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2 Great Mother’s Day Gift Ideas

2 Great Mother’s Day Gift Ideas

| May 10, 2017 | Reply

Mother’s Day is almost here and it looks like Spring has also finally arrived! Some people struggle with what to get Mom, and if you are one of those people, I have a couple of nifty ideas that could help you.

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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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Winter Wrist Twists

Winter Wrist Twists

| January 9, 2017 | Reply

Old Man Winter seems to love twisted and broken wrists. Winter conditions in Canada are perfect to create a situation where you slip and cannot always recover. Since your body naturally wants to break its fall, you end up falling on an outstretched arm leading to a Distal Radial Fracture (more commonly known as a Broken Wrist).

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Injury Time Out with Capilano Rehab | Knee Pain with Spencer Carless

Injury Time Out with Capilano Rehab | Knee Pain with Spencer Carless

| December 21, 2016 | Reply

Certain high velocity sports and/or repetitive explosive movement sports, such as basketball and volleyball, tend to cause lower leg issues. For example a minor kneecap tracking problem, compounded with repetitive motion over time, can lead to an infra patellar tendonitis, or jumper’s knee.

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Injury Time Out With Capilano: Graston Technique®

Injury Time Out With Capilano: Graston Technique®

| September 16, 2016 | Reply

Marie-Josée is the newest Physical Therapist at Capilano Rehab Centre to add Graston Technique® (GT) to her list of professional credentials. At Capilano we are always looking for ways to improve treatment and pain relief for our patients in their rehab journey.

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Injury Time Out with Capilano Rehab: Distal Radius Fracture

Injury Time Out with Capilano Rehab: Distal Radius Fracture

| January 7, 2016 | Reply

Falling onto an outstretched arm is a common cause of a distal radial fracture. Your radius is the larger of the two bones that make up your forearm, the part of your arm from your elbow to your wrist. Even though it is the larger of the two, it is the most commonly broken arm-bone. There are different types of fractures that can result but whatever the specifics, forearm and wrist fractures usually have one thing in common: Physiotherapy can get you moving after your injury.

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