Feel well.Live well.Stay well.

Scotia Physiotherapy and Massage Therapy is the oldest independently-owned physiotherapy clinic in Halifax, Nova Scotia. At Scotia Physiotherapy we understand how an injury or pain can negatively impact your work, your family and your activities, our team provides the individualised care you need to get back to feeling great at work, at home and on the field. 

We pride ourselves on accurate assessment and the appropriate use of manual therapy, exercise, and education for individualized patient care.

Clients work one-on-one with their physiotherapist to develop a custom rehab plan based on your physical fitness, lifestyle, and personal goals. Our goals include getting you back to the activities you love and helping you prevent recurrences of pain or injury. See what our clients have to say.

 

COVID-19 Update

At Scotia Physiotherapy we follow the COVID-19 guidelines of the College of Physiotherapists of Nova Scotia which include comprehensive protocols to ensure safe delivery of services.

We are asking patients to help us maintain a healthy and safe environment by:

-Completing intake forms, screens & consents online in advance

– Bring a mask to wear in the clinic

-Arrive close to your appointment time

-Wash hands or sanitize hands upon entering 

-Limit accompanying members or let us know in advance

 

Our Staff

Staff at Scotia Physiotherapy are devoted to ongoing professional development and are leaders in providing continuing education to others within our profession. Our physiotherapists have extensive post-graduate training including:
manual and manipulative therapy
sports physiotherapy
acupuncture and dry needling
concussion management
treatment of the jaw complex (“TMD“)
specialized exercise training

Our therapists practice what we preach and prioritise physical fitness – we understand how it feels to be limited by injury or pain!

Our Values

 Are integrity, expertise and respect practiced within a collaborative environment. We strive to get people in quickly and treat them effectively and efficiently, with empathy and compassion for the many ways in which people experience physical difficulty.  We care.