Cervicogenic Headache

Cervicogenic headache is a term used to describe headache symptoms that originate from the neck. The pain we experience with this is a “somatic referred pain”. Meaning the part that hurts, isn’t the actual cause of the pain. The primary cause of the cervicogenic headache is from nerve roots (as they exit the spinal cord), or along the length of...

Post COVID: Return to Activity

The effect of Coronavirus (COVID -19) may have a lingering effect on our body and how we function. Most people who have had COVID-19 typically feel better within days to weeks, but others may take longer to recover. “Long COVID” is when you have symptoms that last weeks to months after first being infected. This can happen whether you had mild...

Balance Exercises & Reducing Falls

Proprioception: The body’s awareness of its position or movement in space, is a critical component of maintaining balance, especially when the eyes are closed. There has been a multitude of that portrays the benefits of integrating proprioceptive training into an exercise or home exercise program.

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