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Welcome to the February newsletter from Peak Physical Therapy.

February is usually associated with hearts and Valnetines but it can also be a time of changeable, icy weather. That can lead to slips and falls. If you have, or at risk for, osteoporosis, this can be a frightening prospect. Read more for information on how we can help! For those of you who are more adventurous on the ice, we have some tips for figure skaters. Plus another selection of yummy and healthy recipes. Hope the only fall you have this month is in love!


Bone Health & Falls

Osteoporosis is a common condition that can affect people as early as 50 years old. It’s a “silent disease”, meaning you can’t feel you have it but it leaves you very vulnerable to fall-related fractures. If you have osteoporosis, working with a physiotherapist to improve bone mass, agility, muscular strength, aerobic capacity and balance can help to improve your bone health and minimize your risk of suffering a fall.

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Tips for Figure Skaters

Figure skating is a highly technical sport that requires tremendous talent and skill. Figure skaters risk injury every time they step on the ice so they need to be conditioned on, and off, the ice. Your physiotherapist can teach proper stretching and strengthening techniques to condition your body and minimize your risk of injury.

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Let your physiotherapist help you on your journey toward optimal health!


Understanding Hip Fractures

Hip fractures occur most commonly in the elderly and can result in life-threatening complications. Most hip fractures require surgical repair followed by post-surgical rehabilitation. Your physiotherapist will work to restore your mobility and strength to avoid serious complications and get you back to your normal activities as quickly as possible.

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 Do you ever find yourself wondering about dinner options that are both tasty and healthy? Here are two recipes that are satisfying and nutritious!


Lentil Soup


This recipe combines lentils, onions, carrots, celery, garlic, crushed tomatoes, and spinach with a variety of herbs and spices to create a hearty winter soup. This high-protein, nutritious soup is sure to warm you up on a cold winter’s day!

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Roasted Yam and Kale Salad


This salad combines jewel yams, kale, onion, garlic, fresh thyme, red wine vinegar, olive oil and salt and pepper to create an interesting and healthy winter salad. It’s packed with a variety of nutrients, vitamins, and antioxidants and is sure to please salad lovers!

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