Revue de la Division Orthopédique Numéros précédents (en anglais)

Vol31N3 – Hip Hip Hooray!

Editorial SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 2018: HIP HIP HOORAY! Examining the role of the hip in low back pain Hello everyone! As physiotherapists, we are trained to look at the body functioning as a unit, in which no single area should be assessed in isolation. How does that old song go? “The hip bone is connected to the…?”... Lire la suite »

Vol31N2 – Vestibular Rehabilitation

  Editorial MAY-JUNE 2018: Vestibular Rehabilitation Vestibular rehabilitation is a broad concept that involves training in regards to a vestibular dysfunction, but also postural training and eliminating other causes of vertigo, dizziness or general unsteadiness. It encompasses a wide clinical range of topics. A key concept based on the articles chosen for this edition is... Lire la suite »

Vol31N1 – Concussions

Editorial March-April 2018: Concussions In the past few years, concussions have become a mainstay topic of conversation among the media, health professionals, and the general public.The last edition of the ODR that centered around the topic of concussions was in 2011. Since then, there have been many advancements in the area of diagnosis, treatment, rules... Lire la suite »

Vol30N2

Orthopaedic Division Review Editorial May-June 2017 – To operate or not to operate, that is the question As orthopaedic physiotherapists we see many conditions that can be managed either conservatively or with surgical interventions. Patients often seek the advice of their physiotherapist about whether surgery is necessary or if physiotherapy can manage their condition. In... Lire la suite »

Vol30N1

Orthopaedic Division Review Editorial Mar-Apr 2017 -Electrophysical Agents: To use or not to use… Electrophysical Agents (EPA) or modalities like ultrasound (US), interferential current (IFC), and Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve… Read More Report from Chair We are three weeks away from our face-to-face Strategic Planning in Ottawa! We have been email and teleconference crazy, in preparation... Lire la suite »

Vol29N4

Orthopaedic Division Review Editorial Nov-Dec 2016 – Injury 3 P’s: Prediction, Prognosis and Prevention As orthopaedic physiotherapists we are all familiar with assessing an injury and working to return our patient to their previous level of function. Read More Report from Chair I’m preparing this report during our Division Chairs Committee meetings in Toronto. At... Lire la suite »

Vol29N3

Orthopaedic Division Review Editorial Sep-Oct 2016 – “Back” to Basics: an overview of the spine Its fall, which for many means “back to school” or maybe just “back to routines”, so for this edition of the Orthopaedic Division Review we decided to focus on the “back” or more specifically the spine. Read More Report from... Lire la suite »

Vol29N2

Orthopaedic Division Review Editorial May-June 2016 – Patient management; What makes Athletes Different Right on the heels of another successful CPA congress and a very insightful and engaging Orthopedic Division Symposium, Read More Report from Chair As we approach Symposium, AGM, and CPA Congress.. Read More Clinical Tidbits Whether you are treating a sedentary office... Lire la suite »

Vol29N1

Orthopaedic Division Review Editorial March – April 2016 – Therapeutic alliance: the non-tangible side of treament As physiotherapists we like to touch and feel, to be able to put our hands on the problem and fix it. We are very particular about our techniques, the exercises we prescribe and the outcomes we can measure… Read... Lire la suite »

Vol28N4

Orthopaedic Division Review Editorial Nov – Dec 2015 -The Thoracic Spin: A Mystery or The Answer ? With the weather turning colder, we tuck our hands in close and draw our shoulders forward as we curl into a ball to retain some of that warm body heat. As patients enter our clinics in this huddled... Lire la suite »