Course: Management of Post Concussion Syndrome

Course: Management of Post Concussion Syndrome

IT’S NOT ALL ABOUT REST. Concussions are becoming increasingly recognized as an important public health issues in today’s society. According to the Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation, symptoms can persistent beyond the normal recovery period of 3 months in 10 – 15%...
Curious about Cupping Therapy?

Curious about Cupping Therapy?

Cupping became trendier when the world watched U.S. Olympic Swimmer Michael Phelps & U.S. gymnast Alex Naddour sport red circular marks across their backs and shoulders during the Rio Summer Olympic. Both Phelps and Alex Naddour believe that cupping treatment...
Let’s Talk Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Let’s Talk Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Pelvic health is an extremely important part of our overall well being. Many people suffer from Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, but nobody talks about it and are unsure of where to seek help or that treatment is available. This subject shouldn’t be taboo! Did you know that...
Meet UofTMed Physiotherapist Behind the Scenes at Rio Olympics

Meet UofTMed Physiotherapist Behind the Scenes at Rio Olympics

As the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio, Brazil kicks off this week, Pivot Physiotherapist Dinah Hampson will be there as part of the  as part of Team Canada’s Health Sciences Team. Check out this article from the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine writer...
PHYSIOTHERAPY AT THE RIO OLYMPIC GAMES 2016

PHYSIOTHERAPY AT THE RIO OLYMPIC GAMES 2016

Wonder what it’s like to be a Physiotherapist during the Olympic games? Here is an interview with 3 Physiotherapist including our very own Dinah Hampson about how they got involved, what is the most challenging part of this honourable position and what the...