The Journey after Surgery and the Missing Gap 

Working with an Orthopedic Surgeon and in post-operative care, it is often found that there is a disconnect between healing timeline readiness and functional readiness.  It [...]

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What is a Kinesiologist?

A Bachelor of Kinesiology is a degree that encompasses the study of human body movement. Once the degree is completed a person is known as [...]

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Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome: Why its more than just knee pain

Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome or PFPS as it is commonly known, is a fancy way of saying that there is pain in and around the patella [...]

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Patient-Centred Practice

There is a broad trust in society that medical professionals are committed to patient care.  For physicians, it is part of the Hippocratic Oath that [...]

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Second opinions can be good for all concerned

“I want a second opinion” is a line many of us have heard on TV when a character receives bad news from a doctor. From [...]

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Telemedicine Lessons Learned

It was over 2 months without sitting together with a patient.  It has been the longest gap in providing in-person patient care since my research [...]

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