COVID - 19: Omniclinic Health Safety Procedures

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy now available in Burlington

Pelvic floor physiotherapy treatments address the pain and discomfort associated with weak or imbalanced pelvic floor muscles. Even if you’ve been doing your Kegel exercises on a regular basis, you might still have trouble with lower back pain or abdominal pain or discomfort during sex. That’s where we come in.

 

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Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST) in Burlington and Milton

We are happy to now offer Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST) in both Milton and Burlington with Dr. Stephanie Tabbert!

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Now Offering Clinical Pilates

OMNI Health and Rehab remains open and is now offering clinical PILATES!

Clinical Pilates combines the expertise and experience of a regulated health professional with pilates exercises.  Sessions are one on one and adapted to each individual’s specific needs and goals.

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Not your traditional Chiropractor: An introduction to Dr Tabbert and what separates her from Chiropractic cliche.

 

 

We are excited to welcome Dr. Stephanie Tabbert to our team! Dr Tabbert has a passion for helping her patients reach their health, fitness, and performance goals. Her approach to care is a blend of her skills and expertise with patient preferences to provide a truly individualized experience. In addition to being an experienced chiropractor, Dr Tabbert is trained in clinical pilates, fascial stretch therapy, and active release technique.  She would be happy to incorporate these techniques into Chiropractic sessions.  Read on to learn more… Read more ›

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Should I Tape it?

 

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Tennis Elbow: What is it? How it happens? And What to do about it?

 

Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis) has been sidelining athletes for decades with sharp elbow pain. Commonly thought of as an over use injury, I seem to be treating this problem more frequently over the past few years. Previously, I saw this problem mainly with athletes and racquet sport players, but this problem has become more prevalent in the general population. This is perhaps due to an aging population or a trend towards more active lifestyles.

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Aqua-Therapy in Burlington

Aquatherapy goes by many names – you may have heard it called hydrotherapy or aquatic therapy. In a nutshell, Aquatherapy means “moving in water”, and it is being recommended by physicians and surgeons as part of treatment for more and more conditions, ranging from osteoarthritis and chronic pain, to knee replacement and back surgery. But what exactly is different about moving in the water? What makes moving in the water superior to moving on land, or say, exercising in a gym? Our Physiotherapist Stephanie Aubin outlines a few factors that make moving and exercising in water unique.

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Burlington Concussion Clinic – Management and Education

We are happy to announce the launch of our new website for our long standing concussion program in Burlington.

Burlington Concussion Clinic

Dr. Anil has long been involved with treating concussions in the local community, The concussion program focuses on a four pronged assessment looking at cervical dysfunction, vestibular disorders, oculomotor issues as well as physical fitness. Rehabilitation will be directed by ranking these four assessments as well as involving neurocognitive testing and other multi-modal tests to develop unique programs for each patient.

Cervical Spine:
Often (not always) with concussions there is a head impact. This will often (not always) lead to injury of the cervical spine and surrounding muscle, ligament and tendon. As a result the body will compensate in many different ways, putting stress through different tissues, resulting in headaches, dizziness and nausea. These symptoms are often contributing to a patients overall post concussion syndrome.

Vestibular System:
Balance issues often result form a concussion. Evaluation of your vestibular system can help reveal weaknesses/errors in your positioning sensors that if identified properly, rehab can often correct.

Oculomotor:
Visual tracking and processing are often altered in the post concussion population. Identifying these faults are crucial in recovery so that referral to the appropriate practitioner can be made and visual rehabilitation exercises started.

Fitness:
Long gone are the days of resting until you are better. Research shows that elevating your hear rate after an initial rest period will likely speed up recovery. An appropriate fitness test can help set a bench mark and design a unique exercise program for athletes to return to sport quicker.

The program focuses on sport related concussions but applies to the general population as well with guidance on return to sport, work and learn. visit www.burlingtonconcussionclinic.com to learn more.

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Myths about Back Pain

 

We understand more about lower back pain today than we have ever in the past. This applies to everything from diagnosis to treatment; however the general public perception about lower back pain remains largely unchanged from where it was a decade ago. Today lets discuss the most common misconceptions about back pain in hopes of getting past these outdated beliefs for a healthier 2019!

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6 Tips to Prevent Tennis Injuries

 

Injuries are an unfortunate reality when competing at a high level. Lets highlight some succinct research that has been put together specifically for tennis players in the hopes of making 2019 injury free!

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