Lower Back Pain

Visit Aquafit in London Ontario to treat unrelenting lower back pain with innovative models of rehabilitation. Remember what it feels like to move freely with a professional treatment program specifically designed to relieve back pain. Our physiotherapy facility offers private … Read More

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Herniated Disc

What is herniated disc? The human spine is composed of 33 vertebrae. Each vertebrae is made up of a hard casing that protects the jelly-like nucleus of the spinal disc. As we age and due to various injuries, this hard … Read More

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Sciatica Nerve pain

Discover treatments for sciatica that relieve the, at times, severe pain that radiates throughout the lower back and legs. Sciatica can be a painful and disruptive ailment, as it affects patients even while they are at rest. Oftentimes, the pain … Read More

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Rotator Cuff injuries

Rotator cuff injuries are very common shoulder injuries that may cause moderate to severe discomfort – depending on the type and severity of the injury. Oftentimes, patients experience a rotator cuff injury after playing ball sports, swimming, or repeatedly lifting … Read More

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Effective treatments for Arthritis

Don’t wait to discover effective treatments for arthritis and arthritic pain at Aquafit Physiotherapy Clinic in London, Ontario. Arthritis negatively affects the lives of millions of Canadians. From intense pain to a decreased range of motion, arthritis sufferers are plagued … Read More

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Physiotherapy for Knee Injuries

Physiotherapy for knee injuries will reduce your pain, increase your mobility, and enable you to enjoy the activities that your injury once made difficult. Knee injuries are common ailments that compromise the physical freedom of active adults. From young adults … Read More

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Osteoarthritis

What is Osteoarthritis? Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis, affecting 1 in 10 Canadians. This particular type of arthritis compromises movement as it wears away the cartilage that protects the joints. Cartilage is necessary to avoid joint damage … Read More

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