Archive for November, 2015

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Injury Time Out with Capilano Rehab: College Football Injuries

Injury Time Out with Capilano Rehab: College Football Injuries

| November 19, 2015 | Reply

Capilano Rehab is a recognized sports injury clinic of choice for university and amateur football players. For over a decade, we have been assessing and successfully treating a variety of football injuries, including but not limited to, dislocated shoulders, medial collateral strains and sprained ankles. Here is how Capilano Rehab Centre has helped one University Football player return to the game he loves!

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Diabetes Awareness Month | Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy

Diabetes Awareness Month | Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy

| November 9, 2015 | Reply

November is Diabetes Awareness Month. Diabetes has many different side effects, but a common side effect for 50-90% of people with diabetes for 10 years or longer is Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy (DPN). At Capilano Rehab Centre we want to help! Capilano’s Magnetic BioStimulation (MBS) Therapy is a viable treatment option for DPN. At Capilano Rehab our MBS G-Pulse is a state-of-the-art system that combines pulsating electromagnetic energy (of low frequency) with monochromatic infrared rays. The application is safe, allows for deep penetration, and does not have side effects.

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Injury Time Out with Capilano Rehab: Connor McDavid and a Fractured Collar Bone

Injury Time Out with Capilano Rehab: Connor McDavid and a Fractured Collar Bone

| November 4, 2015 | Reply

Capilano Rehab Centre has provided rehabilitation treatment for many athletes of varying ages and skill levels who have suffered broken clavicles. Generally a fractured clavicle will take 6-12 weeks to recover, but there are different factors that can effect recovery rates. Our senior Physical Therapist Greg Krook, who has a special interest in shoulder injuries and has treated many of them successfully, discusses what he usually recommends as a course of action for his patients that do not have any specific complications.

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