100 Westcreek Blvd. Unit 1
Brampton Ontario L6T 5V7
Located inside Varsity Training Centre
Clinic: 905-820-6262 | Fax: 1-289-975-5122 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Massage therapy benefits people of all ages. Whether you are injured or require maintenance care it can be recommended. Massage therapy can be used in the treatment of both acute and chronic stages of conditions. Therapeutic massage is an important part of your health maintenance plan, by reducing or eliminating pain, improving joint mobility, improving blood and lymphatic circulation and immune system functioning, reducing depression and anxiety, reducing tension within muscles.
Sport Psychology can be defined as the scientific study of athletes and their behaviour in their respective sport. Applied Sport and
Performance Enhancement Psychology is the practical application of that knowledge in a systematic training program which is designed to build and strengthen the psychological skills necessary for an athlete to reach their absolute performance potential.
Dr. Yacoub offers onsite corporate health solutions servicing many companies in the GTA. The corporate client will benefit from the onsite delivery of chiropractic care, acupuncture, orthotic casting services, and health and wellness presentations. Dr. Yacoub will communicate with the human resources department on strategies for improving health promotion at the workplace. For more information on how the Royal Clinic services can help you, please contact the clinic at 905-820-6262.
The Royal Clinic offers thorough concussion baseline testing assessing both cognitive and physical symptoms. Often times patient's present with a concussion, and require monitoring over the course of the symptoms. Therapy includes testing, monitoring, exercise testing, and more. The proper measures are taken to return the athlete to sport and to education.
Contemporary Medical Acupuncture focuses on restoring the neurofunctional excitability of the nervous system by affecting the musculoskeletal system in positive ways which allows for the body to promote tissue repair and restoration. This therapy can be used to various conditions such as muscle inhibition and weakness, nerve pain, soft tissue injury and much more.
A manual muscle release technique used to treat and relieve pain associated with dysfunctions of soft-tissue injuries. Soft tissue refers to a muscle, tendon, ligament, fascia, and or nerves, and the premise is that tissue density builds up at the injury site that can trap nerves, reduced frictionless movement of tendons, ligaments, and muscles thus making them work less efficient. Treatment has been shown to minimize time away from work, return you to an optimal state, and help resolve symptoms in about 2-4 weeks.
There are various forms of electric therapy that have been shown to have effects on pain relief, muscle activation and re-strengthening, promoting the reduction of inflammation within injured tissue, and being used as an aid in rehabilitation to help regain optimal muscle strength. Types of electrotherapy include: Interferential Current, Transcutaneous ElectroNeural Stimulation (TENS), Microcurrent Threapy and Russian stimulation.
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Chiropractic adjustments involve manipulations of the skeletal system which are an effective way to help improving the range of movement across joints of the spine and of the extremities, while having positive effects on the nervous system and musculoskeletal system. Dr. Nourus Yacoub uses a diversified style of chiropractic adjustments which will be used to correct any joint restrictions that around found during physical examination.
Orthotics are a medical device designed to align the foot and ankle into the most anatomically efficient position. An orthotic is a biomechanical medical appliance that are custom made to correct your specific foot imbalance. Custom orthotics fit into your shoes as comfortably as an insole - and they have the advantage of having been made from precise imprints of your feet.
Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization is a manual and rehabilitative approach to optimize the movement system based upon the scientific principles of developmental kinesiology. DNS is rapidly gaining attention and acceptance in the sports rehabilitation and performance arena for both the recovery from musculoskeletal overuse injuries and in injury prevention. Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization demonstrates applications in rehabilitation, recovery from overuse injuries, and role in return to athletic performance. A key premise of the DNS approach is that every joint position depends on stabilizing muscle function and coordination of both the local and distant muscles in order to ensure neutral or centered position of joints in the kinetic chain.