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We are pleased to announce that Marlyn Bravo recently received her Upper Extremities Active Release Techniques(ART) Certification and is available to provide active release therapy in Sherwood Park. She earned her Lower Extremity ART Certification in December, 2012. “ART is a patented, state of the art soft tissue system/movement based massage technique that treats problems with muscles,…Read More
On August 14, Codi received confirmation from Duke University that she successfully completed Duke University’s Vestibular Rehabilitation Competency Based course. I highly recommend this globally recognized advanced vestibular course. Course Description: “This intense, evidence-based, six-day course is designed for physical therapists, occupational therapists and MDs with experience treating patients/clients with vestibular deficits. The course consists…Read More
We get many inquiries into Concussion Baseline Testing. Concussion Management is an area that is very important to our athletes and their sporting participation. Managing concussion injuries is something I take very seriously and have been working on for several years now. There are really several steps to successful management. After baseline testing is complete,…Read More
Codi Isaac from CBI/Isaac Physiotherapy joined ImPACT to talk about physiotherapy implications of concussions in Halifax on June 18, 2015. The main focus of the workshop is teaching clinical concussion baselines, assessments and treatments. Codi has built her practice and business around concussion management and getting people back into their game fast. Stay tuned for other presentations Codi…Read More
Sherwood Park News highlights Isaac Physiotherapy’s impact on the community and its unique focus on concussion management and treatment. The news article goes on to say: Having spent her entire physiotherapy career in the Park, Isaac said she decided to open up her own clinic because she wanted to do work with people with concussions,…Read More
Isaac Physiotherapy presented a case study in Pittsburgh called: (Stubbornly) Persistent Concussion Symptoms and Multimodal Physiotherapy in an Athletic Youth: Case Study 2014. The case study examined a 17 year-old male hockey player that was hit from the front during a game had a loss of balance resulting in a fall. The case study outlined the multi pronged physiotherapy…Read More