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Welcome to the March newsletter from Peak Physical Therapy.

I know the saying says March comes in like a lion and leaves like a lamb, but the wind we've been having lately doesn't seem very lamb like.  The milder temperatures aren't lion like.  So- maybe a roaring lamb does make sense!

Not sure how many of you follow basketball? Elizabeth is a  Raptors fan and despite her short stature, did play high school ball. Not well, but still enjoys the game :) We have some great information for those of you who DO play to help keep you healthy. 

For those of you with more persistent pain, we have some information on fibromyalgia. Research indicates that exercise is the best medicine for this shronic condition: physiotherapy can help you figure out how to work with the pain. 


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Enjoy Basketball

Basketball is a popular, fast-paced, contact sport, although due to several lockdowns in most countries, it is best to enjoy those hoops with those in your own household. Some players make it seem like they glide through the air with the ball, but those who are not careful can easily become injured.

The wrists and ankles are especially prone to injury due to the repetitive nature of this sport, emphasizing the importance of preparing your body for the physical demands of this game. 

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Don’t let pain and discomfort slow you down. A physiotherapist can help address any physical issues you may be dealing with so you can truly enjoy your day.


Understanding Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition that is characterized by pain and discomfort in multiple areas over the body. The constant pain is associated with fatigue and the underlying cause of this is still poorly understood.

There are a number of beneficial treatment options including physiotherapy, that help people with fibromyalgia improve their quality of life

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 Healthy food is both good for your mind and body. Check out these two recipes for nutritious delights that your whole family will love.


Healthy White Chicken Chili


This nutritious recipe is a tasty alternative to traditional chili. It combines chicken breast, cumin, yogurt, and white beans. The addition of green chilies, onion, garlic, cilantro, and other spices makes this hearty stew a well-balanced meal.

It’s also a perfect entrée for your stove top, instant pot, or crockpot.

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Black Bean Brownies


This a flavorsome recipe that is sugar free, flourless, and oil free. The unique combination of low sodium black beans, applesauce, Medjool dates, cacao, and chocolate chips will delight your taste buds.

The ingredients are also packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. The Medjool dates even provide a natural source of sugar. Try this scrumptious nutritious treat today. 

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Phone 403-328-7325

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