DARRYL VIEGAS, PHYSIOTHERAPIST

BSc.PT, Dip. Manip. PT, CGIMS, FCAMPT
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physiotherapist don mills and steeles
Darryl graduated from the University of Toronto with an Honours degree in Physiology in 1999 and continued his studies at U of T graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy. He has been working since 2002 in the field of orthopaedics treating everything including complex spinal injuries to sports injuries for national and occasional athletes, and repetitive strain injuries from work and play. In 2005 he successfully completed both his Intermediate Certificate and Advanced Diploma in Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy.

Darryl is a registered instructor with the Canadian Physiotherapy Association in the teaching of post graduate orthopaedic courses in Ontario and is also enrolled as a mentor for physiotherapists enrolled in the program. Darryl is also credentialed in the use of medical acupuncture, is a certified in Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation and is an Advanced Practice Provider for the Rapid Access Clinics for Low Back Pain (previously ISAEC). Darryl’s treatment philosophy is to blend the use of manual therapy techniques with patient specific exercise programs and education in the treatment and prevention of all orthopaedic injuries. In his free time Darryl enjoys weight training and spending time in the outdoors with his family.

DARRYL'S RECENT ARTICLES

The more you know the more you can help yourself! Check out some of the recent posts that Darryl has put together for you.

Meniscal tears

The meniscus (plural menisci) of the knee are cartilage crescents that attach to the broad upper surface of the tibia (shin) bone. Injuries can result from sporting events, daily event or can even result from an unknown origin.
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a HIDDEN CAUSE OF KNEE AND BACK PAIN

Your gluteal muscles, commonly known as your butt, are the muscles that you're sitting on and likely not using at all as you're reading this. If you’re lying down they are the muscles that kick your leg to the ceiling when you’re lying on your side (hip abduction) or your stomach (hip extension).
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Sports injuries and pitching pain

Throwing involves more than just the muscles of the shoulder. Pitching is more than just throwing hard. Pitching can be considered as 6 phases of motion that simplistically link the pitcher’s arm to their shoulder girdle, trunk, hips and legs.
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Ankle sprains

One of the most common sporting injuries is a sprained ankle. Lateral ankle sprains usually occur with a rolling in (inversion) of the ankle. Ankle sprains are often sustained during a mis-step, giving out on a pivoting movement or landing on an opponent’s foot during a jump. If the speed of the force is too quick or great for the muscular system to react the result can be an injury to the non-muscular structures of the ankle.
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