PHYSIOTHERAPY

Spryfield Physiotherapy, Halifax NS. Your Community full service clinic

Ruby MacEachern

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Ruby MacEachern, B.A. Kin, M.Sc, P.T.

PHYSIOTHERAPIST

Ruby is passionate about helping her patients. With a goal of resolving pain and restoring function, she uses evidence based practice to treat the condition in need. Ruby obtained her Masters of Physiotherapy degree from Glasgow Caledonian University in 2014 after receiving a Bachelor of Kinesiology degree from St. Francis Xavier University in 2011. She is registered with the Nova Scotia College of Physiotherapists and is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. Ruby is qualified to conduct functional capacity evaluations through Metriks, as well as occupational health assessments through Sure Hire. Ruby had the opportunity to be trained in movement impairment syndromes by Dr. Shirley Sahrmann at Washington University School of Medicine in 2015. She became certified in acupuncture, after completing her Level 2 training through Acupuncture Canada. She also has completed manual therapy courses through the Orthopaedic Division of Canada in Level 1 and Level 2. Ruby believes in constantly educating herself to keep up to date with the most effective physiotherapy treatments, ensuring quality care for her patients.

When not doing physiotherapy, Ruby is probably out doing something fun in Halifax, with friends and family, outdoors with her dog, or at the gym. She is also a music lover and enjoys playing guitar.

Spryfield Physiotherapy, Halifax NS. Your Community full service clinic

Andy Tilley

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Andrew Tilley, B.Sc.P.T., B.Sc.G., B.A.Eco.

PHYSIOTHERAPIST

When my dream of becoming an astronaut grew unlikely, physiotherapy was the obvious second choice. I do what I love, keep active, and help others keep active. I graduated from the Dalhousie University Physiotherapy program in 1999 and am the proud owner and Elder Statesman of Spryfield Physiotherapy.  I have three university degrees and specialized training in muscle imbalances, acupuncture, manual therapy, occupational testing, and chronic pain.  There are not many conditions that I have not treated, and for that matter, have not experienced as I get older.  I can usually relate first hand. I am here to listen, develop a treatment plan tailored to your needs, and explain it in a way that makes sense to you.  Most importantly, I am here to support you in your journey to a healthier life.

I have enjoyed working in this community for the past 14 years and am very proud of Spryfield Physiotherapy and each of our staff. We are in the process of revamping the gym, which will enable us to offer exercise classes to the general public. We want to be part of building a healthier community, keeping people moving and staying “spry”.

If I am not working, you can usually find me biking in the woods, at the gym, or hanging out with my family. Staying active is important to me, besides the obvious, it allows me to continue with one of my favorite hobbies: eating.