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Welcome to the February newsletter from Peak Physical Therapy.

Except for a one week cold snap, January was pretty mild! Hope this bodes well for February too! This month's newsletter doesn't have much to do with Valentine's Day, but we do hope all our friends, clients and families have happy healthy hearts! 


Understanding Repetitive Strain Injuries

Are you experiencing persistent joint or muscle pain that worsens when you make certain movements?

If you think your pain and discomfort is linked to a particular task such as working on your laptop, playing a certain sport (e.g., tennis, swimming), or lifting objects repeatedly, then you may have a repetitive strain injury. The licensed physiotherapists at Peak Physical Therapy may be able to help you target the cause and better manage your pain.

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Tips for enjoying Volleyball 

Volleyball is a competitive, complex sport that requires top physical fitness, powerful athletic skills, and good hand-eye coordination.

This high impact sport is also linked to common injuries in the hands, wrists, knees, ankles, and even the back. The right type of stretching, equipment, and form can help you avoid injuries and stay in the game.

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If you have persistent pain don’t let your fears stop you from speaking with a physiotherapist who can help. Make the choice to get the beneficial therapy you need.


Understanding PIP joint injuries

A proximal interphalangeal (PIP) joint injury refers to a troublesome injury to the knuckle located in the middle of the finger.

This is a problematic injury that may lead to persistent pain and a stiff finger. If it is not treated properly, simple tasks such as gripping items and doing up buttons can become very difficult. 

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 Maintaining a healthy diet promotes optimal physical and mental health. Here are two nutritious recipes that nourish your brain and body.


Spinach Artichoke Chicken Bake


This delicious recipe combines baby spinach, artichoke hearts, low-fat yogurt, and Dijon mustard with chicken breasts, and tops it off with baked mozzarella.

It is as tasty as it sounds and it’s loaded with minerals, vitamins, antioxidants, and other beneficial nutrients. Give this healthy recipe a try today.

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No Bake 5 Ingredient Peanut Butter Energy Bites


This simple recipe only has five ingredients: peanut butter, semi-sweet chocolate chips, old fashioned oats, ground flax seeds, and honey.

Peanut butter is a source of fat and protein and honey is an excellent source of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, while oats and flax seeds are good sources of fiber. This is truly a nutritious treat. Try it today!

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Lethbridge, AB T1J 0C4
Phone 403-328-7325

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