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Peak Physical Therapy
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Welcome to the May newsletter from Peak Physical Therapy.


Maintaining good posture

While carrying out activities such as daily chores, working, running errands, or taking care of children, maintaining good posture may be the last thing on a person’s mind. However, neglecting your posture could lead to health problems over time.

There are specific muscles in the body, known as postural muscles that help keep the body upright. Bad posture may lead to overstretching of some muscles, while others may become stiff and tight.

When standing, bending, or lifting objects improperly or slouching while sitting, postural muscles begin to overwork.  If this happens, muscle pain and joint damage may develop. Research shows that a large number of people suffer from back pain as a result of bad posture.

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Are you benefiting from ergonomics in the workplace?

Ergonomics refers to ensuring that work tasks fit an individual just as well as the individual fits the work tasks. Applying ergonomic principles has been shown to prevent workplace injuries and improve work performance. In order to have good ergonomics, risk factors must be identified, reduced, or eliminated. The following resource can help you identify and reduce some of the more commonly known ergonomic risk factors.

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We love this quote:

“Our greatest weakness lies in giving up.
The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time.”

– Thomas Edison.  #keepgoing


Managing Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic, inflammatory form of arthritis that is classified as an autoimmune disease.

This refers to a condition in which the immune system begins to attack joint tissue and sometimes other organs in the body.

Our patient guide will discuss how RA develops, how this condition is diagnosed, and how RA can be treated.

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Have you been looking for healthy meals that are equally delicious?

Here are two healthy recipes for a hearty meal and easy snack that you can enjoy without worrying about the calories.


Parmesan Crusted Tilapia Fillets

From: (168 reviews) 

This recipe includes tilapia, grated parmesan cheese, paprika, fresh parsley, olive oil, and black pepper.

If you use extra-virgin olive oil, it contains high amounts of a natural compound called oleocanthal. This substance can prevent and reduce inflammation in the body.

Try this recipe today for a healthy and nutritious meal.

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Minted Watermelon and Lemon Ice Pops
From: MyRecipies

This fruity snack is easy to make and fun for the whole family. One watermelon-lemon ice pop only contains about 82 calories and is loaded with vitamin C, which boosts energy as well as the immune system. It also adds a splash of mint to help bring out the fruity flavor. Try this quick recipe today for a tasty treat.

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