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Knee Surgery Number Four – Three Weeks Post

The Range of Motion Battle Continues Roughly four months after a very invasive and challenging cartilage transplant/microfracture knee surgery I was under the knife again for a ‘clean up’ surgery. Why? The toughest challenge in the recovery/rehab has been trying to get full range of motion back – specifically knee flexion. At the three month… Continue Reading

The Day I was Supposed to get Knee Surgery

My Third Knee Surgery Has Been Delayed As I mentioned in a previous post, and to my patients, students, family, and friends I was supposed to get knee surgery today but I found out last week that it will be delayed. WHY? The knee surgery is quite complex as there are a number of factors… Continue Reading

Knee Surgery Cartilage Transplant – Part 1 of 2

The after effects of two previous knee surgeries for torn cartilage Well – here we go again. After a very active 15 years since having a second knee surgery to remove torn cartilage I will be going under the knife this winter. How/when did the original injury occur? When in grade 10 during a high… Continue Reading

GoodLife Health Centres Compliment Your Workouts!

Health Centres – Helping You Achieve Optimal Health and Peak Performance. During the past couple years GoodLife Fitness has been expanding rapidly – opening new clubs and renovating existing ones to add more services. Along with the expansion we have also increased the number of Health Centres to 32. These are the health clinics conveniently located… Continue Reading

Athletic Taping

Today a patient of mine, also a trainer at my gym, Andrea asked me to tape her badly bruised wrist. I gladly obliged as in a previous life – prior to becoming a chiropractor – I was a sports therapist. I worked as a team trainer with university level hockey and football teams, men’s rugby… Continue Reading

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