Tue., Mar. 23 | Online Event

Webinar: Is there such a thing as good posture in lockdown?

Are your joints feeling locked down, in lockdown? Join us and Dr. Ricky Rana for tips and tricks on how to help keep you moving.
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Webinar: Is there such a thing as good posture in lockdown?

Time & Location

Mar. 23, 2021, 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Online Event

About the Event

Are your joints feeling locked down, in lockdown? Missing your ergonomic chair? Find out on March 23rd if there’s such a thing as “good posture”, during lockdown.

How many of you have had a change in your work environment? Maybe your company has you working from home? Perhaps you had to change jobs or you even changed careers. The pandemic has been challenging in many ways for our body. With these changes in routine we need strategies to combat postural stress. Join us on March 23, 2021 to learn tips, tricks, and to find out what I mean when I say that opposites attract when talking about posture.


Dr. Rick Rana graduated from Southern California University of Health Sciences in 2003. It was here that he earned his Doctor of Chiropractic and Masters in Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine degrees and began working in Southern California.

During his time in California he served as a clinic director in Los Angeles at one of the largest orthopaedic surgeon clinics where he also provided treatment as a chiropractor and acupuncturist.

Over the last 13 years, Dr. Rick Rana has been providing chiropractic & acupuncture treatment in the Capilano and Forest Heights area. He enjoys helping his patients using a variety of techniques including manual adjustments as well as his own style of soft tissue pressure point techniques that combines acupressure, trigger point release, and mobilizations. Being a registered acupuncturist allows him to also use traditional Chinese medicine principles to assist patients with a variety of health issues including pain management, headaches, arthritis, as well as management of stress or anxiety.

Born and raised in Edmonton, Dr. Rick Rana is a life long Edmontonian and an avid oilers fan. He enjoys family time with his wife and six year old daughter. They stay active by going for walks and bike rides in the river valley. Dr. Rana values patient care and always takes the time to listen as he enjoys working with patients of all ages to help them with their health goals.

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