Essex Free Press
November 6th, 2014
Healthy Living Program Week 3 & 4 Explains Goal Setting, Fats, Fibre, Flexibility, and Meditation
The third and fourth sessions of the free healthy living program focused on goal setting, types of fats, and the importance of fibre. Not only are portion sizes important when trying to become healthier, but a healthy diet including all four food groups is as well. Theven Sabga also detailed the importance of flexibility within an exercise regimen and how exercise bands can assist in strength training. At the end of the presentation, guests were invited to participate in a yoga and meditation demonstration!
Read the article here on the Essex Free Press website.
Essex Free Press
October 23rd, 2014
Healthy Living Program Week 2 Explains Proper Nourishment
The second week of the free healthy living program focused on the basics of proper nutrition. In order to lose weight, combining a healthy eating regimen with exercise is key. Theven Sabga also went into further details regarding the benefits of Tai Chi! Read the article here on the Essex Free Press website.
Essex Free Press
October 16th, 2014
CARE Institute/Sabga Physiotherapy Teams With Essex NP Clinic To Promote Healthy Living Program
Over a six week period CARE Institute/Sabga Physiotherapy will be hosting a healthy living program with the Essex Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic. The program will be held on Thursdays. Read more about the program and updates surrounding it at the Essex Free Press Website!
September 24th, 2014
CARE Institute/Sabga Physiotherapy is now the official provider to the Windsor Spitfires
CARE Institute/Sabga Physiotherapy is excited to be the official physiotherapists, chiropractors, and massage therapists to the Windsor Spitfires. For more details regarding this announcement see the Spitfires press release on their website!
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For Immediate Release Monday, December 2, 2013
Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic first in the Province to Integrate Physiotherapist as part of Primary Health Care Team
(Essex, ON) The Essex County Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic, is the first in the province of Ontario to integrate a physiotherapist as part of its primary health care team. The Ministry of Health and Long Term Care has for some time been exploring the advantages of expanding frontline teams to include allied health care professionals such as physiotherapists. In fact, recognizing the difference physiotherapy can make on a person’s ability to live an active, healthy lifestyle, Minister Deb Matthews recently introduced new reforms to make way for physiotherapists to have the opportunity to practice as active members of primary health care settings such as Family Health Teams, Nurse Practitioner-Led clinics and Community Health Centres.
“We are thrilled to be the first Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic to embed a physiotherapist as part of our front line care team. Our patients love having on-site access to a physiotherapist,” explains Pauline Gemmell, Executive Director of the Essex County Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic.
John Spirou, who is the current president of the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario and a local practicing physiotherapist, was quick to respond to the Minister’s reforms and approached the Essex Clinic a few months back to explore the possibility of joining their team.
Gemmell was quick to jump at the opportunity because she believes physiotherapy has many benefits for her patients including pain reduction, improving joint mobility, increasing strength and coordination and improved cardiorespiratory function. “Most of us can really benefit from physiotherapy. Whether you are living with a chronic illness, have arthritic joints, are recovering from a stroke or a workplace injury or suffering after that weekend hockey game physiotherapy is key to restoring and maintaining a level of physical function that permits independent living,” adds Gemmell.
For more information contact Pauline Gemmell at 519.776.6856 or John Spirou at (519) 253-9971.
For Immediate Release – November 11, 2013
Essex Ravens Receive Donation from CARE Institute/Sabga Physiotherapy To Promote Fitness and Safe Play
(Essex, ON) The Essex Ravens Football Team will receive a welcome infusion of funds to support their program this week from local physiotherapists who wish to promote safe play and fitness. On Tuesday, November 12 (3:00pm) Coach Glen Mills will receive a $1,000 cheque from CARE Institute/Sabga Physiotherapy to support the team’s efforts to stay fit, be healthy and stay safe. The cheque presentation will take place at The CARE Institute/Sabga Physiotherapy Clinic located at 186 Talbot St. S. in Essex.
“We chose to provide these funds to the Essex Ravens because they are the largest club in the county having athletes of all ages (from youth to university). As a company we want to support healthy, active living and support our local athletes. Also, we recognize that there is a high incidence of injury in football and we hope these funds will help these athletes stay healthy, safe and fit,” says Theven Sabga, Clinical Director of CARE Institute/Sabga Physiotherapy Centre.
CARE Institute/Sabga Physiotherapy has recently opened a clinic in Essex and believes strongly to giving back to its community. For further information on this cheque presentation please contact CARE Institute/Sabga Physiotherapy at p. 519.776.6343 or c. 519.995.2280.