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Welcome to the Family Physiotherapy Clinic newsletter.

A Registered Massage Therapist!

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We are looking for another Massage Therapist!

 

Join our great team of 2 Physiotherapists and 1 other Massage Therapist.  We have a full caseload waiting for you.

PHYSIOTHERAPIST SPOTLIGHT

Getting to know Sandra Thompson

Sandra Thompson has owned the Family Physiotherapy Clinic since 2002. But did you know that she’s been a Physiotherapist for over three decades??

 

Sandra has a Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation (Physical Therapy) from the University of Manitoba. She is also certified in Acupuncture, does custom orthotics, and has taken many courses in advanced Physiotherapy techniques for adults and children.  

 

For Sandra, each and every one of her patients truly matters, and each one is unique.   She integrates many different skills into her treatments:  myofascial release, mobilization, manipulation, nerve glides, pain education, acupuncture, electrotherapy, and exercise of all kinds.  

 

Knowledge is power!  She comprehensively explains everything to educate her patients, so each person learns what to do to continue their recovery when they leave the Clinic.

 

Movement is Medicine!  Sandra will get you exercising, so you will be able to do your favourite activities again.

 

When Sandra is not busy at the Clinic, she loves to spend time with her husband at their home on Lake of the Woods, and exploring the country on their motorcycle.  She’s also extremely proud of her three grown-up children. When you come to the Clinic you can also see Sandra’s creative side on display - she made the stained glass in the windows!

New Article: Did you know that selecting the right tennis racquet can help prevent elbow injury?

Tennis elbow is a common overuse injury that often develops due to repetitive motions such as swinging a tennis racquet. Repeating this motion can lead to pain, tenderness, and inflammation of connective tissues in the elbow joint. Another factor that is often overlooked is the type of tennis racquet a player uses. Choosing the right racquet helps reduce the risk of tennis elbow.

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LIVE WELL

Tips to prepare for Tennis.

Tennis is a high-impact sport that requires stamina and agility. You also need the right type of racquet and performance shoes to avoid painful injuries such as tennis elbow. Preparing your body for tennis is the best way to prevent injuries and enjoy hours of pain-free matches.

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Chronic pain may be a part of your daily life, but it doesn’t have to be. Incorporating physiotherapy into your daily routine can help you reach new heights. Call Family Physiotherapy Clinic today.

MOVE WELL

Target Elbow Issues with Physiotherapy

Elbow issues can quickly become debilitating if they are not properly addressed. An elbow injury may occur due to sudden trauma or develop over time due to repetitive motions. Working with a physiotherapist can help you identify and treat the underlying cause of the issue.

EAT WELL

Looking for healthy, hearty, protein-rich recipes that are vegan- and vegetarian-friendly? Here are two easy recipes with short prep times.

 

Roasted Sweet Potato Black Bean Salad

From: jaroflemons.com

 

Touted as one of the best healthy salads, this hearty recipe combines quinoa, fresh spinach or kale, sweet potatoes, avocado, black beans, and lemon tahini dressing. This delicious dish is vegan- and vegetarian-friendly. It is also easy to make and takes about 30 minutes to prepare. Enjoy this tasty salad today!

 

Giant Air Fryer Cookies

From: jaroflemons.com

 

These delectable cookies are an ideal protein-rich snack, made from ripe bananas, rolled oats, vanilla protein powder, chocolate chips, almond milk, and coconut oil. In just 10 minutes, an air fryer can quickly bake four large cookies. You can enjoy this snack for breakfast, lunch, OR dinner.

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

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