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Chronic fatigue syndrome and the 7 body systems involved

Chronic fatigue Syndrome (CFS): An objective metabolic disorder that affects at least seven body systems. Applications to manual therapy. Primary tabs View(active tab) Participants Chat Room More than 2 million people in the United States have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS).

Русско-говорящей Физиотерапевт в Нью Вестминистре, Б.К. лечит основа хронических болей

       Как физиотерапевт канадского образования, и стажировалься в Москве по моей специальности, я приглашаю интересующихся лиц войти в связь со мной  (604-732-6323) если у вас вопросы по поводу моей терапевтеческой работе при/перед возможности назначеться на сеанс со мной

Dis-Equilibrium: A Definition of Life

Muscular tensions, and past stress are associated with an inability to fully inhale or exhale.

A Recommendation on Fred’s therapy services.

Recommendation by client on benefits husband, friends and she have received from Fred Samorodin, RPT’s therapy services.

Support Postural Alignment Physical Therapy with Activities of Daily Living!

Support Postural Alignment Physical Therapy with Activities of Daily Living.

Maximize your workout by wasting less time at the gym

Maximize your workout by wasting less time at the gym

Get the most out of your routine by changing it up, opting for other machines in peak hours, forgetting the book and focusing on sweat.

Maximize weight training with performance in mind.

There’s no shortage of opinions on how to maximize your efforts in the weight room. Unfortunately, most lifters follow a routine that’s based more on rumor than on science. And while not everyone will get the same results from the same workout, it pays to understand the facts when designing an effective weight-training routine.

Heads up it’s time for a posture test

Is your head well in front of your shoulders? It could be cramping your neck. Check out exercises to improve your “computer” neck!

CV-4 Self-help devices and the stillpoint technique

The stillpoint technique is a self-help method for stress relief is described using craniosacral therapy principles to achieve a “stillpoint”.

Yoga can be adapted for those with limited mobility!

Adapted Yoga is good for those with limited mobility!

Our Three Locations

Primary Clinic:

#5-204 Sixth Street
New Westminster, BC V3L 3A1

Alternate Thursdays:

Richmond Muscle & Tendon Clinic
195- 8279 Saba Road
Richmond, BC V6Y 4B6

Tuesdays:

Bodhi Tree Wellness Centre
415-2184 West Broadway
Vancouver, BC V6K 2E1

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Testimonials
Fred has been my physiotherapist since 1988 when I first went to him after a bad car accident. He had helped me through my injuries using various techniques using both old and new inovated ways. I continue to go to him for what I call “tune ups” when my body gets out of whack from my job at fedex. He is always helpful in suggesting exercises to strengthen those areas.
Shannon Wong
Fred is a very well trained and gifted Physio Therapist. He gets results and I usually feel much better after a physio treatment. His various modalities and out of the box thinking help achieve a higher level of health, therefore I highly recommend Fred if you have body pain resulting from injuries due to motor vehicle accidents or other life trauma.
Kent KingOwnerVancouverFun Bus Tours
Fred is a talented physiotherapist, with a knack for finding health solutions when other physios and health professionals have been unable to help me. I have had treatments from Fred for back problems, and he resolved my issue quickly. He is a gentle healer with tons of integrity!
Barb Steele
I had massive migraine headaches ever since I was tossed from my bicycle at ten years of age. When in my 50’s I had a couple of treatments from Fred and I have not had a single migraine since. I am now in my 60’s. My husband had sciatica so bad at one point that he could not walk. We called Fred who came over to our house. In one hour, my husband was up and walking.
Cheryl BoegemanOwnerBoegeman Enterprises
Fred is a non-traditional physiotherapist who loves the challenge of working with chronic pain problems and assisting his clients to get to a better state in their health.
Janice WebberPresidentThe Connective Tissue Therapies Society
My Philosophy of Care
My aim is to integrate the best of skills, service, education and resources in physical health to help clients recover from old or new traumas and go on to taking responsibility for their own self-care and make appropriate choices regarding their health and wellness.
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