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Physiotherapy for Swimmers With the early start to our Summer and these intense hot sunny days, swimmers in Muskoka have been able to hit the water earlier than ever.Share on facebookShare on googleShare on twitterShare on linkedin Our physiotherapists at ProActive Rehab are here to help you properly prepare for the upcoming outdoor swim season.  If you are looking for injury prevention tips, tricks and exercises or if you need help recovering from an injury so that you can get back in th...
Posted on 2021-06-30
What Can I Do With A Sore Back? I have been working from home since March last year and my neck and back are sore from sitting at the computer at my kitchen table. What can I do about this? It is important to try to have good ergonomics when sitting at a computer for periods of time. It is also important that you schedule breaks to allow you to get up from the computer and move around. This wakes up your postural muscles, moves the fluid around that lubricates your joints and allows you to str...
Posted on 2021-05-28
Are Diets Outdated? A New Perspective on Nutrition and Health Written By: Joline Beauregard RD The society that we live in has created the script that we need to be thinner, earn our food, work off our calories, cut carbs, and detox regularly. ‘Fat’ has become the worst “F” word, and there is a multi-billion dollar industry that profits from your continued investment in this belief. The goal then becomes losing weight, rather than being healthier, supporting our body,...
Posted on 2021-03-24
The multidisciplinary team at ProActive Rehab has expanded once again with the addition of Joline Beauregard BASc., RD, a Registered Dietitian offering Therapeutic Nutrition services from her home base of Whitehorse, YT.   Since graduating from the Northern Ontario School of Medicine in 2017, Joline has worked in prenatal, infant and community nutrition, and is working towards her Certified Diabetes Educator qualification. She moved to Whitehorse for a 6-month contract in 2018, fell i...
Posted on 2021-02-23
Massage Therapy for Concussion By: Jaimee Clarkson  A concussion is a mild traumatic brain injury which can occur after direct impact to your head or a whiplash-type injury that causes the head and brain to shake. The overall experience and symptoms of a concussion can vary from person to person.  One of the most common symptoms many post-concussion patients experience might be chronic post-traumatic headaches. Headaches are a symptom that many people experience normally, this may...
Posted on 2021-02-22
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