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  • http://www.coronaphysio.net/our-services/ Our Services - Corona Station Physical Therapy - This page describes the various services and treatment options offered at Corona Station Physical Therapy. A combination of techniques are often used
  • http://www.coronaphysio.net/our-blog/ Our Blog - Corona Station Physical Therapy - Our blog, updated monthly, profiles different conditions, the latest research and various treatment techniques. Our goal is to educate clients and help them manage their symptoms at home.
  • http://www.coronaphysio.net/contact-us/ Contact Us - Corona Station Physical Therapy - Located in downtown Edmonton, we can be contacted in person, by phone, fax, email, or our social media pages
  • http://www.coronaphysio.net/people/ Our People - Corona Station Physical Therapy - This page introduces the physical therapy and massage therapy staff of Corona Station Physical Therapy, including brief biographies of each staff member.
  • http://www.coronaphysio.net/custom-service/tmj-jaw-dysfunction/ TMJ (Jaw) Dysfunction - Corona Station Physical Therapy - Corona Station Physical Therapy has a long history of treating jaw dysfunction and has two physical therapists offering advanced TMD care. Temporomandibular joint or jaw dysfunction can present with many symptoms including headaches, neck pain, clicking, reduced mobility of the jaw and pain in the j...
  • http://www.coronaphysio.net/custom-service/physical-therapy/ Physical Therapy - Corona Station Physical Therapy - Physiotherapy, also known as physical therapy, helps restore movement and function by physical methods such as manual therapy, soft tissue techniques, modalities, and therapeutic exercise.
  • http://www.coronaphysio.net/custom-service/sports-rehab/ Sports Rehab - Corona Station Physical Therapy - Whether you are a weekend warrior or an elite competitive athlete, we know how important sport is to your life.  Physical Therapy can promote optimal tissue healing, speed recovery and ensure a successful return to sport following an injury.
  • http://www.coronaphysio.net/custom-service/dry-needling/ Dry Needling - Corona Station Physical Therapy - Dry needling, also known as functional dry needling or FDN, is a therapeutic treatment procedure that involves multiple advances of a filament needle into the dysfunctional muscle, which typically contains a ‘trigger point’.
  • http://www.coronaphysio.net/custom-service/massage-therapy/ Massage Therapy - Corona Station Physical Therapy - Therapeutic massage can play a role in managing acute or chronic soft tissue disorders, as well as contribute to an overall sense of well-being. Massage therapy can therefore be part of the rehabilitation process or a component of self-care to address the stresses of day to day life.
  • http://www.coronaphysio.net/custom-service/acupuncture/ Acupuncture - Corona Station Physical Therapy - Acupuncture is a treatment technique that was developed thousands of years ago, and involves the insertion of fine, monofilament needles into specific acupunture points on the body.
  • http://www.coronaphysio.net/cervical-deep-neck-flexors/ The Cervical Deep Neck Flexors - Corona Station Physical Therapy - The Cervical Deep Neck Flexors A large percentage of skeletal stability is afforded by muscles.  Muscles are designed to stabilize the skeleton in mid range, functional positions and are the only system that can compensate for changes in articular integrity.
  • http://www.coronaphysio.net/stages-tissue-healing/ Stages of Tissue Healing - Corona Station Physical Therapy - Stages of Healing   One of the most common questions we hear as physical therapists is How long will it take for me to recover?  Soft tissue injuries such as ligament sprains and muscle strains follow a characteristic pattern of healing with three general phases, the inflammatory phase, the prol...
  • http://www.coronaphysio.net/what-is-manual-therapy/ What is Manual Therapy? - Corona Station Physical Therapy - This blog post describes manual therapy, including soft tissue techniques and joint mobilization and manipulation. Learn how these techniques can help with your injury or condition.
  • http://www.coronaphysio.net/home/careers/ Careers - Corona Station Physical Therapy - This page outlines any currently available job opportunities at Corona Station Physical Therapy

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