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Welcome to the August newsletter from Peak Physical Therapy.

Summer is half over ?!? Is it just us or does time fly for everyone?


In this newsletter we’re discussing running injuries. Maybe we should actually call it running pain because injury makes people think of something traumatic but pain from running can build up so slowly, you may not even be aware what is contributing. If pain is taking the joy out of your run, come see us! 


Preventing and Treating Running Injuries

Running is a healthy, full-body activity that supports mobility and longevity. However, running injuries are quite common and if they are not properly treated, it may be hard to quickly return to this beneficial exercise.


Learn more about strategies that prevent or treat running injuries.


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The importance of ergonomics

Ergonomics refers to making physical, cognitive, and organizational adjustments that promote muscle and joint comfort while reducing the risk of injury.


Common adjustments include: making postural changes, correcting chair or desk height, improving equipment spacing, or acquiring ergonomic equipment.



Have you been dealing with constant body aches and everything you've been doing up until now is not providing relief? Then it's time to talk to a physiotherapist. Don't wait until tomorrow, pain relief can be yours today!


Understanding Osteoporosis 

Osteoporosis is a common disorder in which bones begin to lose vital minerals that provide structural support.


This condition causes bones to become brittle and prone to fractures. More than 75 million people worldwide suffer from osteoporosis, but its progression can be delayed with timely management.


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


Chicken & Spinach Skillet Pasta with Lemon & Parmesan



For this quick and easy one-pan pasta dish, you'll need gluten-free or whole wheat penne pasta, Parmesan cheese, extra virgin olive oil, white wine, lemon, garlic, spinach, boneless, skinless chicken breast, and other delicious spices.


This delectable meal is loaded with nutrients and is sure to be filling. Try it out for lunch or dinner.



Baked Banana-Nut Oatmeal Cups



These tasty treats combine rolled oats, bananas, brown sugar, cinnamon, vanilla, and pecans for a fiber-rich delight. If you don't like pecans, swap them out for your favourite types of nuts and pair them with a tasty fruit smoothie for an extra boost of nutrients.

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

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