Applied Biomechanics uses orthotic, orthopedic, neuromuscular and biomechanical bracing to maximize the recovery, independence and performance of clients.
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Applied Biomechanics has been nominated once again for the
Guelph Mercury Tribune Reader's Choice Awards for best Foot Care Clinic and Orthotic Services. Follow this link to vote for us if you think we are doing a good job. https://www.guelphmercury.com/readerschoice/business/applied-biomechanics-orthotics-and-bracing
September is Muscular Dystrophy Awareness Month. Did you know that Applied Biomechanics treats a wide variety of people suffering from a number of different kinds of Muscular Dystrophy using custom bracing. Please visit https://muscle.ca/2019/09/18/direct-mail-september-eloi/ and donate today !
Happy Canada Day. Your looking pretty good for 153 !!! Applied Biomechanics Orthotics and Bracing is 25 this year and with our awesome Orthotic Bracing and Pedorthic professional staff we have over 100 years of combined experience. It doesn't add up to 153 but it does equal unparalleled service 👣
World MS Day is observed globally on 30th May every year. The aim of the day is to raise awareness of multiple sclerosis and bring together those who are living with the condition to share their stories. Applied Biomechanics designs and fits a number of brace designs specifically to help those with MS walk better and improve their quality of life.
WE ARE OPEN ! Thanks for your patience. We are taking important steps to insure your safety and comfort when you come into our clinic. Your wellbeing has ALWAYS been our primary focus, and that is no different today. Call us at 519 836-4755 to set up your appointment today.
Our AWESOME Certified Orthotist, Carla, has been selected by "Everyday Heroes Kids" for her outstanding work in Paediatric (Kids) Bracing. Way to go Carla !!! Check out her profile at https://www.ehkidshealth.com/user/qkm0dXUxlKvA3zg50aou
COVID-19 UPDATE: We are staying closed again this week (April 6-10) except for urgent cases and for children who need new braces due to growth and surgery. We have started an appointment call list for people who want to get in to see us when we reopen. Just call our office at 519 836-4755 and leave your name and phone number to be put on the call back list. Stay safe and healthy. The Applied Biomechanics Team.
[03/29/20] After consultation with staff, and on recommendations of our professional associations — the Pedorthic Association of Canada and Orthotics Prosthetics Canada — we have decided to close our office until April 6, 2020 due to COVID-19. We will give updates as they become available.
Dear clients, friends and medial professionals:
After a consultation with our staff, and on the recommendations of our professional associations — the Pedorthic Association of Canada and Orthotics Prosthetics Canada — we have decided to close our office for the next two weeks to help flatten the curve of COVID-19. We plan on reopening Monday April 6, 2020 if improved conditions allow us to.
During this time, we will not be taking appointments unless your needs are urgent.
We will be checking our voicemail regularly during this temporary closure and we will reach out to those of you with urgent needs as quickly as possible.
Our team at Applied Biomechanics hope that you and your loved ones stay healthy during these uncertain times. We will see you once the situation improves.
Fred J. Rayner
President, Applied Biomechanics Orthotics and Bracing
The Applied Biomechanics Clinical Staff taking advanced training in body and limb scanning and CAD design of custom braces. Many thanks to Taryn from Vorum Research for her excellent instruction.
Applied Biomechanics Orthotics and Bracing would like to present our two newest Scholarship Recipients, Morgan Byng (left) and Kendra Leger (right). Both are international track and field competitors already ... look out for their next two seasons !! Great to work with the University of Guelph and of course the Gryphon Track and Field Team. Go Gryphs !!!
Congratulations Graeme on such a successful 2019 season! Applied Biomechanics was proud to have supported your scholarship over the past year. Go Gryphons !
The Applied Biomechanics crew enjoying our Tim Hortons
Smile Cookies in support of local charities including one of our favourites KidsAbility. What a yummy way to help !!!
Happy International Dog Day !!! Dogs are part of our family and are always welcome at Applied Biomechanics. Did you know that we do bracing for dogs as well as people?
Applied Biomechanics is proud to support KidsAbility Centre for Child Development and sponsor the 2019 Superhero Run
Here is our friend Alex, one of the @KidsAbility kids, getting his new braces in time for the Superhero Run this Sunday. Go Alex !!!
In recognition of World Autism Day @WorldAutismDay and the many children and adults that we treat with Orthotics and Bracing who also are affected by Autism. Hats off to @KidsAbility for their wonderful Autism Therapy Programs !
Applied Biomechanics wishes to celebrate International Women's Day by acknowledging and recognizing all of the women that have dedicated their lives to the rehabilitation of children and adults. We feel privileged to work with all of the great women working in Orthotics and Prosthetics, Physical and Occupational Therapy., and the women working in our own office. We couldn't do the work that we do without all of you !
Check out our blog at www.appliedbiomechanics.com Rated 12th in the Top 20 Biomechanics Blogs on the Internet.
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@ABOrthotics is recognizing the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. We commend the @UN for their efforts in “Empowering persons with disabilities and ensuring inclusiveness and equality”. Proud member of @CanadaOPC.
Since 1992, the United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD) has been annually observed on 3 December around the world. The theme for this year’s IDPD is “Empowering persons with disabilities and ensuring inclusiveness and equality”. This theme focuses on the empowering persons with disabilities for the inclusive, equitable and sustainable development envisaged in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
The 2030 Agenda, pledging to “leave no one behind,” is an ambitious plan of action of the international community towards a peaceful and prosperous world, where dignity of an individual person and equality among all is applied as the fundamental principle, cutting across the three pillars of the work of the United Nations: Development, Human Rights and Peace and Security. It is critical to ensure, in this regard, the full and equal participation of persons with disabilities in all spheres of society and create enabling environments by, for and with persons with disabilities.
How long is 23 feet ? At @ABOrthotics 23 FEET is exactly this long !!! Now what is that equation for converting feet to braces .... hmmm, oh yeah ... it is FEET x ASSESSMENT SKILL x CASTING SKILL x MODIFICATION SKILL x 30 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE + A GREAT TEAM = GREAT BRACES
Thanks KidsAbility for the recognition. We are happy to be your community partner working with such a deserving population of kids. Take note Guelph of the GREAT work done by KidsAbility in our community !!!
Applied Biomechanics looking forward to some world class racing @InfernoTrack on Wednesday evening. Your best chance to get up close to some of the best Track and Field athletes in the world !!!
June is Stroke Awareness Month is Canada. Follow @HSFCSR and read our blog article at https://appliedbiomechanics.com/orthotics-bracing-blog/bracing-for-stroke/
The American Society for Biomechanics did an outstanding job again this year promoting the National Biomechanics Day
Great fun again this year participating in the National Biomechanics Day
The Applied Biomechanics Team is off to the IVO World Congress to see the latest products and current treatment trends in Pedorthics. As Certified Orthotists and Certified Orthotic Technicians this is a valuable part of our continuing education with the Pedorthic Association of Canada
We often use the analogy that if you don’t wear proper footwear with your orthotic treatment, it is like putting poor quality tires on a sports car – you compromise the performance.
Our tips will help you find the right footwear for your orthotic or brace!
appliedbiomechanics.com Footwear plays a very important role in the functionality of any orthotic or brace. If the shoe is not stable,it makes it very difficult for the orthotic to provide support and puts additional pressure on the orthotic because it now has to try to stabilize itself in the shoe. Learn more and check ou...
Now you can take your BEST FRIENDS with you anywhere you go ! Custom brace image transfers now available at Applied Biomechanics.
I encourage you to view this incredible TED TALK where Minda Dentler, a bilateral KAFO leg brace wearer challenges the 140 mile Ironman Triathlon World Championship in Kona, Hawaii https://goo.gl/iZXeCi
What sport do you think these braces are made for? If you answered Gladiator Fights you would not be correct, but I could follow your thinking ! They are designed for Motocross to keep the riders legs and knees safe. If @ABOrthotics can help this guy, we can help anyone !!!
Recording our new Radio Ads today @magic1061 and @CJOYradio. Thanks to Eric and Ian for launching my new career ... not ! These guys are real pros ! I will stick to what I do best - bracing.
Another Super day @ABOrthotics for our Superhero Friends @KidsAbility. Alex couldn't decide between Superman and Batman, so he go them both !
Find out how Applied Biomechanics can help in the event of a stroke.
appliedbiomechanics.com Let Applied Biomechanics help you put your best foot forward to overcome walking difficulties due to stroke According to the Health Canada, strokes are the leading cause of disability in Canada, with over 50,000 new strokes occurring in Canada every year. The most common type of stroke is when blood...
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Custom Foot Clinic and Orthotics Centre is a medical chiropody, podiatry and orthotics foot clinic for all ages. We offer comprehensive podiatry services for almost all foot problems. We have 2 locations: Guelph (519) 823-1450 and Milton (289) 242-3668.