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Let’s Talk About Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

Let’s Talk About Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy If you know us, you know that we’re active proponents of pelvic floor physiotherapy. At Stay Active Rehabilitation, we strive to empower the overall health of women and help you attain the highest quality of life. We wanted to provide you with a FREE resource detailing the main benefits […]

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All About Sciatica

What is Sciatica? Sciatica is a back pain condition that is triggered by a herniated disk either through injury or aging. However, one symptom does set this condition apart from others… Pain caused by sciatica begins in the lower back and makes its way down one leg, occasionally reaching the foot too.   Do I […]

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Prepping for Spring

As winter weather becomes a thing of the past, we’re all ready to get back to being active. As we gradually take on more physical activity this spring, it is important that we ease back in with our safety in mind. Ensuring that we treat our injuries and chronic pain with attention is key to […]

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Wondering How Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy Works?

Vestibular Therapy  North York | Downtown Toronto What is vestibular therapy? Vestibular therapy is an exercise-based program, designed by a physiotherapist, to improve balance and reduce problems related to many vestibular – inner ear – disorders. People with vestibular disorders often experience problems with: Vertigo Dizziness Visual disturbance/imbalance Evidence has shown that vestibular therapy can be […]

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Prevent Lower Back Pain By Adopting The Right Seating Position.

Adopting the correct sitting position and posture can help maintain a healthy back and spine. Does your job require you to be seated for long periods of time or are you still working from home? Maybe you’ve been experiencing back or neck pain as a result. While lower back pain is very common, most people […]

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Connection between Chronic LBP and Pelvic floor dysfunction

  Is there a connection between chronic LBP and Pelvic floor dysfunction?    Recent studies have shown that there might indeed be a connection. Patients struggling with Lower Back Pain have been observed to also have Pelvic floor dysfunction. The incidence of these two conditions is more common than most physicians actually know.   It […]

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