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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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Client Testimonial

I recently decided to start running again and completely overdid the distance. Undeterred and determined to continue, I kept running until I was limping due to my calf being so tight. Since I had carried on too long, the pain had spread into my glute as well. I went to see Christine who suggested dry needling to release the tight muscles. The almost immediate release is more than worth the temporary pain. After two sessions I was back running 13 miles virtually pain free. I would highly recommend acupuncture and would definitely do it again. These pins are nothing short of a miracle!
Lis Lees