Glenora physiotherapist, Guy Maddison, has helped many clients improve their quality of life and their quality health.
“I have a great relationship with my patients.
They don’t really know how I feel about them.
I have a lot of empathy for them,” he said.
“They are my patients, so I have to try and make them feel better.”
For Maddison and his clients, physiotherapy is a natural progression.
“Physiotherapy has a lot to do with your body, and it has to do something with your mind, and so we do things to make you feel better,” he explained.
“And when you feel good, you feel stronger.
You feel better physically.”
Maddison has been teaching physiotherapy at the University of Alberta since 1996.
He has helped more than 1,000 clients through physiotherapy since he started in 1997.
For the most part, clients have been looking for something that was less painful and less invasive, but Maddison believes it is still necessary.
“People need to know how to use the device and what to do.
They need to have a guide.
They can have their own ideas about what they want to do,” he added.
“It’s not that they have to do it every day, it’s not like it’s like, ‘Hey, do you need to do this?'”
He said there are some things that are very different when using a device versus a person.
“You’re not in the presence of a person,” he noted.
“Your body is completely in charge.
You can’t have a conversation with someone else.
They’re in the wrong body. “
If someone was sitting in front of you, you would feel very uncomfortable.
They’re in the wrong body.
Maddinson says that his clients can benefit from his device more than he could before. “
The devices are much, much more sensitive and can get into areas where the body is not normally, which can be quite uncomfortable.”
Maddinson says that his clients can benefit from his device more than he could before.
“When you do physiotherapy, it doesn’t make sense to just use a chair.
You have to have your own body.
Maddion also believes that the devices can be used as a tool for people with a range of physical or mental health issues. “
So, it can be a bit more intimidating.”
Maddion also believes that the devices can be used as a tool for people with a range of physical or mental health issues.
“In general, when you are treating a physical problem, I think the devices help,” he concluded.
“Sometimes the devices are not always effective, but I think it’s helpful.”
For more information on physiotherapy treatments and treatments for health conditions, please visit the University Health Network.