Whitecaps Tickets Giveaway
Posted Sep 17, 2013 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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It’s that time of year again, the Vancouver Whitecaps are starting to get into their 2013 Season and Main Street Physiotherapy Clinic has 2 tickets to give away!
Game: Vancouver Whitecaps vs Real Salt Lake
Date: Saturday September 28th, 2013
How to Enter:
- “Like” Main Street Physiotherapy on Facebook
- Comment on our contest photo on Facebook and tell us if the Dome will be open or closed on Saturday 🙂
- “Share” the picture you see above on facebook.
- Comment below on our blog. Let us know what Vancouver activities you have planned for the fall.
- Twitter: Follow us on Twitter and Tweet below;
@VancouverPhysio is Giving Away 2 #Vancouver #Whitecaps Tix. Enter & Win! Details here http://goo.gl/Vzf6nQ
Important: Contest is ONLY available to Lower Mainland Residents. Tickets must be picked up in person at the clinic. Winner will be announced on Wednesday September 25th. Good luck to everyone!
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“I have been treated by Kate Kennedy for about 15 years. I followed her to Main Street Physio because she is simply the most talented physiotherapist I have had the pleasure of being treated by. She has seen me through a car accident and my recovery, and is very knowledgeable about persistent pain treatment and ongoing issues that arise in a mid-sixties arthritic woman’s body. Her teaching experience is a great asset in the treatment room as she has up to date information and a vast knowledge base. In addition to physical treatment she has taught me a great deal about my body and about healing, and this has been a source of independence for me. Her interpersonal skills are amazing which makes the entire experience of healing pain and living with pain much more tolerable. I feel as though I have a partner in my pursuit of wellness.”