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We hope everyone had a safe and Happy Halloween. It looks like the weather will still be warm -maybe a bit windy but- hey- this is Lethbridge,  so we should still be able to get outside for activities. 

With the recent increase in Covid numbers, we want to assure you  Peak Physical Therapy is taking every measure to ensure the safety of our patients and staff.  We also want to encourage you to stay active: exercise has been proven to help boost your immune system. Our articles this month about arthritis talk about the importance of staying active even with painful conditions. If you're having trouble with keeping moving, give us a call! 

So- go for a walk, wear a mask in enclosed public spaces, keep washing those hands and stay safe everyone!

Living a full, active life with arthritis 

Arthritis is one of the most common sources of pain in aging adults. Although it can be debilitating, the best way to treat it conservatively may not be what you think.

Read on to find out how exercise can actually help arthritis and keep you living an active lifestyle. 

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Alpine skiing

Alpine skiing is an exhilarating and invigorating way to exercise in the great outdoors.

Fresh powder topping a mountain slope makes for a perfect mixture of resistance and endurance training. Accelerating downhill to sometimes high speeds, however, can cause injuries

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Don’t let what you perceive as boundaries limit your ability to crush goals. Challenges in your path are often the greatest source of growth and wisdom if you allow them to be. You are only limited in life by what you limit yourself to believing in.


Understanding Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee is a condition affecting many active people. It’s caused from a wearing down of the articular cartilage, or smooth lining, of the knee joint. Exercise is still the top way to manage arthritis but people suffering from OA may also benefit from pain medications or supplements like glucosamine and chondroitin sulphate. 

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 Fall is in full swing! And there’s no better time to enjoy the comforts of warm, satisfying meals loaded up with seasonal, nutrient-rich produce.


One Pan Autumn Chicken Dinner


Enjoy this flavorful and healthy meal in just minutes by baking everything in one pan. Packed with the nutrient-dense veggies, brussel sprouts, and sweet potato, this weeknight wonder adds a hint of sweetness with sliced apple.

Bone-in chicken and optional sliced bacon add delicious protein to this paleo, gluten-free meal.

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Sweet Potato Baked Oatmeal


This recipe combines the delicious, nutritious fall favorite sweet potato with the healthy pantry staple oatmeal.

Complete with rolled oats, pumpkin pie spice, almond milk, pecans, and coconut oil, this make-ahead breakfast or dessert packs a flavor punch that will satisfy your fall cravings.

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Lethbridge, AB T1J 0C4
Phone 403-328-7325

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