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Welcome to the March newsletter from Peak Physical Therapy.


We wanted to take a moment to thank all of our clients and friends who voted us in the annual Best of the Best contest. We are so honored by all those who not only trust us in their care but who also take the time to vote!


In this newsletter we’re discussing sports injuries including baseball injuries! We know it might seem early to be talking baseball but, typically spring training starts in March so it is time to start thinking about injury prevention. 


Tips for managing sports injuries.

Sports injuries are common among both youth and adults.


While they may not be completely preventable, there are ways to reduce the chances of acquiring an injury, such as training in body awareness and improving muscle tone.


Managing these injuries requires a combination of both protecting the injured body part and optimizing healing.


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What kind of injuries do baseball players deal with?

Baseball is an exciting sport that is enjoyed by people of all ages around the country. Players use repetitive motions when throwing, batting, and running, putting them at risk of injury.


A physiotherapist can help to minimize the risk of injury by teaching the player how to stretch properly and condition their body to withstand the impact of the sport.




If you can commit to doing one thing better every day, that’s seven things better by the end of the week. In order to make big changes in your life, try starting with small ones. The key is consistency. Stick with it, and you could see results that you never dreamed possible.


Understanding Ankle sprains

Ankle sprains are common and potentially debilitating injuries. Whether you roll your ankle badly once in a soccer game or sustain a number of small sprains over time, your ankle can feel unstable.


The good news is that even if some structural damage occurs, ankles can be rehabilitated to perform optimally. To learn more about how to protect your ankle from instability due to inversion sprains, read on!


With spring right around the corner, it’s time to bring that burst of green into your weeknight dinners. These recipes use Asian takes on lean pork and bright vegetables that are sure to make your mouth water.


Asian Pork Tenderloin



This flavorful recipe uses the tenderest cut of pork to deliver an easy weeknight main course. The umami flavors combined with the lean pork deliver a succulent, protein-rich dish that will have your family asking for seconds!


Try it tonight for an easy meal!


Spring Veggie Stir Fry



There’s no quicker or more satisfying side dish than a veggie stir fry. Slice up all the fresh vegetables you have and toss them in! The secret is using high heat and cooking the veggies until just tender crisp.


This keeps their colors and nutrients intact for this super healthy side dish.

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

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