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Meet Robert Wodz

Robert Wodz is a dual licensed practitioner, having graduated from the Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1999 as an acupuncturist. Robert also graduated from the Institute of Complimentary and Alternative Therapies Inc. as a massage therapist, completing an intense two year program and graduating in one year. Robert Wodz has been working at Dynamic Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic Inc. since 1996, and is also a member of the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario. Friendly and outgoing, Robert treat every patient at Dynamic Physiotherapy with compassion and professionalism. In his spare time Robert is an avid car enthusiast, who belongs to several car clubs in Ontario and enjoys staying active.
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Mar 2020

Joint Pain – Causes & Treatments

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Joints are the connections between bones that support and help you move. An injury or condition such as arthritis can interfere with the movements of a joint, and in some cases cause a lot of pain. Consider that the human body has so many joints, and it is no surprise that in some surveys about 1 of 3 adults reported having some kind of joint pain within the last 30 days. There are many different conditions that can affect a joint leading to pain such as osteoarthritis, bursitis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout, physical injuries to a joint as well as strains…

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What is Bursitis?

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Bursitis is an inflammation or irritation of a sac called a bursa. These sacs are located throughout your body and…

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Tennis Elbow or Lateral Epicondylitis is an inflammation of the tendons of the arm. Tennis Elbow tends to be a…

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Your physiotherapy facility should be equipped with the most advanced treatment options available for your condition. They must offer a…

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PIRIFORMIS SYNDROME

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Piriformis syndrome is defined as the compression of the sciatic nerve by the piriformis muscle. The piriformis muscle is an important muscle that allows the leg to laterally rotate your leg (away from the midline). Any movement such as walking, or turning, shifting weight from one leg to the other or to even maintain balance, the piriformis muscle is an integral part in these movements. The sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the human body and its location runs…

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