Ollie Fedulov is a native from Ukraine, and settled into Saint John in 2017. He graduated from Eastern College with distinction and began his career in massage therapy at Massage Addict. Ollie has a solid background in Crossfit and fitness coaching and a deep understanding of body mechanics and musculoskeletal interactions. Ollie’s areas of interest include stretching mobility, expansion of painless ranges of motion and designing treatment plans for his clients that are focused on pain relief and increasing the quality daily life.
Ollie Fedulov is a native from Ukraine, and settled into Saint John in 2017. He graduated from Ea...
Sam is originally from Moncton, NB. He graduated from l’Université de Moncton with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology in 2020. While completing his studies he volunteered as student therapist, working for the varsity track & field team and men’s varsity hockey team. Later he completed his Master of Science in Physiotherapy at Dalhousie University in 2022. Sam places a high importance on lifelong learning and staying current with the latest advancements in the physiotherapy profession. He is currently furthering his education in manual therapy by completing his orthopaedic levels through the Canadian Orthopaedic Division.
His treatment approach mainly involves manual therapy, therapeutic exercises, and education. He values creating meaningful relationships and aims to work collaboratively with his clients to develop a treatment plan that aligns with their goals and enables them to resume the activity they enjoy. He is passionate about helping people to maximize the most out of their bodies and live pain free.
In his spare time, Sam enjoys staying active and spending time with his friends and family. Sam looks forward to working with you to reach your rehabilitation goals.
Sam is originally from Moncton, NB. He graduated from l’Université de Moncton with a Bachelor of ...
Kate is from beautiful Bayside, N.B and has lived in the Saint John area for five years. A graduate of Dalhousie University’s School of Physiotherapy, Kate holds two degrees - a BSc. Kinesiology and a MSc. Physiotherapy. Known for her passion and authenticity, she brings an abundance of knowledge, experience, and commitment to the treatment table.
Since graduating, she has practiced in a variety of settings and is busy every year completing post-graduate training to incorporate the latest evidence-based treatment models. These courses include advanced training in neck, lower back and pelvic dysfunction, concussion/post concussion-syndrome, vestibular rehabilitation, persistent pain presentations, and female urinary incontinence. With almost 10 years of practice coupled with her education and training, Kate is equipped to confidently deliver safe and effective treatment along with superior client care.
Outside of her practice, Kate is heavily involved in the boxing world at KV Golden Gloves. She holds a first level Boxing Coach Certificate and recently implemented the “Fight Back” program for individuals living with Parkinson’s Disease. Here she challenges the class to reach their potential while learning real boxing skills. Similarly, you can find Kate coaching the Kings Way Care Centre residents every other Thursday morning!
Along with boxing, Kate is devoted to hockey, playing from a young age and eventually becoming a captain on the Dalhousie Varsity Women’s Hockey Team. At the highlight of her career she assisted the team in reaching national level status at the Canadian Inter-Univeristy Sport Championships. She now plays year-round for exercise and fun!
At the core of Kate’s therapeutic approach is the collaborative relationship she develops with each client on their healing journey. Her unique ability to integrate acceptance and validation with hope and empowerment unlocks their highest potential for recovery and growth. With a genuine presence and spirited nature, Kate establishes excellent rapport with others, creating a supportive and non-judgmental environment for all. This connection paves the way for Kate to work in unison with clients such that treatment plans are individualized and comprehensive, allowing for long-lasting and optimal restoration of body and mind.
Kate is from beautiful Bayside, N.B and has lived in the Saint John area for five years. A gradu...
Leanne graduated from UNB Fredericton in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, followed by a Masters in Physiotherapy from Dalhousie University in 2018. Leanne began her career in Wolfville, NS working in the sports therapy clinic at Acadia University. She also volunteered with the Koltech Valley Wildcats in Wolfville, and gained valuable experience in assessing and treating various musculoskeletal injuries. Leanne is very excited to be back in her home province of New Brunswick, and is ready to help you return to the activities you love!
Leanne graduated from UNB Fredericton in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, followed...
Amber was born and raised in Saint John where she grew up as an equestrian riding and training horses. From a young age, Amber always showed a special interest and compassion for all living beings.
After graduating with honors in 2015 from The Atlantic Collage of Therapeutic Massage, Amber focused her attention on the mind and body connection. Creating a treatment that meets her clients specific physical and mental needs.
Amber is passionate about working with clients post motor vehicle accident and takes a special interest in treating shoulder injuries. Amber is trained in modalities such as; myofascial release, TDR-WM (cupping), kinesiology taping, birth doula, and aromatherapy.
Amber was born and raised in Saint John where she grew up as an equestrian riding and training ho...
John graduated from the University of New Brunswick with a Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Biology and Psychology in 2000. During his time at UNBSJ, John served as President of both the Student Union and Health Sciences Society, and was awarded UNB’s Leadership Award. He then graduated in 2006 from Dalhousie University with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy, and earned Dalhousie’s Excellence in Leadership award, and was appointed class Valedictorian.
Since graduating from Dalhousie, he has been busy practicing in various private practices, and has completed numerous post-graduate courses in Active Release Technique (A.R.T.), Graston Technique, Advanced low back pain management, advanced manual therapy methods, Mckenzie method, taping techniques, and performance exercise prescription. John also has training in acupuncture through the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute. From his experience working at the Moncton Hospital for four years (2006-2010), John has treated numerous post-surgical, orthopaedic, neuro rehabilitation, and geriatric patients. John is experienced with post-operative protocols and rehabilitation programs.
John is also experienced in post motor vehicle accident rehabilitation, work-related injury physiotherapy, and sports injury management. John has spent extensive time working closely as Team Physiotherapist over 14 years with over twenty-five sports teams in Moncton, and has provided sport physiotherapy coverage at the provincial, national and international levels at events like the World Junior Track & Field meets, National Speed Skating competitions, and the Canada Games. John is the previous Lead Team Physiotherapist for the Moncton Magic, Moncton Mustangs, and Harrison Trimble Trojans Football Team.
John has served as a board member of the New Brunswick Physiotherapy Association, and as Co-Chair of the New Brunswick Orthopaedic Association for Physiotherapy. In 2010, he was awarded New Brunswick’s Young Leadership Award for his efforts in the community, and educational advancement in the field of Physiotherapy.
John has numerous interests but most know that he is a diehard golfer, avid crossfitter, loves photographer, and is a wild man at karaoke!
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John graduated from the University of New Brunswick with a Bachelor of Science degree majoring in...