We have moved to our new location.
Beginning Tuesday, September 7th, we will be in our new clinic at 1106 Cole Harbour Road, Dartmouth, NS B2V 1E7. Look for the large yellow building with signs for The Pelvic Health Clinic by Erika Burger Physiotherapy. Our phone number remains the same. There is plenty of parking on site. Entry is through the back door, nearest the parking lot. Wheelchair ramp access is at the front.
As of June 8th, 2020, we have reopened in accordance with the guidelines provided by Public Health and Nova Scotia’s Chief Medical Officer of Health. We continue to follow all guidelines with respect to Covid-19 screening, sanitizing the clinic and use of PPE. We are also triaging new referrals and will conduct initial assessments for new clients through telehealth video conferences as appropriate.
To Book an Appointment
It has taken time to recover from the backlog arising from our mandated closure. However, we are now able to welcome new clients once again!
Starting on May 1, 2021 new clients can email us at email@example.com or call the clinic at +1 (902) 229-8979 to get booked in for an initial assessment in Fall 2021.
We have temporarily disabled our "Book Online" feature. If you would like a telehealth or an in-person appointment, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at +1 (902) 229-8979.
We are a small holistic clinic with an exclusive focus on pelvic floor physiotherapy. We treat people of all genders and of all ages who are suffering from a variety of pelvic dysfunctions that may fall into the medical fields of urology, urogynecology, gynecology, gastroenterology and orthopaedics. We offer holistic solutions and conservative alternatives to pelvic surgery for those suffering from: pelvic and genital pain; pelvic girdle problems; painful intercourse and sexual dysfunction; bladder and bowel dysfunction; low back, hip, sacral and coccyx pain; prenatal and postnatal pelvic girdle dysfunction; and pelvic organ prolapse.
Many people do not realize that pelvic floor physiotherapy is a highly specialized treatment option available right here in our province. Because the symptoms are often difficult to discuss and awareness of non-surgical options is low, people of all genders suffer needlessly.