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2020 International Concussion Conference – Abstract Submitted

By Codi Isaac | Apr 11, 2020 | 0 Comments

It takes teamwork. This submission has been a dream for quite a while. We hope to share our experience treating individuals with concussion injuries in a scientific forum. Science and evidence are foundational to what we do. Not only that, but we regularly review recovery timelines and factors that influence recovery. This is how we…

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Urgent, in-person treatment available.

By Codi Isaac | Apr 10, 2020 | 0 Comments

Isaac Physiotherapy is in compliance with AHS directives URGENT cases. In-Person. Avoid Emergency Departments. Dizziness or balance making walking unsafe. Acute Injury Assessments  Concussion Vestibular Severe Pain Management Risk of Hospitalization. Imminent disability Significant fall risk Self-care or care of others (children or elderly parents) jeopardized Recent Surgery or Cast Removal.  Essential Occupation. Not able…

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Covid-19 Update

By Rich Isaac | Mar 22, 2020 | 0 Comments

Our very considered response to COVID-19 is to REMAIN OPEN. We choose to support our Emergency Room and Family Physicians. We can assist you with your URGENT but not requiring emergency care injuries and concerns for better use of community healthcare resources. We have private treatment rooms. These rooms have air filtration and negative pressure…

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Marlyn is Back – Yipee

By Rich Isaac | Dec 1, 2019 | 0 Comments

I’m Back!   I am happy to announce that my maternity leave has wrapped up and I am back to work!  I am looking forward to being in the clinic and putting my skills to use again.   What’s new?   I’ve had the opportunity to take further education in the area of pelvic health. …

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Concussion Course – Recognition and Return to Work and Sport

By Rich Isaac | Jul 20, 2019 | 0 Comments

Course objectives: This 1-day workshop is tailored for kinesiologists who wish to update their knowledge to the most recent developments in concussion recognition and recovery. We will discuss the 11 R’s outlined by the 5th Consensus Statement on Concussion in Sport. You will confidently be able to identify recovery patterns. You will learn and participate in…

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The Role of Balance Testing in Concussion Treatment

By Rich Isaac | Jul 6, 2019 | 0 Comments

Isaac Physiotherapy presents a web-course on the The Role of Balance Testing in Concussion Treatment Click here to register… Speaker: Codi Isaac is a physiotherapist (physical therapist) at Isaac Physiotherapy. She works with people who have experienced a concussion through motor vehicle collision, sport or other types. She uses her broad understanding to apply the…

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Grow your hippocampus. Grow your memory.

By Rich Isaac | Jun 29, 2019 | 0 Comments

Author: Amy Wildeman Now you might be thinking to yourself “What on Earth is a hippocampus?” well, let me tell you! The hippocampus is a seahorse shaped nucleus that lies deep in the temporal lobe, which is part of your brain (Martini., 2018).  This part of your brain helps to form, organize and store long…

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Crashed Ice Season Wrapped Up

By Rich Isaac | Mar 26, 2018 | 0 Comments

Isaac Physiotherapy sponsored crashed ice athlete’s racing season has just wrapped up. After a very successful year, Oli Isaac completed the 2018 Crashed Ice season last weekend. He raced in a total of 4 races; placing 80th in the world. This season bumped his world ranking up 85 spots – from 165 to 80th. He…

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Return to Play – Concussion Study

By Rich Isaac | Jan 14, 2018 | 0 Comments

As a competitive athlete who has experienced concussion, I have – at times – been frustrated with the lack of a simple test to: 1) determine whether a concussion injury is present, and 2) when it is safe to return to play. Not only is this frustrating for me when I am injured and pushing…

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3 Key Movement Tests for Athletes

By admin | Jun 19, 2017 | 0 Comments

  In working with athletes I’ve found that it’s really important to be proactive in preventing injuries and findings ways to enhance stability, strength and speed. One of the best ways is to analyze functional movements. Below you’ll find 3 key functional movement tests that are important to do for sports that require both upper and…

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