Katie has 18 years of experience in the field of Athletic Therapy. She graduated from Sheridan College in 1999 with a Diploma in Sports Injury Management. She then went on to work at Sheridan College where she managed and taught in the Sports Injury Clinic. During the next few years she worked at the Barrie Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Center as well as with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the CFL before moving back to Nova Scotia in 2003. Katie then worked for the Bedford Orthopedic Health Center for the next few years in addition to opening 2 retail stores and having 2 children. Katie had the opportunity to work at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics at the Whistler Sliding Center covering bobsled, skeleton and luge events. At the 2015 PanAm Games in Toronto she was the Lead Therapist at the Equestrian venue. Katie has had the pleasure of treating many elite level athletes over the years including Olympic gymnasts, Canadian Equestrian Team members, and professional motocross riders to name a few. When she isn't competing in horse shows herself, Katie can be found helping her daughter, Bella show her pony or taking in the action at a motocross race with her husband, Ryan and son, Malcolm.
Natalie is an Osteopath and Certified Athletic Therapist, and completed the Canadian Osteopathic program (CCO/CEO) in 2009 with her research thesis on sports concussions. Natalie has been working with athletes and active individuals since 1999, and has been the team therapist with over 25 teams in a variety of sports, including five National champions. She is a recognized therapist with the Atlantic Sport Centre for treatment of National athletes and has assisted with the National Rowing team in Europe, World Jr. Hockey, World BMX, CIS National championships (Basketball, Hockey, Soccer, Field Hockey, Rugby) and Canada Games. Natalie now enjoys helping as Therapist with her son's High School rugby and football teams Her specialties include: Osteopathic Manual Therapy for athletes Elite level athlete injury assessment and management Head injury/concussion/migraine management and treatment Prevention and rehabilitation of active or athletic injuries Running or gait biomechanics and injury retraining
Education and Certification: Graduate of the Canadian College of Osteopathy/ College d’Etude des Osteopathique Halifax 2009 - Diploma of Osteopathic Manual Therapy D.O.(MP) Certified Athletic Therapist – Canadian Athletic Therapists Association #2-2486 Concordia University – Athletic Therapy – 1999 Dalhousie University – Bachelor of Science – 1996 Member of the Nova Scotia & Ontario Associations of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners
Available Thursday Afternoons (12-4)
Myles Coldwell Bachelor of Science Human Kinetics, CAT(C)
Myles Coldwell helps people reach their potential in sport and life through movement and manual based therapy. Through movement analysis and systematic orthopaedic assessment Myles finds out what the body needs and feeds it with stimulating hands on techniques and precise exercise prescription. Myles has honed his skills through a multitude of experiences, which include working under a number of popular therapists and sports physicians including a stint as an intern for the Edmonton Eskimos of the Canadian Football League. Myles is a strong believer that injuries are not setbacks, but opportunities to get better. Myles will help you return safely and efficiently to whatever you were meant to do. Whether work, sport or play Myles will have you back stronger than ever. Skills
Emma Chaisson Kinesiologist, Jack of all trades (JOAT),
Emma Chaisson, Bachelor of Science of Kinesiology Originally from Calgary, Emma travelled to Nova Scotia for University and has fallen in love with the east coast! After graduating from Dalhousie University in 2017, Emma volunteered with Canada Sport Centre Atlantic in the strength and conditioning department with Rugby and Canoe Kayak Nova Scotia. You can usually find Emma competing in show jumping with her horse, Quick, across North America.