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


Physical Challenges of New Parenthood

Having a baby is such an exciting experience. However, this transition is coupled with unexpected physical challenges.

For instance, a baby may prefer being held in a certain position that could mean maintaining an abnormal posture for a prolonged duration. In addition, lifting a baby from the bottom of a crib, especially as a baby adds on weight, it could cause strain on the wrists, shoulders, and back. 

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New articles on head related conditions

We are excited to let you know that we have a new section on our website that covers the following topics:

If you are currently suffering from any of these types of injuries, click on the links above to learn about the facts related to your injury and find ways that your physiotherapist can assist you in dealing with your problem.

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Did you know that swimming is not only fun, but very healthy?

Swimming is a competitive sport for many people, and for others a healthy recreational activity that is fun and easy on the joints.

It’s great exercise however, the repetitive motion associated with swimming can sometimes result in injury, such as a shoulder strain.

This guide describes the proper ways to stretch before and after swimming, and the possible injuries that may occur during this activity.

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Managing Whiplash

Have you ever experienced whiplash with symptoms like headache, neck pain, jaw pain, low back pain and dizziness?

Whiplash occurs when the neck is rapidly jerked back and forth such as in a car collision or a blindside hit in football or slipping on ice. This causes trauma to the portion of the spine located in the neck, which is called the cervical spine.

The cervical spine encompasses not only the joints of the spinal column but also the muscles, tendons, joints, and ligaments in the neck - all of which can sustain injury and can show symptoms of whiplash.

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

Eating healthy does not mean your meals should have a bland flavor. Here are recipes for a healthy meal and snack that are tasty and easy to make.


Charlotte’s Tortellini Salad

From: (60 reviews) 

This recipe includes cheese-filled tortellini, boneless chicken breasts, bell peppers, red onion, feta cheese, black olives, and lemon juice. It can be prepared in 35 minutes and it contains nutrients as well as vitamin C. Try this quick and easy recipe today for a filling, nutritious meal.

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Gingersnap Banana Frozen Yogurt

From: (68 reviews) 

If you enjoy bananas and like the taste of ginger, you’ll enjoy this delicious snack. Simply mix gingersnap crumbs, chopped pecans, and sliced bananas with frozen vanilla yogurt and your tasty treat is ready to eat. Incidentally, bananas are high in potassium, while pecans have antioxidants and fiber. So you’re getting lots of nutrients from this snack as well.

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