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Welcome to the January newsletter from Peak Physical Therapy.

2020 has been a year of challenges, to say the least! But how about let's focus on the positives:

  • we saw many people exploring our great outdoors
  • families connected through rediscovering board games and play time
  • we gained a whole new appreciation for teachers!
  • animal shelters saw huge increases in pet adoptions
  • technology made quarantines a bit easier but at the same time made us realize how much we need a human connection
  • we realized the importance of not only our physical health, but our mental health as well 

We hope that you had a peaceful and healthy Holiday season and we wish you all the best for 2021


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Keeping active with Hockey Skills 

Hockey (and skating) is an activity that can be enjoyed outdoors in the colder climate regions during these days of social distancing. 

Hockey is an exciting, fast paced sport that requires strategic planning and full body power to execute all the moves and plays.

Players need to be in good shape and should understand which techniques help prevent unnecessary injuries that could potentially end their season. Read on to learn more about useful methods that keep hockey players in the game.

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Physical recovery can take time, but it is important to remember not to give up. With persistence and guidance from a well-trained physiotherapist, you can be well on your way to physical greatness. Stick with your physiotherapy regimen and never give up!


Managing Headaches

Headaches are a common problem for many people, with causes that can't always be pinpointed. Often where you feel a headache is not where it is stemming from. Read more to learn how a physiotherapist can diagnose and target frequent headaches.

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 When you eat well, your body thanks you by feeling well. Here are two nutrient-packed recipes to keep you warm and motivated this winter. .


Turmeric Roasted Cauliflower Soup


This cozy, nutritious dish packs a flavor punch without packing in the calories. The cauliflower base gets a boost of nuttiness by roasting it first.

The warm aromas of turmeric and cumin add depth and enhance your well-being with their anti-inflammatory properties. Add whole wheat croutons for a perfect finish.

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Zucchini Noodles with Avocado Pesto and Shrimp


This low carb pescatarian dish is a quick, delicious, and healthy way to satisfy that cold evening pasta craving. Jam-packed with vitamins from zucchini noodles and Omega 3 fatty acids from avocado and shrimp, it is sure to become one of your weeknight go-to meals. Try it tonight!

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

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