Terry Redmond, PT

Position: Physiotherapist
Terry completed his Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy at Dalhousie University in 1996. Previously, attending Saint Mary's University and Atlantic Baptist College. Terry has extensive post graduate courses in Acupuncture, Orthopedic Manual Therapy, Industrial Rehabilitation and currently holds a certificate in Spinal Manual Therapy.

Courteney Doane, B KIN

Position: Kinesiologist
Courteney graduated from Acadia University with a Bachelors of Kinesiology in 2011. She previously has been certified as a Personal Trainer at Acadia University and is very interested in fitness and healthy living. Courteney is also certified in CPR level HCP, and is WHMIS trained.

Jeremy Anthony, RMT

Position: Massage Therapist
Jeremy graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 2004. Jeremy has extensive post-graduate courses in Myofascial release, Spinal treatment, Muscle Energy Techniques, Hot Stone Massage, Strain Counter Strain, Positional Release, Oscillations and has a certificate in treatment of Chronic Pain. Jeremy has recently taken two new courses - cupping therapy and Gua sha technique. For more information regarding these please click here.

Kimberly Lombard, OT

Position: Occupational Therapist
Kim graduated from Dalhousie University with a Master’s of Science degree in Occupational Therapy in 2008. Kim has extensive post-graduate training in management of Lymphedema, Rehabilitation and Job Site Analysis to name a few. 

Michael Shuman, D.O.M.P.

Position: Osteopathic Manual Practitioner
Mike graduated from Canadian College of Osteopathy with a Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practice and Doctor of Science, along with a diploma in Sports injury management (Athletic therapist) from Sheridan College. Aside from his educational background, Mike has 20 years of private Osteopathic practice and was head Athletic therapist for the Halifax Citadels of AHL and Oshawa Generals of OHL. Mike offers services separately to our physiotherapy clinic three days per week. Osteopathic treatment is effective in its own right and can be used in conjunction with Physiotherapy services.

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