March Break Contest – Win a Yoga Bolster

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We LOVE our Half-moon Prana Yoga Bolster. We use it for restorative yoga poses, breathing exercises, and gentle thoracic spine mobilizations.  With schedules changing over March Break we know that you may find that you love to relax with a Yoga Bolster too! At the end of next week (Saturday … Continue reading March Break Contest – Win a Yoga Bolster


March Madness!!!

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It’s March break here in Oakville Ontario. We can feel it based on how our schedules have altered from the norm. We have been seeing some of our patients involved in the education system earlier in the day, as well as some of our school-aged patients. We also know many … Continue reading March Madness!!!


Team Tuesday – Meet Oakville Physio Kristina!

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Why did you decide to become a Physiotherapist? Going into university I knew I wanted to come out of it with a career that would help people. At first I thought it would be something in psychology because I find the motivations behind why people do things fascinating, but after … Continue reading Team Tuesday – Meet Oakville Physio Kristina!


Netflix Review – Your World Explained, “Music” – From an Oakville Physio

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It’s hard for anyone to shut off their brain to what our education disposes us towards. For a Physiotherapist this may mean: Analyzing how people walk with curiosity (don’t worry, we don’t judge, we usually just wonder how we can help) Watching sports net playbacks for a slow motion shot … Continue reading Netflix Review – Your World Explained, “Music” – From an Oakville Physio


Meet Oakville Physio Nada Masoud – Team Tuesday

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Why did you decide to become a Physiotherapist? Going through high school, I always knew I wanted to pursue a career in sciences. Though I wasn’t quite sure what I wanted when I first started university, I researched different careers in the health care field. Physiotherapy appealed to me because … Continue reading Meet Oakville Physio Nada Masoud – Team Tuesday


Fertility and Pelvic Health Physiotherapy

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Fertility specialists, or reproductive endocrinologists, have started to recognize how Pelvic Health Physiotherapists can help women experiencing certain gynaecological conditions with improving fertility. There are certain condition that cause pelvic pain, that have a connection with infertility. These include: Interstitial Cystitis Pelvic Congestion Syndrome Endometriosis Treatment for the above conditions … Continue reading Fertility and Pelvic Health Physiotherapy


“Do you treat knees?” – From an Oakville Physio

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We get so comfortable in our little bubbles that we often take for granted what we know. In casual conversation with someone the other day I mentioned I was a Physiotherapist working in private practice orthopaedics (a “typical” community physio clinic). This person then asked: “Do you treat knees?” Now … Continue reading “Do you treat knees?” – From an Oakville Physio


Meet Emma one of our Front End Team Members! – Team Tuesday

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Hi there! I’m Emma. I think one of my favourite things about working here is seeing or hearing about patients improving. It’s a really satisfying thing to hear when people call in to let us know how well they’re doing or that they are being discharged by the Physio, RMT, … Continue reading Meet Emma one of our Front End Team Members! – Team Tuesday


Congratulations Chiropodist Arien!

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The team at Palermo Physiotherapy and Wellness Centre would like to wish chiropodist Arien and her family congratulations on the arrival of their new little one over the weekend. Although a tad bit early, Arien and baby are both doing well. Chiropodist Nasim will be available for consultation and treatment … Continue reading Congratulations Chiropodist Arien!


Tummy to Play. Back to Sleep. -From an Oakville Physio

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There are a variety of factors that play a role in the development of torticollis (stiff or tilted neck) and plagiocephaly (flattened head areas) in infants. It can be related to factors in-utero (space, first baby, location) and birth related factors (assisted or complicated deliveries). One large contributing factor is … Continue reading Tummy to Play. Back to Sleep. -From an Oakville Physio