Physiotherapist, Clinic Owner
Stephanie’s treatment philosophy is “Leave everyone you meet better than you found them. Become an encourager of potential versus a destroyer of confidence.” Robyn Sharma
Stephanie strives to empower her clients with the knowledge and confidence needed to live their best life. Using a holistic approach incorporating the mind, body and spirit she often will let “time get away from her” when treating her clients. She is grateful for your patience and trust in her facilitation of your health journey. She invites you to “pay attention, on purpose, without judgement” when entering your rehabilitation process.
If you have had the opportunity to be treated by Stephanie in the past 10 years you probably would have heard her say “that is so interesting” or “I can’t wait to see what you’ll be able to do on the next visit” because words matter and so do you!
Ashley grew up in St. Stephen, N.B where she graduated from St. Stephen High School in 2006. She then completed her Bachelor of Kinesiology (cooperative) from Memorial University in 2010 and her Master’s of Science in Physiotherapy from Dalhousie University in 2012.
Ashley’s treatment philosophy is “To get to where you want to go will require a journey, not a quick fix, and you will probably need to be courageous, patient and persistent” Lorimer Moseley.
Ashley has taken many post graduate courses in different areas of practice. She is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association’s Pediatrics, Pain Sciences and Women’s divisions. In 2015 she completed a Pain Sciences mentorship program working collaboratively with Mike Sangster, Clinical Specialist in Pain Sciences. In 2015 she was the recipient of the New Brunswick Physiotherapy Association Young Leadership Award. She is currently the President of the New Brunswick Physiotherapy Association and has been an active board member since 2014. She was the Head Trainer for the St. Stephen Aces MHL Junior A Hockey Team. Ashley strives to educate and motivate her clients to take an active role in their health. She treats clients of all ages from babies to seniors.
Michael completed his Doctor of Physiotherapy at the University of Melbourne, Australia, following the completion of his Bachelor of Science – Kinesiology at Dalhousie University.
Being heavily involved in sports as a player, coach and a sports trainer, Michael always has an enthusiastic attitude to the body’s movement and repair process which initially led him to pursue his studies in Physiotherapy.
While working in Melbourne and Vancouver, Michael has continued his professional development with various seminars from world renowned physiotherapists and has completed his Clinical Pilates and Strength and Conditioning certifications. He utilizes a hands-on approach, supplemented with a progressive active rehabilitation program to help aid his clients’ recovery.
He is new to St. Stephen, N.B, migrating here from Vancouver, B.C. and is looking forward to providing his clients with an evidence-based approach that is “client centred, and practitioner driven.”
Megan grew up in St. Stephen, N.B. where she graduated from St. Stephen High School in 2004. She finished the Office Administration course through the New Brunswick Community College in 2005 and her Medical Terminology course in 2009. You may recognize her from her time working at Shopper’s Drug Mart and Jean Coutu Pharmacy.
Megan is bringing years of experience and professionalism with her to Bone Physiotherapy & Wellness to successfully run the front end of the business and greet you with her kind and caring personality.
She will be happy to assist you with your scheduling and billing needs.