Our awesome physiotherapist, Corey Pritchett, has been helping the Golf Newfoundland Labrador -GNL Junior Development Team with their strength and conditioning!
A practical, year round strength conditioning program geared toward golf provides clients/golfers with improvements in their muscular strength, flexibility, cardiovascular capacity, and in their power. It should be the golfer’s aim to avoid injury rather than deal with the pain-staking process of rehabilitating injury.
If your swing is struggling, or you're experiencing pain post game, physiotherapist Corey Pritchett can help. Our objective exam will include feet, knee, hip/spine position, shoulder, arm position, and grip. In addition, an evaluation of flexibility and strength. A videotaped analysis of the swing can be performed and a golf specific rehabilitation program can be implemented.
We want to send out a huge congratulations to everyone who participated in the Cape to Cabot race over the weekend! The Cape to Cabot race is a 20km run and perhaps the most challenging race on the provincial road race calendar!
Nova had a booth set up at the Cape to Cabot registration at Marine Institute on Saturday. Thank you to everyone who dropped by to speak to Corey Pritchett & Stephanie Nevin!Read More
Congratulations to gymnast Lauren Mills, a patient of our Physiotherapist, Robert Kelland. She is returning from the Canadian Gymnastics Championships in Montreal with a Silver medal on vault and a beam and an all around placing in the Level 10 (12-15) category.
Lauren’s results are historic for both the Campia Gymnastics Club and province! Congratulations Lauren!!! Well deserved!Read More
Congrats to one of Nova's Physiotherapists' Stephanie Nevin on completing the Boston Marathon in a time of 04:06:30 !!
The Boston Marathon is an annual marathon hosted by several cities in greater Boston, Massachusetts, United States. It is always held on Patriots' Day, the third Monday of April.
Great Job Stephanie!!!Read More
Congratulations to Rob Kelland of Nova Physiotherapy who proudly represented us as the official physiotherapist of the the Brier! The Tim Hortons Brier is the annual Canadian men's curling championship, sanctioned by the Canadian Curling Association. This year, it was held at home in St. John's, Newfoundland!
We would also like to congratulate Team Gushue on winning the 2017 Brier on home soil in St. John’s!
Congrats to all!Read More
Ben Rogers is a 16 year old high school student who injured his ACL in October of 2014 playing basketball. He underwent surgery to repair it in February 2015. The long road to recovery required many sessions of physiotherapy with Rob Kelland. Rob was a therapist, mentor and friend to Ben and helped him to recover physically and gather the mental strength to once again play the sport with the same confidence and desire. The experience left Ben with a greater appreciation of human will and motivation. Rob was an incredible force and continues to work with Ben to ensure he looks after his new knee and keeps it in top shape. What a professional and team at Nova Physio.
- Richard Rogers and Dr. Sheilagh McGrath
Learn more about Robert Kelland and our team here.Read More