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Staying Healthy On Your Bike!

We’re all aware of the health benefits of keeping active, and what better way to enjoy the outdoors than hopping on your bike.  Cycling is a great choice for physical fitness.  Not only does it work your cardiovascular system but it also requires the use of many different muscles in your body.  As with any

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Are You Practicing Self-Care?

That is a good question?  If asked, I think many of us would admit that we are not great at self-care because we equate self-care with being self-indulgent or being selfish.  We feel like taking care of ourselves is taking time away from others and that causes us anxiety and guilt.  The truth is, that

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Erectile Dysfunction and Pelvic Physiotherapy

Penile Rehab and Sexual Health in Male Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy When the first male pelvic health course was taught, Australian Professor Pauline Chiarelli concluded that men’s health was 30 years behind women’s health. We are closing the gap and continuing to focus on the evolution of pelvic floor physiotherapy for males. After all… everyone has

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Is My Home Exercise Really That Important?

When you come to A Body In Motion Rehabilitation for physiotherapy not only will you receive treatment while you are at the clinic but your physiotherapist will also create a personalized home exercise program (HEP) for you to do between your visits to the clinic.  The HEP can be anything from one quick stretch to

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Headache Relief!

Most of us have had more than our fair share of headaches!  They are very common and can be influenced by stress, sleeping positions, posture, work and exercise habits.  The most common types of headaches are tension headaches, neck headaches and migraines.  If you experience headaches, you know how frustrating and debilitating they can be.

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Pelvic Physiotherapy Can Help Navigate Prostate Cancer Healing

In 2019, The WHO reported that there are 1.3 million new cases of prostate cancer per year and that there are 307, 000 deaths annually. The Prostate Cancer Organization of Australia has reported that: 1 in 6 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer vs 1 in 9 women diagnosed with breast cancer. Men have a

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Knee Pain Got You Down??

Have you ever had a nagging pain or clicking on the outside of your knee? Have you ever experienced pain running up and down the outer portion of your upper leg? If you are participating in activities which require you to repetitively bend your knee like walking long distances, cycling, hiking, or running, and you

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It’s All In How You Say It!

There is a common language that is often used by people to describe back issues!! We tend to hear statements like “my back went out”, “my disc slipped”, “my back is unstable” and “I have a disease called degenerative disc disease”. And I don’t know how you feel about it, but we feel like these

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Construct Your Own Road!

Today may be a fresh start to a new week or it may be a continuation of time passed or it may simply be survival mode! ⁣⁣Life is about “construction”! Some days we are ready to throw on the hard hat, buckle up and take on the task at hand! Other days, the thought of

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In Need Of An Early Start??

Are you an early riser? Do you like to start your day up with birds? ⁣⁣Did you know that A Body In Motion Rehab has a crew of early risers? Our Physiotherapists and our Pelvic Physios are here Monday through Friday beginning at 6am! ⁣⁣We believe that early morning starts are the best way to

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Let’s talk BMs and constipation with Pelvic PT Nadia (@pelvichealthharmony)   How are you pooping? Constipation can be the most uncomfortable of all the digestive issues. It is responsible for multiple emergency and physician visits. Constipation mainly effects women and children and often is difficult to treat because there can be many different causes. Some of

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