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Running and Knee Osteoarthritis – Have No Fear!

by Anthony Teoli, MSc, PT

For the longest time, we have been told that we should fear high-impact activities, such as running, but our understanding of knee OA has evolved […]

For the longest time, we have been told that we should fear high-impact activities, such as running, but our understanding of knee OA has evolved significantly over the years…

Published on June 28, 2020 Read more

Surgical Management for Knee Osteoarthritis

by Anthony Teoli, MSc, PT

As you read on, you will discover the two most common methods used in the surgical management of knee osteoarthritis, as well as the studies […]

As you read on, you will discover the two most common methods used in the surgical management of knee osteoarthritis, as well as the studies reported.

Published on June 15, 2020 Read more

Clinical Classification Criteria for Knee Osteoarthritis

by Anthony Teoli, M. Sc., pht.

This article provides guidelines for the clinical diagnosis of knee osteoarthritis.

This article provides guidelines for the clinical diagnosis of knee osteoarthritis.

Published on May 25, 2020 Read more

Movement Optimization – The Power of Regression

by Mai-Lihn Dovan M. Sc., CAT(C)

Even if the movements will never be perfect, optimal is our next best bet.

Even if the movements will never be perfect, optimal is our next best bet.

Published on April 22, 2020 Read more

From the Clinic to the Gym: Accessible (P)Rehab Applications for Trainers

by Mai-Linh Dovan M.Sc., CAT(C)

Why should you, as a trainer, use the clinical approach to evaluate your patient?

Why should you, as a trainer, use the clinical approach to evaluate your patient?

Published on April 22, 2020 Read more

Hypoxia-induced factor (HIF-1α) and the skeletal muscle

by Pierre-Luc Dubé

Although research has deepened our understanding of the role and functioning of HIFs, many questions remain unanswered today.

Although research has deepened our understanding of the role and functioning of HIFs, many questions remain unanswered today.

Published on March 27, 2020 Read more

Why is strength training advantageous during muscle mass gain?

by Pierre-Luc Dubé

Hypertrophy and strength are two distinct qualities, but they are very complementary.

Hypertrophy and strength are two distinct qualities, but they are very complementary.

Published on March 27, 2020 Read more

Voodoo Floss: myth or reality?

by Pierre-Luc Dubé

Voodoo Floss is a recent technique that would allow range of motion work while improving joints biomechanics.

Voodoo Floss is a recent technique that would allow range of motion work while improving joints biomechanics.

Published on March 27, 2020 Read more

How to maximize muscle recruitment?

by Pierre-Luc Dubé

“A muscle that is not felt is not stimulated”

“A muscle that is not felt is not stimulated”

Published on March 24, 2020 Read more

Why should you use a monitor to follow up your customers training and progress?

by Pierre-Luc Dubé

He who does not know where he comes from cannot know where he is going.

He who does not know where he comes from cannot know where he is going.

Published on March 24, 2020 Read more

Overcompensation: the banner call of the personal trainer

by Pierre-Luc Dubé

The secret recipe for overcompensation? Periodization!

The secret recipe for overcompensation? Periodization!

Published on March 24, 2020 Read more

Blood flow restriction training

by Pierre-Luc Dubé

Getting the same results with half the effort, is it possible? Experts of blood flow restriction training say so!

Getting the same results with half the effort, is it possible? Experts of blood flow restriction training say so!

Published on March 23, 2020 Read more

Coffee: miracle cure or crutch?

by Pierre-Luc Dubé

Coffee has its effects, both positive and negative. But would you be able to say under what circumstances?

Coffee has its effects, both positive and negative. But would you be able to say under what circumstances?

Published on March 23, 2020 Read more

CrossFit or traditional gym training?

by Pierre-Luc Dubé

Initially used to train firefighters, CrossFit is now very popular.

Initially used to train firefighters, CrossFit is now very popular.

Published on March 23, 2020 Read more

How to integrate mental preparation into rehabilitation?

by Christiana Bedard Thom

“You are not treating the injury, you are treating the individual."

“You are not treating the injury, you are treating the individual.”

Published on March 23, 2020 Read more

Effects of eccentric training on muscle adaptations

by Pierre-Luc Dubé

The use of this type of contraction has additional advantages in terms of possible adaptations on the muscle cell and more specifically on the physiological […]

The use of this type of contraction has additional advantages in terms of possible adaptations on the muscle cell and more specifically on the physiological and neural level.

Published on March 21, 2020 Read more

Music as an ergogenic aid

by Pierre-Luc Dubé

Hearing stimulation is processed by the brain, but what is the hormonal and nerve response actually generated by music during training or in a sports […]

Hearing stimulation is processed by the brain, but what is the hormonal and nerve response actually generated by music during training or in a sports context?

Published on March 20, 2020 Read more

Submaximal training or training until failure: which option to choose?

by Pierre-Luc Dubé

The margin is often small between too strong and insufficient stimulation. According to a given context, do we know when to stop?

The margin is often small between too strong and insufficient stimulation. According to a given context, do we know when to stop?

Published on March 20, 2020 Read more

How to choose a deadlift type?

by Pierre-Luc Dubé

Which type is best suited to your client: the octagonal bar, sumo, raised, Romanian ...?

Which type is best suited to your client: the octagonal bar, sumo, raised, Romanian …?

Published on March 20, 2020 Read more

The effects of cortisol on training adaptations

by Pierre-Luc Dubé

While the intention behind physical activity is noble, the physiological stress generated by training also leads to the release of cortisol.

While the intention behind physical activity is noble, the physiological stress generated by training also leads to the release of cortisol.

Published on March 20, 2020 Read more

Pelvic Floor Implications in Running Athletes

by Dr. Amanda Olsen

Rehabilitation of runners with pelvic floor dysfunction: what can we do as healthcare practioners?

Rehabilitation of runners with pelvic floor dysfunction: what can we do as healthcare practioners?

Published on February 5, 2020 Read more

Towards promoting optimal abdomino-pelvic health: A perinatal care perspective

by Dr. Sinead Dufour

How do I prevent: pelvic floor trauma, urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and diastasis rectus abdominis?

How do I prevent: pelvic floor trauma, urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and diastasis rectus abdominis?

Published on January 8, 2020 Read more

6 questions to ask BEFORE strengthening the pelvic floor

by ANNE-MARIE GIGUÈRE, Physical Therapist

If I ask you to describe the pelvic floor muscles after childbirth, what are you thinking about?

If I ask you to describe the pelvic floor muscles after childbirth, what are you thinking about?

Published on July 19, 2019 Read more

4 tips for the mother athlete

by Sarah Baribeau, Kinesiologist, M.S in perinatal care

What to do with the woman who was training 15 hours a week and gets pregnant?

What to do with the woman who was training 15 hours a week and gets pregnant?

Published on July 19, 2019 Read more

Evaluation and treatment of out of the ordinary athletes

by JUSTINE BENOIT-PIAU, PT, M.S

Dancers need rehabilitation professionals who can assess and treat them effectively.

Dancers need rehabilitation professionals who can assess and treat them effectively.

Published on July 19, 2019 Read more

Deconstruct the image of martyrs in sport

by Justine Benoit-Piau, PT, M.S

How to do it concretely?

How to do it concretely?

Published on July 19, 2019 Read more

Cardiovascular training in team sports

by Léandre Gagné-Lemieux, Kinesiologist, M.S

How and why do we have to stimulate the cardiovascular system?

How and why do we have to stimulate the cardiovascular system?

Published on July 19, 2019 Read more

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