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2 Great Mother’s Day Gift Ideas

| May 10, 2017 | Reply

Mother's Day

Mother’s Day is almost here and it looks like Spring has also finally arrived!  Some people struggle with what to get Mom, and if you are one of those people, I have a couple of nifty ideas that could help you.

 1. Massage Therapy Gift Certificate

Help Mom relax with a nice Massage.  Not only does Mom get to have the tension knots that life and parenting produce gently and smoothly worked out of her body, she will also get one WHOLE HOUR of peace and quiet (plus the drive to and from the massage).  Mom’s don’t always provide themselves with “me” time, so this would be a great gift.  We have relaxation massage, deep tissue massage, myofascial cupping massage and pre / post-natal massage.  Massages come in 30, 45, 60 and 90 minute packages.

 2.  Compression Stockings

Another way to pamper Mom for Mother’s Day is to treat her feet! Whether she is on her feet all day at the home or office, she would love something for her tired legs and achy feet.  Capilano carries both Sockwell and Bauernfind Compression Socks that come in a variety of colours.  Compression Socks boost venous return, reduce swelling, and help decrease the achiness and fatigue from your lower legs. 

Mom takes good care of us, so let’s take good care of Mom this Mother’s Day.  Drop by to pick up your Mother’s Day gifts.

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Capilano Rehab Centre | Physical Therapy Capilano physical therapists have provided state-of-the-art physical therapy, sports physiotherapy, back pain, WCB, accident, whiplash and injury rehab to clients in Edmonton for over 10 years.

5832 Terrace Rd Edmonton, AB. T6A 3Y8

(780) 466-1104

Category: Clinic News, Community, Compression Stockings, Massage Therapy, Uncategorized

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I am Capilano Rehab Centre’s Community Care Coordinator. I have been with Capilano Rehab for 9 years primarily as a Physio Assistant, but also as a Receptionist. I have a Physical Education Degree from the University of Alberta, which I will eventually use when my two young children are grown up. In the mean time I am enjoying helping people in the Community through my role as Community Care Coordinator and bringing awareness to how a Physiotherapist can help you get back to the activities you love the most!

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