wondering whether there are things that could be done to build a strong foundation and minimize their chance of injury? Whether they’re in sports for fun, for their mental health, or they’re training to become the next Olympian or pro athlete, the answer is yes! And the earlier you start, the better!

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  • 12/07/2021 0 Comments
    Dealing With Morning Achiness? Find Relief with Physiotherapy

    Are you suffering from aches and pains in the morning? Unfortunately, millions of people experience sore muscles and stiff joints in the morning.

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  • 05/07/2021 0 Comments
    Incorporating Massage into your Wellness Routine

    This year of social distancing affected all of us in different ways. So will returning to a lifestyle that’s much closer to normal. Whether you feel yourself re-entering the world with a burst of activity or a bit of hesitation, regular massage therapy services can serve as the self-care that helps you find balance, keep calm, and feel great during these changing times.

     

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  • 28/06/2021 0 Comments
    Home Remedies to Help With Tension Headaches or Migraines

    Many clients suffer from tension headaches or migraines. Often, it is difficult to differentiate between the two and the pain can be all-consuming.

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  • 21/06/2021 0 Comments
    Physical Therapy Helps Your Shoulder Pain

    As many as 1 in 4 Canadians experience shoulder pain.  Pain ranges from a mild nuisance to severe disability.  Shoulder pain has many origins.  Rotator cuff disorders are the most common.  Many others suffer from a frozen shoulder, labral tear, or instability.

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  • 14/06/2021 0 Comments
    How Can Massage Therapy Help With Lockdown Burnout?

    Have you found that your productivity levels have started to dwindle the longer the COVID-19 pandemic continues? Has living through a pandemic caused your mood to feel down and stress levels to go up? If so, you are not alone. Lockdown burnout is a new term that has come out of this pandemic, and it describes the exhaustion many of us are experiencing.

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  • 07/06/2021 0 Comments
    Ways to Avoid Injuries While Gardening

    Common gardening tasks, such as digging, planting, weeding, mulching and raking can cause stress and strain on muscles and joints, especially for seniors or those who are generally not very active. The shoulders, back, neck and knees are prime targets. Following these tips can help you minimize the risk of injury:

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  • 31/05/2021 0 Comments
    How to Manage Work-From-Home Back Pain

    If you’ve been working from home for the past several months, the early weeks seemed to have its advantages. You did not have to commute, could complete assignments from home and more easily limit contact with others.

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  • 24/05/2021 0 Comments
    Physiotherapy for Golfers

    With the weather getting nicer and some provinces beginning to ease restrictions related to COVID-19, many Canadians have been looking forward to heading out to their favourite golf course and enjoying the game they love. But what if you’re experiencing pain or discomfort in your golf swing?

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  • 17/05/2021 0 Comments
    Soft Tissue Knee Injury

    If you’re experiencing severe knee pain, stiffness, or instability, soft tissue injury could be the cause. Below, we’ll take a closer look at the symptoms that characterize this type of knee pain, and how to know when it’s important to seek physical therapy for a knee injury.

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  • 08/05/2021 0 Comments
    Exercises & Treatment for Shoulder Pain

    The shoulders bear a lot of weight and perform a wide variety of movements every day, so it’s no surprise that many people suffer from persistent shoulder pain — even those who don’t play sports. Shoulder injuries can worsen if left untreated, so it’s important to seek shoulder pain treatment early. Your physical therapist can provide exercises to relieve tension and pain in the shoulder complex. Below, we’ll look at the causes of pain in the shoulder joints, muscles, and tendons, how to know when to seek physical therapy, and simple exercises for shoulder pain that you can perform at home.

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  • 01/05/2021 0 Comments
    Stretches For Lower Back Pain

    Low back pain is an inevitable part of our modern lives and affects almost a quarter of the Canadian population. Fortunately, there are a number of ways to relieve common lower back pain at home, from lower back stretches to muscle-building exercises. Explore these at-home back pain exercises and back stretches to find relief for your symptoms.

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  • 26/04/2021 0 Comments
    Concussions - Some Useful Info For You

    A concussion is an injury to the brain from an acceleration then deceleration force on the brain – so basically any force that causes a quick jar or shaking of your brain.

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  • 19/04/2021 0 Comments
    Get Moving Again With Physiotherapy

    If you’ve been living with acute or chronic pain, physiotherapy can help. Whatever your injury or underlying condition may be, our licensed physiotherapists understand how pain can significantly impact your daily life.

     

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  • 12/04/2021 0 Comments
    What If I Don't Like To Exercise?

    Motivation, interest, and enthusiasm are important for successful exercise. Sure, exercise can be a miserable experience for some. You are sore, tired, breathing is challenging, you smell, and you are constantly hungry afterward. What is an easy way to make the experience worse? Do something that brings zero joy.

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  • 05/04/2021 0 Comments
    How To Ease Yourself Back Into Golf After A Break

    There are times in our lives where we may play golf every day of the week. Yet, there are other times where we may not pick up the sticks for months. These long breaks from golf sometimes prove to be good for our game. Many people realize that a few of their swing flaws seem to disappear when they take a break.

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  • 22/03/2021 0 Comments
    Four Symptoms That Suggest You'd Benefit From Physical Therapy

    After a significant injury, it may be obvious that you need surgery or physical therapy, but many times the need for physical therapy is not so apparent. When your pain develops slowly over time, you may need to look for a physical therapy professional rather than dealing with the pain and hoping it goes away on it's own. 

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  • What To Do About Wrist Pain
    16/03/2021 0 Comments
    What to Do About Wrist Pain?

    Experiencing pain in your wrist and hand is not uncommon for the average person. This kind of pain is caused by common problems like carpal tunnel syndrome. Harbourview Therapy covers at-home stretches and other tips to help with pain in your wrist and hand!

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  • Dealing With Severe Knee Pain
    09/03/2021 0 Comments
    Dealing with Severe Knee Pain

    Severe knee pain is a condition that most people will experience in the course of their lives. The question is how do you begin to deal with knee pain? You can do simple stretches and exercises at home or stop into our Winnipeg physiotherapy clinic but the best thing is knowledge. Harbourview Therapy covers all things knees below. 

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    08/03/2021 0 Comments
    Is Physical Therapy Expensive?

    If you’re suffering from an injury, receiving physical therapy in Winnipeg is an excellent way to recover and get back to your full range of motion. But is physical therapy expensive? While your physical therapy price may vary depending on insurance benefits, the team at Harbourview Therapy will work with you and your carrier to ensure you get the care you need.

     

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Tuesday 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM

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