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Welcome to the November newsletter from Peak Physical Therapy.

This month's feature article is about breathing. Something we all do and likely don't think about. But everything begins with breath. Two of our therapists, Tim and Elizabeth, have been taking courses through the Bradcliff method and have found the techniques useful for all their clients. Don't hesitate to contact the clinic if you'd like more information!

Just a reminder that we will be CLOSED Thursday November 11th in honour of Remembrance Day but OPEN on Friday the 12th. 


How often do you think about breathing? 

In this newsletter we’re discussing breathing. Maybe there’s more to it than you think!

Breathing. It’s an involuntary act we perform from the moment we’re born until our last moments on earth.

This exchange of gases between the air and our blood affects more than just our heart and blood vessels. Controlled breathing calms your nervous system at a cellular level. On the other hand, over breathing can be harmful to your health.

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Will you be heading to the slopes this winter?  

Snowboarding is a fun, healthy way to indulge your inner daredevil and thrill-seeker. While the pros make quick turns and jumps look easy, it takes a lot of training and preparation to stay safe while enjoying this sport. Read on to learn how to protect your upper body while snowboarding.

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Fear can give you invaluable information about your surroundings in order to survive. It can also keep you from ever leaving your comfort zone. Learning to use fear as a tool can help reveal which insecurities keep you from achieving your dreams. Next time you are afraid to try something, ask yourself why.


Understanding Osteochondritis dissecans

Osteochondritis dissecans is a painful condition of the knee that can happen in both children and adults. Since it involves damage of the bone, it is permanent once it occurs. However, physiotherapy is successful in treating about half of the cases. 

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 Fall comfort foods don’t always mean unhealthy eating. Rich, colorful squash and root vegetables supply an extraordinary amount of nutrients and antioxidants. By incorporating flavorful spices instead of fats, you can elevate your fall menu and satisfy your taste buds, all while keeping a trim waistline!


Curried Butternut Squash Soup


Nothing spells warmth like a bowl of butternut squash soup on a cool night. This fiber and nutrient-packed vegetable soup gets its richness from healthy coconut milk instead of cream. Another boost of spice and flavor are added with tart apples and anti-inflammatory turmeric and ginger. You’ll love this one!

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Sweet Potato Shepherd’s Pie


Looking for a filling meal that fits into almost all of today’s trendy diets? Look no further than this satisfying shepherd’s pie. By swapping sweet potato for white potato, the dish gets a ton of flavor and beta carotene. The veggie-packed meat mixture will also meet all your fall cravings for root vegetables.

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