Bedford Orthopedic Physiotherapy 

Experiencing sciatica, chronic pain, or other musculoskeletal concerns? 

Balance 360 Health is a Bedford orthopedic physiotherapy clinic specializing in the assessment and treatment of various musculoskeletal and orthopedic conditions. Our dedicated team is here to provide expert Orthopedic Physiotherapy services tailored to your needs.

Bedford Orthopedic Physiotherapy 

Experiencing sciatica, chronic pain, or other musculoskeletal concerns? 

Balance 360 Health is a Bedford orthopedic physiotherapy clinic specializing in the assessment and treatment of various musculoskeletal and orthopedic conditions. Our dedicated team is here to provide expert Orthopedic Physiotherapy services tailored to your needs.

What is Orthopedic Physiotherapy?

Orthopedic physiotherapy is a branch of physiotherapy focused on treating musculoskeletal conditions, including bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints. It addresses injuries, post-surgery rehabilitation, and conditions like arthritis, strains, sprains, and back pain, using manual therapy, exercises, and other modalities to restore function and mobility.

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Commonly Asked Orthopedic Physiotherapy Questions

What conditions could benefit from Orthopedic Physiotherapy?

Orthopedic Physiotherapy can effectively treat a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions, which are related to muscles, bones, joints, tendons, ligaments, and nerves. Here are some examples:

Back and Neck Pain

This includes conditions like herniated discs, sciatica, whiplash, and chronic back or neck pain.


Both osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis can benefit from physiotherapy to reduce pain and maintain mobility.

Sports Injuries

Including sprains, strains, torn ligaments, and post-surgical rehabilitation.

Repetitive Strain Injury

Conditions such as tennis elbow or carpal tunnel syndrome.

Fracture Rehabilitation

Physiotherapy can aid in restoring function after bone fractures.

Muscle and Joint Pain

Including conditions like bursitis, tendinitis, and fibromyalgia.

Postural Problems

Physiotherapy can help correct issues arising from poor posture.

Work-Related Injuries

Including manual handling injuries and other work-related musculoskeletal disorders.

Post-Operative Rehabilitation

Such as after hip or knee replacement, shoulder surgery, ligament repair, etc.


Physiotherapy can guide safe exercises to strengthen bones and prevent fractures.

Remember, the goal of physiotherapy in treating these conditions is not only to alleviate pain but also to restore function, improve mobility, and prevent future injury or disease progression.

What can I expect at an initial orthopedic physiotherapy assessment?

Patient History

Our Orthopedic Physiotherapists in Bedford will first take a thorough medical history, including information about your current condition, past injuries or illnesses, lifestyle, physical activities, and any medications you’re taking.

Physical Examination

This may involve assessing your posture, joint movement, muscle strength, flexibility, and possibly conducting special tests to help diagnose your condition.

Pain and Symptoms Evaluation

The physiotherapist will ask about your pain and symptoms – their location, nature, and what makes them better or worse.

Functional Assessment

They will observe how you perform certain movements that are relevant to your condition and daily life.

Discussion and Treatment Plan

Based on the assessment, the physiotherapist will discuss the diagnosis and propose a treatment plan, including the types of therapy to be used, goals, and expected duration.

Initial Treatment

Time permitting, you might also receive your first treatment session.

    What could my treatment involve?

    Manual Therapy

    Hands-on techniques for joint mobilization, manipulation, and soft tissue release.

    Therapeutic Exercise

    Individualized exercises to improve strength, flexibility, and endurance, and to correct postural and muscle imbalances.


    Use of electrical modalities like Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS), Interferential Current (IFC), and neuromuscular electrical stimulation.


    Therapeutic application of ultrasound waves to enhance tissue healing and reduce pain.

    Heat and Cold Therapy

    Applying heat or cold packs to reduce inflammation, pain, or muscle spasm.

    Laser Therapy

    Use of specific wavelengths of light to treat musculoskeletal conditions, promoting healing and reducing pain.

    Dry Needling

    Insertion of thin needles into trigger points or tight muscle bands to reduce pain and muscle tension.

    Gait Training

    Education and exercises for improving walking and running patterns.

    Functional Retraining

    Activities to regain functional tasks, such as lifting, squatting, and reaching.

    Taping & Bracing

    Application of supportive tapes and braces to stabilize and support injured joints or muscles.

    Patient Education

    Educating patients about their condition, proper posture, ergonomics, and home exercise programs to prevent recurrence.

    Orthopedic Physiotherapy in Bedford might be used individually or in combination, depending on the patient’s specific needs and the nature of their condition.

    Orthopedic Physiotherapy Fees

    Initial Assessment (60 min) – $105

    Follow-up (30 min) – $85

    Remember, it’s important to wear comfortable clothing that allows easy movement and to bring any relevant medical reports or documents.

    Questions? We're Here to Help!

    Selecting the right provider matters. We’re dedicated to answering any questions you have to help you make the best choice.

    Contact Balance 360 Health today for clarity and confidence.

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    Why Choose Balance 360 Health?

    • Thorough assessment of your injury or condition.
    • Comprehensive treatment plan tailored to your specific goals.
    • One on one treatment with experienced physiotherapists.
    • Private physiotherapy rooms.
    • Appointments covered by most extended healthcare plans.

    The Balance 360 Health experience

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    One on one treatment sessions. No assistants.
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    Private and sanitized treatment rooms
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    Well equipped clinical gym space and innovative technology
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    Outstanding customer service


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    Featured Resources

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    NS College of Physiotherapists

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    Canadian Physiotherapy Association

    "CPA members are rehabilitation professionals dedicated to the health, mobility, and fitness of Canadians. In partnership with provincial and territorial Branches and practice Divisions, the CPA enables members to learn, share knowledge, and enhance practice. The CPA provides resources, education, ideas, and advocacy to enable our professional community to better serve Canadians."

    Nova Scotia Physiotherapy Association

    "As a provincial branch of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA), the Nova Scotia Physiotherapy Association (NSPA) serves as the voice and advocate for physiotherapists, physiotherapy residents, physiotherapy assistants, and PT/PTA students all across Nova Scotia. We are a dynamic healthcare professional organization with over 750 members."

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