Case Study

01

Oct'18

Leigh Fortuna

Ms. PR was a 59-year-old woman who attended for physiotherapy assessment in spring 2018. She reported that she had a longstanding issue with her hip, and in speaking with a family member who had a similar issue, learned about pelvic floor physiotherapy and wondered if this may help her.

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23

Jan'18

Trish Gipson

Ms. D is a 26 year old nulliparous female who came to our clinic in May 2017 for treatment because she was experiencing burning pain with penetrative intercourse. She reports that her symptoms began a few months prior when she and her partner first attempted intercourse.

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04

Apr'17

Calvin Wong

Mr. B. described a long standing tendency to grip and hold his abdominal muscles throughout the day which began as a strategy to reduce the appearance of a large “tummy”. He described being conscious of this appearance and the use of this gripping strategy for the past 12 years.

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17

Mar'17

Cathy Rogers

Mr. COP is a 29-year-old RCMP officer who presented to the initial assessment with complaints of chronic low back pain and newer onset right hip pain

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17

Mar'17

Diane Lee and Mark Jones

Ms. S is a 60-year-old hand physical therapist who presents with complaints of chronic neck and upper back pain predominately on the right side. Her orthopedic history is a progression of events beginning in her early 20’s.

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17

Mar'17

Jen Cardew

Ms A is a 45-year-old female. She first presented being concerned about her back. She reported that it was a ‘daily issue’ at present, and recently, was told that she had a spondylolisthesis of her L5 vertebra on S1. She was significantly concerned about this and decided to...

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16

Mar'17

Miwako Ishii

Mrs. O, a 36 year old physiotherapist, complained of a problem of urinary incontinence since 2nd delivery. She has the developmental dysplasia of the hip on both sides. Her doctor didn’t find other thing like arthritis on MR imaging in her both hip joints.

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16

Mar'17

Lasse Liikanen

Ms. T is a 55-year-old nurse who has long history of recurrent thorax pain past 15- to 20-years. She remembers her symptoms have been recurrent since teenage, but after her second pregnancy symptoms have started to appear more frequently. She has given birth to two children, both with C-section.

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15

Mar'17

Lynne Brochu

Mrs. A reported her primary concern was chronic lower back pain with left hip and sciatica pain. She reported secondary concerns involving neck and shoulder tension bilaterally with left shoulder pain.

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09

Mar'17

Luci Bennett

Ms. S is a 60-year-old hand physical therapist who presents with complaints of chronic neck and upper back pain predominately on the right side. Her orthopedic history is a progression of events beginning in her early 20’s.

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