Top 10 FAQ’s When Patients Call Our Mississauga Office

2 Mar

Top 10 FAQ’s When Patients Call Our Mississauga Wellness Office We get calls from the Mississauga and Oakville communities often as we are an established health and wellness clinic that has been in the same location, continuously growing, since 1977.  Below are some of the most frequent questions that people ask when they call in (FAQ’s): 1. Where are you located? Our clinic is conveniently located in the Glen Erin Medical-Dental Centre, which is one…

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11 Feb
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Shoveling Again in Mississauga

The snow keeps coming in Mississauga this winter and discussions with patients turn to shoveling techniques in order to not injure their backs. The best advice I have for patients is to treat the shoveling as an exercise: Warm up, cool down, take breaks, drink water, and listen to your body.…

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10 Feb
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Shoulder Suggestions From Our Mississauga...

Shoulder problems? Here are some shoulder suggestions from our Mississauga Chiropractors! I constantly see patients who have shoulder pain and problems and have great success in helping their bodies naturally heal their frustrating shoulder injuries when they are under chiropractic care.  These are the suggestions that I frequently give patients. If the…

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3 Feb
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Being Present

Master being present in your life. We are too often focused on the future – What we want and who we want to become. Make an effort to master being present – Focus on now and appreciate life as it happens. I make an effort to do this with my…

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26 Jan
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Pump Bump Haglund

Pump Bump or Haglund Deformity WHAT’S THE PROBLEM? Haglund deformity is commonly known as a “pump bump” or retrocalcaneal bursitis. It presents as a painful enlargement of the back of the heel bone that becomes irritated by shoe gear. HOW DOES IT FEEL? The Haglund deformity presents as a red, painful, and swollen area in the back of the heel bone (calcaneus). Patients may also develop pain upon motion of the ankle joint and after activity, due to irritation of the Achilles Tendon. The syndrome usually occurs in females in the 2nd to 3rd decade, due to the irritation of the rigid heel counter of…

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