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Mar
2016

Preventing Spring Injuries

Every spring, we see a number of people suffering from injuries associated with getting back to being active. The main reason for this is that most people are relatively inactive during the winter which allows their quads, hamstrings and hips to get tighter and their core and other key muscles…

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Physiomed is proud to help sponsor the Brain Injury Society of Toronto/Ontario Brain Injury Association’s 2016 Mix & Mingle event being held on Wednesday June 8, 2016.   With over 650 guests in attendance, this “Must Attend” event has been very successful in helping to raise awareness of this important…

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Back pain is common. Unfortunately, many people of various different ages and activity levels can suffer from back pain. When they do, it can range from a dull ache to a sudden sharp pain. The good news is that, in many cases, back pain is minor and will pass on…

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Exercise can aggravate an old injury. If you’ve been injured in the past, you probably don’t want to end up back on the shelf again. Of course, you also likely don’t want to avoid movement out of fear of hurting yourself. So what can you do? Here are a few…

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The warm weather is finally here and it looks like it’s time to say goodbye to snow, ice and sub-zero temperatures for at least a little while. If you’ve spent your winter hibernating indoors away from the cold, you may have skipped a few workouts. The good news is that,…

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1
Mar
2016

These little nuggets of tastiness are perfect to enjoy with coffee and share with a loved one during this intensely chocolatey month.           Ingredients: 4 Medjool dates, pitted and chopped 1/4 cup (50 mL) water 1 cup (250 mL) canned no salt added black beans, drained…

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