Your Physiotherapy Team

Our team are dedicated to helping you achieve lifelong change.

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Maggie Sparling MSCPT

Maggie Sparling (MPT), graduated in 2013 from Western University with a Masters in Physiotherapy.

Maggie takes an active, exercise-based approach to physiotherapy. With four years of experience working as a personal trainer, and over a decade of experience in the strength training world, she integrates her passion for fitness into her practice in a way that is empowering for her clients. 

Maggie takes a holistic, full body, approach to therapy. She believes in addressing posture and mechanics, as well as teaching her clients preventative self-maintenance to create lifelong change.

Maggie believes in the value of physiotherapy not only after injury has occurred, but also as a preventative way to make healthy bodies even more resilient. Focusing on movement, strength, and mobility. Having gained additional certifications in manual therapy, craniosacral therapy and acupuncture, Maggie enjoys integrating different types of manual therapy into her practice.

Maggie loves new challenges and takes a special pride in helping her patients reach their goals and recover form injury and pain.


Krista Ross MSCPT

Krista Ross (MScPT) graduated with honours from St. Francis Xavier University in 2009 with a BA in Human Kinetics and continued to earn an MSc in Physiotherapy from Dalhousie University in 2012. 

Since then, she has exposed herself to a large scope of populations with clinical experience gained in orthopedics, vestibular/vertigo, neurological conditions, paediatrics, geriatrics and many more.  She has also spent time teaching and assisting upper-level students in the School of Physiotherapy at Dalhousie University as a lab demonstrator for the neuro-physiotherapy course.

Krista considers herself as a life-long learner and keeps herself up-to-date on the current best practices in her field.  She is currently working toward her Intermediate Orthopaedic Manual Therapy certification through the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and her pelvic health certification for women's incontinence/urgency and pelvic pain. 

She has assisted with clinical research through Dalhousie University and the Nova Scotia Health Authority (formally Capital Health) and is undergoing mentorship to help further her knowledge in paediatric care.

Krista is dedicated to helping her patients manage their conditions and recover from injury.