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Welcome to the March newsletter from Peak Physical Therapy.


Coping With Arthritis

Arthritis is an inflammatory condition that can affect the joints, cartilage, muscles, and bones in your body.

Although there is no known cure for arthritis, there are a number of ways to cope with this condition and working with a physiotherapist will help you maintain or regain mobility, while experiencing pain relief.

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Tips for computer use

If you work at your computer for long hours, you may not pay close attention to your posture and this can lead to aches and pains in areas such as the neck, shoulder, back, wrists, and elbows. Taking frequent breaks and correcting your posture can prevent discomfort.

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Chronic pain can make it hard for you to achieve your goals, especially if you are experiencing decreased mobility.  A trained physiotherapist can help you target and overcome discomfort that may be affecting your quality of life.


Managing Wrist Osteoarthritis

The gradual breakdown of joint tissue over time is a condition known as degenerative arthritis or osteoarthritis. When this condition develops in the wrist, it may dramatically reduce the hand’s range of motion and also make it difficult to grip even the lightest objects.

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 Have you been searching for healthy dinner and mindful dessert ideas? Here are two delicious recipes that are easy to make.


Pan-Seared Salmon with Kale and Apple Salad

From: Food Network

This healthy recipe can be prepared quickly and includes salmon fillets, lemon juice, olive oil, kale, dates, apples, and black pepper. This nutritious meal is easy to make and is loaded with antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. Try this tasty recipe today.

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Crunchy Peanut Butter Thins

From: Food Network

If you like peanut butter, this recipe is just right for you. It combines peanut butter with whole wheat, rolled oats, wheat germ, chia seeds, cinnamon, brown sugar, and bittersweet chocolate. Peanut butter is a source of protein and this blend of ingredients also provides you with an excellent source of fibre, nutrients and antioxidants.

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