Recurring pain? Gesture reprogramming to the rescue ! Anne Ouellet-Demers, Kinesiologist-Kinesitherapist
Are you living with a familiar pain that has been with you for a few months or even years? Does it subside with the right therapy but inevitably return after a while?
Learning to perform certain...
Resume or start running
With the arrival of good weather and the melting snow, many people will want to start or resume running following a break during the winter. Whether it is to get in shape, prepare for a competition or...
Osteopathy: a valuable support in the treatment of Bell's palsy
Bell's palsy is a medical condition characterized by temporary paralysis of the face, usually due to inflammation of the facial nerve. While this condition can be concerning, osteopathy offers...
Healthy and gourmet capsule
Why not get your hands dirty to create healthy, yet delicious and easy-to-make desserts?
Let's finally drop the prejudices according to which desserts are too sweet, too fatty, too caloric or too...
Perineal rehabilitation against incontinence and sexual pain
is a branch of physiotherapy dealing with problems of the musculature of the pelvis, also called perineum or pelvic floor. This musculature extends from the pubis to the...
Do you have a short leg?
Perhaps you do, but perhaps you don’t.
Maybe you have a short leg or maybe it just appears that way. A certain percentage of patients who have repetitive back pain present with what appears to be a...
I'm in pain, what should I do? Should I consult?
By Florence Charbonneau-Dufresne, physiotherapist
What is pain?
We often experience pain and want to get rid of it, but we don't know what to do. First, it is important to understand that pain is an...
Dad, mom, I like being on the floor!
The floor is undoubtedly the most interesting place for the baby during playtime. The resistance offered by this floor allows him to feel his body and his movements.
The first two months of his life,...
"Why are you touching my stomach when my back hurts?"
I often hear this question in the clinic. Is it legitimate?
Why almost systematically does an osteopath touch your stomach and work your intestines when you come for pain such as sciatica or acute or...
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) - By Anahite Asfhar, Nutritionist/Dietitian
IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME (IBS)Bloating, profuse flatulence, abdominal cramps, constipation, diarrhea, ...Are these symptoms a little too familiar to you? Maybe you suffer from the syndrome ofthe...
Difference Between Psychologist and Psychotherapist
Psychotherapy, an activity practiced by psychologists and other licensed professionals.
Psychotherapy is psychological treatment. It aims at changes in attitude, behavior, habits, way of thinking or...
Ankle sprain: what to do and when to consult?
Twisting your ankle happens quite frequently. Sometimes it is quite commonplace and it is possible to continue your activities immediately.
On the contrary, it could be that the pain is very intense...