Physiotherapists

Physiotherapists

julieJulie McGivery
Physiotherapist / Owner

A physiotherapy graduate from Dalhousie University, Julie is a highly-regarded physiotherapist in the community and in Atlantic Canada. Julie is the founder of Advanced Health & Physiotherapy & has a passion for helping people understand and overcome their injuries. With a commitment to life-long learning, Julie continues to advance her knowledge and skills through participation in numerous postgraduate courses in advanced orthopaedic assessment and treatments. Julie completed her Clinical Masters’ in Advanced Orthopaedics & Manual Therapy at Western University in 2013. Her on-field sports experience includes working as the team therapist for the Moncton Mustangs’ Junior & Senior Football programs, Bernice MacNaughton Basketball & Football Programs and many local/national/ international sporting events such as 2010 World Junior Track & Field. Julie’s passions are not limited to physiotherapy. She can often be found training for triathlons, marathons, skiing, & yoga. Julie has also completed the 2013 IRONMAN at Mont-Tremblant, Que.

Candice Bannister
Physiotherapist

Candice completed her Bachelor of Science – Kinesiology degree from the University of New Brunswick in 2006 and her Masters in Physiotherapy degree in 2008 from McMaster University.candice

Candice is an experienced physiotherapist who has worked in the community since 2009. She has a dedication to lifelong learning and is currently attending Western University, working towards her degree in Masters in Clinical Science: Advanced Orthopaedics & Manual Therapy.

She has completed many post graduate courses including running injury prevention, soft tissue release and exercise prescription and she is certified by the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada. With a focus on health promotion, holistic care, evidence base medicine and proper movement patterning she has worked with a wide range of clients from children to elderly and from recreational to competitive athletes.

In her spare time, Candice enjoys running, hiking and is a competitive Ultimate Frisbee player. In addition, she has volunteered at various sporting events from local tournaments to international levels of competition (IIAF World Junior Track and Field Championships).

Eryn Matheson
Physiotherapist

After practicing in Nova Scotia for several years, Eryn has re-joined the Advanced Health & Physiotherapy team. Eryn continues to be passionate about patient education, injury prevention and evidence based practice. She is currently a faculty member for the Occupational Therapy/Physiotherapy Assistant Program at the Nova Scotia Community College-Cumberland Campus in addition to her clinical practice.

She is very excited to be offering an aquatic therapy program for patients in and around the Moncton area, as she ran a very successful aquatic therapy program during her practice in Nova Scotia. For more information please see Aquatic Therapy on our services page.

Eryn graduated with her B.Sc from Mount Allison University in 2007 and her M.Sc in Physiotherapy from the University of Toronto in 2010. A former varsity athlete herself, Eryn loves treating an active population but also has significant experience and continuing education treating injured workers, repetitive strain injuries, low back injuries and motor vehicle collision patients.

Jordan Gillis
Physiotherapist

Jordan graduated from the University of New Brunswick with a degree in Kinesiology in 2012, and immediately attended Dalhousie University and obtained his Masters of Science in PhysiotherapyJordan in 2014. Since graduating he has had experience in both the hospital and private practice settings. He has completed the Advanced Physical Therapy Education Institute’s Lumbo-Pelvic Complex certification program, and taken other professional courses in acupuncture and manual therapy. Jordan is currently volunteering with the Harrison Trimble High School basketball program. The Moncton-native is also a member of the CPA’s Orthopaedic Division and on the executive for the New Brunswick Orthopaedic Division. His interests outside of physiotherapy include music, drums, playing basketball and squash, and drag racing.

Katie Kelly
Physiotherapist

Since joining the Advanced Health and Physiotherapy team in 2012, Katie has had a keen interest in evidence based rehabilitation. She is dedicated to continuing her education through a variety of courses. Katie is often a guest lecturer for the School of Physiotherapy at Dalhousie University, with a focused knowledge of chronic conditions, exercise with regards to weight loss and women’s health issues. With over a decade’s worth of coaching experience she is very comfortable working with athletes, helping them to remain in play or return to sport as soon as possible. She is a strong supporter of injury prevention in the community and encourages her patients to seek treatment at the onset of injury. Katie is also a certified pelvic health physiotherapist, capable of treating urinary/fecal incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, pain associated with pregnancy and pelvic pain disorders. For more information please see our Women’s Health and Pelvic Physiotherapy page under Services. Katie received both her BSc and MSc in Physiotherapy from Dalhousie University, is a member of the New Brunswick College of Physiotherapists, the Canadian Physiotherapy Association’s Women’s Health Division and the Canadian Obesity Network.

Renée Leger
Physiotherapist

Renée graduated from University of Ottawa with her Masters in Physiotherapy. She became a member of the Advanced Health & Physiotherapy team in June 2012 and has since become involved in many sports events in the community.  She has a passion for helping others and loves the variety of clients she has the privilege of assessing and treating in the private clinic setting. Renee is committed to continuing her education through post-graduate courses. She is certified in soft tissue release as well as sport first responder. Also, she is trained in acupuncture and the McKenzie approach.She has a passion for sports and has been volunteering as a Physiotherapist with sports teams in the community such as Volleyball NB,  École L’Odyssée’s football team, and many other local and national sporting events.