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Spinal Pain. Summary of Pathology and Treatment Options

December 13th, 2012

The following is a quick summary of my understanding of spinal conditions and current treatment options.  I tried to attach references and links whenever I could. Hope this helps.  Feel free to email me to comment or to give feedback. Also watch for a Blog by Rochelle in the near future.  She will be putting together [&hellip

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Shoulder Information Section. Anatomy and various pathologies / surgeries

July 8th, 2011

This area has been created as a resource for patients seeking information on various topics of the Shoulder Region

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Frozen Shoulder VS. Adhesive Capsulitis

July 8th, 2011

Did you know that frozen shoulder and adhesive capsulitis are actually two separate conditions. What separates these two diagnoses? Both show up looking like a painful, stiff shoulder. But adhesive capsulitis (as its name implies) affects the fibrous ligaments that surround the shoulder and form what’s called the capsule. The condition referred to as a frozen [&hellip

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Soft or Hard Neck Collar: Which One Should You Use and When?

July 7th, 2011

The debate about neck collars has been going on for decades. Some surgeons never have their patients use them — even to stabilize the neck after a fusion procedure. Others use them to provide support and security for the patient but don’t consider them really necessary. And when asked in a survey at least half [&hellip

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Low Back / Lumbar Spine Information

June 29th, 2011

This area has been created as a resource for patients seeking information on various topics of the low back / lumbar spine

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Neck / Cervical Spine Information

June 29th, 2011

This area has been created as a resource for patients seeking information on various topics of the Neck / Cervical region

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Why Resolve Health Partners?

February 16th, 2011

Like many clinics, organizations and companies, we felt we wanted to change our name of Douglas Square Physiotherapy Clinic to something that would more accurately reflect what we do and doesn’t tie us to this specific area of Calgary. Douglas Square is a great community and we definitely consider it home, but as we look [&hellip

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Why Doesn’t Your Clinic Accept WCB or Calgary Health Region Funding?

September 17th, 2010

No we do not see workers compensation (WCB) or Calgary health region patients

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