Vancouver Canadians Tickets Giveaway!
Posted Aug 12, 2014 by MSP Clinic
Posted In: Ask the Physiotherapist, Back Pain, baseball, Clinic News, Contests, Ergonomics, foot pain, Golfing, Health & Wellness, Leg Injury, Local News, Manual Therapy, Neck Pain, Nutrition, Osteoporosis, Patient Study, Physiotherapist Advice, Physiotherapy, Running, Services, Shoulder Injury, Soccer, Sports, Sports Injury, Sprains, TPI Assessment,
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We are excited to be giving away 10 pairs of 2014 Regular Season Vancouver Canadians Baseball Home game tickets! You can use these tickets for any of the home games provided there is availability. 10 Winners will be drawn in total.
Here is how to enter: Earn up to 4 Entries
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- “Like” us on Facebook : Visit Our Facebook Page
- Locate the picture above and comment on the photo. Tell us your favourite summer activity.
- Earn an extra entry when you “Share” the photo to your wall on Facebook.
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Enter to WIN Tickets to @vancanadians home baseball game from @VancouverPhysio 10 Winners! #Vancouver http://goo.gl/8ANzi
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- Leave a comment below and tell us your favourite summer activity.
Winners will be announced Friday Afternoon (August 15). Tickets will be available for pickup at our Physiotherapy Clinic after the draw results have been published. Tickets will need to be picked up by Tuesday August 19th. If you are unable to pick up the tickets, please let us know so we can select an alternate winner.
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- Back Pain
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- foot pain
- Health & Wellness
- Leg Injury
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- Manual Therapy
- Neck Pain
- Patient Study
- Physiotherapist Advice
- Shoulder Injury
- Sports Injury
- TPI Assessment
As a personal trainer who works with all types of populations, it is essential to have a physiotherapist who I can refer clients to with trust. The advice Mike gives is accurate, honest and always in the client’s best interest. Add to this his outstanding diagnostic abilities, and you have a physio head and shoulders above the average.”