Monthly Archives: December 2019

Back pain keeps many Canadians out of work — why don’t we take it seriously?

This was a recent article I was interviewed for by Global News. In summary, low back pain is now the leading cause of disability worldwide. For many of us, this pain is chronic, meaning we have had it for a long time. We often experience pain due to a lack of conditioning of our back [...]

Back pain keeps many Canadians out of work — why don’t we take it seriously?2019-12-13T15:11:45-04:00

Let’s talk about the knee

Knee is formed by the femur (thigh bone), tibia (shin bone), fibula (adjacent to the tibia) and patella (kneecap). Each of the endings of bone contain cartilage, which allows it to glide smoothly (easier movement). Surrounding the knee we have muscles, tendons, and ligaments.    Ligaments connect bone to bone, while tendons connect muscle and [...]

Let’s talk about the knee2019-12-02T14:25:10-04:00