Lockdown April 2021
I am sorry to say at this time I am unable to take new patients. With kids off school my schedule is limited and I want to ensure that I can provide the proper care to my current patients.
If you have seen me in the past or present you can book online at https://shallowlakept.janeapp.com
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Happy New Year 2021
With the newest COVID-19 lockdown, health care providers are not affected. Shallow Lake Physiotherapy will remain open during the lockdown. However, I am restricted on my hours until kids are back in school.
I have opened up my online booking, if you are a returning patient you can book online at the following link
If you are a new patient please email me and we will see where we can fit you in. Until kids are back in school I may be limited on taking on new patients.
Thank you so much for your patience during this bizarre time in our lives.
Please try and keep active with some online exercise programs, outdoor activities (walking, snowshoeing, cross country skiing), set up a challenge with a friend to do push ups, squats and planks every day. Anything just keep moving for your mental and physical health.
Sleep well – Sleep in how we heal, repair and rejuvenate. Look up this guy, read his book. Matthew Walker on “Why we sleep.”
Eat well – What we eat is SO important to how our body performs. Reach out to Cassidy Neiser to help you achieve your nutritional needs. https://cassidyneiser.com/
Move well – Just move – hit every position everyday… Yoga is a great way to achieve this. There are many local yoga instructors doing online Yoga during the lockdown. https://cedarwellnessstudio.ca/ https://www.connectrehab.com/ and many more…
COVID-19 update May 26 2020
Hi. Just an update on reopening….
I am following guidelines outlined from the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario which are directed from Ministry of Health and Public Health Ontario. I know at this point as much as you know on when they will allow the next stage (stage 2) to open their doors, assuming I am stage 2. I will let you know on my website and along on my social media (Facebook and Instagram) when I will be reopening.
Unfortunately with the lack of school or childcare options the earliest I will open will be Friday June 19th 2020.
Thank you for your understanding during this unusual time for us all. Please reach out anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns.
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak (March 2020)
Our onsite clinic is closed and hoping to reopen when advised by the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario. I am still corresponding my email, phone and video when needed.
At this time I encourage everyone to focus on their health
- Sleep well. The recommended amount of hours depending on age 7-9 hrs for adults. Listen to https://www.foundmyfitness.com/episodes/matthew-walker and listen to any podcasts or read the book of Matthew Walker on Why we sleep. Great information on how to improve your sleep and why it is so important. Sleep is the best health drug out there.
- Eat well. Eat a variety of foods including vegetables and fruit and protein. Maybe listen to some YouTube videos of Dr Rhonda Patrick and visit her website https://www.foundmyfitness.com/
- Move well. Keep up with your exercises. Take 15 minutes (or more) to just move, stretch, touch your toes, arch your back, keep moving. Your body will not like sitting on the couch all day. Please email with any questions on how to advance your exercises and we can come up with a plan. Get outside and walk everyday at least 20min with some purpose – get the legs, arms, lungs and heart moving. There are so many resources online for exercises, but be careful with your current injury. If you need some direction please email me and we will come up with a plan based on your needs.
Please reach out at anytime email@example.com
This is me, Kerri Edison. I have four busy boys in my life. We are an active family who loves to play hard. I graduated from University of Manitoba in 2006 with a Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation in Physical Therapy. I also have a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Psychology which has helped my physiotherapy practice over the years, many of our physical injuries can impact our emotions, and vice versa. I have taken many many courses to learn about movements and the best ways to get us back to moving well. I have a passion for nutrition, overall health, how to be and stay active and keep it going for the lifestyle you want.
I truly love what I do.
Ready to help you move the way you want to move…
What to expect…
All our appointments are one on one. Our first appointment is the initial assessment to guide us in the right direction for your personalized treatment plan. All of our appointments consist of education, manual therapy, various exercises on site and a program for home.
Young or old, we all need to move well. Physiotherapy can help all ages and all physical abilities whether an athlete, want to be athlete, weekend warrior, kid, adult, or elderly. We all want to move pain free and do what we love.
We provide lots of education, manual therapy, exercises and some home work to keep you moving correctly in the right direction.
Some of the specialties: Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization, Functional Movement Screening, Selective Functional Movement Assessments, Pelvic Floor Therapy, Acupuncture with or without electrotherapy, Mulligan Manual Therapy, Graston Techniques, Sports Taping, Therapeutic Ultrasound and lots of education.
Get in Touch
We’re always happy to talk about how we can best help you move better!
SHALLOW LAKE PHYSIOTHERAPY
To Book Online: https://shallowlakept.janeapp.com
548 Princess St
Shallow Lake ON N0H2K0
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