ice after injury for swelling and inflammationvideo

Does ice reduce swelling and inflammation?

We speak with physiotherapist, Dr. Bahram Jam , about the evidence behind the use of ice or heat for pain, swelling, or inflammation after soft tissue (muscle strain, ligament sprain, etc) injury. To read Bahram’s...
ice vs heat after injury

Ice or heat after injury?

"Why are we trying to decrease inflammation? Inflammation, the last I checked, was an amazing thing!" We speak with physiotherapist, Dr. Bahram Jam , about the evidence behind the use of ice post soft tissue...
pelvic health

Myths and facts about pelvic health

"1-in-3 to 1-in-4 women struggle with incontinence" "1-in-8 men struggle with pelvic pain" We speak with physiotherapist Carolyn Vandyken (BHSc (PT), Pelvic Health Physiotherapist, Founder & Instructor of Pelvic Health Solutions) about pelvic health, including common...
chiropractic myths

Debunking common chiropractic myths

Chiropractor, Dr. Shawn Thistle , speaks with us about common chiropractic myths. Shawn also discusses his business, RRS Education, and how clinicians can stay up to date with current research. Dr. Thistle is a practicing...
chiropractorvideo

A Chiropractor Debunks Common Chiropractic Myths

“A lot of the things that we have to spend time dispelling in our practice are myths that patients come in with” Chiropractor, Dr. Shawn Thistle , addresses the top 5 most common chiropractic myths. Dr....
shoulder surgery versus exercisevideo

Rotator Cuff Shoulder Pain: Exercise is as effective as surgery

Dr. Jeremy Lewis PhD, FCSP, Consultant Physiotherapist and Professor of Musculoskeletal Research (@JeremyLewisPT) talks about rotator cuff shoulder pain, including issues relating to the shoulder special tests, medical imaging and research that reports that,...
perfect posture doesn't exist

Perfect posture is a myth

We speak with Dr. Greg Lehman (BKin, MSc, DC, MScPT) to explore when biomechanics and posture are important and when they’re not. Greg also shares current research on the relationship between biomechanical factors and...
powerlifter with scoliosisvideo

Perfect posture doesn’t exist

Dr. Greg Lehman, BKin, MSc, DC, MScPT, explores when biomechanics and posture are important and when they’re not. Greg also shares current research on the relationship between biomechanical factors and pain, challenging common beliefs of...
Imaging results

Are your x-ray and MRI results helpful or harmful?

“I can’t run, I have arthritis” “It hurts to bend forward because of my bulging disc” We speak with physiotherapist, Dr. Bahram Jam, about common medical imaging results, their correlation with pain, and how to incorporate...
x-ray and imaging resultsvideo

Concerned about your MRI or X-ray findings? Here’s why you probably shouldn’t be.

"Medical imaging such as x-rays, ultrasounds, CT scans and MRIs can be very valuable for identifying serious medical conditions such as broken bones. However, once serious problems have been ruled out by a doctor,...
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