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We have made it into March and survived Daylight Savings. While we might be counting the weeks until spring, it is good for us to try to keep moving during the last bit of our Canadian winter.  

Nordic Walking Poles, with their metal tips, and ice cleats on your boots make walking on the many beautiful trails we have in Nova Scotia safer, if there is a bit of ice. Nordic Poles can be borrowed at our Sackville Library! 

The Emera Oval offers free skating and equipment. Skating is great for lower body strengthening, improving balance and building cardiovascular endurance.

If the cold just isn't for you, try swimming at the Sackville Sports Stadium.  They have a free swim on most Wednesday evenings and after school specials for $3 per person that make the pool an easy option.


Keeping My Shoulders Healthy As I Age

Shoulder pain and decreased range of motion are common musculoskeletal issues for both women and men during the aging process. Physiotherapy, including stretching and strengthening exercises for the shoulder, as well as postural exercises, can help to keep shoulders healthy by minimizing pain, increasing strength and mobility, and improving function of the shoulder joint. 

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Tips for Figure Skaters 

Figure skating is a highly technical sport that often results in knee, hip, and ankle injuries, as well as pulled muscles. Proper conditioning, on and off the ice, are vital for success. Physiotherapy can help minimize the risk of injury by educating figure skaters on selecting appropriate equipment, and teaching proper stretching and strengthening techniques.

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Believe that you can get through your physiotherapy program!


Understanding Ankle Sprains

Ankle sprains are common injuries that often occur when the ankle is turned inward or twisted, leading to swelling, pain, and bruising. Physiotherapy is effective for minimizing pain, and improving joint range of motion, strength, and stability of the ankle.

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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!


Quinoa Chicken


This recipe combines ground chicken with chicken broth, quinoa, onion, garlic, canned diced tomatoes and vegetable oil to create an easy and tasty dish that can be ready in less than an hour. This dish is full of protein as well as a variety of vitamins and nutrients, and is sure to please even the picky eaters in your family.

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Slow Cooker Pepper Steak


This recipe combines beef sirloin with onion, bell peppers, canned stewed tomatoes, soy sauce, sugar, garlic powder, vegetable oil, beef bouillon, hot water, cornstarch, and salt to create a flavorful dish that can be served over pasta, or rice. It is a great slow cooker option that can be cooked on low while you’re at work, and is full of protein, vitamins and nutrients.

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

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