Committed to our goal of constantly improving our clients’ experience, our team of professional physiotherapists at Palmdale Health Centre has built this blog page. We firmly believe in the active participation of our clients in their healing journey. To make that possible, we constantly educate and inform them about their medical issues.
We deeply comprehend that some medical concepts are hard to understand. Unfortunately, some healthcare professionals tend not to explain them to their patients. This phenomenon leads to misinformation and uncertainty.
Here we provide updated, digestible information on RMT massage, Chiropractic, Physiotherapy, Orthotics and Orthoses, Physio laser therapy, Acupuncture, and Nutrition. Through these articles, we hope to raise awareness and promote patient engagement. We wish to see more people taking the initiative to care for their well-being!
If you want to know more about who we are, read on to learn about our identity!
For more than 15 years, we have helped our clients move freely and lead active happy lives. We pay great attention to excellency and lifelong professional education. Our five physical therapists take pride in their many years of experience. They share a common passion for improving the lives of their clients as well as constantly enriching their knowledge and skill set.
Multidisciplinary team care
We approach health in a holistic and multidimensional way. To achieve this, we promote interdisciplinary communication and collaboration. Each of our physical therapists, from chiropractors to registered massage therapists, shares their specialized knowledge for your health goals. We ensure close collaboration with your healthcare professionals as well.
Abundance of services
We offer Chiropractic, Physiotherapy, Acupuncture, RMT (Registered Massage Therapy), Low-Intensity Laser Therapy, Custom orthotics and Orthotic braces, and Registered Nutritionist Consultation. Our practices are constantly updated to comply with the most recent physical therapy guidelines. At Palmdale Health Centre, we only use the latest technology equipment.
At Palmdale Health Centre, we appreciate and celebrate individuality. We understand that your healthcare needs are highly unique. Therefore, we offer personalized treatment specifically tailored to your individual needs.
Long term results
Our team of physiotherapists is committed to improving our clients’ quality of life in the long term. We are against quick-fix solutions that will only temporarily bandage the issue. That is why we prioritize working towards the health goals set by our clients. We also encourage their active participation in their rehabilitation process.
Who can benefit from our services
At Palmdale Health Centre, our doors are open to everybody! Our services address all ages, from newborns to the elderly. We help treat a multitude of health concerns. Want to know if we are a good fit for you? Do not hesitate to give us a call!
Nerve tension is pain that occurs because a nerve is being compressed or stuck in its surrounding tissue which prevents it from moving within its tract like it normally does. This can happen for a variety of reasons. If a joint has been immobile for a period of time it increases the risk that a nerve can get a little stuck.
Do I have a trapped nerve?
We all know that your joints move and your muscles contract and stretch. But did you know that your nerve tissue also needs to move freely and unimpeded?
Nerve tension is pain that occurs because a nerve is being compressed or stuck in its surrounding tissue which prevents it from moving within its tract like it normally does. This can happen for a variety of reasons.
Common examples of structures that can impede a nerve’s movement include:
Back Pain e.g. bulging disc
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Tennis or Golfer’s Elbow
Depending on the severity of the damage that is causing nerve tension, surgery may be necessary. However, in most cases nerve tension can be relieved through physical therapy such as osteopathy or physiotherapy, massage therapy and prescribed stretching exercises.
It may seem contradictory to stretch the nerve for treatment since it reproduces symptoms. However, if the stretch is done gradually and frequently within the client’s comfort tolerance, it will often improve the symptoms. Treatments for interfacing structures such as muscles, joints, fascia, and skin are also likely to be helpful, as are postural and/or ergonomic changes.
While most massage therapists don’t see treatment of the neurological system as a primary function that they perform, it is evident that the nervous system is involved in many pathological processes. A greater knowledge of the anatomy and mechanics of these structures may help alleviate problems in many cases that have persisted after significant interventions that should have helped.
You’ve probably been there before. You’re playing your favorite sport or working hard at the gym when you suddenly feel a sharp pain in your knee, or your lower back gives out on you. Injuries are an unfortunate reality for many people who are active, but what if I told you that there was a way to prevent them? Physiotherapy is a form of treatment that can help you prevent future injuries by strengthening the muscles and joints around the injured area. In this article, we will explore how physiotherapy can help you prevent future injuries and help you stay active for years to come.
What is Physiotherapy?
As we get older, our bodies go through changes that can lead to pain and mobility problems. Physiotherapy can help prevent these issues by keeping our bodies strong and mobile.
Physiotherapy is a form of physical therapy that uses exercises and massages to improve our range of motion, strength, and flexibility. It can also help relieve pain. Physiotherapy can be used to treat conditions such as:
● You have arthritis and back pain
● You have been in an accident and have sustained injuries
● You have had surgery and need help with your recovery
● You are dealing with chronic pain
● You have a disability that makes it difficult to move around
● You are pregnant and need help with managing your pain.
Regular physiotherapy can help keep our bodies healthy as we age. It can also help prevent injuries by keeping our muscles, joints, and bones strong and flexible. If you’re thinking about starting physiotherapy, talk to your doctor or a physiotherapist to see if it’s right for you.
What Are The Benefits Of Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy has a number of benefits that can help you prevent future injuries:
Physiotherapy can help improve your motion. This is important because it can help you avoid injuries by keeping your joints and muscles healthy.
Physiotherapy can also help improve your strength and endurance. This is important because it can help you avoid injuries by making sure your muscles are strong enough to support your joints. Physiotherapy can help improve your balance and coordination. This is important because it can help you avoid falls and other accidents.
How Can Physiotherapy Help Prevent Future Injuries?
Preventing future injuries is one of the main goals of physiotherapy. There are many ways that physiotherapy can help to prevent injuries, including:
Improving your flexibility and range of motion: This will help your joints to move more freely and reduce the risk of injury.
Strengthening your muscles: Strong muscles help to support your joints and protect them from injury.
Correcting your posture: Poor posture puts unnecessary strain on your musculoskeletal system and can lead to injuries.
Educating you about injury prevention: Your physiotherapist can provide you with information about how to avoid common injuries.
Helping you to manage any existing medical conditions: Conditions such as diabetes, osteoporosis, and arthritis can increase your risk of developing an injury. Physiotherapy can help you to manage these conditions and reduce your risk of injury.
Physiotherapy can help you prevent future injuries in several ways. First, it helps to correct any posture or movement issues that may be contributing to your current pain or weakness. Second, physiotherapy can help strengthen the muscles and tissues around the area of injury, which can help protect against further damage. Finally, physiotherapy can help improve your overall fitness level, which will make you less likely to sustain an injury in the first place.