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Introduction In the quest for optimal health and wellness, sometimes, we need to go beyond the basics.
This is where Kinesiology Physiotherapy comes into play, offering a holistic approach to enhancing health and well-being. At our Kinesiology Physiotherapy Clinic in Abbotsford, we're dedicated to helping you unlock your full potential by addressing not just the symptoms but the root causes of your health concerns. In this comprehensive blog, we will explore the intricacies of Kinesiology Physiotherapy, its benefits, and how it can elevate your overall health.
Understanding Kinesiology Physiotherapy
Kinesiology Physiotherapy, often referred to simply as "Kinesio," is a multidisciplinary approach to healthcare that focuses on optimizing movement, function, and overall well-being. Unlike traditional physiotherapy, Kinesiology Physiotherapy delves deeper into understanding the body's mechanics, addressing not only injury and pain but also striving to improve performance and prevent future issues. At our clinic in Abbotsford, we take this approach to the next level, ensuring that our patients experience holistic care that goes beyond the basics.
The Benefits of Kinesiology Physiotherapy
Pain Management: One of the primary reasons individuals seek Kinesiology Physiotherapy is to manage and alleviate pain. Through a combination of specialized exercises, manual therapy, and education, our therapists can help you find relief from chronic pain conditions.
Improved Mobility: Kinesiology Physiotherapy is instrumental in restoring and enhancing mobility. Whether you're recovering from an injury, surgery, or dealing with a chronic condition, our customized treatment plans are designed to help you regain your freedom of movement.
Enhanced Athletic Performance: Beyond rehabilitation, our clinic in Abbotsford caters to athletes looking to enhance their performance. Kinesiology Physiotherapy techniques can optimize athletic movements, prevent injuries, and elevate your competitive edge.
Preventative Care: Our approach doesn't stop at treating existing issues. We also emphasize preventative care, empowering you with the knowledge and tools to reduce the risk of future injuries and health concerns.
Improved Quality of Life: Ultimately, Kinesiology Physiotherapy aims to improve your overall quality of life. By addressing physical limitations and promoting wellness, our treatments can lead to a healthier, more fulfilling life.
The Role of Our Abbotsford Clinic
At our Kinesiology Physiotherapy Clinic in Abbotsford, we're committed to delivering personalized care that exceeds the expectations of our patients. Our team of experienced therapists takes a patient-centered approach, carefully assessing individual needs and crafting tailored treatment plans. We use advanced techniques, cutting-edge equipment, and evidence-based practices to ensure the best outcomes for our patients.
Beyond traditional physiotherapy, our clinic offers specialized services such as:
Functional Movement Analysis: We conduct in-depth assessments to identify movement imbalances, which serve as the foundation for personalized treatment plans.
Sports Rehabilitation: Athletes of all levels can benefit from our sports-specific rehabilitation programs, designed to accelerate recovery and enhance performance.
Chronic Pain Management: Our holistic approach includes addressing the underlying causes of chronic pain, providing long-lasting relief.
Nutritional Guidance: We understand that nutrition plays a crucial role in overall health. Our clinic offers nutritional counseling to complement physiotherapy treatment.
Educational Workshops: We empower our patients with knowledge, offering workshops and resources that help them take control of their health.
In the realm of healthcare, going "beyond the basics" often means seeking comprehensive, holistic solutions. Kinesiology Physiotherapy, as practiced at our Abbotsford clinic, embodies this philosophy. Whether you're dealing with pain, seeking improved mobility, or striving for peak athletic performance, our team is dedicated to helping you achieve your goals. We invite you to explore the transformative power of Kinesiology Physiotherapy and experience enhanced health and well-being like never before. Reach out to our clinic in Abbotsford today, and let's embark on this journey toward a healthier, more vibrant you. for more information visit on site : https://www.townlinephysio.com/services/kinesiology-abbotsford/
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My manager knew I was dealing with a very close family member/SO dying this spring, and my "depression"(from the situation)/exhaustion combo impacted my performance to a degree.
It wasn't an FMLA eligible situation. He did a 180 from compassionate to putting me on a PIP on his way out the door, so I had to navigate extreme work stress on top of end of life/death. I can only hope he gets the most painful kind of cancer possible, tomorrow. Or as someone else said "who the F pips someone in that situation?"
My ADHD coping mechanisms were broken by this stress combo, and I'm so depressed--more from the PIP than anything else now-- that it's rare anymore to have one day where I'm NOT crying at my computer or randomly otherwise. I wake up devastated Sunday morning that tomorow is Monday and borderline suicidal Sunday night for months now. I have been remote since well before the pandemic and am killing myself when I'm not at work trying to find another remote job (necessary for me now), so I'm also beyond burned out from the job search every day.
The other night, the phrase "killing myself" almost became literal, albeit because I was stewing about work and distracted, but this is totally destroying my mental and physical health. The PIP was supposed to end last week but my boss wouldn't give me a clear answer when I asked if I'd completed the outstanding items to her satisfaction, so I spent a chunk of time thinking I'd get bad news and focusing on my job search. Instead of caliing it done, they extended it with additional items despite my doing the things I was told to do in a previous week 1:1 to call it done. I have been pushing for them to just end the pip early (because it was so counterproductive to my ability to focus on ACTUAL work) but to no avail.....and then they extended it. I've been so miserable that I would totally take a huge pay cut for another remote job just to GTFO and yet I have had no luck with my search yet since I didn't really have bandwidth to start looking until the "after death" phase of this a few weeks ago. I have never disclosed my ADHD to anyone at work other than a colleague who is openly autistic who has been supportive and thinks disclosing might "level set" better with my manager; has anyone disclosed something like this in a difficult situation like this and had it help? Could it? The company seems like its allyship with neurodivergents is performative at best since there is no real willingness on anyone's part to respect what I need to be successful despite the million times I've mentioned neurodiversity in passing in discussions when I'm saying what I need to work best. I'm not asking for anything with a dollar value and what led to this would be hard fo r a neurotypical person! It's insanity to be punished for failing to be superhuman and then get additional time despite noted improvement because they want more than what they wanted 2 weeks ago to call this done.
At what point do you just tell them to discuss severance in a bad market? If I didn't have others to take care of I would have already!
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Please HR people, what EXACT information is given to the employer when a credit check is done?
How specific or complete is the information? Is it just the credit score or more details like the amount of outstanding debt and past due amounts? Thank you!
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Has anyone left their full time toxic job for a contract role ?
I work with a very condescending, micromanaging manager and honestly it makes me sick to my stomach every time she puts a 1:1 on my calendar. I currently have a part time contract role that is way better environment wise, but no benefits. They offered me more hours and I am considering it.
Additional info: Contract role is well paying and is a level up from my current role. So pays more, better environment.
what would you do in my shoes ?
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It's tough to overestimate how effective these two tools — visualization and mindfulness meditation — are when trying to figure out what in the world your dream job really is.
I know this because I've engaged this holistic and empowering method personally and with hundreds of students and clients.
One of the many reasons it's so instrumental in gaining clarity is because we tend to romanticize what we think our dream job is. That can pull us off-course really fast, and we often feel like we've gone too far down that road toward it to turn back, so we're disappointed yet again finding ourselves in a job that's not a great fit.
In today's post on my blog "Reimagine," we look at what visualization and mindfulness meditation are in the context of a dream-job pursuit and how separately and together they can transform your experience.
If you would love to change jobs but have no clue what you’d rather do instead, or you find yourself trying to find a new opportunity but not gaining traction, this approach may be exactly what you need.
You can read it here:
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My manager does not listen.
she will jump in and take the conversation in the wrong direction and provide wrong information.
I tried telling her the client had issues with something, she cut me off and said the contract is under review that’s why the issues. It sounded wrong so I clarified but she further explained the contract being in review. I know my information was clear therefore I believed her. During a meeting with my client I passed along the info and they had no idea there was contract issues and after they emailed my boss and I.
my boss responded that she was not aware of any contact issues. Now the client is confused why I told them there were issues and even questioning my abilities.
She has done stuff like this before, today in a different client meeting she made me look incompetent.
how do I address this with my boss or do I just ignore her when she does it? my worry is sounding childish and being a complainer but I also don’t care to look bad to clients.