Corydon Physio Therapy Blog
Corydon Physiotherapy is open for in person appointments effective May 4, 2020.
This applies for Physiotherapy, Massage therapy and Nutrition coaching.
We have ample space and square footage that exceed any spacing guidelines. You will be comfortable in our safe environment and private rooms are available.
We are providing in person service under the terms highlighted below:
1. All patients and staff are screened by questionnaire and are not allowed on the premises unless approved safe.
2. Stringent hygiene practices are in place for staff and sanitizing all touchable surfaces.
3. Distancing rules are in effect with the exception of the therapist and patient.
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Golf season is coming! Believe it or not golf is a physically demanding sport, and therefore golf injuries are very common. As an example, Tiger Woods had back surgery for an injured lower back disc. As physiotherapists, patients often say to us, "please help me, I absolutely have to get back on the golf course, preferably tomorrow". No doubt Tiger will also have physiotherapy. The purpose of this article is to learn some common causes of golf injuries, and learn some injury prevention tips and warm-up exercises.
We are still offering appointments by video (TeleRehabilitation).
What are the benefits of a video appointment (TeleRehabilitation)?
No delays in getting treatment during the current Coronavirus precautions.
A physiotherapist will gather important information both verbally and visually to be able to determine the problem.
Once the problem is identified, the physiotherapist can instruct on how to proceed with treatment at home. We can still help to:
- Decrease pain
- Heal faster
- Improve with less or no medication
- Learn how to treat a condition on your own
- Understand a condition and learn there are no mysteries
- Learn short and long term solutions for the [...] Read more
Let’s stop the confusion. Please use the physiotherapy information in this article as your definitive guide to using heat or cold for an injury or condition.
Why bother exercising? “I’m too busy, I’m not fat, I’ve tried it but my back aches and my feet hurt.” “I would like to exercise my right not to exercise”. We have all heard these statements before, but maybe we can provide some exercise facts that will help motivate you or get you back on track.
Here is a short video demonstrating proper shovelling techniques (snow, gravel or soil ). Save a back injury and try these tips. Shovelling is an exercise and technique is important!
There are many different types of arthritis, however, the most common is osteoarthritis, also known as degenerative arthritis of the joints. Osteoarthritis is a very common condition treated by physiotherapists, however, a lot of people do not realize that successful treatment is available.
Have you ever experienced an achy/sore neck while working on a mobile device like a smart phone or tablet? If so, you are part of an epidemic. With the explosion of all forms of computers comes an "Electronic Epidemic of pain". It has been called "Tech Neck"......
Back pain is a symptom caused (in most cases) by an injury in one or more parts of the spine. It can be located in the upper, middle, and/or lower back.
This article will talk about the most common: Lower back pain, also known as “lumbago”.
How do you know what type of back pain you have? Read our article to find out if your back pain is chronic.
Back pain is a complex topic, as it refers to a part of the body where multiple structures are working together - learn more about the different types of back pain in this comprehensive guide
Two of the most frequently asked questions from physiotherapy patients are “how do I choose a pillow,” and “how do I choose a mattress?” Mattress and pillow shopping is confusing because there are lots of choices, but once you understand what the pillow or mattress should be doing for you then it is less painful to choose one
Are you sitting comfortably? Now brace yourself and you may want to stand because what comes next may surprise you. Sitting is making us humans sick, giving us pain, and literally killing us.
A person may have a "pain in the butt". A McKenzie physiotherapist may discover that the problem is not the hip or "butt" creating pain, but it is a pinched nerve or bulged disc in the low back. The hip or "butt" area can be treated with massage, laser, acupuncture, etc and it will never get better because the problem is not there.