Stroke Recovery Through Clinical Pilates

Jul 21, 2017 / Clinical Pilates, Massage, Physiotherapy, Pilates, Wellness

“The studio was welcoming and the environment was extremely supportive and positive. Having felt broken and like a “patient” for so long, it was wonderful to be treated just like all the other Pilates students” In the fall of 2011, Angela Wright felt as though in many ways, she had it all. She was a ...

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Preparing Your Body for Childbirth: A Community Event

Oct 25, 2016 / Events, News, Physiotherapy, Pilates, Wellness

Form Body Lab has partnered with local social network for moms, Vancity Mom Squad, to raise awareness around pre- and postnatal conditions with a free, educational event to help women physically prepare their bodies for childbirth. It is estimated that approximately half of women experience urinary incontinence or Diastasis Recti (abdominal separation) after childbirth. However, these pre- ...

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What Should I look for in a Qualified Physiotherapist

Jun 3, 2014 / Physiotherapy

Choosing a physiotherapist can be difficult. What do you look for? Education, techniques, and personality traits are all important to find the right fit.

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How Physiotherapy Helps Your Body

May 27, 2014 / Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy has many different techniques to help treat your pain and injuries. As a whole body approach, Physiotherapists use a combination of methods to provide the best treatment for you. Here’s an in-depth look at what some of those methods are and how they can help.

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You Need a Dr.’s Note and 4 other Physiotherapy Myths Busted

May 20, 2014 / Physiotherapy

Think you need a Dr.’s note to get a Physiotherapy appointment? False. You may be putting off treatment because of these common Physiotherapy myths. 

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5 Signs You’re Ignoring That Mean You Need Physiotherapy

May 8, 2014 / Physiotherapy

“It’s nothing.”“I’m fine.” These two phrases are common lies we tell others and ourselves daily. Living with pain is becoming increasingly common. Many people don’t realize that their body is telling them there is something wrong because we’re so conditioned to ignore it or we’re too busy to listen. But why live in pain when ...

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What is Physiotherapy?

May 6, 2014 / Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is a commonly used word, but do you really know what it means and what it can do for you? Physiotherapy is centred on the science of movement. It restores functional movement patterns in the body to resolve pain and recover from injuries. Physiotherapy is not just a quick fix. It deals with the ...

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