It is important to stay active when you are suffering from knee arthrosis. The key is to go at your own pace, respecting your body and your limits. Research shows that for people living with knee arthrosis, physical activity helps reduce pain and improves quality of life. Don’t let the disease hold you back. Instead, […]
Kids orthotics: when to consult? Foot orthotics act like a tutor that helps children grow well. They guide the feet through all phases of development and help correct alignment, posture and balance problems and even reduce muscle fatigue. But how do you know if your kid needs orthotics? Here are some signs that may indicate […]
As many as 40% of people with knee osteoarthritis experience pain. In some people, discomfort is constantly present, even at rest, which greatly reduces the quality of life and can cause daily limitations. In others, it intensifies when the weight of the body is carried by the legs, such as when they go up stairs […]
CEO Medic‘s goal is to provide you with a better quality of life. All the services offered converge in this direction. Reducing pain and allowing you to obtain maximum mobility and comfort is our priority. Do you have discomfort in your legs, feet or knees? Do not hesitate to consult our team. This is our […]
Who says September, says back to school but also for many a return to physical and sports activity. Whether for you or your children, a good foot orthotics can optimize your daily performance and reduce many risks of long-term injuries.
Working many hours while standing can lead to feet, knee or back pain, a feeling of heavy legs with swelling, varicose veins and stiff joints.
Here is a checklist that will allow you to know everything about the installation and maintenance of your knee orthosis.
Plagiocephaly, also called flat head syndrome, affects many babies. Early detection allows parents to act early. Learn more.
Treating lymphedema is more accessible since the enhancement of the RAMQ’s reimbursement program. Discover the 5 main points.
An orthotist-prosthetist conducts a biomechanical assessment to be able to design and adjust different types of orthoses including plantar, knee, sports, etc. Learn more about it with our blog.