Allana graduated with honours from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy program in Halifax. She especially enjoyed working in the neurology and arthritis specialized clinics where she was able to help patients with a variety of conditions and abilities achieve a better quality of life. Allana has experienced treating various conditions including multiple sclerosis, osteoarthritis, whiplash, thoracic outlet syndrome, tendonitis, postural dysfunction, headaches/migraines, anxiety, and more.
Allana originally graduated with a bachelor of science in kinesiology at Dalhousie University and played on the Mount Saint Vincent soccer team for three years.During her time at Dalhousie University, Allana enjoyed volunteering to help people exercise including adults with heart conditions and cancer patients/survivors.
Allana is very passionate in creating a safe space for all patients to facilitate healing through various relaxation and therapeutic techniques. Her treatment protocol will start with a comprehensive assessment followed by a treatment tailored to the patient’s needs, and will include an individualized home care program. During her free time, you can find Allana exploring new trails and beaches in Nova Scotia or playing soccer.
Allana graduated with honours from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy program in Ha...
Whether it be through camping, weightlifting, rock climbing, hiking or skiing, she really values the benefits of exercise and is passionate about its effect on both her own health and that of her clients.
Heather is enthusiastic about individualizing treatment strategies to best equip her clients with the confidence and skills they need to prevent or recover from injuries.
Since graduating from McMaster University, she has taken courses in dry needling to help clients better manage their symptoms.
Whether it be through camping, weightlifting, rock climbing, hiking or skiing, she really values ...
Maggie graduated from Dalhousie University with her Masters of Physiotherapy. She is originally from small town New Brunswick where she worked as a kinesiologist and physiotherapy assistant after completing her Bachelor in Kinesiology at Memorial University in Newfoundland in 2015.
Maggie grew up playing several sports including hockey, soccer, swimming, track, and cross country. Involvement in sports continued after school as Maggie volunteered coaching local girl’s hockey teams, leading off and on ice training. This experience led to an interest in injury prevention and rehabilitation to maintain an active and healthy lifestyle. Maggie believes in the benefits of exercise and work with you to help achieve your goals, reach your maximum potential and keep you doing the activities you love. She is interested in furthering her education through different post-graduate courses and research as she starts her career as a physiotherapist. Outside of work Maggie enjoys adventuring outdoors, hiking, and running. She can often be found watching whatever sport is in season or exploring new hiking trails.
Maggie graduated from Dalhousie University with her Masters of Physiotherapy. She is originally ...