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Start your year off right!

Don't put off getting your aches and pains addressed. It can be more difficult to correct issues the longer inflammation and changed movement patterns persist.

Call us to start your year with good health!



Do you experience Joint Aches when it is Cold and Rainy? 

Individuals with arthritis often report an increase in symptoms with cold and damp weather conditions. This happens for a variety of reasons including changes in barometric pressure, increased joint fluid thickness, and decreased activity levels. Physiotherapy can help to condition your body, minimizing your risk of suffering increased symptoms during cold and damp weather.

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Stretching tips for Football 

Football is a rough sport that exposes athletes to injuries, regardless of the level of play. Physiotherapy can help minimize the risk of injury by educating athletes on selecting appropriate equipment, and teaching proper stretching and strengthening techniques.

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Understanding Clubfoot

Clubfoot is a congenital anomaly of the foot that is seen in newborns. The main goals of physiotherapy include improving the biomechanics of the foot, and encouraging efficient walking. Additional goals are to decrease pain, prevent future pain, maintain muscle flexibility, and prevent weakness from developing in the lower extremities and core.

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 Do you ever find yourself wondering about dinner options that are both tasty and healthy? Here are two recipes that are satisfying and nutritious!


Lentil Soup


This recipe combines dried lentils with olive oil, vinegar, onion, carrots, celery, garlic, crushed tomatoes, spinach, and a variety of spices including dried oregano, dried basil, salt and pepper, to create a tasty soup that will warm you up on a cold winter’s day. This soup is packed with protein and fiber as well as a variety of vitamins and nutrients. 

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Chef John’s Italian Meatballs


This recipe combines ground beef and pork with bread crumbs, milk, eggs, onion, garlic, and a variety of seasonings including parsley, salt, pepper, red pepper flakes, and Italian herb seasoning, and is topped with grated Parmesan cheese to create tasty meatballs that can be served on their own or on top of your choice of pasta. This dish is packed with protein, and a variety of vitamins and nutrients and is sure to please picky eaters. 

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

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