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  • Massage instruction
    10/08/2018 - By Michelle Fraser, Student
    Working at Bayshore Physical Therapy

    For my last placement of the physical therapy program at Western University, I had the choice to go anywhere within the school’s designated geographical area. Many people prefer to stay in London to be in the big city, while others return to their hometowns. As this placement would be my last, I was more concerned with making sure it provided me with learning experiences I had not yet gained on my other placements, as opposed to caring about what city I would be in.

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  • Pregnant woman excercising
    10/08/2018 - By Jennifer Earnest, PT, MPT, B.Sc. (Hons) Kin., Registered Physiotherapist
    Exercise & Pregnancy

    If you’ve been into Bayshore Physical Therapy over the past few months, I’m sure you’ve noticed that I am pregnant with my first child! I consider myself to be a fairly active person, and made it my goal to try to keep up with being active throughout my pregnancy as much as possible. I thought I would take my own knowledge and research I have performed to use for my own personal pregnancy exercise routine and share it with everybody. I will also provide some anecdotal stories about my pregnancy exercise routine throughout this blog!

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  • Osteoporosis therapy

    As a physical therapist I see, assess and treat a wide variety of conditions, osteoporosis illnesses, and injuries. Frequently, I see patients who have recently fallen and have broken a bone or bones. In many cases, the patient has been immobilized (casted) following the fracture, usually for 4-6 weeks. The patient comes with a referral from a physician requesting assessment and treatment to increase mobility and strengthening of the muscles in the affected area. While assessing the patient, I often find out that the fracture was as the result of a slip or fall. Often the fall occurred from standing height or less.

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  • Man with gym injury
    10/08/2018 - By Rick Thibodeau, PT, MPT, B.Sc. Kin.
    Gym Injuries

    It’s quite common to see many of my patients come in with an injury sustained from the gym or as a byproduct of too much exercise, myself included. You would think that as a physiotherapist I would take my own advice, and most of the time I do, but I still tend to get in trouble and therefore need to treat my own injuries or ask a colleague to help me out, and shake my head at how silly I was. Call it a learning opportunity.

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