Jocelyn LeBlanc

Jocelyn joined us in October 2017, relocating from Moncton, NB. Jocelyn is a graduate of Dalhousie University, graduating with her Masters in Physiotherapy in 2014. She also completed her undergraduate degree at Dalhousie, having made the Dean’s List when she graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology in 2012.

Jocelyn enjoys all aspects of orthopaedic rehabilitation. She has successfully completed 3 of 4 courses of the McKenzie Method® of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy® – an internationally acclaimed method of assessment and treatment for spinal and extremity pain developed by New Zealand Physiotherapist Robin McKenzie. She is set to complete the 4th course in March of 2018. Applying the McKenzie Method® within the Sports Medicine Model of Rehabilitation, Jocelyn is seeing great results with her many clients – no matter how or where their injury may have occurred..…at home, on the sports field, in the workplace or as the result of a car accident.

In addition, having attended post graduate courses in Concussion Management, Jocelyn’s knowledge and expertise in the area of Concussion Rehabilitation has added another member to the Centre’s existing team available to help clients dealing with this most recent epidemic of head injury.

Jocelyn also loves working with athletes to get them back in the game and works with them just as she would to prepare herself to return to sport. As an accomplished athlete herself, having been the MVP on Dalhousie’s Women’s Hockey Team in 2009, 2010 & 2012, as well as being the All-time leading scorer for Dalhousie University’s Women’s Hockey Program and having attended the World University Games in 2011 as a member of the Canadian Women’s National Hockey team, Jocelyn is well aware of the determination and hard work it takes to stay at the top of your game.

You can be assured that when you set your rehabilitation goal with her, she will work with you to help you achieve it much as she has done to achieve her own goals, both in sport as well as in her professional and personal lives.

When Jocelyn is not at the Clinic you may find her on the bench at the hockey rink volunteering her time assisting with coaching the Rothesay Netherwood Girls Hockey team, or on the ice playing with her current team, “the Bruisers” of the Saint John Women’s Hockey League.  If not at the rink, you will undoubtedly find her out enjoying the great outdoors be it running, swimming or biking….or putting it all together – she might be found competing in a Triathalon. On a slow day you may find her hiking on the next best trail to be challenged!

Jocelyn is fluently bilingual in both English and French. If French is your primary language, please do not hesitate to let us know that this is your preference for your treatment sessions and we will arrange for Jocelyn to work with you.


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