Candice Mills-Grant, RMT
Candice has been a Registered Massage Therapist at Advanced Therapeutic Treatment Centre since being trained in advanced methods of therapeutic massage at ICT Northumberland College (Halifax, NS), where she graduated in 2006. Her strong interest in health and wellness, and her desire to help others, led her to work in a field she’s very passionate about. She is an active member, in good standing, of the College of Massage Therapists of New Brunswick and the Association of New Brunswick Massage Therapists.
Candice tailors her treatments to meet the specific needs of each individual client and her treatments range from deep tissue to the light touch of craniosacral therapy. She continually strives to provide the best treatments for her clients by keeping up to date with treatment techniques and modalities, and furthering her education through continued education courses. She holds certificates of specializing in TMJ massage, prenatal and postnatal massage, infant massage instruction, fascial techniques for the lower extremity, trigger point therapy, reiki, as well as craniosacral therapy levels one and two. In her spare time, Candice enjoys being active and spending time with her growing family.
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 Currie-Jackson, RMT
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, RMT
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.
Thomas Hendricks, RMT
Thomas Hendricks is from Fredericton, New Brunswick and is a recent graduate of the Atlantic College of Therapeutic Massage. Being involved in sports from a young age, he has always held a strong passion for the health and wellness field. He is currently in his first season as an athletic therapist with the UNB Red Bombers football team.
During his education, Thomas gained valuable experience through volunteering with the UNB hockey teams, STU athletes, Stan Cassidy Center for Rehabilitation, and the Community Health Center. With additional certifications in Sports Massage Therapy, Fascial Techniques, Craniosacral Basic Elements 1, Kinesiology taping and Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization, he has a broad skill set to fit the needs of his clients. Contact the clinic at 506-454-3773 for booking.