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Healthcare Services

We offer a wide range of allied health services that cover both physical and mental health. 

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Physiotherapy is a rehabilitation profession anchored in movement sciences and aims to enhance or restore physical function. The profession is committed to health, lifestyle and quality of life. Physiotherapists utilize an array of treatment techniques including exercise, manual therapy, health education, and other specific treatment options to help patient of all ages stay strong, feel well, manage pain, and prevent injury.

Specialty Services offered: Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy


Certified Athletic Therapists are best known for their quick-thinking on-field emergency care of professional and elite athletes. The first to respond when someone gets hurt, they are experts at injury assessment and rehabilitation. It’s that same mix of on-site care and active rehabilitation skills that makes Athletic Therapists so effective in treating the musculoskeletal (muscles, bones, and joints) injuries of all Canadians, whether on the field or in the clinic.


Registered massage therapists are trained to assess and treat acute and chronic conditions of the body including managing stress, injury, and pain. They utilize various techniques to help reduce inflammation, increase blood and lymph circulation, reduce tension and tightness in muscles, improve training and performance, and provide a means of relaxation for the body and mind.


Chiropractic is a health care profession that focuses on disorders of the musculoskeletal system and the nervous system, and the effects of these disorders on general health. Chiropractic care is used most often to treat neuromusculoskeletal complaints, including but not limited to back pain, neck pain, pain in the joints of the arms or legs, and headaches.


Occupational therapy (OT) helps to solve the problems that interfere with your ability to do the things that are important to you. It can also prevent a problem or minimize its effects.

When an injury, illness, disability or other problem limits your ability to take care of yourself, participate in paid or unpaid work, or enjoy your leisure time- hobbies, sports, spending time with family- then you may want to learn some new skills for the job of living from an occupational therapist.


A Licensed Counselling Therapist is able to provide psychotherapy services. To become a licensed counselling therapist in New Brunswick, a person must have a Masters level degree in counselling psychology or related field, and go through the licensing process, involving clinical supervision hours with the College of Counselling Therapists of New Brunswick.

Social Workers are regulated health professionals who respond to the needs of individuals, families, groups, and communities across New Brunswick. They look at how family, community, legal, social, spiritual, and economic influences impact well-being and work to address any barriers that may exist. At the end of the day, Social Workers identify people who need help and then work with those people to improve their situations.


Looking for consultation on dietetics? Seeking a meal plan that is designed for your individual needs?
Registered Dietitians are regulated health professionals and are held accountable to the highest standards and ethics. They are uniquely trained to advise New Brunswickers on food, diet and nutrition and are valuable members to the health care team.

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