Vicki joined the Hammonds Plains Physiotherapy team in March 2018. She is originally from Happy Valley - Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador. She loves the outdoors including hiking, camping, snowshoeing, skiing and running with her dog Jesse! She completed a Bachelor of Kinesiology at Memorial University in 2012 and then moved to Halifax to complete her Master’s of Physiotherapy at Dalhousie University in 2014. She has experience in a rural hospital setting as well as private clinic(s) in the city. She is passionate about giving the best quality care to her clients and is continuously enrolling in further education courses. To date, she has completed courses in acupuncture, neural mobility, and dry needling and has plans to complete more courses in manual therapy. Her focus is on treating the whole client and ensuring they are well educated to better manage their injuries.
Originally from Truro, Becky lives with her family in Hammonds Plains. Becky is registered and licensed with the Nova Scotia College of Physiotherapists and is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. She graduated in 2007 from an accredited University Physiotherapy Program at the Dalhousie School of Physiotherapy. Becky has worked in private practice for fifteen years and also has experience working with inpatient orthopedics in the hospital setting. It was Becky's dream to open a Physiotherapy clinic and she is still excited that she was able to do so with her husband/business partner in their community. Becky continues to improve her skills and knowledge by taking continuing education courses. She has taken many post-graduate courses in manual therapy, acupuncture, biomedical dry needling, McKenzie Method Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy of back assessment and treatment, diagnosing and treating movement impairments, assessment and prevention of running injuries, neuro proprioceptive and kinesiotaping taping/athletic taping and exercise prescription. She enjoys being active and spending time with her family, including her two daughters.
Nicole joined the Hammonds Plains Physiotherapy team in March 2022. Originally from a small Acadian region in western Nova Scotia, Nicole is happy to offer appointments in either English or French. She studied at Université Sainte-Anne before completing her MSc(Physiotherapy) program at Dalhousie University in 2015. Since graduation, she has had opportunities to practice physiotherapy in multiple settings – outpatient clinics, hospital inpatient units, and home visits in the community. Nicole has been able to treat many different injuries and conditions: orthopedics (including many sports injuries in varsity-level athletes), concussions and post-concussion syndrome, burns, MVA, and many more. In order to treat acute and chronic injuries, Nicole combines the use of education, manual therapy, home exercises, clinic-based exercises, and modalities (including acupuncture and dry needling). She has completed courses in dry needling, acupuncture, advanced functional needling, concussion/vestibular rehabilitation, and laser therapy. Having a background in competitive dancing, Nicole enjoys participating in various physical activities with her family!
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