Johnny Vesterinen is an active person to say the least. A tennis pro (OK-Mission Tennis Club & Global Fitness), local musician (‘Johnny vs Johnny’ duo & solo performances), Physical Education teacher & Music Specialist in the public school system teaching... “Unfortunately I am not aging as gracefully as one of our fine CedarCreek wines. Despite five decades of vintages, I am still active with tennis, basketball, cycling and golf. However, while the mood is willing, the body is breaking down. Last year I was especially... “Greg is unlike any other physiotherapist I’ve seen. His comprehensive
knowledge of the human body and the passion he brings to his career is
unmatched. I know that a session with Greg will not only alleviate the pain
I am feeling but more importantly, will... Vary your position. Sitting at computers and desks all day puts increased pressured on your spine. After 30 minutes of sitting make sure you walk around to keep the flow of blood and fluids to your spine. Set up a standing workstation to vary your position while... Athlete Strength January 26, 2014UncategorizedAthlete, Injury, Kelowna, Sport Physio Edit Last nights X Games in Aspen, Colorado showed the enormous strength of two athletes on our Canadian Olympic Half Pipe Ski Team. The strength of an athlete is not always exhibited...