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COVID-19 UPDATE:

 

Yes. We are open normal hours and following all the protocols for your safety. Hope to see you soon.

Please contact the office by phone or through the website on the contact page. We appreciate all of you and thank you for your patience. We will get through this. We have been very busy making lots of changes to help keep you safe while continuing to offer a high standard of care. I am looking forward to seeing you soon.

PLEASE NOTE NEW SCREENING GUIDELINES AT

https://novascotia.ca/coronavirus/symptoms-and-testing/

AND CANCEL YOUR APPOINTMENT IF YOU HAVE BEEN TO ANY OF THE SITES ON THE DAYS/TIMES SPECIFIED. THEN CALL 811 REGARDING TESTING.

 

 

Orthopaedic Physiotherapy Examinations in Downtown Dartmouth

At Brian Sutherland’s practice, operating out of a convenient location in downtown Dartmouth, we offer:

 

Why should you see Brian Sutherland?

If you have one or more of the following conditions, you could benefit from his approach:

  • Whiplash injury (acute or chronic)
  • Spinal pain (neck or back)
  • Nerve pain, including sciatica
  • Headaches, including TMJ (jaw) pain
  • Concussion (acute or persistent)
  • Sports injuries
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Environmental illness
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Arthritis
  • Nausea
  • Balance difficulties
  • Chronic pain or recurrent injuries

 

About Your Physiotherapy Examination

A thorough—but gentle—assessment of your condition will usually be performed on your first visit. This assessment will consist of an interview, as well as a physical examination, including touch, in order to determine whether you have a condition that Brian can help you with.

 

The physical examination may have two parts. It will usually consist of a conventional orthopaedic physiotherapy examination to assess your posture and breathing, as well as to see how well you move. A second component may include a holistically oriented (whole person) examination. This light touch approach will examine your body’s fascial/connective tissue systems. Trauma-related pulling, compression or twists can often be identified at a location that is different than where you hurt. As much as possible, the purpose here is to identify the cause of the dysfunction and pain from a mechanical and fascial standpoint.

 

All of this information will be put together in order to establish an overall clinical picture.

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