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IMS & Vestibular Physiotherapist Rosie Chamberlin joining our Victoria clinic!

Posted in News on Feb 25, 2016.

IMS & Vestibular Physiotherapist in Victoria B.C. We are pleased to announce that experienced Vesibular and IMS Physiotherapist Rosanna (Rosie) Chamberlin has now joined our Physiotherapy Team! Rosie works full time at the Shelbourne Physiotherapy Cook Street Clinic located at 308-1175 Cook Street. You can read her bio by clicking   ​To Book an appointment with Rosie please call 250-381-9828.       Shelbourne Physiotherapy, Pilates &...

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Victoria Physiotherapist Course Offered: How to Diagnose and Treat Temporomandibular Dysfunction

Posted in News on Feb 18, 2016.

How to Diagnose and Treat Temporomandibular (TMJ) Dysfunction-Course Cathy Russell Dip PT, Date & Times; April 2nd /3rd 2016 Location: Shelbourne Physiotherapy Main Clinic located at 100B-3200 Shelbourne Street Saturday 8.30am-4-30pm Sunday 8.30am-12.30 Cost: $300 Join Cathy Russell, Physiotherapist in this educational and hands-on course which will enhance the understanding of the Temporomandibular joint, (TMD) and how it can be associated with a myriad of chronic conditions, like Parkinson’s, and symptoms including headaches,...

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Knee Injuries in Victoria BC

Posted in Physiotherapy on Jan 19, 2016.

Common knee injuries include ligament, tendon and cartilage tears, and patello-femoral pain syndrome. Prompt medical attention for any knee injury increases the chances of a full recovery. Treatment options include physiotherapy, arthroscopic surgery and open surgery. Awkward movements, falls and collisions, sudden twists, excessive force or overuse can result in a range of injuries to the knee joint and the structures supporting it. Common knee injuries include ligament, tendon and cartilage tears, and patello-femoral pain...

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Why Men Should Consider Pilates

Posted in Pilates on Jan 12, 2016.

Why Men Should Consider Pilates   Real Men Do Pilates Many men consider Pilates to be a form of exercise designed for rehabilitating the injured or for women and dancers wanting to improve their posture. The truth is that Pilates is so much more. Consider the typical training patterns of men trying to lose weight, build muscle or who are just training to increase their fitness. By focusing on the major muscle groups in...

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