Sheri Rink, Dip. PT, Acup, RYT


Sheri Rink, Dip. PT, Acup, RYT

Physiotherapist - Stony Plain

Sheri graduated in 1995 from the Krankengymnastik Schuele Suelfeld in Suelfeld, Germany. She began her career in the Kiel State Hospital before returning to Canada and focusing her skills in the area of orthopaedic rehabilitation. This encouraged advanced manual therapy studies through several venues including the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and the Swoedeam Institute. Over the years her career moved naturally towards a holistic approach to health and wellness as she sought to better understand illness, health, and the role the individual plays in these. She has thus studied acupuncture with the esteemed Dr. Aung through his Medical Acupuncture course at the UoA, become a certified yoga instructor and is presently steeped in both the study and personal practice of meditation in the Vipassana and Theravedan traditions. She enjoys working with all ages and the uniqueness they bring with them! In her spare time you’ll find her with her nose in a book, writing or waiting for her kids.


Frozen Shoulder – What is it?

Do you experience sudden pain and stiffness in your shoulder? Do you feel like your arm is restricted in every direction when you try to move it? If you answered yes, then you may be experiencing a condition called “Frozen Shoulder” or medically termed, “Adhesive Capsulitis”. Adhesive Capsulitis can be quite debilitating, but there are

BPPV – What is it?

BPPV is one of the most common causes of vertigo that many people experience throughout their life. Vertigo is a sensation of false motion, often rotational, where you feel like you are spinning. Approximately 30% of all dizziness in older adults 65 years and older are due to BPPV. This disorder can be quite scary

All You Need to Know About Osteoarthritis!

Osteoarthritis (OA) used to be described as an inescapable “wear and tear” condition of the joint for aging adults. However, this is a common misconception! Rather than OA being an inevitable disease, it is actually a degenerative disease of the entire joint that does NOT naturally occur as you age. Some people never develop it!