๐Ÿ”Ž How do we assess you in Telehealth?

๐Ÿ‘‰ This is a common question I hear from people when I tell them about Telehealth and it is an incredibly valid question. ๐Ÿ˜Ž We use the same methods you would find in a clinic, but a bit different. Each person is unique, and each injury is specific to that person, so we adjust our assessments based on what is presented. In the slides above you can see examples of what we [...]

โšกA good rehabilitation program should keep you doing the things you enjoy….not removing them.โšก

There are many ways to modify our existing exercise programs or activities so we can keep being active with the things that bring us value. This can be applied to a high level athlete, or a casual weekend warrior. One example is spreading out the amount of exercise you do in a session throughout a week. Lets make up a basic example. Say you normally do a 5,000 step walk 3x [...]

DIY Homemade “Sand Bag Weights”

โšกStop letting equipment get in the way of your health and fitness goalsโšก โ˜๐Ÿผ One of the barriers I see regularly in peopleโ€™s journey recovering from injury, is access to equipment. This was made worse during Covid-19 as gyms closed down, and equipment prices soared. No one should be limited from progressing their fitness and health goals. So letโ€™s get to work eliminating barriers. The total cost of this project ranges from [...]

What is Physiotherapy Telehealth?

What is Physiotherapy Telehealth?Telehealth or Telemedicine can go by many names. It is Simply put - we use technology like a laptop/computer, phone, or tablet to carry out your physiotherapy session. Sounds good, but what does that ๐™–๐™˜๐™ฉ๐™ช๐™–๐™ก๐™ก๐™ฎ look like? Below is an example of an initial consult. 1. An email link is sent to you before your appointment that connects you to your physiotherapist through video chat via an encrypted/secure server. [...]

An Introduction to Who I am…

Hi there I just wanted to introduce myself. My name is Bryce Dundon, and I am a physiotherapist. I was born and raised in Vancouver, B.C. I was lucky enough to complete my Doctor of Physiotherapy degree at Bond University in the beautiful Queensland, Australia. Over the past few years I have been working in private practice and clinical Pilates with a great team at the Treloar Physiotherapy Clinic. In addition I [...]

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