Angela graduated from the University of Prince Edward Island with a Bachelor of Science in Biology in 1992 and then attended Dalhousie University where she received her degree in Physiotherapy in 1995. After working in the United States for two years, she came home and worked at the QEH and PCH before settling into a private practice in Cornwall in 2000. She has remained in the area ever since and brings almost 30 years of experience to the field. In the fall of 2016, she opened her own practice in Cornwall.
Over the years she has continued to further her education by taking post-secondary courses in many areas including acupuncture, persistent pain, and knee, hip, and shoulder rehabilitation, to mention a few. She is a certified GLAD instructor (arthritis exercise and education program) and is a Champion Performance Specialist. She also has training in Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Massage (IASTM) and KTaping.
Kerry graduated from Brock University with a degree in Kinesiology in 2005. She then went on to complete her Masters of Science in Physiotherapy in 2009 at the University of Alberta. Upon graduating she moved to Calgary where she practiced in a busy physiotherapy clinic for over 3 years.
Kerry moved to PEI in 2012 and now calls Hunter RIver home. She has furthered her education by taking courses in shoulder and hip rehabilitation, acupuncture, dry needling as well as instrumental assisted soft tissue mobilization.
When not at work you can find Kerry riding and caring for her horses as well as hiking with her 2 big dogs!
Mr. Neal Jamieson
Originally from Scotland, I moved to PEI in 2014. My hobbies include playing board games, spending time with my friends and family and doing Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
My services include Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST), Reflexology and Osteoarthritis education & exercise sessions (GLA:D Canada). I have won 3 awards in reflexology.
BSc Hons Physiotherapy, BSc Hons Sport & Exercise Science, Diploma in Naturopathy, Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST), Foot Reflexology, GLA:D Canada
more details can be found at: www.wellnesspei.ca
Physiotherapy-Pelvic and Breast Health
Paige was born and raised in Rocky Point, PEI. Her enthusiasm for sport led her to the University of New Brunswick, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. She also earned a Bachelor of Education from UNB and spent two years teaching in both Prince Edward Island, and northern Saskatchewan. In 2013 she began working for the Saskatoon Health Region as an exercise therapist with postoperative cardiac patients. It was this occupation that brought her back east to Dalhousie University to obtain a Master’s degree in Physiotherapy.
Paige has continued learning by taking specialized courses in temporal mandibular dysfunction, vertigo, dry needling, and acupuncture. Recently, Paige has focused her efforts on women’s health, particularly pre- and post-partum issues, including urinary incontinence, pelvic floor health, and breast-feeding.
PT License # 189
Physiotherapy-Pelvic and Breast Health
Rebecca earned her Diploma of Sport and Leisure Management at Holland College where she discovered her interest in human physiology, anatomy, and exercise prescription. Despite not wanting to leave the Island, she then went on to earn her BSc Kinesiology at University of New Brunswick and her MSc Physiotherapy at Dalhousie University.
Following completion of her degree in 2015 she moved back home to PEI where she began working as a Physiotherapist in an interdisciplinary clinic setting. Rebecca has various post graduate training in areas of chronic pain management, vertigo, acupuncture, post concussion as well as a number of orthopaedic conditions. Recently, she has decided to focus her training in the area of pelvic health. Rebecca’s goal is to ensure quality, holistic care for each individual.
Rebecca and her family currently live in Stratford. When not at work you can find her at the park with her kids, enjoying the outdoors or completing DIY projects.
Sydney completed her Master’s of Science in Physiotherapy at Dalhousie University. She graduated Charlottetown Rural High School and continued her post-secondary education at UPEI where she received her Bachelor in Kinesiology with Honours. She grew up playing a variety of sports and currently spends her time coaching with the UPEI field hockey team.
Sydney has been with Keep Moving Physio since 2019. She also assists at Burnside Community Care Centre. She has furthered her education with a variety of courses. She is trained in Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Massage (IASTM) and K Taping and is a GLA:D certified instructor for hip and knee arthritis.
Her goal is to help her clients get back to their activities and everyday function.