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Bracing – It helps!

Knee Braces – they aid recovery or prolong the inevitable – what is right for you? Custom knee braces are made specifically for the mold of your knee and specifically for your type of injury. Whether it is a meniscal tear, ligamentous injury or osteoarthritis of the knee, a custom brace will be molded to […]

Virtual Therapy – Jordan Katz

VIRTUAL THERAPY – the silver lining   When Covid 19 struck the GTA, Apple Creek, along with almost every other business and service, was compelled to temporarily close its doors.  At the time,  I was concerned about my patients, my practice and my family (maybe not in that order!) but I discovered that every cloud has […]

Weekly Webinars

We are hosting weekly webinars to share some knowledge and remind you what we look like in this isolation pause. Sign up in the links below Apple Creek Speaker Series (Virtually)! Mark it on your calendars at 7pm on Thursday evenings – we are pleased to announce we will be conducting weekly seminars for our patients through […]

Mother’s Day Contest

Thanks for entering the Mother’s Day Contest! We will contact you through email should you be 1 of the 2 winners, and we thank you for your support. Wishing you all the best and a HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY!    

High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)- Nejin Chacko PT

High Intensity Interval Training Hope everyone keeping safe and healthy!  This is Nejin, physiotherapist from Apple Creek Sports Medicine. Many of you may have heard about High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT). It can be a perfect choice if you are looking for an intense workout in a short amount of time.  Studies have suggested that […]

29 Jun

Sports Specialization Is Making Youth Less Athletic: The 10,000 hour ‘practice’ myth

Tim Rees’s (lead author of The Great British Medallists Project) research rejects the idea that anyone can become an expert at anything simply by putting in enough time. “Practice doesn’t make perfect,” Rees said, which undermines another popular notion: That 10,000 hours, a number based on research by Anders Ericsson and popularized by author Malcolm Gladwell […]