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An Interesting Study on Shoulder Pain

For this week’s blog I thought I’d address a research paper published in the American Journal of Roentgenology.  I have found that I frequently reference this study in my day to day practise so it’s probably time that I mention it in our clinic blog. Shoulder Pain Study A 2011 study published in the American…

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Elbow Pain in a Child

There are many different causes of elbow pain. Common injuries that we see at our Burlington sports injury clinic include tennis elbow, golfers elbow, and tendinopathies or overuse injuries in the bicep or tricep muscles. Often the history associated with the condition is what helps us diagnose. Are you a throwing athlete? Does your job…

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Core Strengthening with Care

Core strengthening is very important for protecting the lower back against injury.  The “core” in this context refers to the muscles that support the lower back; the rectus abdominus, the obliques, transversus abdominis and the various layers of muscles in the lumbar spine area (multifidus, quadratus lumborum, parapsinal muscles and latissimus) to name a few.…

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2016 Burlington Post Reader’s Choice Awards

We just wanted to thank everyone out there who supported our clinic in this year’s Burlington Post Reader’s Choice Awards.  We won’t let it go to our heads!   Burlington Sports Therapy was awarded:   Best Chiropractic Clinic Best Physiotherapy Clinic Best Massage Therapy Clinic Best Chiropractor – Dr. Kevin McIntyre Best Chiropractor – Dr. Leslie…

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Sciatic Symptoms and The “Flip” Test

Sciatica is a common complaint at our clinic and has been the topic of sciatic blogs. As we’ve mentioned in the past, there are various causes for “sciatic” symptoms. These causes can include a lumbar disc injury (herniation) or lumbar stenosis to name a few. The symptoms of sciatica can range from leg pain, numbness,…

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