Spring has sprung, the grass is riz - I wonder where all the injured couch potatoes is?
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Our quarterly newsletter: gives you some valuable information, let's you know what's going on in our lives and allows us to brag about the cool things we do!

for voting us 
Physiotherapists of the year.

It is with great pride that we accept the honour of being voted Best Physiotherapy Clinic for a second year in a row.  We recognize that it is the whole team that deserves this award, from the staff at the front desk to the Athletic Therapists and Chiropractor that often get confused with being a physio.  
Complete Concussion Management 
Apple Creek is proud to announce that we are entering a partnership with Complete Concussion Management Inc ,an evidence based concussion management program that utilizes baseline testing and specific return to learn and play protocols assisting concussed individuals to recover faster.  Baseline testing will be expanded from ImPACT to include memory, reaction time, spacial orientation, visual memory, delayed recall and balance (force plate technology).  Ask Liv or Nick for more details!

Team Canada is off to the IIHF 2017 World Championship

Good luck to all the Apple Creek Alumi who are attending the Women's World Hockey Championships in Plymouth, MI.  Games start on the 31st of March and tournament Gold Medal Game is April 7 @ 730.
Good luck ladies, bring home the GOLD!

Great things Happening!
Brock Palma, who joined the team treating Osteopathically with John, has passed his 3rd year exam at the CCO and has only two more years before he will start the research for his thesis.  
John has wrapped up his teaching duties at the college this year and is looking forward to next year where he will assist and teach a few courses throughout the academic year.

Jeannette is off to the World Championship of Beach Ultimate!!!  Good luck to Jeannette's team of Ultimate players as she and the team will be running around chasing the championship disc while on a beach in France.  Sounds pretty Great - Good luck JQ!


Walking Moblity hosted a physicians' evening at the clinic last week and was well received by all.  A great night of information sharing by our team and theirs, while spreading the word on the many services we both offer.  Thanks to those that attended!

Chiropractor Corner - with Dr. Livia Chiarelli

Now that spring is approaching and the weather is getting nicer, the simplest thing you can do to get active is Walk!  Walking even 15 minutes a day can start you on the way to a healthy activity habit.  

Here are some tips from the Ontario Chiropractic Association to keep you walking this spring:

  • Dress properly. In mild weather, wear several light layers so that you can remove a layer as your body warms up from the activity. If it’s a chilly day, bring gloves and a hat. You want to be comfortable and enjoy your walk.
  • Wear supportive shoes. Thin-soled, untied or loose-fitting shoes may result in a twisted ankle or sore arches – not the benefit you are looking for! Wear footwear that is appropriate for the weather – your walk will not be enjoyable with cold or wet feet.
  • Bring a bottle of water. It’s surprising how quickly you may become thirsty, even on a short walk.
  • A companion is a good idea. Ask your partner, a friend or one of your children to come along with you.

The important thing is to decide on the best time for you and try not to allow other things to get in the way.  I find that scheduling activity during your day,like you schedule a meeting or conference call is a good way to stay accountable.  

Look at your walk as an enjoyable break in your day – a time when there are no chores to do or deadlines to meet. Breathe deeply. Look up at the sky, the trees and the rooftops. Smile. Life gets better when you fit in a walk.

The Angus Glen Running Series is Back!

April 9th join us at the Angus Glen 10 miler race at Angus Glen Golf and Country Club.  Starts @ 930am and runners enjoy a scenic run around the course on the cart path.  At the end of the race, join us of for a post race treatment as our team will be there for any of the runner's post race needs.  Good luck to any of the Apple Creek Alumni who will be participating this year.

Stef has been busy as she travelled with Gymnastics Canada's TRAMPOLINE team, to this season's Kick-Off camp in Montreal, as a warm up before she heads overseas this summer and fall for the World Cup events and World Championships.  As the Lead Therapist, Stef is providing some great medical care to the team as they build upon the individual Olympic gold medal program last year.  Good luck gang!

Sean Popped the Question! Congrats to Sean and his Fiance - while away in Iceland, as they were peering over the edge of cliff, she said YES!  Look for him to be officially off the market in 2018

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