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BAILEY’S BIG 3: LESSONS LEARNED WHILE ACTIVELY TRYING TO NOT DIE DURING THE SPARTAN SPRINT

Life is like a Spartan Race. No, seriously. Let me explain. On June 5, 2015 I participated in the annual Spartan Sprint at Edelweiss Ski Resort. Being a relatively fit individual, I felt I was pretty prepared for the upcoming 5 km obstacle course race. Spartan was to be conquered and I was going to be the conqueror. I was so confident that my plan was to yell “SPARTA” at the top of my lungs…

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BAILEY’S BIG 3: LETTING GO OF (MY) BAD HABITS

It is the last weekend of April and as you know, the theme of April is “Letting Go”. I thought it would be a great opportunity to talk about some of my bad habits because physiotherapists are people too! In the spirit of starting fresh this coming May, here are some of MY bad habits which some of you may relate too! And try not to hold them against me! Haha 1) Chewing my nails.…

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BAILEY’S BIG 3: LETTING GO OF SCARY IMAGING RESULTS!

So the theme of April at Whole Therapy is “letting go.” I struggled with coming up with a blog topic to compliment this theme. This past week, however, I came across this article on the web and thought to myself, Eureka!  This is my teachable, “letting go” moment! I want to preface by saying that medical imaging technology has developed into something amazing. The amount of stuff we can see without actually cutting into the…

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BAILEY’S BIG 3: RUNNING AND SHIN SPLINTS

If you have been reading my blog, my goal was to initially complete a series on needling in the profession of physiotherapy. Don’t worry folks, I still plan on completing that series! It’s just on pause for now. I have chosen to stray from my previous plan and look at a common problem that plagues many runners, because as we all know, April showers bring May flowers, and a boat-load of running injuries! Also, my…

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BAILEY’S BIG 3: NEEDLING TECHNIQUES IN PHYSIOTHERAPY I

Sorry for my absence on Whole Therapy’s social media for all of my devout followers (If you are reading this at all, THANK YOU very much!). I was in Cuba for a WHOLE WEEK vacationing from thinking. I’m back though and ready to educate poison all of your minds! It’s Wednesday and I’ve noticed that I’ve been performing a lot more needling techniques over the last week (with quite a bit of success!). This has…

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BAILEY’S BIG THREE: FAVOURITE CHEESY SAYINGS

  Anyone who knows me knows I like inserting my quirky attitude into educational sessions.      Here are some of my favourite cheesy phrases.   1. Motion is lotion. Correct, AND it rhymes! Many joint surfaces depend on movement for nutrition. Your articular cartilage, discs and menisci get nourishment indirectly by the movement of synovial fluid. They key word being MOVEMENT. If things remain stagnant, you’re depriving your joints of the much needed nourishment they…

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BAILEY’S BIG 3: ICING (AND NOT THE FROSTING ON CAKE)

Anyone who knows me knows I am a big believer in staying up-to-date on the most current literature and eating icing on cake. It’s important to know when the scientific community supports the crazy things we get our clients to do in clinic. I think it is also important to stay on top of controversial topics. So prepare yourself for the controversial topic of… ICING! RICE (Rest. Ice. Compression. Elevation) has been perpetuated as the…

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BAILEY’S BIG 3: THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT
TISSUE HEALING

So you went over on your ankle. Now, a black and blue softball currently resides where your ankle used to live. It’s painful, swollen, hot and difficult to walk on. When is this going to get better?! This is probably the most frequently asked question I get as a physiotherapist. Generally speaking, a moderate sprain/strain can take upwards of 8+ weeks to resolve. HOLY CRAP! 8 WEEKS?! Yes, 8 weeks, give or take. I cannot…

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