Baby torticollis

What is a Congenital Torticollis ? It is a postural deformation identified at birth or shortly after the birth. In fact, it is a unilateral contracture or a muscular shortening (on one side only of the neck) of the sternocleidomastoid muscle (SCM) that leads to an inclination of the head on the same side as […]

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Biofeedback to the rescue!

Biofeedback is a brand-new service offered in physiotherapy. It measures the level of activation or relaxation of a muscle group in real time. It will undoubtedly help you put an end to the muscular tensions building up daily. How does it work? Electrodes are applied to the muscle to assess its level of activation or […]

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Jaw pain

The jaw, or temporomandibular joint (TMJ) joins the mandible to the skull and is supported by the action of multiple muscles. It is used in thousands of movements daily, whenever you talk, chew or swallow. As any other joint, the jaw is susceptible to be injured following a trauma or repetitive use and can cause […]

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New Year, new me… the sequel!

Why move should be part of your list of resolutions this year? The benefits of a more active lifestyle are no longer to be proved: Often, when you are stressed or tired, it is difficult to find the time and motivation to train; The couch seems much more inviting! Yet it is not so difficult […]

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