Colin Moore graduated from Dalhousie School of Physiotherapy in 1996 and began working at Sports Centre Physiotherapy that summer. In May 1999, he completed a ten month fellowship in sports physiotherapy in London, Ontario. Through continued course work and training he has become the only physiotherapist in PEI to hold a Diploma in Sports Physiotherapy from the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
His training has allowed him to work as a physiotherapist at many local, national, and international events, including the 1999 and 2003 Canada Winter Games, 2000 World Junior Figure Skating Championships, 2002 World Cup of Synchronized Skating, 2004 World Senior Figure Skating Championships, and Canadian National Soccer team camps in Mexico, Scotland, and Canada. He was the head physiotherapist for the 2009 Canada Summer Games, the UPEI varsity programs from 2003 to 2009, and is the head therapist for the Holland College varsity program. He treats athletes daily and hopes someday to achieve his goal as a physiotherapist at the Olympics.
Nathan recently completed all of his schooling in Halifax at Dalhousie University recieving both a bachelor's degree and Master of Science in Physiotherapy. During his time in Halifax, Nathan worked as a volunteer therapist alongside the men's SMU Varsity Hockey team for two years and the Citadel High School Football team in his last year.
Nathan has a strong interest in pursuing a sports rehab stream and working with teams to ensure they are healthy and return to sport safely. Though sports may be a passion, he looks forward to working with individuals of all backgrounds in order to get them back to the activites they enjoy. Recently, Nathan completed a course in Vestibular Rehabilitation and can now treat clients with vertigo.
Originally from New Brunswick, Nathan looks forward to calling Charlottetown home and is eager to continue his professional development at Sports Centre Physiotherapy.
Joyce Ling is delighted to rejoin Sport Centre Physiotherapy. She has a career spanning over three decades as a Physiotherapist, most of it spent in Sports or Out-Patient settings. Joyce graduated in 1977 from the University of Manitoba and began her sports physiotherapy career at the Pan-Am Sports Injury Centre in Winnipeg. During that time, she served as a physiotherapist with the St. Vital Mustangs Football Club, treating athletes from Minor Bantam to Junior level.
On coming to Prince Edward Island, Joyce joined Sports Centre Physiotherapy where she treated patients until 1996. Since that time she has worked in the Physical Medicine Department at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, almost exclusively in Out-patients. Over her 33-year career, Joyce has taken post-graduate training in acupuncture; the Robin Mackenzie Institute Back Treatment methods; a wide variety of orthopedic courses relating to treatment of physical impairments; and has her Certification in Complete Decongestive Therapy for the treatment of Lymphedema.
In her spare time Joyce is an avid golfer and enjoys pottery and gardening.
Jenny Dickson is a 2011 graduate from Dalhousie University with a Master of Science in Physiotherapy. Jenny has a background in Kinesiology from Acadia University and in 2009 received her certification as an exercise physiologist. In 2011, Jenny received the Pediatric Award from the Canadian Physiotherapy Association for her work at Moncton City Hospital. Jenny is currently a council member with the PEI College of Physiotherapists, who work to regulate the practice of physiotherapy. She is also the physiotherapist and sport first responder with the Varsity Soccer and Basketball programs at Holland College.
Jenny has continued her education with credentials in Acupuncture, Functional Dry Needling, EXOS Rehabilitation of the Athlete, running assessment, and treatment techniques from the McKenzie Institute, Mulligan concepts, and APTEI.
Jenny strives to continue her professional development through education, athletics and pediatrics. Her number one goal is to get her clients back to the activities they love doing. In her spare time, Jenny enjoys playing soccer, hiking, downhill skiing, and spending time at the beach.
Ellen has recently graduated from Dalhousie University with a Master of Science in Physiotherapy. Ellen also obtained a bachelor’s degree in biology from UPEI in 2012. During her time at UPEI, Ellen was a member of the women’s field hockey team for 5 seasons.
Ellen is looking forward to joining the Sports Centre Physio team and continuing her professional development. She has a particular interest in sports rehab, but looks forward to helping all clients get back to the activities they enjoy.
In her free time, Ellen enjoys playing field hockey and squash, refereeing hockey and helping out on her family’s farm in Clyde River.
Registered Massage Therapist
Amanda Ford joined the Sports Centre Physiotherapy team back in September 2010. She has been an active member of the Prince Edward Island Massage Therapy Association PEIMTA since graduating from ICT Northumberland college in 2004. Since receiving her diploma in Massage Therapy Amanda has gained experience from numerous health care settings. With a solid foundation in anatomy and pathophysiology Amanda much experience with repetitive injuries, chronic pain management central nervous system disorders such as Multiple Sclerosis and pregnancy massage. Amanda enjoys anything outdoors and keeping active. Being a mother of two, running has become a regular daily activity for her both on asphalt and around the house. Amanda plans to further her education in areas such as Myofascial Release, Manual Lymph Drainage, and Sports Massage
Registered Massage Therapist
Amy Carver joined Sports Centre Physiotherapy in May 2013. She has been practicing Massage Therapy since 2007 both in Halifax and PEI. Amy is an active member of the PEI Massage Therapy Association and also serves on the board of directors as Vice President. Amy practices Swedish, deep tissue and prenatal massage, trigger point and sports therapy as well as myofascial release. When not treating clients, she enjoys hiking, snowshoeing, yoga and strength training. Looking forward, Amy would like to continue to develop her myofascial release and sports therapy techniques.
Registered Massage Therapist
Jenn is a recent graduate of massage therapy from ICT Northumberland College in Halifax. From a young age health and fitness have always been a passion for Jenn, which has given her a competitive sports background that includes sprint kayaking. Jenn has carried that passion forward into her daily life, whether it involves exercising herself or helping others get back to what they love.
She has worked with athletes of many backgrounds including: triathletes and runners, as well as hockey, basketball and soccer players. She is looking to further her education in sports therapy, Myofascial release and osteopathy.
Jenn looks forward to calling Charlottetown her home and working with the Sports Centre Physiotherapy team.
Heather graduated from the University of Ottawa in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science Honours in Human Kinetics. Heather joined the Sports Centre Physiotherapy team in 2008, as a Kinesiologist.
Upon returning from maternity leave in the spring of 2014 Heather took on the role of Office Manager. In her new role Heather hopes to help Sports Centre Physiotherapy to continue to grow.