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Welcome to the February newsletter from Peak Physical Therapy.

We hope you have been enjoying our relatively mild weather! Hopefully, for those of us who love to hit the slopes, we will still have enough snow on the mountains to let us take advantage of the pleasant temperatures. We have an article below on avoiding snowboarding injuries. Hope you find it helpful.

Last month we welcomed back Dannielle. This month, we have more great news! Morgan is returning to the Peak team and is available for appointments as of February 4th! Her treatment approach is very much movement based so if you book with her, be ready to move! Call the clinic at 403-345-5755 or  book now





Acute Versus Chronic Back Pain - What’s the difference?

Most adults have experienced back pain at some point in their lives. For some, their pain may be acute, meaning that it comes on suddenly and can often subside in a short amount of time, whereas for others, pain may persist for long periods of time, becoming chronic.

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Enjoy Snowboarding 
Snowboarding is a sport that is often considered extreme, and is commonly associated with upper body injuries. Proper conditioning, as well as a few key precautions, is essential to avoid injuries. Physiotherapy can help minimize the risk of injury by educating snowboarders on selecting appropriate equipment, and teaching proper stretching and strengthening techniques. 
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Your physiotherapist can help you through the hard climb to the top!


Get to know your knees

The knee is a key load bearing joint in the body and can be susceptible to injury in sport or life. Physiotherapy can help you avoid injury by educating you about common pitfalls and training errors that cause knee injury, and teaching you how to stretch and strengthen the joint for your chosen sport.
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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!

Baked Salmon Fillets Dijon


This recipe combines salmon fillets with bread crumbs, butter, Dijon mustard, and salt and pepper to create a healthy dinner option that can be paired with a salad or vegetable medley. This dish is packed with protein and can be ready in less than 30 minutes. 
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Penne with Chicken and Asparagus


This recipe combines penne, chicken breast halves, and asparagus spears with olive oil, chicken broth, garlic powder, salt and pepper, and Parmesan cheese to create a quick and nutritious dinner option. This dish is full of protein and fiber as well as a variety of vitamins and nutrients, and can be ready in about 35 minutes. 
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Lethbridge, AB T1J 0C4
Phone 403-328-7325

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