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Physical Rehabilitation Blog by The Physio Clinic @ West Durham in Pickering

Read The Physio Clinic @ West Durham’s physical rehabilitation blog. Designed to give you tips for finding non-invasive ways to heal, our blog will help you pick the right massage therapist and choose the best recovery program for your injuries. At our clinic we offer different types of physical rehabilitation to treat your pain. If you have any questions about our services, please call. You can also book an appointment today.

  • class is back in session
    01/09/2017
    Class Is Back in Session: TPC @ West Durham Hosts CME

    Class was back in session early this year for The Physio Clinic @ West Durham as we recently had the pleasure of hosting a CME (Continuing Medical Education) seminar for fellow physicians and colleagues from across the GTA. The seminar, given by our in-house chiropodist/foot specialist Bill Bitaxis, was full of information, treatment options, and comprehensive data on a nail infection that affects countless patients per year – onychomycosis.

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  • Hot vs. cold - the do's and don'ts
    31/07/2017
    Hot vs. Cold: The Do’s and Don’ts

    Cryotherapy (ice) and thermotherapy (heat) are some of the most frequently used forms of non-invasive at-home therapy treatments, but also some of the most misused. Their popularity is understandable: they are both inexpensive, reasonably effective and simple to use. But their accessibility and seeming simplicity also contributes to their misuse. Although heating or icing certain injuries incorrectly doesn’t usually have long-term, harmful effects, the misuse of these therapy methods can cause disruptions in the healing process and sometimes exacerbate pain.


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  • 08/06/2017
    Kinesiology Tape Reduces Pain for Injured Muscles and Joints: Fact or Fiction

    For over nearly a decade, medical practitioners and athletes alike have been using kinesiology tape to help treat a myriad of physical conditions and injuries to the musculoskeletal system. This seemingly simple and inexpensive treatment method has enjoyed overwhelming success, but some researchers and clinicians are not convinced that it is anything more than a placebo.


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  • Shockwave Therapy Treatment in Pickering Ontario | Chiropodist in Pickering Ontario
    17/03/2017
    The Uses and Benefits of Shockwave Therapy

    Did you know that a high-energy acoustic pulse -- also known as a shockwave -- can actually be a fantastic tool for treating a variety of acute and chronic pain conditions? Shockwave therapy is particularly effective for tendon and joint disorders, and can produce significant results after just three or four sessions.


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  • Pickering Podiatrists and Chiropodists standing together
    10/01/2017
    Understanding the Difference Between Chiropody and Podiatry

    There's some understandable confusion among people in Pickering, Ontario about what the differences between chiropody and podiatry are. The terms are frequently used interchangeably because, in many instances, a podiatrist and a chiropodist in Pickering at a clinic such as The Physio Clinic @ West Durham perform many of the same services.

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  • Nov_2016_The_Physio_Clinic_Blog_Image_Massage_therapy : Massage
    06/12/2016
    Benefits of Visiting Your Massage Therapist Regularly

    Registered massage therapy (RMT) in Pickering and Ajax is a great primary healthcare option that has many potential benefits for a variety of pain conditions. Regular RMT from a clinic such as The Physio Clinic @ West Durham is used by many people to alleviate chronic pain, muscular overuse, pain caused by occupational stress, and more.


    Let's take a look at what a registered massage therapist is and at some of the potential benefits of choosing to RMT in the Pickering area.



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The Physio Clinic @ West Durham
1031 Brock Rd.
Pickering, ON L1W 3T7

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Monday – Thursday: 8:30 AM - 7:30 PM
Friday: 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Saturday: 8:30 AM - 1:30 PM
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