It is another New Year. A time of change and reflection. Last year we wrote our New Year blog with the knowledge that the year was going to be VERY different. Forced changes were happening even as the holidays were gearing up. What we didn’t know is how much of a collective experience having control snatched away would be!

This year it feels that instead of jumping into new resolutions and generalizations of what the year has in store, we are all keeping a close eye on 2021. The new puppy that you aren’t sure won’t wreck those shoes or pee on the carpet. Whatever 2021 had had in store for you, we truly wish that 2021 brings the growth and expansion of happiness and health to all our clients and communities.

Eloquence and gushing are not something that many people find comfortable, including us, however this reflection begs some serious accolades. This past year has shown us that our team is rock solid. We have phenomenal staff. Not only were they able to pick up the slack for Haylie stepping back for her own treatment, but they were able to do this AND navigate a pandemic! Our team had nothing but the health and well-being of our clients and community at the forefront throughout the entire process.

It is for these reasons that we are grateful to 2020. It showed us:
  • We can do hard things (very VERY hard things)
  • Everyone has each others back
  • Continuing as a team and supporting our clients remained a top priority
  • Striking a work/life balance made a big difference in our ability to show up for our clients
  • The adaptability and mental flexibility to move from in-person to virtual services was phenomenal
  • Our values and mission has held strong and true through this whole endeavor

Changes are inevitable. Such massive changes as a collective society is less common. Beyond a shadow of a doubt that we are proud of our clients and community to make this pivot in our social and professional interactions. We have also discovered that some massive changes will not waiver the core values.

Warman Physio will continue to provide:
  1. Exceptional comprehensive and compassionate care
  2. A family friendly and welcoming environment where you are heard
  3. Services across a wide span of providers to best suit your needs

So even though we are all watching our backs waiting to see what 2021 has in store for us, we still plan on going out and exploring the ways we will grow this year.

 

P.S. Did you know we have some new services? Check them out and see how to book:

Virtual Services: Physiotherapy, Dietitian, Counselling

In-person: Fitness, Physiotherapy, Massage, Occupational Therapy, Dietitian, Counselling

Return of Haylie to Practice: Virtual exclusive

At Warman Physio we have been working hard behind the scenes to get a secondary location going for all the clients that are unable to get out to Warman. We are pleased to announce that as of June 3, 2019 we will be located in Saskatoon!

To top it off, we are not only opening a second location, but we also have two NEW staff members to introduce to you!

Maja Stroh PT

First, our physiotherapist Maja Stroh!

  • Prolapse
  • Incontinence
  • Back pain
  • Sports Rehabilitation
  • General orthopedics

Maja is passionate about pelvic health and is always on the search to ensure that all angles are considered for every client. Her attention to detail and comprehensive exams ensure that you are obtaining the whole picture when you come in for any injury or issue.

 

We are also pleased to announce our RMT Signe Bone to the team in Saskatoon!

Signe has been working as a massage therapist for a number of years, and has always had a desire and drive to understand the human body from a very young age. She has been working in Saskatoon as an RMT as well as continuing her education in Prenatal Massage through Axiom Collage, and has begun her Visceral Manipulation through Barral Institute and Craniosacral Therapy through Upledger Institute. The areas of practice that Signe is most drawn to includes:

  • Prenatal & postpartum massage
  • General Injuries (whiplash, TOS, piriformis syndrome, etc)
  • Abdominal Health thorugh Visceral Manipulation
  • Critical Alignment Therapy
  • Cranial Sacral Therapy: CS1

Her love for learning and solving problems helps her provide the best care and treatment she can through working with her clients to better understand them as a person, not just as a body.

The schedule for physiotherapy assessment and treatment can be found HERE and to get on the list for booking for massage can be found HERE.

 

Spread the word and make sure you share this fantastic news with your friends! As per our vision – the Saskatoon location will be infant and child friendly, providing compassionate, comprehensive, and personable care to each and every client.

 

Location of the Saskatoon clinic is: 2543 Dudley St, Saskatoon