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Freedom to Move through Menopause-Maintaining Joint Health

November 16, 2022 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Freedom to Move through Menopause-Maintaining Joint Health

Freedom to Move through Menopause-Maintaining Joint Health

Do you wake up in the morning feeling a little stiff?
Are you hearing the creak in your knees when you walk up the stairs?
Do you feel like you could be the all the Rice Krispies characters (Snap, Crackle and Pop) at once?
We all want to not only maintain our mobility, but make it easeful and pain-free. Join Dr. Sarah Baxter of Form Health, to learn how our joints function and what happens to them during menopause.
• She will take us through the basic anatomy of our joints and explain how we can keep these moving freely allowing us to dance through the next 50 years like Ginger Rogers.
• Learn the differences between osteoporosis and arthritis and how to move through both.
• Already have some issues with some of your joints? Find out what we can do to correct some of those symptoms and regain our quality of life.
• Round out the learning by loosening and freeing up your joints with a gentle series of movements that will leave you feeling fabulous for the rest of the day.

Meet Dr. Sarah Baxter

Dr. Sarah Baxter
Dr. Sarah Baxter

Dr. Sarah Baxter believes that you deserve to live your best life no matter what stage you are in. As a local chiropractor and yoga teacher, she understands that pain and movement is a complex entity that has many components encompassing a whole- listic approach of body and mind. She believes that movement is key to living a full

life incorporating it into her treatment plans but also working to make exercise and yoga accessible for everyone to feel good in body and mind.
Dr. Baxter received her undergraduate education at the University of Guelph where she earned an Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Human Kinetics. It was at Guelph where her passion for the human body was ignited. She was also a member of the Varsity Women’s Volleyball team where she held Academic All-Canadian status.
Following graduation in 2009, she continued her education at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, where her dedication to knowledge and patient care further developed. In June 2013, she graduated Summa Cum Laude with Clinic Honours. She was honoured to receive numerous awards including the Vern Welsh Memorial Award for excellence in diagnostic imaging, the Doctor Harold Beasley Award for Excellence in Jurisprudence and the Douglas V. Hoskins and Samual F Sommacal Clinic Proficiency Award.
In addition to her chiropractic training, Dr. Baxter has received certificates in Active Release Techniques for the lower extremity and spine, 500hr certified Yoga Teacher from Balanced Life Yoga, Movement specialist training and training in myofascial cupping and flossing. Dr. Sarah is a life-long learner that is currently undergoing
training in Brain-Based rehabilitation and movement.
Dr. Baxter also maintains healthy movement herself through walking, spinning, hiking, yoga and chasing after her two young children.
This is part of our monthly Virtual Lunch & Learn Series, addressing specific issues that are important to you, the Queenager, navigating the world of menopause and beyond!


November 16, 2022
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm


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