Your C-Section and How Physiotherapy Can Help!

Your C-Section and How Physiotherapy Can Help!

Whether a planned or emergency cesarean birth, women have lots of questions about what recovery looks like and when they can return to exercise.  The good news is that we are here to help!  Recovery after a cesarean (c-section) birth varies for each individual but on...
Do You Want to Run Your Best This Year??

Do You Want to Run Your Best This Year??

2022 is well underway, and many of us are tackling our new year’s resolutions. For some, this might mean getting off the couch from our current Netflix obsession and to start hitting the road running!  At Elora Physiotherapy, we have designed a program for...
Understanding Patellofemoral Pain

Understanding Patellofemoral Pain

Feeling pain around or behind your kneecap? Difficulty with squatting or going down stairs? These symptoms among others are consistent with Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS), which is one of the most common musculoskeletal conditions involving the knee joint that we...
Long COVID

Long COVID

As evidence emerges from COVID-19, we are learning of a new illness called Long COVID. Long COVID is a health condition that arises after an acute infection (longer than 3 weeks from the onset of their first symptoms) from COVID-19 (1). This can occur in people who...
Torticollis

Torticollis

Taking care of a newborn can feel overwhelming at times. And searching Dr. Google during a 2am feeding can feel all the more frustrating and exhausting. One of the conditions which we treat here at Elora Physiotherapy is torticollis. Torticollis is defined as, ‘the...