Find out more about our EXCLUSIVE HEALTH EDUCATION classes
How to Manage Chronic Pain Effectively and Naturally
With Dr. Shaden Ghattas, Specialist Physical Therapist:
Date: Tuesday April 20th
Welcome to the FIRST LIVE INTERVIEW at Universus Physical Therapy, in conjunction with Dr. Rousseau. We will be discussing how to manage your chronic pain effectively and naturally with the help of medical cannabis. If you have been suffering with chronic pain and already tried pharmaceuticals, including painkillers or other modalities, medical cannabis can be a great alternative for outcomes in pain! This will be an interactive live discussion with questions answered. If you would like to pre-send your questions, we can make sure to get them answered within the discussion.
To find out more or to register for this workshop, click below to get in touch.
Do you ever wish you could find out more about what’s going on with your back, neck/ shoulder, or knee pain before you commit to any treatment?
Do you ever wish you knew more about the WHY--
And most importantly learn the valuable information and discover things you can do about it?
If so, our EDUCATIONAL CLASSES ARE FOR YOU.
We cover a wide variety of issues from back pain to pelvic floor, to core elements of Pilates, or combating sports injuries. We have guest speakers including our very own doctors of physical therapy and specialists in the field.
If you would like to attend our next Educational Class, please click on the bottom below and fill out the short form so we can let you know the time and date of our next class, and make sure your seat is saved. Our workshops are available at local libraries, at community events, and within our office (both in person and virtual). Please submit your interest and we will be in touch when a workshop is available.
Please tell us what type of event you’d like to attend based on the primary source of your pain and/or interest.
If you know of anyone who’s suffering or who would like to know more, we also extend our invite and would love to see them come along so that they too can gain some clarity and direction to making a better more informed decision about their health.