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Great to see families out moving, laughing, and enjoying this beautiful weather

So happy to see families out moving, laughing, and enjoying this beautiful weather safely and kindly! And great to see folks in the Gorge Waterway. Also awesome to run into Sarah Karagianis and pack. Here Sarah is being a gracious dock host, proving that the water isn’t too cold to relish, and demonstrating the underwater

Zoe on top of Mount Finlayson on Vancouver Island.

Mental health #GetReal ⁣

Did you know we are right in the middle of CHMA Mental Health Week?⁣ It’s just the reminder that we needed to reconnect to ourselves and reconnect to others during a time that is keeping us isolated. Just because we are physically distanced, doesn’t mean we have to be emotionally, mentally, or relationally distanced. ⁣

Yoga, pilates, calisthenics, walking and running are great ways to keep moving with very minimal equipment

Our staff has been getting creative with their workouts but also going back to the basics. Things like yoga, pilates, calisthenics, walking and running are great ways to keep moving with very minimal equipment.

Connor Willis stands in front of the computer video to demonstrate some exercises.

TeleRehab services are up and running

We are so excited about our TeleRehab services are now up and running! ⠀⠀In an effort to increase our social-distancing effort while still maintaining a connection with our patients, we have set up one-on-one online appointments. ⠀⠀Many of you were receiving treatment but unfortunately had your recovery journey interrupted. At Arbutus Physiotherapy, we want to

Natasha stands out front of the clinic flexing her muscles.

The health of our community is of utmost importance to us

The health of out patients, staff, and community are of utmost importance to us. This is why we want to update you on what we are doing and what you can do to reduce the transmission of COVID-19. Our team is keeping up-to-date with information taken directly from the Public health Agency of Canada (PHAC),

Rain day, rest day

While we love to get out in the sun and get moving, we are taking a much deserved rest day today. Recovery is just as equally (if not more) important than your training. It allows time for your body to repair those muscles and build your energy stores back up. It also reduces your risk