Returning to Running Postnatally

Returning to Running Postnatally By:Dr. Caeden Chau Running has become an increasingly popular way to be physically active for many people, especially during these unprecedented times of the COVID-19 pandemic.  It’s a cost free way to connect with the outdoors,...

We are OPEN (with a Safety Plan)

We are so happy to welcome you back. BC has done an amazing job at staying home and helping to limit the spread of this virus. And, with this comes our ability to open the clinic to accept patient appointments. We have a very strict sanitization and cleaning protocol...
Posture + Working from home

Posture + Working from home

Proud, persistent, confident, alert. Not what comes to mind when working from home…  A study from New Zealand found that sitting upright, as compared to sitting in a slumped position, will make you feel more proud after a success, increase your persistence at an...
Upper-Crossed Sydrome

Upper-Crossed Sydrome

I am sure everyone has seen someone with upper cross syndrome (UCS), whether they knew what it was called or not. A person with UCS will look like they are hunched over with rounded shoulders and head protruding forward. See the image below to get a better visual of...
We are (remotely) available!

We are (remotely) available!

We are here for you… connecting from our house to your house. To help limit personal contact in this time of self isolation and limit the spread of this virus we have opened up access using a visual tool to connect with patients. Our amazing software Jane has...

Meditation and Athletic Performance

Meditation and athletic performance By Dr. Caeden Chau Mindfulness meditation has become all the rage in the past few years when it comes to self-care, wellbeing and mental health. Mindfulness can be defined as ‘an open-hearted, moment-to-moment non-judgmental...