Physiotherapists Helping You Find Pain Relief in Oromocto, New Brunswick
At Model Town Physiotherapy, we are committed to having you work directly one-on-one with your own personal physiotherapist. If you have a question about our services or clinic, please feel free to call us at any time.
Meet Our Team
Adam is the head physiotherapist at Model Town Physiotherapy. He graduated from the University of New Brunswick in 2001 with a Sports Science degree, and the following year became certified as a Professional Fitness and Lifestyle Consultant through the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology. He then earned his Physiotherapy degree from Dalhousie University in 2005. He has been working in the field of orthopedic physiotherapy, primarily in the United States, ever since. In 2010, he graduated from the Manual Therapy Institute in New Hampshire, becoming certified in orthopedic manual therapy. Later that same year, he earned designation as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist through the American Physical Therapy Association.
Adam returned home in 2013 to open Model Town Physiotherapy, eager to apply his training and help those dealing with orthopedic conditions in the Oromocto region.
Colton graduated from McMaster University in 2014 with a Masters of Science in Physiotherapy degree. He has worked in the field of orthopaedic physiotherapy ever since. Colton’s clinical interests revolve around the management of orthopedic conditions, sports injuries, and concussion and vestibular (dizziness) rehabilitation.
Colton is very much interested in orthopedics and has taken several orthopedic related post-graduate courses, primarily through the Advanced Physical Therapy Education Institute (APTEI). He has also taken multiple other post-graduate courses as well, many of which deal with concussion management and pain science.
Colton also enjoys working with athletes and WorkSafeNB patients with the goal of helping them return to their full potential as soon as possible.
In 2018, Colton presented on the science of pain at UNB’s mindfulness and health workshop.
In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and son, who he is encouraging to become a diehard Maple Leafs fan, just like himself. Colton also plays hockey and enjoys the hiking trails in Fredericton and around New Brunswick.
Born and raised in Codroy Valley, Newfoundland, Jolie always knew that she wanted to work in the field of health and wellness. She attended St. Francis Xavier University from 1997-2001 where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics degree. From 2001-2006 Jolie had the opportunity to share her passion of health and fitness while she was employed as a PSP fitness and sports instructor at CFB Gagetown. During this time Jolie pursued extensive certifications and qualifications in the field which included Personal Trainer Certification through Canadian Personal Trainers Network, Certified Fitness Consultant (CSEP), Group Fitness Certification, Spin Cycle Certification (Reebok/YMCA), National Lifeguard Certification (Pool), and Crossfit Certifications.
From 2006-2008 Jolie continued her studies at Dalhousie University and earned her Masters of Science in Physiotherapy degree. In the past 10 years as a registered physiotherapist Jolie has continued her love of learning by participating in post-graduate courses which include several levels of acupuncture through the Acupuncture Foundation Institute of Canada, all levels of the McKenzie/MDT system of assessment and treatment, Mulligan Concept certification, Diagnosis and Treatment of Motor System Impairments certification, as well as courses though APTEI. While the focus of Jolie’s physiotherapy career has been mainly musculoskeletal/orthopaedic in nature, she has had the opportunity to work in diverse settings which, in addition to private practices and CAF bases, has included several retirement homes and long-term care homes.
In clinical practice Jolie’s treatment philosophy embraces treating the whole individual. She doesn’t just look at “what”, as in what is happening to cause pain or dysfunction, but also “who”. She encompasses the whole person and considers functional requirements for work and lifestyle. She also considers “why”. Why is this injury happening? Was there something that pre-disposed the person to the injury? And, if so, what can we do to prevent it from occurring again in the future. Jolie uses a variety of techniques to achieve client-centered goals. She utilizes an active approach to therapy and formulates a simple, personalized program for home use. She educates her clients about their injury/condition and equips them with the knowledge about what may make them better or worse so that they can reach their goals as soon as possible.
After travelling around the country, Jolie is happy to be settled back in the Maritimes. She embraces a busy life with 2 children and her husband. She enjoys staying active, working out, yoga, boating and getting home to Newfoundland whenever she can.
Tyler, originally from Oromocto New Brunswick, completed her Bachelor of Kinesiology with Honours from the University of New Brunswick and went on to complete her Masters of Sciencein Physiotherapy at Dalhousie University.
During her time at UNB, Tyler found her passion for helping others and working with musculoskeletal injuries by working as a Student Athletic Therapist with the UNB Women’s Rugby team and the St. Thomas University Varsity Men’s Basketball team. She then went on to work with the Citadel Highschool Varsity Men’s football team while she was completing her Physiotherapy degree.
Tyler believes in a client-centered and active approach to therapy that includes an individualized exercise program tailored to the individual and their lifestyle. She understands the importance of client education and utilizes manual therapy. Her goal is to help you regain function to prevent further injuries.
Tyler lives an active lifestyle and enjoys curling, hiking, weight training and running. When Tyler is not in the clinic, you can find her spending time outside with her family, friends and her dog Hewston.