Stewart MunroeAthletic Therapist
Gillian GilmoreAthletic Therapist
Glenda Landry PC IncPhysiotherapist
Krista HeanesRehabilitation Assistant
Stewart graduated from Acadia University in 1995 with his Bachelor of Science. He then went on to Sheridan College to study Athletic Therapy graduating with honors in 1999. In 2001 he opened Ken-
Gillian discovered her passion for Athletic Therapy while working as a student therapist during her undergraduate degree at the University of New Brunswick. Her experiences in contact sport with the men’s rugby and men’s and women’s wrestling teams were fundamental in her pursuit of a career in Athletic Therapy. After graduating from her BSc. Kinesiology (Honours) degree in May 2009, she moved to Toronto to continue her education in the Athletic Therapy Certificate Program at York University concurrent with her Masters of Science in the faculty of Kinesiology and Health Sciences. She became a certified athletic therapist in June 2012 after passing the national certification exam with the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association. Having grown up on Grand Manan, Gillian is excited to have been able to return to New Brunswick and begin providing her expertise as an Athletic Therapist close to home.
As an Athletic Therapist, Gillian enjoys doing on site field coverage as well as providing therapy to clients in the clinic. With a passion for helping athletes to be able to perform at their best, she works with teams to help develop healthier athletes through injury prevention education and conditioning programs, as well as sport specific stretching and strengthening exercise programs. Eager to work in all areas of Athletic Therapy, Gillian embraces the injury prevention component of athletic therapy as much as the first responder and clinical rehabilitation aspects of her discipline.
The team at Ken Val is extremely proud of Gillian’s most recent achievement. She was honored to be chosen as Team Athletic Therapist for the Canadian Men’s Soccer Team at the World University Games this past August(2017) which took place in Taipei, Taiwan. Congrats Gillian!!
Glenda Landry PC Inc
Glenda’s success as a physiotherapist has come from using uses a “hands on” and exercise based approach to treatment – the sports medicine model; working closely with clients in their rehabilitation, establishing their goals and setting steps to achieve these goals. As the Clinic has grown, Glenda’s responsibilities have evolved to include a more managerial role. However, to maintain contact with client’s, when time allows, she enjoys doing home physiotherapy visits for those who cannot make it into the Clinic. In addition she very much enjoys trouble shooting with the other therapists on their clients as they work through their recovery or deal with a disease process with them, encouraging the utilization of the “hands on”, sports medicine model of rehabilitation that many of her previous clients found success with.
Originally from Cape Breton, NS, Glenda relocated to Saint John from Halifax, NS in 1998 with a plan to stay for a year to further her career as a physiotherapist in Private Practise. After meeting her now husband and business partner Stewart, she also now calls Rothesay home. In their spare time you might find Glenda, Stewart and their son, Kehlan at the hockey rink, the baseball field, the driving range or walking the family dog “Chewy”… all provided the Sea Dogs are not in town, in which case you will find them at the game!
Lia earned her degree in Physiotherapy from Dalhousie University. Lia has taken many advanced training courses, enhancing her hands-
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® –
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-
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 –
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.
Adam Hutchcraft BKin, MScPT
Adam’s path to Physiotherapy began in his home province, Newfoundland, at Memorial
University, where he first completed his Bachelors of Kinesiology in 2014. Moving to Nova
Scotia, he studied at Dalhousie University, graduating with his Masters in Physiotherapy in
2016. Born and raised in Gander, Newfoundland, after completing his Masters in Physiotherapy
at Dalhousie in 2016, Adam made the move to Saint John, working both in the Private sector as
well as at the Saint John Regional Hospital Physiotherapy Department.
We welcomed Adam to our rehabilitation team in February 2019.
Adam provides his clients with an individualized, hands-on and exercise-based rehabilitation
approach. He prides himself on providing his clients with education about their injury, giving
the knowledge and skills they need for a successful and timely rehabilitation.
Adam’s personal interest in sports; volleyball, hockey, golf, and tennis, to name a few, was a
starting point for his interest in physiotherapy, and has continued to guide his career path.
Most recently, golf has become Adam’s biggest passion. Bringing this passion to his work, Adam
is now completing the Titleist Performance Institute’s (TPI) Certification Program, gaining
further education and enhancing his knowledge in the assessment and functional breakdown of
golf skills…ultimately facilitating rehabilitation for his clients with existing golf injuries, and
assessing and modifying golf skills in the interests of preventing injury before it occurs and
enhancing overall sport performance. His prior experience in coaching, both at the High School
and Winter Games levels, is invaluable for his clients as he takes them through their
rehabilitation and sport specific exercise programs.
Adam strongly believes in continuing to add to his knowledge base and actively combines his
clinical experience with regularly attending continuing education courses to provide evidence-
based, best practice to all his patients. In addition to earning his degrees, Adam has since
gained his Acupuncture Level 1 certification (2017), has achieved APTEI Certifications: Advanced
Lower Extremity Certification (2018) and Cervico-Thoracic Complex (2019), achieved Adam
Meakins Shoulder Complex Certification (2020), and most recently completing the TPI Level 1
Certification (2021) and currently completing the TPI Level 2 Certification.
If you hadn’t guessed, when Adam is not working at the Clinic, there is a really good chance you
might find him on the fairways of the Hampton Golf Course…careful, he may be evaluating your
Erika joined us in June 2021, relocating from Halifax, NS, amid the COVID19 Pandemic! Born and raised in Sussex, NB, Erika made the move back to New Brunswick to be closer to family; becoming a part of the Ken Val Rehab team at a time when one of our other team members was expanding hers!
Erika started her career path to becoming a Physiotherapist at UNB Fredericton, achieving her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology in 2008…making the Dean’s List all 4 years prior to graduation; then went onto Dalhousie University, graduating with her Master’s of Science in Physiotherapy in 2011. In the 10 years since graduation, Erika has primarily worked in orthopedic physiotherapy private practice, with her most recent stint working with the Canadian Armed Forces at CFB Stadacona in Halifax for the past 2 years.
Erika has always maintained an active, healthy lifestyle… participating in various sports as a Sussex Sonic, including field hockey, basketball, and volleyball. Now, as an adult, she is still active in the competitive Ultimate frisbee scene, playing on various women’s and co- ed teams across Canada and the USA. When not at work or playing team sports, Erika can be found on her trusty bike exploring the tracks and roads of New Brunswick, or out with friends loving a run on the trails.
Erika is a firm believer in putting the power of healing in her clients’ hands through injury/disease process education, self-care strategies education, and exercise program education that are specific and meaningful to the end goal of her clients’ rehabilitation processes. Living an active lifestyle herself makes Erika very understanding of the limitations an injury can put on someone when they are prevented from doing something they love. This understanding, combined with the compassion she extends to her clients through her treatment philosophy, and her extensive post graduate training in acupuncture, dry needling, and manual therapy, will be just what you need to help you achieve your end rehabilitation goal, whether it is return to sport, work, or just to life in general!
Carol has been working with KenVal Rehab since May of 2007 as our Office Administrator. When you visit our clinic Carol is the first member of our team you’ll have the pleasure of meeting. Carol looks after the day to day operations, from greeting clients, ordering office supplies, answering phones, booking appointments and providing clients with exceptional service. Outside of the office Carol and her husband, Rudi live in Quispamsis. Together they have raised 3 terrific children who all live close by. When she’s not working, Carol enjoys spending quality time with her family and having lots of fun with her 6 grandchildren! In her spare time she enjoys reading and in the summer can often be found cruising with her husband in their MGB red convertible.
Krista has been a member of the Ken Val Rehab team since August of 2010. As our Rehabilitation Assistant, Krista looks forward to welcoming you to the clinic, assisting you to your treatment area, meeting with your therapist or getting you started with your exercise routine. Krista and her husband live in the Kennebecasis Valley with their son, dog and cat. When she’s not working, Krista enjoys reading, long walks with her dog and being home with family and friends.
As our bookkeeper, Nancy primarily looks after our payables and preparation of financial reports. Nancy has over 20 years experience with taxes, accounting and administrative experience. She graduated from Mount Allison University with a Bachelor of Commerce major in Marketing/Management. “I love to work with numbers but more important with people and helping them during the tax season.” Nancy is a regular Wellness Member of the “Morning Crew”, who are never loss for words and can be very entertaining especially when the discussion is about hockey or trying to decide where to go for coffee after their morning workout. Nancy and her family live in Rothesay. She is actively involved with several sports and a member of the elite “Moms In Gear Hockey Team”.