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Trimetrics January 2012 News

Happy New Year to our clients and families !
With 2012 intentions at the fore of our minds, we want to ensure that as our clients ,you are aware of ,and receive, the most effective therapies to deliver you the results you want.
With the market flooded with options for so many health interventions we thought we would dedicate this first newsletter of the year to clarifying what the team at Trimetrics can offer you and why we have committed to them as practitioners ourselves.
We believe we offer top tier expertise in each of the service areas : please enjoy our practitioner’s articles this month and feel free to contact any of us with your inquires or questions.. We are here to deliver results you want.
The choice is all yours !

Siobhan O’Connell Registered Physiotherapist, and Trimetrics Associates.

This is an Important notice to our patients, referring physicians and colleagues.
We are excited to announce a small change we are making to our business name in order to bring it into more clear alignment with our 3 core services.
Effective December 1 2011 our new name is : Trimetrics Physiotherapy Clinical Pilates and Complementary Health.
Our location, telephone number remain the same. Our team of expert clinicians remains the same other than a farewell to a valued therapist and a welcome to returning and new ones.
effective February 1 2012 the old website www.symmetricsphysio.com will NOT automatically link to www.trimetricsphysio.com
Please visit us there for updated information about our specialty services and watch the blog for innovative services we are working on, for 2012.

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Incontinence: I Laughed so Hard the Tears Ran Down my Legs !

Kirsten Stalberg
As a physiotherapist with special interest and training in women’s health, I wanted to write a short article about a condition which many women are affected by: incontinence. There is much embarrassment and shame surrounding this very common problem, and I feel it is time to help this topic out of its proverbial closet. So, let’s get down to the nitty gritty and answer a few questions some of you may have. What is incontinence? Urinary incontinence is defined as any involuntary loss of any amount of urine that is sufficient to be a problem. My professional opinion is that any unwanted loss of urine is a problem, and although it is a common condition, it is NOT a normal process of aging.

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X, “Y” or Z Yoga How does one decide?

Corinne Skrobot www.skrobot.ca
What makes one type of yoga different from the others? Why the popularity with Yoga? How does one make a choice for one type of yoga over the next? With 22 years as a Physiotherapist, and training through the Iyengar system of yoga, I encourage most of my clients to attend an Iyengar yoga class in order to obtain thorough instruction and correction by a trained teacher. My physiotherapy practice is strongly influenced by Iyengar training and my yoga teaching integrates my training in physiotherapy and osteopathic medicine. Iyengar yoga is one of the few yoga disciplines requiring a minimum of five years of training...

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Meditation Demystified !

By Jonni Gray www.drjonnigray.com
There are thousands of ancient forms of meditation. And they are all very serious. Most of them originated from India and other Asian cultures, centuries of years ago. They were created for, and by, men: monks, rabbis, yogis, priests and the like. The men who wanted to support their vows of chastity, celibacy, poverty, obedience….very different reasons than why we, in this present time, would want to take up a meditation practice...

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That click helps to create community around our shared goals and keeps you in touch with ease with our services and activities.

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What can a Registered Massage Therapist provide for you?

Matt Thompson
As I’ve embarked on my new career as a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) I’ve been surprised by how little the general public truly understands exactly what a licensed RMT can offer from a treatment standpoint, and the difference between a Registered Massage Therapist and some of the other massage practitioners the public can choose from today. RMTs are licensed health care practitioners with a provincial governing body and receive up to 3000 hours (this equates to 2.5 years straight) of education in orthopaedic and physiologic health sciences. We must pass a rigorous written and practical provincial registration exam before becoming a fully licensed Registered Massage Therapist (RMT).

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Acupuncture Services at Trimetrics

Siobhan O’Connell
We are pleased to offer 3 different styles of acupuncture at Trimetrics.
1.Traditional Chinese Acupuncture.
2. Western Acupuncture.
3 Intramuscular Stimulation ( I.M.S )

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Research Proves the Health Benefits of Urban Poling

Nordic walking is also referred to in the literature below as fitness walking, walking poles, power poles, pole walking and exerstriding. In many European countries, physicians have begun to prescribe Nordic walking for certain patients and in Germany the health benefits are believed to be so great that some health insurance providers pay for Nordic walking instruction. Below are brief summaries of some of the clinical trials and studies conducted on walking poles. For more detailed information on any of this research, feel free to contact us...

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Staff News: Dana Henry

Dana Henry graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in December of 2009, and has been practicing massage therapy ever since in her hometown community of Maple Ridge. After high school, she began taking a real interest in health and fitness. Finally after doing an orientation at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy she knew that this was the career she had always wanted...

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