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Strength and Conditioning group photo with scotty

Strength and Conditioning with Scotty Butcher

By | PainPRO News, Blog, Functional Fitness, Strength Training, Food for thought

The last weekend of February painPRO had the privilege of hosting a Strength and Conditioning course lead by Scotty Butcher. Scotty is a physiotherapist and guru in the strength and rehabilitation world, and he did not disappoint. It was so inspiring to see a room mixed with RMTS, Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, Kinesiologists and other practitioners coming together, committed to developing exercise…

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Dog Days of Winter

By | Food for thought

Dog walking in Vancouver is a lucrative business. In Kits, in East Van, in the West End and on the sea wall; everywhere there are people walking four or five dogs, making sure that the pups get their daily exercise. Passing a dog walker on the street this morning got me thinking… What are the dogs’ owners doing at this…

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Chemicals To Avoid

By | Food for thought

  Most of us do our best to avoid artificial chemicals in our foods, never realizing that inhaling them or applying them to our skin can sometimes be just as harmful as eating them. Propylene Glycol You could be putting antifreeze disguised by a nice fragrance on your skin. This chemical is linked to liver problems, kidney damage, skin cell…

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