Elevation Physiotherapy | Lynda McClatchie
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Author: Lynda McClatchie

Are you feeling tire, stress, and have no energy?  These restorative exercises can help relieve tension in your body, improve sleep quality, improve movement, increase blood flow, tap into your central nervous system, and calm your mind.  Diaphragmatic Breathing: Sit in a comfortable position and cross your legsPlace 1 hand on your lower ribs...

Lower back pain is prevalent and patients frequently seek help to deal with the pain and functional limitations that arise.  It sounds oversimplified, but commonly lower back pain begins without any trauma, but more due to the cumulative effect of too much lumbar flexion each and every day—sitting in slouched posture at the computer, sitting...

Prostate cancer is often diagnosed in men in their 50s and 60s, but younger men can experience this as well.  About 40% of men diagnosed with cancer are low-risk, and will have “active surveillance” over time, but it should start with a blood test to see the PSA (prostate-specific antigen) level.  If this...

New research indicates that certain cells found in the fascia communicate directly with the nervous system, each other, and with every other organ in the body. If this is true, this thinking challenges what we thought we knew—the central nervous system may not be the one in control of all of the body systems....

Ten years ago, research showed that there was no evidence to show that modern running shoes prevented injuries, and such shoes should be considered “unproven technology with the potential to cause harm.”  Then in 2009,the rise in barefoot or “minimalist” running created the thinking that more traditional runners were not...