Connection between Chronic LBP and Pelvic floor dysfunction

Is there a connection between chronic LBP and Pelvic floor dysfunction? Recent studies have shown that there might indeed be a connection. Patients struggling with Lower Back Pain have been observed to also have Pelvic floor dysfunction. The incidence of these two conditions is more common than most physicians actually know. It will interest you […]


How to recover your mobility after an injury (What to do, What to avoid)

Experiencing a debilitating injury is something everyone wants to avoid as much as possible. However, the reality of life is that it can happen to anyone, thanks to a number of factors. Among other things, your mobility is likely to be affected after an injury. Knowing what to do and what to avoid are the […]


Be Active This Summer, but Be Careful!

Outdoor physical activity this summer is a welcome change after the COVID lockdown, but our bodies, confined for months indoors, may not be up to the challenge, and this can lead to injury.


New Moms Can Recover Faster with Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

We’ll provide you with the treatment you need to overcome post-partum related pelvic challenges.


How to Fix Your Lower Back Pain in 2 Steps with Physiotherapy

Allow me to introduce you to Patrick (not his real name). Patrick is a loving father who loved spending time with his family and his motorcycle (a close second).


COVID-19 Anxiety and Stress: Dealing with the Impact it has on our Bodies

At Stay Active Rehabilitation, we help clients manage the physical effects related to anxiety and stress caused by the pandemic.


Safe Winter Walking!

While walking is something most of us can do throughout the year, it requires more attention in winter in much of Canada.


Are You Or Someone You Know At Risk of Falls?

During the period of lockdown, one of my main reasons of concerns have been surrounding the safety of my senior patients.


Find out what the cause of your pain is and permanently fix it

It’s not uncommon in my practice as a physiotherapist to consistently hear people’s belief that they need to get all kinds of diagnostic tools like X-rays, US, and MRI’s to find out “what’s wrong” and determine the root cause of their pain and suffering.


Urinary Incontinence

There are 3 types of incontinence. Stress incontinence which is leaking with a certain activity such as jumping or sneezing. Urge incontinence which is an uncontrollable and sudden urge to pee.


Back Pain ‘Driving’ You Mad? Tips To Help Alleviate Back Pain While Driving

If you drive fairly long distances to and from work everyday, if your job requires you to drive long hours, or, if you’re the designated driver in your family – it’slikely you’ve experienced back pain.


5 Habits To Reduce Stiffness

I wanted to answer a common question I get asked about being stiff which we get asked regularly by patients. “Alejandra, do you have any advice for someone like me who isn’t in a lot of pain?