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March 16, 2017
Take the Fight Out of Food – by our Dietitian Noony
Do you ever get frustrated by food and nutrition? Maybe you can’t figure out why you feel bloated after more
January 19, 2017
Top 10 Reasons To See a Dietitian – by Noony Dietitian at Teamworks
1. Stop Nutrition Confusion. Your co-worker, your mom, your best friend all have advice on how to eat better. more
August 11, 2015
Posture during pregnancy
By Lesley Cuddington, Vancouver Physiotherapist at Teamworks Health Clinic Pregnancy is a dynamic state – the body is changing more
August 11, 2015
Pre and Post Natal Core Stability Program
By Lesley Cuddington, Vancouver Physiotherapist at Teamworks Health Clinic  What is the pelvic floor? The pelvic floor is a more
April 10, 2013
Health Benefits of Chocolate

by Joy Y. Kiddie, MSc, RD -

  While eating unlimited amounts of any calorically-dense food such as chocolate may increase the risk of overweight or obesity, consumption of chocolate, especially dark chocolate has been associated with several health benefits.

What is chocolate?

Chocolate is a food produced from the seed of the tropical theobroma cacao tree. The seeds of the cacao tree more ›
April 2, 2013
There are numerous types of headaches each of which have different characteristics and all of them can impact your daily life in various ways.   The tension type headache is generally a dull ache and feels like there is a vice around the front and sides of your head.  It can typically last for a few hours and is usually associated with prolonged computer use and stress.  This type of headache comes and more ›
April 2, 2013
Hurting? Try ART
Nagging injury or soreness hindering your work or activities of enjoyment?  Try Active Release Techniques or ART as it is commonly known as.  It is a specific soft tissue system/ movement based massage technique that treats problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and nerves. Headaches, back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, shin splints, shoulder pain, sciatica, plantar fasciitis, knee problems, and tennis more ›
April 2, 2013
Gearing up for the Grind
Now that spring has arrived it feels great to get outside and enjoy the weather.  Hiking up the Grouse Grind is a fantastic way of improving your cardiovascular system, strengthening the muscles of your lower body and training you to be mentally “tough”.  Since the primary movement of hiking the grind is climbing, the quadriceps, glutes, hip flexors and calves will be worked.  Try these five tips to help you more ›