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Looking to 2024...

Remedia Health Clinic News and Events


January Schedule


January brings opportunities for therapeutic movement and breathwork classes at Remedia.

It is also with great excitement to start the New Year strong with new educational offerings focused on Prenatal Care and Nutrition for Menopause. The January schedule is included below. If you require any assistance with booking, or have any questions, please email

Community Collaborations

It is an honour and pleasure to serve the local community of Canning and surrounding area.

2023 brought community collaborations with Clannad Counselling in delivery of the Spirit Program for women's veterans, Acadia University and the kinesiology department to support the clinic transition, and with the restaurants, wineries, and accommodations of the area to host the Maritime Pelvic Physiotherapy Conference. Jessica has connected with Saltair, the upcoming Nordic Spa, for therapeutic offerings in 2024. There will be opportunities for local memberships for our Pilates regulars. Remedia Health is so thrilled to have this new venture right in our backyard! Stay tuned...

Upcoming Educational Events at Remedia


Prenatal Health Seminar Space limited to 6 participants, reserve your space early!

Contact to register.


Nutrition for Menopause - Enjoy a 60-minute class dedicated to nutrition for menopause with Remedia's registered dietician Clarissa Smith. Space limited to 8 participants, reserve your space early! Contact to register.

Breathwork Class - 3 Offerings in January!

Contact Monika at to register

Practitioner Update


In the New Year, Jodi Bremner (Physiotherapist) will no longer be practicing at Remedia.

Jodi completed introductory job shadowing and training for pelvic health physiotherapy at Remedia and will be bringing the knowledge and skills she gained to a practice in Berwick. If anyone would like to connect with Jodi, her professional email is

Thank you, Jodi!

Research Update

October - December was filled with data collection for Jessica's Prenatal Physiotherapy Research through Queen's University. Jessica led a research team of nine experienced (5+ years) pelvic health physiotherapists from across Nova Scotia through a series of surveys and focus groups to construct physiotherapy recommendations for routine physiotherapy consultation in pregnancy. The work is focused on decreasing the incidence and severity of injury in pregnancy/childbirth, and is funded by the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists Canada. 2024 will bring final data analysis, evaluation by the Reproductive Care Program of Nova Scotia, and knowledge translation activities both nationally and internationally.

"We are on the brink of something good..."

Happy New Year!


Jessica and the Remedia Team

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