Dynamic Warm-upfor Soccer Players and Athletes Prepared by: Anna Leuenberger, 4th Year Kinesiology, University of Waterloo Dynamic warm-ups are used to help mitigate the risk of injuries acquired during physical activity. This is achieved by preparing athletes to work at a high intensity. A dynamic warm up typically consists of exercises designed to raise heart
Headaches With Eye Movement?
Written by: Sasha Guay, Registered Physiotherapist, MSc(PT)
Are you experiencing headaches with things like reading or computer tasks? 👀
This is a very common symptom following concussion but can also occur without. 🧠 Many people often attribute this pain to their eyes and figure vision therapy, changing their glasses prescription or avoiding eye tasks all together is the answer. 🤓 But did you know, this pain can actually be caused by dysfunction in some small muscles in your neck? 😯
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Sasha Guay, MSc(PT)
Sasha joined the GRSM team in May 2019. She completed her Sports Physiotherapy Fellowship at the University of Guelph, following her Masters in Physiotherapy at Queen’s. She is in the process of completing her manual therapy levels and is looking forward to obtaining her acupuncture certification. She is passionate about working with athletes and has enjoyed working with a Minor Midget AAA hockey team, varsity lacrosse at the University of Guelph and Western, as well as rugby clubs at International events. She’s excited to work in the GRSM atmosphere, as she comes from a background of sport herself. She played varsity rugby at the University of Western Ontario while completing her undergrad in Kinesiology. She has competed in a variety of other sports, such as hockey, soccer and field hockey. Passions outside of physiotherapy include hiking, spending time with her friends, family and dog, cooking and interval training.