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Sheddon Christmas Food and Toy Drive

Sheddon Physiotherapy and Sports Clinic (SPSC) has been a member of the Oakville community for over 10 years and strongly believes in being involved within the Oakville community and giving back to those who have supported us throughout the years, as well as helping those who are less fortunate. Starting Monday November 13 til December […]

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Osteoarthritis: Myth Busters

Osteoarthritis (OA) is one of the most common conditions leading to pain and disability. There is a common misconception that OA is a natural result of aging, along with “wear and tear” from repetitive impact (exercise). Current research has shown that OA is much more complex and that several factors play a role in determining […]

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SPSC: A Sports Medicine Clinic for ALL Athletes

In every profession there are individuals and companies that are passionate about what they do, while others just seem to go through the motions. When you’re searching for a Sports Medicine Clinic you need to do a bit of research and find one that offers it all.  They do exist; great therapists, flexible hours, expertise, […]

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SPECIAL EVENT: Concussion Baseline Testing

We are currently offering athletes of all levels and sports who have not completed their Concussion Baseline Testing a special rate of 70$, when completed during our group sessions on Saturday Sept. 30th, 2017 from 7am-11am. For more information or to make an appointment, please contact [email protected] for available times. Frequently Asked Questions: The season has already […]

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Healthier Backs for Back to School

It’s that time of year when students aged 5-25 head back into the classroom. Unfortunately, the majority of students spend their time sitting for long periods and lugging heavy backpacks to and from school and different classes. This combination puts students at an increased risk for neck, shoulder and back injuries. 23% of elementary kids […]

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