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Greetings

 

Welcome to the January newsletter from Family Physiotherapy Clinic.

 

We hope that you had a great Christmas and we wish you all the best for 2022!

Have you given up keeping track of the changing COVID-19 precautions?
We have sorted it out for you...

If you have 2 or 3 COVID-19 vaccines, plus 14 days since your last vaccine:

  • If you have tested positive for COVID-19 (including a rapid antigen test), you must isolate for 5 days.  The 5 day isolation begins on the day symptoms appeared, or the date of the test, whichever is later.  This applies whether you have symptoms or not.
  • If you DO have symptoms. your symptoms must be resolved, and you must not have a fever by the 5th day to end your isolation period.
  • If you have a positive COVID test but DO NOT have symptoms , this 5 day isolation period still applies.
  • If you have completed the 5 day isolation requirement, you must continue to wear a medical-grade mask (not a fabric mask) for the 5 days immediately following the self-isolation period.  i.e. until 10 days after your positive test or symptoms started.

 

If you have not been fully vaccinated for COVID-19 (0 or 1 vaccine only):

  • You must isolate for 10 days after the date of the start of any COVID-19 symptoms, or after a positive COVID-19 test.  If your symptoms have resolved and you do not have a fever, you may end your isolation after the 10th day.
  • If you are a close contact of someone with a positive COVID-19 test, you must also isolate for 10 days.

NEW JANUARY ARTICLE

Understanding Concussions

Every year, concussions affect millions of people worldwide. As evidence from the sports world has shown, having multiple concussions can be devastating.

 

Proper management and rehabilitation is key to preventing recurrent concussions.

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LIVE WELL

Tips on computer ergonomics

Work environments have changed dramatically over the past few years, with many employees transitioning to home workspaces.

 

Proper ergonomics are key to keeping your body healthy and up to the task at hand. Read more about how ergonomics affect all parts of your body, and how you can avoid work-related injury.

BE INSPIRED

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It’s a brand new year, and with that comes another chance to become the person you were meant to be. Try something new — not for the sake of resolutions — but to fill your soul. Enjoy getting out of your comfort zone. It is there, in that vulnerable space, that we learn the most about ourselves.

MOVE WELL

Understanding Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune disease that causes chronic joint inflammation. The combination of joint swelling and tissue breakdown over time can cause significant pain in many people living with RA. Read on to find out how it develops and how it’s treated.

EAT WELL

The holidays may be over, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy some delicious food with family and friends. Lighten things up with a weeknight seafood dinner, or keep things warm and cozy with a hearty beans and greens soup. It’s a new year, so start building your nourishing food habits right!

 

Speedy Teriyaki Salmon

From: foodnetwork.com

 

Looking for a quick and healthy weeknight meal? Try this delicious teriyaki salmon! The savory and sweet sauce creates a brown crust that bursts with flavor.

 

And if you’re guilty of holiday indulgence, you’ll feel great after filling up on this omega-3-rich fish that is loaded with protein!

 

Portuguese Chourico and Kale Soup

From: foodnetwork.com

 

It may still be cold outside, but you don’t have to load up on heavy foods to feel warm and comfy!

 

This sausage and greens soup is packed with vitamins from kale as well as protein and fiber from garbanzo beans. Add garlicky Portuguese sausage and you have yourself a dynamite dinner!

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Family Physiotherapy Clinic
23 Railway Ave
Sanford, MB R0G 2J0
Phone 204-736-3374

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