Tim Harding, Athletic Therapist, Calgary, AB

Tim Harding

Tim Harding

Athletic Therapist
Calgary, AB
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Tim Harding, MScPT Tim graduated from the University of Alberta with a Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy. He is passionate about the benefits of physical activity and enjoys tailoring treatment plans to meet the goals of patients from all different walks of life. Outside of work, Tim enjoys snowboarding, mountain biking, various team sports, and strength training.

Tim Harding, MScPT, Athletic Therapist, Calgary  is in good standing with the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association

Keywords: Common Foot Injuries, high ankle sprain, Tennis Elbow, Arthritis, Back Pain, Tennis Elbow, Triangular Fibrocartilage complex Injury Wrist, Thumb Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Knee Replacement, Hip Replacement

Tim Harding, MScPT, Athletic Therapist, Calgary

If you are looking for local services or  treatment  in the office or hospital from a Athletic Therapist, contact a provider such as ( Tim Harding ) to inquire if they are accepting patients or you need a referral.   Phone number to book an appointment 403-241-1600( Tim Harding )  is in good standing with the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association

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Hip flexor strains can vary in severity, ranging from mild stretches or micro-tears to partial or complete muscle tears. Symptoms of a hip flexor strain may include pain and tenderness in the front of the hip or upper thigh, pain or difficulty with hip movement or walking, swelling or bruising, and muscle weakness.

Treatment for a hip flexor strain typically involves the RICE method: Rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevation. Resting the injured hip and avoiding activities that exacerbate the pain is important for healing. Applying ice packs to the area can help reduce pain and inflammation. Compression with an elastic bandage and elevating the leg when possible can also aid in reducing swelling.

In some cases, physical therapy exercises and stretching may be recommended to improve flexibility, strength, and promote healing. Severe strains may require medical intervention, such as medications or even surgery.

If you suspect you have a hip flexor strain, it's advisable to consult with a healthcare professional, such as a doctor or physical therapist, for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment plan.

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