pt Health Physiotherapy - Bedford Place Mall
Our Clinic Team
Thomas SangsterSpeaks: English
Thomas was born and raised in Halifax, NS. He completed his MSc. Occupational Therapy program at Dalhousie University as well as a graduate from Dalhousie's BSc. Kinesiology program. Prior to completing his occupational therapy studies, he worked with Lifemark as a Kinesiologist for 2 years. Thomas has experience with pain management, mental health, and ergonomics.
In his leisure, Thomas likes to stay active including playing golf, basketball, and Lacrosse.
Calvin is a passionate and motivated therapist who believes that movement is the key to living a healthy and successful life. Through empowering the patient to understand proper movement, Calvin believes patients can learn the tools to not only treat their injuries, but can decrease the chances of them happening again. Calvin treats any patients who are motivated to rehabilitate their injuries and focuses on teaching the patient to take control of their injury.
Calvin’s interests include prevention and rehabilitation of athletic injuries, hip, knee and ankle biomechanics and using exercise as medicine. Calvin graduated from Dalhousie University with a Master's degree in Science - Physiotherapy and also holds a Bachelor of Kinesiology degree from Acadia University.
Throughout Calvin’s post secondary experience, he has provided athletic trainer coverage for many sporting teams and organizations in Nova Scotia such as: Acadia Men’s Basketball, UKC Women’s Volleyball and Soccer Nova Scotia.
Registered Massage TherapistSpeaks: English
Jenny TillerSpeaks: English
Jenny is a graduate of Glasgow Caledonian University, where she received a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Memorial University. Jenny is a member of the College of Occupational Therapists of Nova Scotia, as well as a member of the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists.
Jenny has a passion for Occupational Therapy, due to the professions focus on providing a client-centered and holistic approach. Jenny aims to help clients who are experiencing physical, cognitive, or emotional difficulties to meet their goals of returning to their meaningful occupations/daily activities.
When not at work, Jenny enjoys activities such as running, hiking, reading and spending time with her dogs.
Jes Cameron is a passionate physiotherapist who has been dedicated to her profession since the age of eleven. Her journey began when she experienced a hamstring injury while competing in rhythmic gymnastics. After completing her education at McGill University, she worked in a rehabilitation hospital in Toronto where she taught patients to regain their strength and mobility. Her focus on manual therapy, myo-fascial techniques, dry needling, exercise, and education has helped her clients to get to the root of their physical problems.
Jes Cameron loves to travel and has visited 28 different countries, including Thailand, Laos, Estonia, and New Zealand. She is of Estonian and Acadian French descent and has ties to Nova Scotia through her family. She has been working in private practice in Nova Scotia since 2007, helping clients to overcome their physical limitations. When she is not working, Jes enjoys spending time with her two athletic and humorous children, attending their sports games, and engaging in crafting activities such as painting, photography, and making jewelry. She is also a yoga teacher, which helps her to remain grounded and combine breathing and alignment in her approach to healing.