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The Most Effective Hamstring Injury Prevention Program

May 23rd, 2019

Hamstring injuries have been reported as one of the most common injuries across a variety of sports that involve repetitive kicking and/or high speed running, such as soccer, track and field, football, and rugby. Re-injury rates are also an issue affecting many athletes long term, with roughly 30% of athletes suffering a re-injury to the […]

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How to Recognize a Concussion?

May 2nd, 2019

Concussions make up roughly 22% of all soccer related injuries. Despite public awareness and athlete education surrounding concussions, roughly 50% of athletes do NOT report their concussions and return to sport while still symptomatic. These athletes either see no harm in playing with a concussion, believe it will make them look weak, or truly do […]

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Rugby Injury Prevention Strategies

March 26th, 2019

Rugby is growing in popularity across the GTA among both male and female athletes. It is a high collision, high intensity sport which also has one of the highest injury rates among athletes. Who is most at risk and what can you do to prevent these injuries? Mechanism of Injury 80% of rugby injuries occur […]

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SPECIAL EVENT Concussion Baseline Testing

March 8th, 2019

Have you completed your Concussion Baseline Testing? Don’t wait any longer, we are having a one day event where you save 40% from individual testing. Continue reading below for details: WHAT Concussion Baseline Testing open to all athletes (Cost is $70/athlete) WHEN Saturday April 6th, 2019 8:00-2:00pm Please book in advance this is NOT a […]

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Welcome New Physiotherapist Tara Campbell

January 3rd, 2019

Tara graduated from Queen Margaret University, Scotland with a Masters of Science, Honors in Physiotherapy. Prior to her physiotherapy studies, she gained her Bachelor of Arts, Kinesiology degree from Western University in London Ontario. Tara enjoys keeping busy with many sports and hobbies, including field hockey, downhill skiing, yoga, cooking, hiking and ultimate frisbee. She […]

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