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| April 30, 2015 | Reply

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For years, Capilano Rehab Centre has been providing their clients with relevant therapeutic health information.  And in May, we want to bring you even more!  More injury prevention, pain relief ideas, new treatment approaches, and recent research findings.

 Follow Us on Social Media

The easiest way to get all of this information right to you is through Social Media!  All articles will be posted directly on Facebook and Twitter and will come straight to you if you like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

Follow Us on the Web

Not a social media person? That is okay!  All of our articles are posted to On our website you can either click on the article on the main webpage or on the right hand side is a link to our Blog.  On the blog you will find our Injury Time Out, and blogs on what our clinic and staff have been doing in the community.

 Like Us on Facebook

We want to thank our patients that do follow us on social media so we are drawing for a free therapeutic massage from our therapeutic massage therapists.  All you have to do is like us on Facebook.  Once we hit 200 likes will are drawing for a FREE 60 minute massage.  Want to win a second 60 minute massage?!  Like us on Facebook, start following us on Twitter or subscribe to our blog email while you are here and our receptionists will put your name in a second draw!

 Follow Us on the Blog!

Check out our blog this summer for our Injury Time Out Reports!

Here you will find information on how to prevent and deal with common sporting and physical activity injuries and even some tips on how to manage your aches and pains at work!

Have something you want to see on the blog…Lea is always looking for new and interesting things to write about so let her know!  Email her at [email protected] or if you are on site, poke your head in her office!



Category: Active Living, Clinic News, Community, Healthy Living, Uncategorized

About the Author ()

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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