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March 25, 2020
Telehealth (Virtual Rehabilitation) at Teamworks
In lieu of our temporary clinic closure due to Covid-19, we would like to announce that we are now ...read more
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 ...read 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. ...read 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 ...read 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 combination of muscles that create the horizontal “floor” of your pelvis. It is responsible for keeping the organs in the pelvic and abdominal cavity. It also contributes to the voluntary control of your bladder and ...read more ›
August 11, 2015
Infertility and Acupuncture
By Stephen Ko, Registered Acupuncturist at Teamworks Health Clinic in Vancouver Are you having trouble having a baby?  Either having difficulty conceiving or being troubled with miscarriages?  Fertility can be an extremely difficult issue for a lot of women and many cases can be treated or improved by Acupuncture. Has anyone ever told you that it is normal to have menstrual cramps before or during ...read more ›
August 11, 2015
Pelvic Girdle Pain
By Lesley Cuddington, Vancouver Physiotherapy at Teamworks Health Clinic. The term PPGP (Pregnancy-Related Pelvic Girdle Pain) is used to describe mechanical pain experienced over the pubic bone (symphysis pubis) at the front and center of your body, on both sides of your back which includes the sacroiliac joints, or along the outsides of the hips. Pregnancy-Related Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP) affects 1 in ...read more ›
April 22, 2015
Spring Gardening Tips from your Vancouver Chiropractor
  • Give your muscles a chance to warm up before working in the yard or garden. Take a short ten to fifteen-minute brisk walk around the block.  This will get your blood flowing to the big muscles of your body.
  • Stretch! Once your body is warm from your brisk walk, perform some stretches to get your muscles prepared for activity.
  • Avoid prolonged bending, pushing and pulling while raking ...read more ›