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Now Offering Acupuncture and Dry Needling At "A Step Ahead Physiotherapy" our mission statement is “Begin…with the end in mind”. From your first physiotherapy visit to your last, our first priority i...

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Stop Icing and Heal Faster How many times have you come home from a long run, hard training session, or rugby game, and pulled a bag of frozen peas out of the freezer for your sore joint and/or muscle? Conventional wisdom has l...

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Is Kinesio Tape Right For You? Remember the strange tape on the US Postal Service cycling team in the 2001 Tour de France? What about the bizarre black tape covering the shoulder of US beach volleyball player Kerri Walsh-Jennings a...

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Significant changes occur in a woman’s body during pregnancy. Many of these changes are physical in nature and affect the muscles and joints. Changing levels of hormones will affect the tightness of t...
The running season is upon us which brings with it the onset of many lower extremity injuries. One of the most common complaints among runners is pain in the back of the thigh which is commonly referr...
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I would like to express my sincere thanks to Christine Gibbs at A Step Ahead Physio who not only got me running again but enabled me to complete the NY Marathon this year. I have had a long history of IT Band problems. Christine treated me with active release therapy, ultra sound and gave me a stretching and strengthening program. She also recommended orthotic soles. The very first time I tried them I was amazed at how much support they gave me. My foot mechanics are now sound and I have been running pain free ever since. If it were not for Christine’s treatment and orthotic soles I have no doubt I wouldn’t have even got to the start line let alone the finish of the marathon. Thanks ASAP!
Anon