To read the remaining 542 words of this article. Pay only 27¢ for others you wish to read. To read the remaining 542 words of this article. Pay only 27¢ for others you wish to read. This article was published 10/9/2016 (358 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current. "Obviously, I love working and I enjoy my work because I’m still here after 40 years." Marita Dowsett graduated in 1976 from the University of Manitoba as a physiotherapist. At the time, she was entering a field that wasn’t well known and was solely hospital-based, but a lot has changed since then. In general, people are much more knowledgeable about the benefits of physiotherapy and many of the practices are now private, although services are still offered inhospitalsettings. Brandon physiotherapists Paula Moreira, left, and Marita Dowsett operate Physio 4 U on 23rd Street. "I’ve opened a number of practices over the years, but I was the first person in 1981, to open a clinic outside the city of Winnipeg, right here in Brandon," Dowsett said.
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