“I was very happy with the treatment I received. I loved receiving the exercises by email. It was nice to have as a reminder to do them as well as how to do them. I was also happy with explanations provided for what was causing the pain.
Orthopedic & Arthritis Physiotherapy in Edmonton & St Albert
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“Prior to treatment I regularly experienced discomfort and my sleep was affected. Now I don’t have any pinching at all and no lingering pain- very satisfied with that. I found the staff all very warm and attentive. My questions were answered easily and I felt heard. Thank you for the healing!”
“I found the staff here friendly, welcoming, kind and helpful. My therapist and support staff were knowledgeable and gentle. My condition improved quickly with the therapies I received.”
Arthritis Physiotherapy Treatment
Arthritis, also referred to as degenerative disk or degeneration joint can be treated. Many people living with this condition often time get scared or panic when told. But you don’t have to be afraid. However, they sound scarier than they are. This condition is mainly caused by age-related changes in the joint, which is normal as we grow. So they shouldn’t sound scarier like other age-related changes in our skin or hair. Can you imagine if we referred to grey hair as degenerative hair disease or wrinkles degenerative for wrinkled skin? Would anyone having grey hair or wrinkled skin walk around holding their faces and heads in pain?
If you are experiencing pains or stiff joints whenever you get up from bed or after sitting in a particular position for a while, our orthopedist, sports physiotherapist, and massage therapist can help you eradicate that pain.
Arthritis is common to most people and can cause a strong genetic predisposition which can develop to different degrees. People are often of the habit of enduring these pains before consulting a specialist to help alleviate their pain. Although, in some cases, few do not feel any pain or symptom at all. That could probably be you!
Are you aware that orthopedic, sports physiotherapy and massage therapy effectively and efficiently relieve arthritic aches and pain?
At Momentum Spine and Sports Physiotherapy Clinic, we provide long-lasting solutions to patients suffering from stiffness and pain at their joints. We will examine your joint and other underlying conditions that might be related to your case. We will practice various exercises that can help relieve your pain and improve your mobility to make your regular activities smooth during this period. At the end of your treatment sessions, you will be given the necessary tips and resources to prevent arthritis-related pain and stiffness sooner or later.
If you are experiencing arthritis or pain and stiffness at your joint, we urge you to contact Momentum Spine and Sports Physiotherapy Clinic today to book an appointment.
Orthopedic, sports physiotherapy, and massage therapy can help you eradicate arthritis
Orthopedic, sports physiotherapy, and massage therapy have proven to be highly effective and efficient in strengthening supporting muscles, restoring normal motion range at the joint, and improving mobility such as walking, running, and bending. Our recommended treatments are focused on helping resolve your problems and fasten your recovery. Also, we provide discussion sessions to improve your knowledge and understanding of arthritis, how to prevent any possible joint pain and stiffness, and techniques to apply such as therapeutic exercises while in your comfort zone.
If you think you might be suffering from arthritic or have it, you can curtail your pain using orthopedic, sports physiotherapy, and massage therapy treatments at Momentum Spine and Sports Physiotherapy Clinic. You can prevent yourself from the need for surgery, injections, and medications.
Common Types of Arthritis you may have?
According to a research report from the Arthritis Society of Canada, one out of every five Canadians is liable to live with arthritis. Some may feel pain and may not while suffering from this devastating problem. There are different types of arthritis, some includes;
Rheumatoid arthritis also referred to as inflammatory arthritis, is quite common. It is a condition that occurs when the body’s immune system sees the joints as a threat and decides to attack them.
Medical history, hormones, and environment have been believed to be a factor that contributes to the development of rheumatoid arthritis. Also, research shows that females are more likely to be affected compared to males. Anyone suffering from this type of arthritis has the risk of having the same joints on different sides of the body affected.
When someone has rheumatoid arthritis, soreness around joints is noticed, which worsens after prolonged standing, sitting, or inactivity. Also, any slight movement like bending causes pain.
You may notice sounds and painful sensations from affected joint(s) when walking or touching it. In some cases, while performing an exercise, arthritis can cause pain, and once you stop exercising, the pain disappears.
Osteoarthritis is the most occurring type of arthritis. Previously, researchers believed that arthritis was caused when the joint’s cartilage wears down due to excessive use of the joint. Later, it was discovered to be wrong. Arthritis is an age-related condition caused by genetic predisposition. A large percentage of people will get it, but the pain will vary from one another. You must know that not everyone having arthritis will feel pain. In fact, a large proportion of people do not feel pain at all.
Osteoarthritis is highly risky when developed, especially after a sustained injury to the affected joint that needed surgical correction. When this is left to heal, it can result in severe pain later. For instance, imagine you were a football player in a high school who suffered a harsh blow to the knee that needed surgical reconstruction of the ligaments. You received treatment, recovered, then returned to the game. To everyone, you are fully fit, but if your cartilage was damaged to the extent that it wasn’t noticeable (symptomatic) at that moment, later it will become an issue.
Overweight patients were thought to be at a greater risk of developing osteoarthritis because an additional strain is grown at your knee and hip joints. Later, this hypothesis was dropped due to a lack of evidence to back it. However, we do know that being overweight can contribute to arthritis-related pain in your knee. Some reports show that a 10% weight reduction of the body can lower the possibility of arthritis at the knee by 50%. That’s why it is highly beneficial to develop a healthy body and live a healthy lifestyle to improve your overall condition.
How can I get the treatment?
If you are experiencing arthritis or other-related arthritis symptoms, contact Momentum Spine and Sports Physiotherapy Clinic to perform a proper examination to know what’s causing the pain and find relief to your distress.
We can assure you a comfortable and pain-free life once you begin your treatment plan with one of our orthopedists, sports physiotherapists, and massage therapists today.