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Population Health: Physical Therapy

Provided by: Saskatchewan Health Authority: Prairie North Health Region

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Service Description

Provides assessment, treatment and education for a wide range of health problems, and can recommend the best way to treat problems with muscles, bones and joints, circulatory, respiratory or nervous system. Through use of specifically designed exercises, equipment, muscle re-education and hands-on management, physiotherapists help patients regain or improve their physical abilities.


Individuals may see a physiotherapist for:
- Evaluation of pain or discomfort during exercise or movement
- Post-surgical care for orthopedic procedures such as joint replacements and tendon repairs
- Management of chronic diseases such as osteoporosis, arthritis, back and neck pain
- Prevention and rehabilitation of injuries in muscles, bones, ligaments, and joints
- Neurological physical therapy specializes, rehabilitation, of patients with diseases and injuries in the brain, spinal cord, and nerves
- An infant or preschool child who has developmental delays or conditions that may interfere with meeting milestones may be referred.

Application Process

Self-referral. Appointments will be arranged as appropriate. Your physician may also recommend you to see a physiotherapist.

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Coverage Area

Prairie North Health Region

Languages Offered


North Battleford: Battlefords Union Hospital


1092 107 Street
North Battleford SK  S9A 1Z1

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Location Info


Wheelchair access - designated parking spaces; Wheelchair access - lowered elevator buttons; Wheelchair access - front or side or back doors; Wheelchair access - ramps; Wheelchair access - washrooms (at least one)

Mental Health Centre: 306-446-6500

Night/Emergency: 306-446-6501

Home Care Services: 306-446-6445

Fax 306-445-6445

Lab Services: 306-446-6593

Fax: 306-446-6561

Hotline: 8-1-1

HealthLine: 24/7 professional health advice or mental health support.

Business Line: 306-446-6600


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