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COVID update: as an essential service you do not need to be vaccinated to attend physiotherapy and massage therapy. As such, staff and clients will need to be masked. 

We are excited to announce that Sarah Douglas (massage) will be coming aboard to replace Tara MacNeil (massage) who has, sadly for us, moved on to work in the Insurance industry.

We have been eagerly waiting for Terri-Lynn McAllister (massage) to rejoin us and she is back in the schedule for bookings November 24th!

As of now we still aren't aware of a return to work date for Rhonda Flemming (massage). I am grateful to Roy Angel (massage) and Jessica McEwan (massage) for adding massage hours to their schedule to help provide a consistant service for our clients.  I also wish to express appreciation for your patience as we deal with these challenging staffing issues.


Daily Pain versus Chronic Pain

Pain is a very subjective experience that can at times be debilitating and at others, fade to background “noise”. While short-term pain caused by external forces (a broken bone) or systemic sources (an infection) is considered normal, long-term pain is a lot more complex. Research into pain over the past decade has really changed the way we understand persistent pain. Let’s explore!

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Try Volleyball! 

Volleyball is a fantastic way to improve vertical jump, quicken reflexes, and boost arm strength. Whether getting dirty in the sand or pounding the floor in the gym, volleyball can be hard on the body.

Read on to find out how you can perfect your spike and keep your body healthy playing volleyball. 

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Our thoughts influence not only our mental state, but our physical state as well. A negative mindset can amplify our perception of pain and lead to worse outcomes after an injury. Empower yourself with positive thoughts to help your mind and body become the best they can be.


Understanding Contusions

Contusions, or bruises, are a common nuisance caused by injury, surgery, or any blunt trauma to an area. Ranging from blue to black to yellow, bruises come in all colors of the rainbow. Read on to find out why this happens and how Physiotherapy can help with contusions.

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 The summer may have ended, but vibrant fruits and vegetables are still in full force. Take advantage one last time of grilling outdoors with friends and family before the cool air drifts in.


Easy Roasted Fall Vegetables with Rosemary


All the colors of the fall rainbow come together in this scrumptious side dish. Earthy rosemary adds her perfect touch to this beautiful blend of nutrient-rich root vegetables. Roasting them brings out their flavours to give them a nutty, satisfying finish. Enjoy this next to any main course or as a light lunch!

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Cranberry-Balsamic Chicken Thighs


Indulge your taste buds with this aromatic, rich-feeling main course without sacrificing your waistline. Tart cranberries add tons of antioxidants and become mellow and sweet after cooking them with balsamic vinegar. Using bone-in chick thighs makes for the perfect protein to stay moist and tender in this healthy, cozy meal.

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447 Sackville Drive
Lower Sackville, NS B4C 2S1
Phone (902) 865-5749

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