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Are you without a Doctor?

So many of you no longer have a family Doctor. Did you know that Physiotherapists are primary health care providers? This means you don't need a referral to come see us, although some private health plans still require one for coverage. So if you have injured yourself or are dealing with body pain, you don't necessarily need to wait to have it addressed or to try your luck at a walk in clinic! The sooner you start treatment the sooner you can get back to what you love doing. Call us!


Emily Cook RMT, Acupuncturist is offering ACUPUNCTURE services now to our clients. While physiotherapists at Bedford-Sackville Physio use anatomical acupuncture, Emily provides a more traditional Chinese medicine approach.  Acupuncture is an effective way to reduce pain, relax muscles and rebalance your energy to achieve good health and is covered by most medical plans.


In this newsletter, we are discussing the use of Braces for Injuries, Sports, and General Activities

Braces are supportive devices that are beneficial for acute and chronic issues. The use of braces also helps prevent injuries or further tissue damage. Physiotherapists frequently recommend braces for added support. Stabilizing a joint with a brace lessens pain by relieving tension and movement as the body heals. Bracing for a joint also helps a condition from progressing faster, such as osteoarthritis.


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Tennis Boosts Health

Tennis is a full-body sport that is enjoyed by many. Although players don't engage in physical contact, overuse and repetitive strain injuries are common. Proper stretching technique and form while playing help reduce the risk of injury.



If you’ve been contemplating physiotherapy, it’s time to step out of your comfort zone and make the call. At Bedford-Sackville Physiotherapy Clinic Inc., we’re always ready to help. 


Understanding Tendon Problems

We are constantly on our feet, and if we're not careful, awkward movements can lead to chronic tendon problems. One of the most common tendon injuries occurs in the posterior tibial tendon—located inside the bump of the ankle.


Combining nutritious foods can create mouthwatering dishes rich in flavour and nutrients. Here are two low-calorie recipes.


Heart-Healthy Fish



Heart-healthy fish is loaded with nutrients that provide countless benefits. In addition to being highly nutritious, salmon is easy to prepare and cooks quickly. Add a little honey, minced garlic, spices, soy sauce, and orange juice for a zesty delight the entire family will love.


Greek Yogurt Chocolate Raspberry Popsicles



These homemade treats are a sweet and healthy snack made from non-fat Greek yogurt, cocoa powder, unsweetened almond milk, maple syrup or honey, and fresh raspberries. The delicious yogurt popsicles are low in sugar, less than 100 calories, and perfect for your chocolate cravings.

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

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