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Welcome to the May newsletter from Peak Physical Therapy.


As many of you have heard, restrictions are slowly being lifted in the province of Alberta.  We are happy to be back, however you will find some changes at Peak Physical Therapy, to ensure the safety and health of all our patients and staff. 

As we adjust and bring things back to normal, we will be contacting patients gradually for in-house sessions and continuing with Telehealth appointments.  But if you need us, don't wait for the call! Give us a shout at 403-328-7325- we'd love to hear from you!

If you do have an in-house appointment, we will require your insurance information prior to your appointment to limit the amount of time you have to be in the clinic to ensure your safety. 

When patients are in the building, you will see a few differences:

  •  Upon arrival, you will need to answer the questions from the screening assessment tool created by the Government of Alberta. If you've been out of the country, are feeling unwell, have been in contact with someone who is or may be COVID positive, we will be happy to treat you in the comfort of your own home via Telehealth. If all those are a no, we'll be ready share our hands on skills with you!
  • Our therapists will be wearing a mask. Please bring your own as well to ensure your safety and ours. We have a very limited supply of masks so will have to charge you a fee of $2 to use ours which we will then donate to the FoodBank.
  • We have sneezeguards installed on the reception desk. 
  •  Each therapist will be in their own "pod" and we will be scheduling fewer people in general to allow for complete disinfecting between clients and to maintain social distancing. 
  • There will be markers on the floor to direct "traffic flow" and keep social distancing at the front desk
  •  Proper and frequent hand washing, hand sanitizing, limiting contact points, cleaning and disinfecting, sneeze/cough etiquette will all be in place 
  •  Fewer touch points, which include: doors propped open, no magazines, ushered straight to your treatment room upon arrival, direct billing to your insurer and secure storage of your credit card for payments, all to minimize time and touch points.

 Still concerned? We'd love to treat you via Telehealth. We will set you up with a therapist via video chat from the comfort of your home. Please call the clinic  403-328-7325 for more information or to book the style of appointment that suits you best. 


Getting Ready for Gardening

Gardening is a fun, calming, and for some people, meditative activity. Although serious gardening injuries are uncommon, improper lifting techniques and poor body posture can lead to pain or discomfort that can make it hard to enjoy this activity, but the right preparations can keep you in your garden for hours.

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Enjoy running for physical and mental health 

Running is a beneficial exercise, whether it is for recreation or a competition such as a 400-meter race.

It requires great lung capacity, endurance, and strong leg muscles, although running injuries may occur in the hips, knees, legs, ankles, and feet. Fortunately, proper conditioning and the right pair of shoes can help prevent unnecessary injuries.

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Chronic pain can stop you in your tracks and prevent you from being the best version of yourself. The physiotherapists at Peak Physical Therapy can help you manage your discomfort and restore your quality of life.


Understanding Low back pain

Low back pain is one of the most common reasons that people schedule doctor's appointments, and it is the third leading cause of doctor visits for adults over 40.

Most people who experience low back pain will feel better after a few weeks. In addition, there are a number of techniques that ease discomfort and prevent future issues.

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 Have you been searching for healthy dinner and dessert recipes? Here are two you’re sure to love.


Zucchini Noodles with Avocado Pesto & Shrimp


This low carb recipe combines zucchini, avocado, fresh basil, pistachios, lemon juice, pepper, extra-virgin olive oil, garlic, and shrimp. This delicious recipe is a rich source of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and healthy fat. Try this nutritious, low carbohydrate entrée today.

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Vegan Brownies


These homemade healthy vegan brownies are made from your choice of milk, vanilla extract, spelt flour, unsweetened cacao, and mini chocolate chips for a little extra sweetness.

The recipe even recommends using unrefined brown sugar instead of regular brown sugar, stevia instead of white sugar, and ground flax instead of cornstarch. Each of these substitutes ensures that your vegan brownies will be both healthy and delicious.

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Please find our contact information below and feel free to reach out to us at any time!


715 2nd Ave S
Lethbridge, AB T1J 0C4
Phone 403-328-7325

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