Some people may experience long-term lingering health conditions for weeks or months after contracting the virus. At Running Shoe Restorative Healthcare, we want to get you back on your feet and provide you with the treatment and tools that could help you get there successfully.
Although long-covid care is still in its infancy, it has been preliminarily defined by The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence has defined long-covid as: signs and symptoms that develop during or after a COVID-19 infection that continue for 12 weeks or more. These symptoms include ongoing symptomatic COVID-19 (4-12 weeks) and are not explained by an alternative diagnosis.
Long after COVID-19 has left their body, many people continue to experience:
There are many people who could benefit from physiotherapy and psychology to help them cope with the lingering effects of COVID-19.
Long-covid isn’t necessarily correlated with hospitaliations or the severity of the origins; COVID-19 infection. Evidence is showing that those with mild infection severity can also suffer from long-covid symptoms, often with psychological and social impacts.
We’re here to take care of your body and mind through your recovery.
We can work on physiotherapy while monitoring your vitals to help decrease your recovery time.
Musculoskeletal Pain Management:
Many who are sick with COVID-19 experience isolation, which can lead to further psychological health conditions. We are here to help you navigate your way through isolation, anxiety, and depression.
Psychology services are available:
In April 2021 the Coronavirus Infection Survey showed that 1.1 million people who had COVID-19 reported long-covid symptoms. From that group, more than 60% said their symptoms adversely affected their day-to-day activity levels, and 17.9% reported a limited ability to undertake day-to-day activities.
If you’re experiencing long-covid symptoms, you are not alone. Let us help you on your journey to recovery.
Our clinic is located behind the Peter Lougheed Hospital, in the same complex as London Drugs and TD Bank off of 32 Avenue.