Canadian Institute of Sports Medicine

1455 Dixie Road, Mississauga

Initial Assessment with One or Two Injury Treatments at Canadian Institute of Sports Medicine (Up to 50% Off)

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Sports medicine specialists help clients overcome injury and improve range of motion with assessments and treatments

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3 ratings1 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
October 18, 2019
Chris is such an experienced physio!
8 ratings6 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
July 21, 2018
Great experience. Professional customer service and Chris Bulley is quite the expert at sports injuries and rehabilitation.
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Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
May 29, 2018
Excellent service . Chris Bully is a really skilled diagnostition and the staff are very friendly and professional. I went to hospital with a Wrist injury and was misdiagnosed and after a few weeks of my hand still in pain I sought out Chris. He knew immediately what the problem was and corrected it in a short period of time.
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Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
November 13, 2016
Friendly people. Excellent advice.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • C$47 for Initial assessment with one treatment included (C$90 value)
  • C$120 for Initial assessment with 2 treatments (C$240 value)

Pulling a Muscle: Flex Your Smarts First

The human body is able to pull, push, and pump because of healthy muscles. Keep muscle strain from knocking it out of commission with Groupon’s explanation of how pulled muscles happen.

Ten out of ten gym teachers agree: warm up before you work out. The consequence of ignoring their advice may be a pulled muscle (also called a distraction rupture or strain), which happens when muscle fibers are stretched beyond their limit. 

Doctors divide muscle strains into three categories. A first-degree strain is generally what athletes talk about when they say they’ve pulled a muscle—a very slight tear damaging less than 5% of the muscle, causing discomfort and swelling but little loss of function. A second-degree strain produces a much more noticeable tear and pain when trying to contract the muscle, and a third-degree strain, or rupture, is a complete tear across the muscle’s width that takes the muscle completely out of commission and may even require surgery. Many people confuse strains with sprains, though a sprain can only refer to damage done to ligaments, not muscle. 

Muscles most often get pulled because they’re stretched too quickly, whether by a burst of speed on the track or a too-sudden lift of the family mastiff. Warming up creates more flexibility by literally raising the tissue’s temperature, optimally by one to three degrees. That’s why trainers prefer to use dynamic, cardio-based moves during the warm-up period: trying to create flexibility by forcing cool muscles into a static stretch might itself be a recipe for a pull.

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