Category: Neck Pain

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Five Things to Know About Whiplash

Five Things to Know About Whiplash

| January 4, 2017 | Reply

Icy roads are one of the leading causes of winter auto accidents in Alberta.  And unfortunately, whiplash is a common injury.  Capilano Rehab Centre’s professional whiplash recovery team of Physiotherapists and Registered Massage Therapists can help you if you have sustained whiplash and/or low back strains secondary to motor vehicle collisions. Whiplash Pain Neck pain […]

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Rear-Ended? Whiplash?

Rear-Ended? Whiplash?

| November 17, 2015 | Reply

While there have been tremendous advances in vehicle safety over the past number of years, getting rear-ended by another car or truck while you are stopped at a light or intersection can still cause significant whiplash injuries. What Causes Whiplash? Whiplash is one of the most common injuries sustained in rear-end collisions.  The soft tissues […]

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Modern Pain Relief Treatment

Modern Pain Relief Treatment

| March 12, 2015 | Reply

Capilano shops the globe for state-of-the-art non-invasive, non-addictive pain relief treatment equipment.  Capilano’s therapeutic neuro-modulation devices are specifically programmed to target the needs of your injury or condition, both acute and chronic.  Here are some benefits: Non-narcotic Non-invasive Non-addictive Customized treatment protocols Effectively treats pain symptoms Effectively treats stiffness symptoms In addition to managing your […]

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Imagine Massage Therapy

Imagine Massage Therapy

| November 13, 2014 | Reply

Imagine your tight muscle aches and pains melting away. Imagine your tension headaches disappearing. Therapeutic massage has been shown to improve circulation, enhance muscular relaxation, relieve pain, reduce stress, enhance immune function and promote health and general well-being. Capilano’s approach to therapeutic massage is to combine the art of therapeutic massage with the best modern […]

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Physiotherapy for Whiplash Injuries

Physiotherapy for Whiplash Injuries

| November 18, 2013 | Reply

Capilano has achieved an outstanding reputation for the assessment and treatment of Whiplash Associated Disorders, both acute and chronic.

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For the Pain in your Neck

For the Pain in your Neck

| March 27, 2013 | Reply

Proper support for your neck while you sleep can help reduce neck pain. And it can also improve the quality of your sleep and reverse the negative effects of fatigue. If you are frequently waking up with a sore neck, or having trouble getting comfortable while going to sleep, you may want to consider using a cervical pillow.

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Your Neck Shouldn’t Hurt

Your Neck Shouldn’t Hurt

| October 26, 2011 | Reply

There are many reasons why you have neck pain. Sometimes it can be from a strain or sprain, like a slip and fall or a car accident. Other times it can be from a repetitive activity.

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Capilano Physiotherapy is for You

Capilano Physiotherapy is for You

| June 24, 2011 | Reply

Physiotherapy gets you moving and keeps you moving. Capilano’s physical therapists will help you understand what’s causing your problem and will develop a customized therapy treatment plan to get you moving and doing the things you love, again and again.

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Untie Those Painful Knots

Untie Those Painful Knots

| May 2, 2011 | Reply

Do you have painful knots in your neck or shoulder? Graston Technique utilizes specially designed instruments to detect and effectively treat nagging conditions such as back and neck pain, rotator cuff pain, leg pain, tennis elbow, golfers elbow, knee pain, and sport injury.

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Making Pain Right when Nerves Go Wrong

Making Pain Right when Nerves Go Wrong

| April 29, 2011 | 1 Reply

Many medical practitioners are perplexed by pain that shows no sign of tissue damage or inflammation. This type of pain, known as neuropathic pain, typically occurs when nerves malfunction following an injury. The result is pain even when extensive medical tests show there is “nothing wrong”.

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