edge blog

  • Meet our Leading Edge Vestibular Rehabilitation Team in Edmonton & St. Albert

    At leading Edge Physiotherapy we don't just offer vestibular rehabilitation. We offer a full spectrum of services for those suffering dizziness, balance and vestibular issues in Edmonton and St. Albert. This includes the application of our training, experience, clinical associations and state-of-the-art technology. We have a large team of professionals ...

    Read More
  • Aquatic Therapy for Low Back Pain – Goggles Optional

    You won't need goggles to help your lower back but water can make a huge difference on your recovery.Degenerative disc disease, arthritis, herniated discs, spinal stenosis, mechanical low back pain and strains of the lumbar spine can make exercising a daunting task. So when all of the ads and ...

    Read More
  • Is Radial Shockwave Right For Me?

    Do you suffer from tennis elbow, golfers elbow, jumpers knee (patellar tendinitis), achilles tendinitis, plantar fasciitis or rotator cuff tendinitis and you live in Edmonton, St. Albert or surrounding areas? If you answer YES to the 4 questions below you may be a candidate for Radial Shockwave:Do you have pain ...

    Read More
  • 6 Ways Aquatic Therapy Can Help You

    Water plays an essential role in our lives. This transparent fluid made up of three atoms, one oxygen and two hydrogen, forms the major constitution of our human body. We all know we need to drink water in order to survive and I believe that we should all drink more ...

    Read More
  • Are Dizziness and Vertigo the same thing?

    Vertigo is not the same as dizziness These words are not synonyms. It is an important fact for a person to understand, since they mean very different things and will therefor require very different treatment and examination. People will often use the word dizziness to describe any sensation that makes ...

    Read More
  • Ask the Physio

    We have 100 years of combined experience treating acute and complex conditions. Let us put that experience to work for you. There are 2 ways to "ask the physio" 1. Ask for us to blog We are here to help as many people in the world that we can. Unfortunately, we are not ...

    Read More

Ask the Physio

We have 100 years of combined experience treating acute and complex conditions. Let us put that experience to work for you. There are 2 ways to "ask the physio" 1. Ask for us ...

Read More
Showing 43 of 43 results