Running is a common athletic activity, whether it is part of another sport or done on its own. Despite how common running is, though, the repetitive motions and impacts involved in the activity mean that there are many chances for injury. Here, our Stittsville physiotherapists explain 5 of the most common injuries sustained while running and how to spot them.
Winter Sports Activities
Your physiotherapist offers these tips to help prevent winter sports injuries... and if something does happen, we'll help you identify the problem and treat it back to health.
Working with a physiotherapist can help support young athletes to perform their best and minimize injury during the hockey or soccer season.
A head injury – or in severe cases a concussion – is a risk even the most seasoned skier takes when heading to the ski slopes.
If you have a ski or snowboard knee injury – how would a physiotherapist in the Ottawa Stittsville area treat it?
If you fall and injure your shoulder while skiing in the beautiful Ottawa area, you may have an Acromio-Clavicular or AC separation.
A FOOSH injury is the second most common ski and snowboarding injury. A FOOSH injury can occur any day, any time (falling, cycling fall, etc), but is common on the ski hill this time of year, especially for all the beginners out there!