Candice Mills-Grant, RMT
Candice is a Registered Massage Therapist and an active member of the Association of New Brunswick Massage Therapists. She is a graduate of ICT Northumberland College (Halifax, N.S.), class of 2006, where she was trained in advanced methods of therapeutic massage. Candice specializes in pregnancy massage and infant massage instruction as well as Reiki level 1 and suikodo (a Japanese therapy working on energy meridians within the body). It is her life’s passion to help others and she enjoys volunteering in her spare time.
Hilary Noble, BscKin, RMT
Therapeutic Massage & Sports Massage
Hilary first discovered a passion for Massage Therapy while studying Kung Fu in China from 2008 – 2009. It was there that she benefited from the treatment and tutelage of a Traditional Chinese Massage Therapist. Arriving back in Canada, Hilary attended the Atlantic College of Therapeutic Massage, graduating in 2011 with Honours and with an additional certification in Sports Massage. Hilary continued her education at the University of New Brunswick where she obtained her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology in 2015. She was also awarded the Lieutenant Governor of New Brunswick Silver Medal in Kinesiology and the Ambassador of Austria Prize. Hilary began working at ATTC in October of 2015. She is the Athletic Trainer and Massage Therapist for the UNB Red Bombers and has also volunteered as a Massage Therapist with the STU Men's Hockey Team.
Dr. Matt Cochran, BSc., D.C., CSCS
Dr. Cochran began his path towards health care at the University of New Brunswick. Upon completion of his Bachelor of Science degree in 2005, he spent the next 4 years studying to become a chiropractor at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, Ontario. Following graduation with a doctor of chiropractic degree with clinic hours and the magna cum laude distinction, Dr. Cochran decided to return to his home province to complete a Master’s of Science in Exercise and Sport Science at UNB while concurrently completing his residency program to become a sports specialist chiropractor. While maintaining a general practice over the past 3 years, Matt has also become heavily involved in the sporting world in the Maritimes and has been involved with many major sporting events in the Maritime Provinces ranging from amateur to professional levels. Some of these events include: CIS Men’s Hockey National Championship – Fredericton, NB 2011-20102; World Pond Hockey Championships-Plaster Rock, NB 2012; Canadian Figure Skating Championships – Moncton, NB 2012, World Strongman Semi – Finals - Fredericton, NB 2011, CFL Touchdown Atlantic 2010 - Moncton, NB (Hamilton Tiger Cats); 2011 Canada Winter Games - Halifax, NS; CFL Touchdown Atlantic 2010 - Moncton, NB (Toronto Argonauts); World Junior Track and Field Championships - Moncton, NB 2010.
For the last 3 years, Matt has work extensively with the UNB Men’s Hockey as the team chiropractor and has also been involved with other UNB teams including volleyball, basketball, soccer, wrestling, swimming and football. Matt currently is the provincial representative for the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences for New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island as well as the chiropractor for the Canadian Sports Centres Atlantic (New Brunswick) including Canada games, National and international level athletes for various sports.
Through his extensive education, Matt performs assessments and therapy for not only back and neck conditions, but also specializes in assessing, treating and prescribing rehabilitation exercises for a wide range of conditions including: hip, knee, foot (Plantar fasciitis), shoulder, elbow (Tennis elbow) and wrist injuries; muscle strains; headaches; automotive, work place and sports injuries; as well as other repetitive injuries.
Dr. Jillian Babin-Keough, BScKin, Doctor of Chiropractic
Originally from Dalhousie, New Brunswick, Dr. Babin-Keough moved to Fredericton to complete her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology degree at the University of New Brunswick. During her time at UNB, Jillian focused on human anatomy, exercise physiology, biomechanics and rehabilitation therapy. Always knowing she wanted to pursue a career in healthcare, she became inspired to study further and become a chiropractor. After successfully completing her undergraduate degree, Dr. Babin-Keough moved to Toronto to complete her doctorate in chiropractic medicine at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. She graduated in June of 2016, with an additional certification in Active Release Therapy.
Happy to be back in her home province, Dr. Babin-Keough provides evidence-based care by incorporating a variety of techniques, including soft tissue therapy, joint mobilizations, joint manipulations, rehabilitation programs and education, as well as other therapeutic devices. She takes an individual approach to each patient and combines methods to provide the best care possible for her patients.
Some conditions treated by Dr. Babin-Keough include:
Nadine is the founder of Advanced Therapeutic Treatment Center & Atlantic College of Therapeutic Massage. She has been involved with teaching massage therapy courses since 1997. Her interests are the fascia, massage therapy and teaching. She is a graduate of the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 1996 and received her Bachelor of Physical Education from the University of New Brunswick in 1994.
Kelly Carter, RMT
Kelly is originally from Sussex, New Brunswick and moved to Fredericton to study at the Atlantic College of Therapeutic Massage. Growing up, Kelly was heavily involved in sports, and always held a strong interest in health sciences.
She graduated from ACTM in July of 2017 with additional certifications in Sports Massage Therapy, as well as Basic Element 1 Craniosacral Therapy.
During Kelly’s time at ACTM she was able to volunteer with places and teams such as Fredericton Hospice, Stan Cassidy Rehabilitation Centre, and UNB Varsity men’s hockey team. She is currently the Athletic Therapist for the UNB Red Bombers football team.
Emily Morehouse is originally from Fredericton, New Brunswick, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from St. Thomas University in 2013 with a double major in psychology and criminology. With a passion for health and fitness she knew she wanted to go on working in the health care field. In 2015 she began her studies at the Atlantic College of Therapeutic Massage and graduated in 2017 with honours and an additional certificate in sports massage therapy. Emily is accepting new clients.
Hope Richardson, Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education
Office Manager of Advanced Therapeutic Treatment Center