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Scapulohumeral Rhythm

Normal shoulder function requires smooth integration of the following joints; glenohumeral joint, scapulothoracic, acromioclavicular, and sternoclavicular joint. This movement from the shoulder is referred to as the “Scapulohumeral Rhythm” and is required for full limb elevation.  It should be smooth, coordinated, and symmetrical. A dysfunction in any of the...

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Strength Training for the Osteoarthritic Knee

In my previous blog post entry, I covered range of motion exercises for the osteoarthritic knee. The next step once you’ve completed a stretching routine is to correct the muscular deficits which usually contribute to the development and progression of osteoarthritis. Stretching should never be done in isolation and should always compliment an...

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Shoulder Savers

Maintaining rotator cuff health is extremely important in overhead athletes and the active population. The shoulder is a complex joint consisting of many joints working together to perform a movement. The exercises below will focus on external rotation. Once you have an understanding to the wall slide you can...

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Back to School Meal Prepping

Back to school season is just about here, which also means back to the usual routine of busy day-to-day life. One thing that can help amidst all of the schoolwork, activities, running around, and keeping everything straight, is organized and healthy meal prepping before the start of each week....

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Homemade All Natural Bug Spray

Homemade All Natural Bug Repellant Spray Summer is here…which unfortunately also means those pesky little bug critters we all know and love are also here!  Insect bites can not only be itchy and uncomfortable, but also sometimes dangerous.  With the increased amounts of rain we’ve been having in Toronto...

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