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Reverse Lunges  Insync Physiotherapy Cambie Village

Reverse Lunges Insync Physiotherapy Cambie Village

Reverse Lunges are great for strengthening the gluteus maximus muscles, Adductors Soleus, and dynamic stability strength of the Hamstrings after a hamstring muscle strain. Engage your inner core below the belly button, then lunge backwards with the knee barely touching the ground on the toes and straighten out the back leg while pushing off. Walk […]

Paddling Warm Up Part 1 Insync Physiotherapy Cambie Village

For kayakers and canoeists it’s important to do an on land warm up for your legs, arms and core before getting on the water. This is going to give you an example which is going to include all three, but it’s important to find what works for you. We’re starting off with just high lunges, […]

Insync Physiotherapy Workshop For Doctors – Low Back Pain

Dural tension and maybe disc issue and they would say, “Ok, let’s do a discectomy or maybe a lumbar fusion” and we found those people didn’t do that well. So we now use the slump test as a bit of a clue to the health of the nerve, the peripheral nerves from the lumbar spine […]

InSync Physiotherapy – Nerve Flossing – Ulnar Nerve Bias

InSync Physiotherapy – Nerve Flossing – Ulnar Nerve Bias

This exercise is great for decreasing the tightness in the medial aspect of your forearm, decreasing any tingling into your pinky fingers and to increase the mobility of your forearms, shoulders and neck. Your stiff neck may have occurred from sleeping, or whiplash from a minor car accident or a sports injury. Consult a Physiotherapist […]

Body Works Sports Physiotherapy with Rick Heyden

Hello this is Rick Heyden from Body Works Sports Physiotherapy, I’m here today just to tell you a little bit about myself and about our clinic. Personally as a physiotherapist, I have an interest and experience in working with soccer players, as well as different weight lifting populations, such as powerlifting and crossfit but here […]

InSync Physiotherapy  Shoulder Pain? Isometric Abduction Exercise

InSync Physiotherapy Shoulder Pain? Isometric Abduction Exercise

This exercise is for the rotator cuff and can be done almost immediately with most types of shoulder pain. Begin by abducting the arm outward at the elbow with either resistance from the hand or the wall . Hold for 30 seconds, repeat 5 times every day. It’s safe and not harmful to have a […]

2 Simple Exercises for Tennis – North Burnaby Physiotherapists show how to warm up

2 Simple Exercises for Tennis – North Burnaby Physiotherapists show how to warm up

Hi my name is Matt and I’m a Physiotherapist with INSYNC. Today we’re going to go over a couple of drills for warm before a tennis match. These will focus on lateral movements and movements toward the net, so it’s all about foot work. Hi my name is Iyad and I’m a Physio here at […]

Hip Arthritis Exercises Segment#5 InSync Physiotherapy

Hip Arthritis Exercises Segment#5 InSync Physiotherapy

Lying on your back with the knees bent elongate the spine and keep the posture in neutral. Then engage your inner core below the belly button. With the arms by your sides, lift the buttock up and hold for 10 seconds. Lower and repeat 10 times doing 3 sets. This exercise is great for retraining […]

Scott Muttdon – Physiotherapist – BaiMed

Scott Muttdon – Physiotherapist – BaiMed

– So it doesn’t matter whether I’m working in professional sport or working with the general community. Each person’s goal from physiotherapy is as important to them as to anyone else. And I enjoy bringing the skillset and the knowledge base from professional sport into the general community to help each and every person achieve […]