We see many patients every year for jaw pain and problems such as difficulty chewing, speaking and ear pain. But this year there has been an increasing number of patients with these issues. Learn what is temporal mandibular joint dysfunction and how to treat it.
Stop and have a look at your posture right now. How forward is your head reading this? You may have tech neck, a condition that is more common thanks to our growing use of technology. Learn what it is and how to correct it.
With kids participating in sports growing in Canada, proper preparation can help prevent injuries and keep children happy and healthy. See our tips to keep your child safe and healthy while participating in youth sports.
At Movement Performance and Health, our goal is to provide not only the best chiropractic care, but to also make you feel as comfortable as possible in our clinic. To help, here are answers to FAQs that may be on your mind before your first visit.
About half of Canadian adults suffer from headaches. While may of us suffer from headaches, you may think they are they something you just have to learn to live with. But the first step is to identify the type of headache you are suffering from. Learn the 5 different types of headaches and potential treatments available to provide preventative care and reduce symptoms.
Hockey players can improve their performance when they achieve optimal posture and stride based on your gait, or limb movements. Everyone has a different foot structure, but skate manufacturers offer a ‘one type fits all’. Orthotics correct this to each person’s unique foot structure to achieve the best performance and comfort. Learn how Hockey Skate Orthotics work and how it can improve your hockey game.
There are 3 major nerves in the arm and when they are irritated, they can produce symptoms like numbing, tingling and weakness all the way down into the fingers. So, what is flossing and how does it help? Learn how these simple exercises can help reduce symptoms
Shoulder pain and injuries are a common complaint. They are typically found among athletes, those using repetitive overhead motions in their daily life, or a trauma such as an accident or fall. Learn the three most common areas of injury and the recommended treatments.