Carpe Diem | JoyTV BC
CBC Calgary | The Stiletto Fix
The Social | The Butt Lift
The Social - Longer & Leaner Legs
Fixing bad posture at work
The Social - The Bedroom Fix
The Social - The Bedroom Fix
The Social - Glowing Skin
CTV Morning Live - Dance Moves For Back Pain
The Social - Dance Away Back Pain
CHCH Morning Live - High Heel Rules
24 Hours Toronto - The Six in Toronto
The Social - Stretches For Better Sleep
dr. Liza pump on Daytime York
Dr. Liza was on Daytime York talking about what to look for when choosing a high heel. Missed the segment? Here are some things you want to look for:
2. Sturdy heel
3. Rubber grip
4. Orthotic insole
5. Comfortable fit
And all of these great qualities can be found in the dr. Liza pump 👠
The Social: Posture Fixes for a Flatter stomach
The Social - Posture Fixes for a Flatter Stomach
CTV Morning Live- Improve your Posture
Posture Fix Exercises
Stretches for a Natural Breast Lift
Exercises for a Natural Breast Lift
Stretches for High Heel Pain on CTV Morning Live
E! getting the Star Treatment during TIFF
CTV Morning Live: Cosmetic Chiropractic
Toronto Life: Get the star treatment at the[fix] during TIFF
According to Toronto Life magazine, the spinal adjustments and deep-tissue massages are rumoured to improve posture, eliminate wrinkles and do just about everything short of give you eternal life.
Stretches to help you deal with high heel pain
Toronto Star | The Kit
Dr. Liza Egbogah: Today’s Notable Young Entrepreneur
CHCH Morning Live
Cosmetic back-up: Chiropractor to the stars gets people red carpet-ready
I went to a "cosmetic chiropractor" who promised to make me more beautiful, and here's what happened
CURATED LIFE | Mentor Moment
YAHOO | 5 posture fixes that will make you look younger
CURATED LIFE | Avoid the Pains of Fashion
VITAMIN DAILY | 5 POSTURE-PERFECT EXERCISES
5 POSTURE FIXES FOR A FLATTER STOMACH ON CTV
Watch the segment here:
YAHOO News: How your posture could be making you less attractive
Daytime York - Jan 28, 2016
I talked to Daytime York about why you should see a Chiropractor before working out and what kinds of foods to eat to reduce inflammation.
Watch the full video here: http://rogerstv.com/page.aspx?lid=237&rid=17&gid=246646
Getting ready for the Oscars
On Daytime York I give Jacqueline a taste of my red carpet fix. Watch the full video here:
#ROGUESTORIES – DR LIZA, LIFESTYLE CHIROPRACTOR
Read the article here:
Rogers TV Daytime TO
I recommended the following foods to aid recovery and to prevent injury while you get back into shape: 1. Pineapple 2. Ginger 3. Apples 4. Sardines 5. Sweet Potatoes 6. Walnuts
Addicted Inspirations – Dr. Liza, The Fix
Stress management during the holidays
How to eliminate stress during the holiday season
During the holidays, many of us feel a bit stressed out. Maybe it’s the year-end deadlines or the gift-giving for family and friends which burn a hole in our wallets. So how do we troubleshoot this unwanted stress? After all, holidays are supposed to bring that warm, fuzzy feeling as we celebrate with loved ones and look forward to the New Year. We chatted with Dr. Lizar Egbogah, a Chiropractic doctor and clinic director of the [fix], about eliminating stress during the holidays.
Why are the holidays a stressful time for some people?
There are several reasons why the holidays can be stressful. Many people report family tension around this time because holidays usually involve family get-togethers. This is also a hard time for people who have lost a family member that they are used to spending the holidays with.
Purchasing gifts and spending money on festivities can lead to financial stress. The full effect of this is usually seen when the credit card bills arrive in January.
The main reason why people find the holidays stressful is that they are usually extremely busy as most people have various social obligations along with mounting work pressures during this time. The combination of being busy at work or at home trying to get everything done before the holidays and late nights from holiday parties leaves many people burnt out.
What are the signs that stress is having a negative impact in their life?
Feelings of depression and anxiety, unexplained fatigue, unintentional weight gain/loss, headaches, body pains and sleep difficulties are all signs that you are over stressed.
How can people eliminate stress during the holidays?
It may not be possible to eliminate stress during the holidays but you can minimize it or find ways to cope with the stress. The best thing that you can do is to make yourself the priority. If you don’t want to go to a social event, don’t be afraid to say no. If you can’t get something done at work before the holidays, ask for help or let it wait till you get back. If you don’t have time to look for gifts, just get gift cards for everyone. You have to be realistic with yourself and what you can do during such a busy time. The most important thing is to spend time with friends and family, everything else can wait.
How can they avoid stress and negative people during the holiday season?
There is no need to stress yourself out by being around negative people and there is nothing wrong with purposefully avoiding these people. If they want to grumble and complain you can simply walk away and let them know that you are busy. It is also fine to politely decline social invitations that you know you won’t be able to enjoy. Remember, work parties do not have mandatory attendance.
How can one manage stress during the holidays?
Stop and breathe- you may not even realize that you are not breathing enough during the day. Not breathing enough has been associated with anxiety and depression and overall joint pain.
Exercise – your mind and body will thank you. Any form of cardiovascular exercise will get the blood pumping and endorphins up so not only will you feel better but you will be better equipped to cope with holiday stress. As an added bonus you can help burn off those calories from all the holiday treats.
Stretch- stretching your chest, neck, shoulder and leg muscles throughout the day will have your muscles feeling better and can help prevent headaches, neck and back pain.
Treat yourself – take an hour out of the busy holiday season to get a massage or see a chiropractor. This is an extremely effective way to reduce stress. Plus you can buy gift certificates for everyone on your shopping list taking away the stress of present shopping.
Any tips to survive the holiday season of gift giving, parties, deadlines etc?
Be a little bit selfish. You don’t need to give everyone a gift or go to every party. Deadlines can usually be extended and if not get someone to help you out in lieu of a gift!
Happy [stress free] Holidays!
What She Said
Dr. Liza talks doctor approved fashion on Sirius radio
Dr. Liza on the front of Vitamin Daily
Urbanmoms.ca: What’s Inside The TIFF Celebrity Swag Bags?
The popular #Tastemakers15 Lounge by Rock-it Promotions is in it’s 11th season of hosting celebrities and TIFF industry reps. Wedged in-between the Variety Magazine and ET Canada’s interview spaces, it’s an ideal spot for celebrities to drop in. They’re offered a makeup refresh with touch ups from Tweezerman and a stress relieving neck and back massage from Dr. Liza of The FixChiropractic & Massage. She mentioned that there were a few A-listers that were just in prior to my visit—so technically, I’ve touched a few celebrities, right?
Just a few of the celebrities who stopped by for a fix during TIFF15
Some of the Toronto Maple Leafs get [fix]ed
Jake Gardiner, Morgan Rielly and James Van Riemsdyk stop by for a quick neck and shoulder [fix] at TIFF15
The Property Brothers get the[hug]
Just a little adjustment at TIFF15 for the Property Brothers
Dr. Liza on The Watchlist
One of Toronto’s esteemed chiropractors, Dr. Liza from [the fix] is onsite at the Tastemakers Lounge to provide personalized adjustments and foot treatments to guests.
Dr. Liza on Style Democracy
5 SUPERFOODS THAT ARENT IN YOUR FRIDGE BUT SHOULD BE
Archibald Mens Magazine
NOW TORONTO: Scratching an Itch
"For some people, depending on the structure of their feet, wedge sandals, for example, might be okay in the 3-to-4-inch range. But for daily use I would not suggest that anyone wear shoes over 2 inches or you're going to suffer the consequences by your 40s. These include bunions; forefoot neuroma, which is a painful growth; plantar fasciitis; ankle injuries such as sprains and strains; muscle strain on the calf; different sorts of knee injuries; and hip and back problems."
LIZA EGBOGAH, chiropractor, Toronto
She Does The City
Following a day of running around and carrying a million bags (poor us), having a mini adjustment, courtesy of chiropractor Dr. Liza of The Fix, was pretty much the greatest feeling in the world. This isn’t even an exaggeration.
Dr. Liza Egbogah is a Manual Osteopath in downtown Toronto. She is the CEO and clinic director of the[fix], downtown Toronto's boutique osteopathy, chiropractic and massage clinic and founder of dr. Liza shoes, designer high heels that feel and function like sneakers. Dr. Liza is renowned for her innovative treatment protocols and is a sought after body and posture expert.