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I always treasure the Fall season.  We enjoy sunny days without the oppressive heat, and the start of school and new programs just seems like a fresh start.

Christine Yates (RMT) has started a new adventure herself, returning to her early childhood education roots and leaving massage as a career behind. :(

Great news though! Leah Inman (RMT) is joining our ranks to provide more massage availability for you, our clients. She comes highly recommended and is eager to get to know everyone.

Alicia Broughm (Physio) has returned to us, coming out of semi-retirement, to fill in while Leigha MacKay is on maternity leave. Welcome back!

Bedford-Sackville Physiotherapy was nominated for the 2019 Metro Reader's Choice Award in Physiotherapy Service!  Thank you to all of you for trusting your health to our care. We don't take that lightly.


Understanding Muscle Spasms

A muscle spasm can develop for a number of reasons, some of which are easy to rectify such as dehydration or a nutrient deficiency, while other factors such as circulatory problems may require the assistance of a healthcare professional. If you suffer from recurring muscle spasms, a physiotherapist may be able to help you pinpoint the cause and demonstrate techniques that specifically target this issue.

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Strain from computer use 

In today's tech-savvy work environments, most people work at their computers for extended periods. This often leads to aches and pains all over the body that are linked to poor posture, improper office set-up, and repetitive work techniques, among other factors.

If you’re experiencing chronic work-related pain, a physiotherapist may be able to assist you.

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There are times when taking care of your body involves getting assistance from healthcare professionals. A physiotherapist can help you get the care you need so you can continue to enjoy your life.


Spotlight on Osgood-Schlatter Disease

Osgood-Schlatter Disease refers to a lesion that causes swelling and pain in the shinbone, located directly below the kneecap.

This condition typically develops in children and adolescents, and unfortunately affects areas of bone growth. However, this condition is not a serious health threat and working with a physiotherapist can quicken the recovery.

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 The right recipe can turn simple ingredients into healthy, delicious meals. Here is a recipe for a nutritious vegetable dish as well as a delectable dessert.


Roasted Brussels Sprouts


Brussels sprouts are a rich source of nutrients such as vitamins A, B9 (folate), C, and K as well as manganese and antioxidants. This simple recipe combines Brussels sprouts with olive oil, salt, and black pepper, which enhances the absorption of nutrients.

They can easily be paired with a lean cut of meat or your favorite fish for a healthy meal.

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Cranberry and Toasted Almond Tartlets


This gluten-free, vegan recipe combines cranberries, oats, almonds, brown rice flour, maple syrup, vanilla extract, agar flakes, and arrowroot, among other ingredients. This dessert is power-packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and naturally sweet ingredients. It’s sure to please everyone at your table.

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

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