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Move Well, Live Well

Each individual has a unique way of moving that they have learned throughout their life. If one is missing movement, flexibility or strength in an area, another area will adapt and compensate. Throughout one’s life we accumulate these movement errors and they will eventually cause pain. At MAP we unravel these individual movement problems, like we are piecing together a puzzle. By examining the whole body’s movement we will find each individual’s true movement pattern.

SERVICES

MAP offers a variety of treatment techniques to ensure each individual is treated efficiently and effectively. Each treatment is individualized based on the diagnosis, the stage of healing, the patient’s pain levels, and the goals of treatment.

WHY MAP

At MAP we are dedicated to our clients and offer patient-focused, evidence-based physiotherapy treatments. We will go above and beyond to ensure that each client is well cared for.

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MAP’s blog always has something interesting to learn! If you want to learn more about the body and how it works this educational blog is a must!

Christine Campbell

Registered Physiotherapist, Clinic Owner

  • Canadian Physiotherapy Orthopaedic Manual Therapy Level 1, 2 & 3 certification
  • Certified Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) provider
  • Certified in Acupuncture & Dry Needling
  • Running Injuries Prevention Specialist
  • Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS, NSCA)
  • Clinical Instructor, Queen’s University
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WHY SHOULD YOU CARE?

Likely, 80% of the injuries seen in clinic could be prevented by moving well! If you have the mobility and strength to move well and know how to move you could train more, lift more, be more active with you kids. Why let pain and dysfunction limit your life, start on the road to recovery now.

Wake Up North America! We Can’t Move!

  • Posted by Christine
  • On October 11, 2014
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Instead of “sleep like a baby” it should be “squat like a baby”… okay, maybe not a baby, but definitely a toddler. Have you ever seen such a beautiful sight – a little one playing on the floor at the bottom of a squat position? I bet if many people tried to sit at the
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