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Sheri Rink, Dip. PT, Acup, RYT

Physiotherapist - Stony Plain

Amal Issa, BScPT

Physiotherapist - Stony Plain

Laura Schneider, MScPT

Physiotherapist - Edmonton

Katie Richardson, MScPT

Physiotherapist - Stony Plain

Kelsey Brooks, MScPT

Physiotherapist - Edmonton/Stony

Kam Mehdi, BScPT

Physiotherapist - Stony Plain

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Sciatic Nerve Pain

Sciatic symptoms can include lower back, hip, and leg pain. Numbness, tingling, or weakness in the buttock, leg, and foot. The sciatic nerve originates from your lower back, so even though you are having pain down the back of your leg, the issue could be coming from your back. Our Physiotherapists regularly treat sciatic nerve pain with excellent results. We will do a full assessment to determine the cause of your pain, as well as a comprehensive treatment which may […]

Tennis Elbow – What Can Be Done?

Having pain around the outside of your elbow? It’s possible that you might have tennis elbow. What’s that? You don’t play tennis? It’s very common for this to occur even in people who don’t play tennis, or any other sport for that matter. It can be caused by any repetitive movement requiring extension of your wrist. The proper term for this condition is lateral epicondylitis. So what is tennis elbow anyways? Tennis elbow is the inflammation of the tendons on […]

All About Your Hip Flexors!

What Are Hip Flexors? Your hip flexors are a muscle group comprised of several muscles that cross the front of the hip. They are engaged when you bring your knee up towards your torso. Although there are numerous muscles that contribute to this movement, the ones shown in anatomy photo below are the main movers. If your hip flexors become injured or irritated, you may experience pain into your groin, top of your thigh, abdomen or even into your back. […]

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