Confirming Email Approval

Schedule this email for

  • OK
  • Cancel
This newsletter is already sent (2021-04-01).


On March 30th, 2020 we had to close our doors to in house treatment sessions. Fortunately, we had already been trying  out a virtual format for many of our clients. Though not a perfect system, it did allow us to help keep our patients moving and safe. We have been able to resume in house sessions since June but things sure have been different! Masks, goggles, spacing requirements and more cleaning than ever before. Through it all, we have been overwhelmed by the support we have received from our clients and community. 

With vaccine roll out increasing, there is light at the end of the tunnel but until numbers drop, please keep safe. Wear a mask. Wash your hands. Stay home if you have any symptoms. Plan your next appointment to be done over video chat. We can get through this together!

In other news, we are in the process of planning our next Nordic Pole Walking introducotry classes and setting up regular group sessions. Yay spring! We are watching public health guidlelines for group outdoor activities to ensure everyone's safety. We will be posting information on our Facebook and Instagram sites soon with more information and sign up details. 

The BEST posture is the NEXT posture

Maintaining good posture entails more than sitting properly or using ergonomic equipment. It also involves moving well and often to prevent unnecessary strain.

This is especially important for people who have to find creative ways to stay active while keeping their distance from others due to COVID social distancing guidelines.

  Read More  


facebooktwitterinstagramyoutubeVisit Us


Enjoy walking this spring 

Walking is a beneficial form of exercise that boosts health. Individuals who can increase their heart rate while walking can benefit from enhanced fitness and even blood pressure and blood sugar regulation.

  Read More  


Reduced mobility or persistent pain can make the road to recovery difficult. Working with a well-trained physiotherapist can lead to a better quality of life. 


Understanding Rotator cuff tears

Rotator cuff tears may develop in middle-aged individuals due to the gradual degeneration or wear and tear of the tendons in the shoulder. Over 40% of individuals over the age of 60 develop asymptomatic rotator cuff tears.

This type of non-traumatic injury can lead to a weak shoulder and without proper treatment an individual may experience a limited range of motion or a loss of function in this joint. The good news is this injury responds really well to physiotherapy intervention.

  Read More  


 Do you enjoy cooking at the end of your day, but you don't want to spend a lot of the time in the kitchen? Here are two quick, easy, and healthy recipes you can try out today.


Garlic Herb Mushroom Pasta


This savory dish combines spaghetti with garlic, cremini mushrooms, fresh tarragon, chives, cashew cream, extra-virgin olive oil, and several other mouth-watering ingredients.

The recipe is vegan-friendly and regular cream can be substituted for cashew cream for those who are not following a vegan diet. In addition to its delicious flavor, this pasta dish entree is a good source of antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. Try it for lunch or dinner.

  Read More  


Chocolate Avocado Pudding Pops


This unique treat is made with cacao powder, chocolate chips, almond milk, and ripe avocados as well as natural sweeteners such as maple syrup and almond butter.

Cacao is rich in antioxidants, almond butter is a good source of fiber, and avocados are high in healthy, monounsaturated fat, which makes this a hearty treat. Enjoy these pudding pops today.

  Read More  

Thank you for subscribing to our newsletter. 

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

Copyright (2020) Peak Physical Therapy. All rights reserved.
Please add us to your address book for best email delivery.
Contact us | Unsubscribe