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Welcome to the March newsletter from Peak Physical Therapy.

It feels like it took forever, but Spring seems to have finally arrived! Spring means flowers: we have an article about the health benefits of gardening you might like to read just in case you need some encouragement to get outside. 

In this newsletter, we also discuss Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV). Did you know that physiotherapy can help? If you have any persistent feelings of vertigo (the room is spinning or rocking) or dizziness (you feel light headed or "woozy"), our physiotherapist, Ben has extra training to help relieve these annoying symptoms. The front desk team can set up a phone call if you would like to ask him some questions before you make an appointment to see him. 

Learn About Benign paroxysmal positional Vertigo (BPPV)

Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo is a scary and sometimes debilitating issue that can quickly disrupt normal activities due to the rapid loss of balance and abrupt dizziness. Although the exact cause of this health issue may be difficult to pinpoint for some people, there are several treatment approaches including Physical Therapy that offer long-term relief.


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Gardening Boosts Health

Gardening is a fun hobby for some people, while others may only garden out of necessity. People who garden for recreational purposes or those who spend hours gardening may also experience unexpected injuries. Poor posture and the use of improper tools increase the risk of injury. Using proper techniques makes gardening pleasurable and beneficial.



For people who are struggling with chronic pain, working with a physiotherapist may lead to what seems like small progress. The key is to stick with it, then you’ll see bigger results. Call Peak Physical Therapy in Lethbridge today to get started, there’s no time to waste.


Learn about little league elbow

Osteochondritis dissecans (OCD), also known as little league elbow, is a frustrating condition that develops due to repetitive movements that strain the elbow joint. Baseball pitchers, young gymnasts, and athletes who make overhand throws may experience this condition. OCD is common among adolescent athletes, but prompt treatment can help improve outcomes.


Healthy eating habits provide energy for day-to-day activities and helps boost your body's natural defenses. Here are two nutrient-rich recipes that are quick and easy to make.


Roasted Cauliflower Pasta with Lemon and Garlic



This appetizing vegan entree can be ready in 30 minutes by combining cauliflower, garlic, and chili with your favorite noodles. Add some herbs and spices along with lemon zest for a splash of citrus and you have a nutrient powerhouse that is full of flavor. Give this popular recipe a try today!


Greek Yogurt Chocolate Raspberry Popsicles




These homemade treats are a sweet and healthy snack made from non-fat Greek yogurt, cocoa powder, unsweetened almond milk, maple syrup or honey, and fresh raspberries. The delicious yogurt popsicles are low in sugar, less than 100 calories, and perfect for your chocolate cravings.


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