PEACE and LOVE – how to manage acute injuries. Physiotherapy Alliston

Give yourself some PEACE and LOVE… A question I get almost daily is how to best manage an acute injury.   For example, say, you sprain your ankle.  It’s warm, swollen, painful, and difficult to walk on.  So, what do you do next?  Is it best to...

Watch for the gap: rectus diastasis!

The term rectus diastasis refers to the separation of the abdominal muscles (the “6-pack muscle”) away from the midline of the body. Rectus diastasis is common during and after pregnancy, due to the body adapting to the growing baby. Sometimes the separation will...

Prevent your next running injury!

As we head into the doldrums of winter, some of us are starting to ramp up our running in preparation for our next (virtual) event.  Here are some common mistakes that lead to the vast majority of running injuries that I see in the clinic: Increasing your...

Warming up and cooling down! Tips from your Alliston Physiotherapist

Most of us know how important it is to keep ourselves physically active, and all the benefits that come along with regular exercise (reduced stress, improved cardiovascular and muscular health, etc.). The one thing that most of us forget about is the importance of...

South Simcoe Physiotherapy

Hours & Location

Monday: 8am to 6pm

Tues-Thurs: 8am to 7:30pm

Friday: 8am to 5pm

Address: 180 Parsons Road, Unit 8 Alliston, ON L9R 1E8

Contact

Phone: (705) 250-6000

Fax: (705) 250-7000

Email:
info@southsimcoephysio.ca

Watch for the gap: rectus diastasis!

The term rectus diastasis refers to the separation of the abdominal muscles (the “6-pack muscle”) away from the midline of the body. Rectus diastasis is common during and after pregnancy, due to the body adapting to the growing baby. Sometimes the separation will...

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Prevent your next running injury!

As we head into the doldrums of winter, some of us are starting to ramp up our running in preparation for our next (virtual) event.  Here are some common mistakes that lead to the vast majority of running injuries that I see in the clinic: Increasing your...

read more

Mission Accomplished! Running blog #2…

Now I realize that my last formal blog was also about my running, so if you don’t want to hear about it again, I apologize! Running is something that I have become very passionate about, and is a way for me to focus my energy. What started as I way to try to reduce my...

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Physiotherapist Wanted!

Full-time permanent orthopedic physiotherapist employee position available!  *new grads welcome to apply* South Simcoe Physiotherapy is looking for an ambitious and personable therapist with an interest in manual therapy and acupuncture/dry needling to join our...

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It’s all about the journey, not the destination

If you had asked me as recently as two-and-a-half years ago what I thought about running, my response would’ve likely been something to the effect of “I only run if I’m being chased”.  But for reasons largely unbeknownst to me, all of that changed about 2 years...

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Dry Needling at South Simcoe Physiotherapy

This blog was written by Divya Sebastian Registered Physiotherapist and Dry Needle provider! At our clinic, we are often asked questions about Dry Needling.  Some common questions that we encounter are: “Does it hurt? What does it really do? Is it the same as...

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Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy: IT CAN HELP!

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy: IT CAN HELP! Pelvic floor dysfunction is a common problem that many people experience. In Canada, 1 in every 4 women, and 1 in every 9 men experience urinary incontinence. In Canada, up to 75% of women experience pelvic organ prolapse, with...

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SOUTH SIMCOE PHYSIOTHERAPY

Registered physiotherapists offering one-on-one manual therapy, IMS, and acupuncture in Alliston, Beeton, Tottenham, New Tecumseth and surrounding areas

Phone: (705) 250-6000

Fax: (705) 250-7000

Email: info@southsimcoephysio.ca

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