News

Blog

Page 1 of 2
I recently was visiting family and my cousin’s child, had broken a growth plate in her toe. She had been prescribed a “walking boot” and was advised to limit her amount of stairs and walking. This is typical for any type of foot, toe, bone, tendon, ligament and muscle injury to the lower extremity, however, what seems to be overlooked is general walking around the house or what we would consider activities of daily living. I have rarely, if ever, had a current patient, let alo...
Posted on 2018-12-19
Knee Injuries Associated With Landing Mechanics In Volleyball Players Who am I?             My name is Melisa Luong and I’m a Registered Physiotherapist at Honsberger Physio +. I’ve played competitive volleyball for over 10 years and recently started coaching a 14U girls’ team this past summer. I’ve treated, seen, and experienced first hand multiple incidents of injuries in volleyball from rotator cuff tears to ankl...
Posted on 2018-12-19
Cell phones and tablets and smart watches, OH MY! Text neck is a term used in the rehab world to describe neck pain and possible underlying postural complications and/or damage sustained from looking down at your cell phone, tablet, or other wireless devices too frequently and for too long. The posture of bending your neck to look down to read or text is a growing concern due to the the increased usage of digital devices these days.  Especially of concern are the growing number of children...
Posted on 2018-10-09
The current trend in ergonomics has been to promote the health benefits of adjustable or sit-stand workstations. However, according to many of the latest ergonomic research, too much focus has been placed on standing more and sitting less. The more important focus should be balancing both postural positions throughout the day and working on maintaining good body posture.   This has not only been substantiated with many ergonomists, but also holds true in my many years of exp...
Posted on 2018-09-28
The debate of static or dynamic stretching has been raising eyebrows for the past few years in regards to proper and effective sports warm-ups. Static stretching refers to bringing your muscle to a point of tension (when you feel the pull in it) and holding it there for around 30-45 seconds. Dynamic stretching, while still bringing muscles to a point of tension, involves doing so through movement.            For a very long time, the though...
Posted on 2018-05-18
Page 1 of 2

Share this page

Building A Better You

Orthopedic Rehabilitation
105-675 Cochrane Drive, Markham, ON L3R 0B8 P (905) 940-2627 F (905) 940-3136 HONSBERGER@HONSBERGERPHYSIOPLUS.COM
81 Temperance Street, Aurora, ON L4G 2R1 P (905) 841-0411 F (905) 841-7311 AURORA@HONSBERGERPHYSIOPLUS.COM
2392 Industrial Street, Burlington, ON L7P 1A5 (905) 335-5858 ADAM@HONSBERGERPHYSIOPLUS.COM
38 Innovator Avenue, Unit 10, Stouffville, ON L4A 0Y2 (365) 521-2008 PROGRAMS@HONSBERGERPHYSIOPLUS.COM
*125 Martin Ross Avenue #12, North York, ON M3J 2L9 PROGRAMS@HONSBERGERPHYSIOPLUS.COM
*By special request only