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David Harris (physiotherapist) has recently joined the Total Physio team.Dave has emigrated from New Zealand, and brings with him significant experience and knowledge in private orthopaedic and sports medicine practice. Dave is a graduate of Auckland University of Technology, and has extensive experience working with both Rugby Union and Rugby League teams. Since re-locating to Peterborough, he has joined our team in providing coverage to the Peterborough Lakers lacrosse organization, and is looking forward to his first Canadian winter!

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Roxanne Mathews (physiotherapist) is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario with a Masters degree in Physical Therapy. Prior to this, Roxanne graduated from Canisius College in Buffalo, NY, with a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training. As an athletic therapist, she has worked for a number of years in clinical practice, as well as with numerous sports teams, namely hockey and baseball. She brings with her experience in out-patient orthopaedics and sports medicine, with clinical expertise in acute care management. Penny Indelicati (physiotherapy assistant) joins our team following completion of her first year at Fleming College in the Physiotherapy Assistant program. Penny will work part time with us, while finishing her final year of the program. Welcome Penny! CONGRATULATIONS ADAM SUMMERS ORTHOPAEDIC RESIDENCY The Peterborough Lakers successfully defeated the New Westminster Salmonbellies in six games to win the 2010 Mann Cup. This season proved to be a very exciting one, demonstrating what determination and hard work can lead to. Total Physiotherapy continues to provide care to the Lakers, and we wish to congratulate Brent Miller (massage therapist), Adam Summers, Dave Harris, and Kevin Hickey (physiotherapists) for a job well done in pists (RCAMPT). Adam has been working through post-graduate curriculum over the past 3 years with Kevin Hickey (FCAMPT) as a mentor. Adam shares this designation with other physiotherapists recognized by the International Federation of Orthopaedic Manual Therapists. Adam brings his expertise back to the clinic for more effective treatment of our patients, and as a resource to other therapists progressing through manual therapy courses. He will continue working towards Fellowship status. PETERBOROUGH LAKERS LACROSSE -

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Lindsay Mooney (physiotherapist) is a graduate of Wilfrid Laurier University in Kinesiology and Physical Education, followed by a Masters degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Toronto. Lindsay, originally from Lindsay, Ontario, has a strong interest in orthopaedics and sports medicine. She also has significant clinical interest and experience in hydrotherapy involving orthopaedic, neurologic, and pediatric populations. She shares interest in falls prevention in geriatric patients, and out-patient neurological rehabilitation.

Congratulations Adam Summers (physiotherapist) on successfully passing comprehensive post-graduate manual therapy course work and exams, earning Residency status with the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiothera-

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keeping this team going throughout the season. Thank you as well to Dr. Brent MacMillan (team physician), Derek Eckensviller (trainer), and all of the Lakers support volunteers for their hard work and ongoing commitment to the team. TOTAL PHYSIOTHERAPY RELOCATION to our referral sources and most importantly, our patients. CARF ACCREDITATION study involved 8-12 treatments over a period of 6 weeks with and without therapeutic exercise. Another group was given exercise alone. The most promising information to come from this study is that reductions in headache frequency and intensity were still significantly decreased after 12 months with only 6 weeks of physiotherapy. A Randomized Controlled Trial of Exercise and Manipulative Therapy for Cervicogenic Headache. Jull GA., Trott., et al. SPINE volume 27, number 17 pp1835-1843.

Renovations have been completed, and on March 1, 2010, Total Physiotherapy relocated its McDonnel Street clinic to 329 McDonnel Street (former Volkswagon dealership). We put the final touches on the exterior of the building over this past summer, and we will host an open house on October 29th, 2010. We look forward to showing off our new clinic, with expanded space and facilities. Many thanks to all those involved in making this project come to fruition, and a special thank you to those who have continually supported our clinics over the past 15 years. TOTAL PHYSIOTHERAPY - 15 YEAR ANNIVERSARY Kevin Hickey, Jane Oldfield, colleagues, and staff are very proud to announce Total Physiotherapy's 15 year anniversary. Established in 1996, Total Physiotherapy has grown into one of Ontario's largest and leading rehabilitation facilities. We pride ourselves in providing evidence based rehabilitation services, and we continue to provide these services within two modern facilities, and with a great team of highly experienced professionals and support staff. We look forward to our next 15 years of dedicated service

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Total Physiotherapy has recently received a 3 year accreditation from the prestigious Commission for the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). CARF is the `gold standard' when it comes to rehabilitation facility accreditation, and with it comes assurance to the public of high quality rehabilitation programs, facility and administrative policies and procedures. Total Physiotherapy receives international recognition with this award. CAN PHYSIOTHERAPY HELP WITH MY HEADACHES? There are many causes of headaches. Physiotherapy can play a major role in tension or cervicogenic headaches. For this type of headache, the origin of pain is believed to be due to changes in the neck's intervertebral joints and surrounding neuromuscular tissue. These headaches usually present unilaterally and are associated with tenderness around the upper 3 vertebrae. They are also aggravated by neck postures or movements. A study looking at physiotherapy intervention found that "manual therapy and exercise significantly reduced the frequency and intensity of headaches and neck pain." The study concluded that a combination of manual therapy and exercise was effective in reducing the duration of headaches. Physiotherapy treatment in this

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