What happens when you tell a group of driven passionate people, who have dedicated their lives to helping people, that the best way to help people is to stop helping people????

We are going to find out Monday, March 23, 2020.

To be ethically and socially responsible, to be respectful and compliant with the Chief Medical Officer of the Government of Saskatchewan during the state of emergency declared to manage the COVID-19 virus, we are going to suspend all face to face physiotherapy services beginning March 23, 2020. We are also going to suspend all massage therapy treatments. If you need help, please email reception@brownstonehealth.ca with the best phone number to reach you, and we will give you a call as soon as we can. We are going to try and figure out some sort of teletechnology, if appropriate.

As of March 18, 2020, our gym and yoga studio are closed until further notice.

As per the directive of the Chiropractic Association of Saskatchewan, we will have a chiropractor available for "emergency situations" and to "treat a client that a withdrawal of care would lead to an unacceptable deterioration in condition". If you are a current client and fall into one of those two categories, please call 306.779.1275.

But, dear neighbours, clients and friends, our mental health services WILL be available over the phone. Book online, and make sure your phone number is correct!

We will get through this. We will learn from this. We will be stronger and better after this.

Above all else, we are really looking forward to seeing each and every one of you, in person, as soon as we can.

Stay safe, stay healthy, and be kind. Let's help one life breathe easier.....

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