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Dealing with Low Back Pain

In today’s video, Dr. Jason Lemieux shares with us a few helpful ways we can minimize lower back pains.

Heart Month and Cardiovascular Fitness

February is heart month! In this video, Dr. Jason Lemieux shares with us how we can improve our cardiovascular fitness.

Why do we workout?

Working out isn’t just about sweating and losing calories. In this video, Dr. Jason Lemieux talks about why we work out and how the things we do in the gym can be taken into the real world.

Preventing Spring Injuries

With the weather warming up, people are going to be participating in more physical activities, like running and playing soccer. In this video, Dr. Jason Lemieux discusses a couple of ways you can prevent Spring injuries.

Preventing and Treating Lower Leg Issues

With the Springtime here, people are getting back into their Spring and Summer sports and we are seeing more lower leg injuries. In this video, Dr. Jason Lemieux is going to show you how you can prevent and treat lower leg issues.

Fixing Shoulder Issues

In this video, Dr. Jason Lemieux demonstrates different exercises that targets shoulder issues.

Screening Shoulder issues

With Spring here and Summer on it’s way, we need to focus on upper body issues that may arise through sports like volleyball. In this video, Dr. Jason Lemieux shows us a few quick tests to screen shoulder issues and see where some of our biggest limiting factors may be.

Back Stiffness

One of the most common question we get asked at Physiomed is about back stiffness, especially due to the long car rides for road trips and cottages. In our latest video, Dr. Jason Lemieux shares with us a few things we can bring to the cottage and exercises for our back to allow us to enjoy the great weather.

Exercise Efficiency

We know that finding time for working out during the week can be challenging! Dr. Lemieux takes us through some great tips that can help your exercise routine be more efficient.

Addressing Knee Pain

Dr. Lemieux, a Physiomed clinic owner & Chiropractor, has great tips on addressing knee pain by focusing more on your hips instead.

Foot Health & Foot Conditions

Dr. Lemieux is back! This time he is discussing tips for maintaining a healthy arch, relieving foot pain, the benefits of orthotics and more!

Strengthening Your Hips

Today, Dr. Lemieux talks specifically about exercises that can help stabilize the hip to help both prevent and treat irritation of the hip. These are also great tips if you’re a golfer!


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2 months ago

Physiomed Oakville

All exercise is not the same.

Responsibly increasing intensity has added benefits.

Posted • @dr.eddiejo A new study hot off the press in female overweight subjects. In this randomized control trial, 42 overweight female subjects were evenly allocated to 3 training groups for 12 weeks: 1. Sprint interval training (SIT), 2. High intensity interval training (HIIT) or 3. Moderate intensity steady state training (MISST). Cardio-metabolic health variables such as VO2peak and insulin resistance (via HOMA-IR test) were assessed before and after the 12 weeks of training. All three training modes equally improved VO2 peak with an average increase of ~7-8 ml/kg/min. Since VO2 peak is largely due to cardiorespiratory adaptations, it can be deduced from this outcome that all subjects achieved significant enhancements to the cardiovascular system.
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👉What is most interesting about this study, is that only the SIT and HIIT training resulted in a significant reduction in insulin resistance as measured by the HOMA-IR test. Thus, overall the higher intensity training programs yielded superior cardio-metabolic outcomes than the moderate intensity steady state program. From a practical standpoint, SIT required less total volume and time than HIIT and MISST and thus may be a worthwhile and time efficient option for those needing to improve cardio-metabolic health.
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👉This study (along with others) provides valuable applicable data and insight to help properly guide medical practitioners toward exercise prescriptions better optimized for those patients of metabolic syndrome and/or disease (e.g. obesity and type II diabetes). It is no secret that physicians generally lack sufficient knowledge in exercise prescription to effectively guide their patients. If a physician is truly practicing evidence-based medicine, than they must accept that the common "prescription" of "30 minutes of walking at least 3 times a week" or the even more vague, "get more exercise" advise is unacceptable. There are sufficient data to suggest that changes in cardio-metabolic health variables vary depending on the exercise program employed. Time to get more specific with those exercise prescriptions docs
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3 months ago

Physiomed Oakville

How awesome is this?

Solid 140lbs DL at 79 years young.
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3 months ago

Physiomed Oakville

Great summary of barbell hip thrust benefits by @ylmsportscience
🍑 ‪Hip thrust: muscle activation & effects on performance 📲 ‬ More exclusive infographics in sport sciences in English, Spanish, French & Portuguese on YLMSportScience app (72h free trial 🎁 Apple store & Google Play)
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3 months ago

Physiomed Oakville

How fast people walk in their 40s is a sign of how much their brains, as well as their bodies, are ageing, scientists have suggested.
Using a simple test of gait speed, researchers were able to measure the ageing process.
Not only were slower walkers' bodies ageing more quickly - their faces looked older and they had smaller brains.
The international team said the findings were an "amazing surprise".
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More well, move often, move fast.

#health #crossfit #chiropractic #physio
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