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As you may know, we have been up and running with in-person appointments since May 4, and we have been doing virtual sessions since April. 

What a response! Our clinic continues where it left off with a growing list of clients having successful treatment.

On behalf of the whole River East Physiotherapy team, I want to say THANK YOU.  Thank you for your support, whether it was a while ago, or more recently during this challenging time.

In this newsletter, we have a few things for you - two new articles on injury prevention, and some favourite summer recipes.


Preventing and Treating Running Injuries

Running injuries are quite common among both novice and seasoned runners, as well as athletes who participated in sports like soccer, ultimate frisbee, and basketball.

There are a number of ways to help prevent running injuries, but if an injury does occur, acute injury management practices along with physiotherapy treatment can shorten the recovery period.

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Tips for injury prevention when moving objects 

Manual handling involves carrying, lifting, pushing, or pulling a person or object. This particular type of activity cannot always be avoided, and an improper handling technique is one of the main causes for work-place injuries that include back pain, muscle strains or tears, and neck pain, among others.

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 Staying at home more lately means more cooking - and a need for more meal ideas!  Here are two simple, healthy recipes you can try.  


Addictive Sweet Potato Burritos


I've been using this recipe for 20 years for a delicious, colourful, high-fibre lunch option.  The filling freezes well too.  Sometimes I use make it into Quesadillas, or a burrito 'bowl' on rice.

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BBQ Grilled Peaches


Barbeque season is upon us.

This recipe is a classic with very few ingredients.  Just use fresh peaches, cinnamon and honey and put them in aluminum foil packets to grill. Modify the amount of cinnamon and honey to your taste!

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On behalf of the entire team, it's been a pleasure and a privilege to have you as a member of our community.  

Have a great week, and enjoy the heat.

Andrea Grant

Director, River East Physiotherapy and Sports Fitness Clinics.


Henderson Location
1215 A Henderson Highway
Winnipeg, MB R2G 1L8
Phone 204.982.9191
Rothesay Location
1204 Rothesay Street
Winnipeg, MB R2G 1T7
Phone 204.982.9195

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