COVID-19 Opening Update From MOVE Pain Care
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Hello All, Tricia and Monica hope you are doing well and keeping safe during this stressful time. At this point, the clinic is still not open, but there have been recent developments that will allow us to safely start the … Read More

Covid-19 Update From MOVE Pain Care
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Hello All, Given the current state of uncertainty around the COVID-19 Pandemic and the uncertain progression of the situation, Tricia Twogood and Monica Noy will be closing the clinic until further notice. For up to date information of the state … Read More

Chronic Low Back Pain?
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  Download the Chronic Low Back Pain – So Your Back Hurts… brochure. The Institue of Health Economics, and Towards Optimal Practice, Alberta, have developed a brochure to help provide you and your health team with a better understanding of … Read More

Learning to Roll with Flare-ups
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  Dr. Bronnwyn Thompson provides pragmatic information on recognising and managing flare-ups, and has some cautionary words and sage advice for healthcare practitioners. “Identify your early warning signs Even though a flare-up can feel like it’s come from out of … Read More

Choosing Wisely Canada
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Got Back Pain? How Do You Know if You Need That Test? Choosing Wisely Canada can help you, and the health care professionals you work with, make that decision. Choosing Wisely Canada started in April, 2014, and consists of a … Read More

On Well-Being
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  Well-being, or feeling happy and in good health can sometimes be a challenge. Life has its ups and downs and stressful periods that can come with more general aches, pains and tensions. A flare-up of old symptoms can occur … Read More

On Injury and Rehabilitation
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Injury can occur with day to day activity like a slip and fall, or from occasional or competitive sporting activities, an accident, or repetative motions over long periods of time. Minor injuries like sprains and strains are self-limiting and will … Read More

On Pain
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Acute pain comes on suddenly and can be extremely uncomfortable. Sometimes there seems to be no good reason for it. Sometimes it comes on at the time of an injury, or it could be hours later. The good news is … Read More

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