About Kristy Macleod

Kristy completed her Master’s of Science in Physiotherapy at Dalhousie University in 2013, after completing her undergraduate degree in human kinetics at St. Francis Xavier University in 2011.


Kristy has worked in orthopaedic practice since she began her career. She has worked in a multidisciplinary clinic with a wide variety of patient populations. She believes in completing an in-depth assessment find the cause of the issue and then working with the clients one on one to treat the issues and prevent future injury.

She uses a hands-on treatment approach, along with needling, therapeutic exercise and modalities to decrease pain and increase overall function. Kristy believes education is a key component to recovery and empowers clients to prevent future injury.

Participating in sport and living an active lifestyle has been a major part of Kristy’s life. In her spare time, she enjoys playing soccer and basketball, swimming, hiking and camping. Kristy believes being active daily and maintaining your physical health is a key factor in overall wellness. Through her physiotherapy treatment she hopes to give people the knowledge they need to achieve their goals and succeed in their physical well being.


Qualifications

 Mackenzie part A 2017
 Vestibular rehab 2016
 Biomedical dry needling 2015
 Acupuncture level 2 2014
 Sports Module: common sports injuries, functional testing and running assessments 2014
 Evidence based diagnosis and management of musculoskeletal pain- chronic pain science 2013
 Acupuncture level 1 2013