Providing quality care to Arnprior
and the Valley since 1996.

A trusted, innovative health care team committed to help you FEEL BETTER, LIVE BETTER

WELCOME TO ACHC

Whether you are looking for pain relief from an acute injury, sports injury or preventative wellness care to achieve your best possible health, the Arnprior Chiropractic Health Centre professional team is the ideal choice. We are committed to providing our clients with the best possible care.

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Functional Movement Systems

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Running Analysis

Active Rehab

Active Release Technique (ART)

ABOUT YOUR HEALTH

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Welcome to the ACHC Blog!

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Hi Everyone!

Welcome to the Arnprior Chiropractic Health Centre Blog. This blog intends to keep you informed on the most current and advanced evidence-based treatment research. It is our intentions to post a few times a month with descriptions on specific injuries or conditions, types of exercises and video demonstrations.

Join us regularly for content that may be of interest to you.

Enjoy!

How To Help Your Tight Glutes

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Gluteal muscles (our bum muscles) are often tight from a specific workout, activity or from long durations sitting. When these muscle are tight they make it harder for our hip and pelvic joints to move correctly. Therefore, it is crucial to continually work on them to keep them loose. Check out these videos where Dr. Sly demonstrates how to foam roll these muscles to help loosen them up.


How To Manage Your Tight IT Band!

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Do you have a tight IT band? Have you ever tried to “roll it out” to loosen it up? If so, you know how painful it can be and how most often your IT band stays tight. The goal of IT rolling is to promote the IT band’s ability to slide over the the muscle it sits on (quadricep muscle).

Tight Groin Muscles?

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It is very common to have tight adductor muscles, or better known as your groin muscles. When these muscles are tight or overactive it leads to dysfunctional movement patterns in the hip and low back area.

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