The importance of fun in physio

We all know that exercise that is not enjoyable is less likely to be continued. This may be true of physiotherapy, too. At APR, we offer adults and children individualized assessments and treatment, ensuring that every client is treated with care and respect, and we...

Did you know that babies have strokes, too?

As with adults, a stroke occurs when blood flow to an area of the brain is blocked or interrupted, either by a blood clot or a broken blood vessel. This can occur in infancy for several reasons, and accurate diagnosis of stroke in children can be delayed or even...

Did you know? Neuro-physiotherapy and how it works

Neuro-physiotherapy relies on the brain’s capacity to both lose and form new synaptic connections. In effect, it rewires the brain to learn or re-learn tasks and abilities. Neuroplasticity is the brain’s capacity to adapt and reorganize, making structural and...

Physiotherapy for concussion rehabilitation

A concussion is an injury to the brain caused by a blow to the head or rapid acceleration that causes your brain to strike the inside of your skull, such as in a car accident. Physiotherapy is an important part of concussion rehabilitation and can help relieve your...