When it comes to holistic health, Dr. Nekessa Remy is the whole package. She is a chiropractor, an acupuncturist, fitness trainer, and health advocate. In her practice, Dr. Remy specializes in injury management through chiropractic rehabilitation but her real purpose is to ensure that a healthy lifestyle can be attainable to anybody who wants it.
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A year ago I decided to volunteer at Toronto’s Pan American Games.
The main reason was a bit of a selfish one, I wanted to treat athletes mostly because it would be a positive learning experience for me and look good on my CV. Continue Reading…
Using a pool can have many benefits to our overall health. If part of a rehabilitation program, aquatic/pool therapy can be used to treat both chronic conditions like arthritis and acute injuries like muscle spasms. Continue Reading…
Dr. Nekessa Remy, a licensed chiropractor and budding brand in the lifestyle arena with a focus on health and wellness, has been selected as a National Role Model by The Black Canadian Awards.
“I am so thrilled to have been selected as a role model for the 2015 Black Canadian Awards,” says Dr. Remy. “I truly enjoy what I do, and I am blessed to have been acknowledged.”
For most of us, a long winter results in a long period of inactivity, but jumping into gardening at the first sight of the sun can often lead to injured or aching muscles and joints.
In fact, eighty per cent of Ontario chiropractors report that gardening is the most common source of back and neck pain during the warm weather season. With the busiest gardening weekends just around the corner, it’s time to discuss how to plant and rake without the ache!
All avid gardeners understand that you must prepare the grounds before you plant; the same is true for gardening itself. To help avoid injury, you must prepare your body before you start any gardening activities. This starts with a proper warm up.
A good warm up may include a brisk 10 minute walk around the block, as this will increase circulation to the muscles and joints used during gardening. Once warmed up, it is essential to stretch your muscles.