Category: Radial Shockwave Therapy

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Capilano Rehab Talks Elbow Pain on 630 CHED

Capilano Rehab Talks Elbow Pain on 630 CHED

| February 14, 2017 | Reply

Catch Capilano Rehab on 630 CHED Talk to the Experts, Saturday, February 18th, at 12 noon.

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Injury Time Out with Capilano Rehab: Work Ergonomics

Injury Time Out with Capilano Rehab: Work Ergonomics

| July 13, 2015 | Reply

Life can chip away at our posture and we are most times not even aware of it. Over time this poor posture can lead to headaches, decreased neck range of motion and pain as well as pain between your shoulder blades. These gradual postural changes accumulate over time and lead to chronic problems.

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Sports Rehab at Capilano Rehab Centre

Sports Rehab at Capilano Rehab Centre

| August 18, 2014 | Reply

The Physical Therapists at Capilano Rehab are committed to customized client care and progressive and state of the art therapy equipment and approaches. There are a variety of treatment options and our Physical Therapists will tailor your treatment plan to what will benefit you and your injury best. Capilano Rehab Centre has excelled at treating the sports injuries of elite and recreational athletes for over 20 years, and we have successfully helped NHL, AHL, WHL, Pro-Football, Pro-Basketball, Olympians, Team Canada, CIS, ACAC, and high school athletes get back to action quickly and safely.

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Is Your Everyday Life Contributing To Your Aches And Pains?

Is Your Everyday Life Contributing To Your Aches And Pains?

| February 27, 2014 | Reply

Whether we recognize it or not, we all do things throughout the day that can contribute to bad posture. Activities of our everyday life help contribute to postural strain and the aches and pains that come along with it. Over time poor posture can lead to back problems, headaches, decreased neck range of motion and pain as well as pain between your shoulder blades.

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Do Your Knees Hurt After Shooting Some Hoops?

Do Your Knees Hurt After Shooting Some Hoops?

| August 22, 2013 | Reply

Jumper’s Knee is a chronic overuse injury to the patellar tendon (the tendon between your knee cap and lower leg) from repetitive jumping. When you come down quickly after a jump, you bend your knees to absorb the shock. This forced bend stresses your patellar tendon and can sometimes cause pain and inflammation to where your tendon attaches to the bone.

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You Don’t Have to Play in the US Open to Suffer From Tennis Elbow

You Don’t Have to Play in the US Open to Suffer From Tennis Elbow

| August 15, 2013 | Reply

While the average joe does not hit the ball as hard as Serena or any other Tennis Pro, there is still a significant force being put through your wrist, elbows and shoulders, as well as stabilizing support muscles like hamstrings and groins that must cope with quick side to side, forward, and backward movements.

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