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Physio Video: Hip Flexor and Thigh Tightness Release

How do I release hip flexor tightness? How do I loosen up my hip flexor? Quads? Learn how to release and stretch to stay pain free with Rick Heyden. Try out his tips for stretching usng a foam roller.

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Physio Video: Pressure Point Release of Hip: Tensor Fascia Latae Muscle

So here we are at Body Works Sports Physiotherapy with Holly again, who’s a Field Hockey player and she’s going to be doing some pressure point release work through her tensor fascia latae muscle which is kind of the side in front of the hip and is really common when we have tight hip muscles or hip pain or ITB pain or back pain.

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Knee or Hip Arthritis with Ryan Corkal

Informational Video: Knee or Hip Arthritis with Ryan Corkal

Mark: Hi, it’s Mark from TLR. I’m here with Ryan Corkal of Body Works Sports Physiotherapy in North Vancouver. And we’re going to talk about arthritis. How are you doing Ryan?
Ryan: I’m doing well. How are you?

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Post: Small Ball Pressure Point Release – How to Choose the Right Ball?

I’m here today to talk about pressure point balls or trigger point balls that we can use to release tension in our body. We’ll be giving you some other tips through other videos on specific pressure point, but as a starter, I’d like to talk about what type of ball do I use and how does this technique work?

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Physio Exercise Handouts

Page: Physio Exercise Handouts

This page includes a number of exercises that may be part of your physiotherapy home exercise program as outlined for your specific needs by your physiotherapist at Body Works. If you have any questions or concerns with your exercises, please do not hesitate to Contact Us.

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Need to warm up upper back

Physio Video: Upper Back & Overhead Exercises

This is Steven McGee from Body Works Sports Physiotherapy, North Vancouver. I’m here today to talk to you about overhead activities and warming up your upper back.

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