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May 19, 2020
Clinic Re-Opening May 19th, 2020
We are excited to announce that we will be re-opening the doors to Teamworks on Tuesday May 19th.  Our ...read more
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
October 21, 2014
3 Stretches you can do at your desk
By Dr. Khaled Dossa Chiropractor and ART provider Now that we are well into fall and back into the thick of work and studying, I thought it would be appropriate to remind you to stretch when you are at your desk.  By stretching intermittently ...read more ›
October 21, 2014
Backpack Safety for your kids 101
By Lesley Cuddington, Registered Physiotherapist Although many factors can lead to back pain — increased participation in sports or exercise, poor posture while sitting, and long periods of inactivity — some kids have backaches because they're ...read more ›
July 28, 2014
What is Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)?
By Maisy Luong, Registered Physiotherapist Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is the most common disorder of the inner ear. It can produce vertigo, which is a sensation that the environment is spinning. This sensation occurs for a short duration and is typically triggered by a change in head position such as tilting the head upwards and rolling over in bed. Symptoms of BPPV can include dizziness or ...read more ›
July 28, 2014
Rotator Cuff; What is That?
By Lesley Cuddington, Registered Physiotherapist With all the nice weather in Vancouver, the tennis courts are packed, the parks are filled with little league baseball players, and the beach is bustling with beach volleyball players. All of these activities have one thing in common: a high risk of injury to the shoulder, especially the rotator cuff. While many people have heard of the rotator cuff, very few ...read more ›