Diane Thompson
Diane ThompsonBSc.PT

Diane graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physiotherapy from Dalhousie University. She joined the Physiotherapy staff at The Moncton Hospital where she was employed for 6 years. Diane left the hospital in 1986 to become one of the founding partners of Keeling Thompson Physiotherapy Clinic, which is now known as Keystone Physiotherapy.

Diane continues to demonstrate her commitment to ongoing learning by the successful completion of a wide variety of postgraduate courses throughout her career. This includes returning to full time study in Toronto where she completed a 5 month course in manual therapy. Other post grad course work includes a variety of courses in; orthopaedic assessment and treatment including the TMJ, sport rehabilitation, pain management, running prevention and injury, Vestibular Rehab ( treatment of dizziness) and Cranial Sacral Therapy. Her treatment philosophy is relatively simple; assist to minimize discomfort , maximize function and return to as great a quality of life as possible. This is done thru integration of a variety of therapeutic techniques, exercise, education and the active participation of the client. She has experience in the treatment of a wide variety of clients from infants to octogenarians, and in a wide range of conditions including but not limited to whip lash injuries, sporting injuries, arthritis and pain management.

Diane is well known to the Greater Moncton Community, having grown up here and been involved in the local athletic scene throughout her life. She spends her spare time these days enjoying outdoor pursuits particularly her equestrian activities. She has volunteered as an educator, giving talks to local schools and organizations mostly on injury prevention and back care. She has also volunteered as a therapist for many sporting events from local, to national (Skate Canada, The Briar, Canada Winter and Summer Games) to International ( IIAF World Junior Track and Field Championships)

Chris Mercer
Chris MercerBSc.PT

Chris is an experienced therapist and owner of Keystone Physiotherapy. He works with his clients to develop realistic, functional programs to achieve their goals.

Chris has a strong background in sport. As a 17 year old, Chris made the Canadian Rugby Team. It was through his travels with the team and his dealings with the team Physiotherapist that Chris became inspired to pursue a career in Physiotherapy. He began his studies in Kinesiology at Memorial University and went on to graduate from Dalhousie University in 2004 with his Physiotherapy degree. Chris initially worked as a member of the Physiotherapy staff at the Moncton Hospital, before joining the team at Keystone Physiotherapy in 2005.

He is currently an active member of the Sport Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA). He understands the toll sport can have on the body and the best ways to treat and manage those issues. Today, he continues to give back to sport and his community by volunteering for numerous local, national and international events, as well as annual sporting events such as The Hoop Classic and Moncton First Touch Soccer. He has shared his expertise as an educator in the community in the areas of exercise, injury prevention and proper postures and biomechanics. He also hosts courses locally for internationally trained therapists so that the local physiotherapy community can better serve the public.

Chris continues to expand his expertise through post-graduate training in the fields of manual orthopedic therapy, vestibular rehab, and acupuncture. He has attended courses from world-renowned therapists including Shirley Sharman, Robin MacKenzie, David Butler, and Brian Mulligan. He is certified with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute and is an active member of the Orthopedic Division of the CPA. Chris incorporates these skills into his assessments and treatments of individuals of all ages. Chris currently provides expertise for Worksafe New Brunswick in the area of shoulder injuries and rehabilitation. He works closely with orthopedic surgeons at both city hospitals, to provide the best possible treatments in the most efficient time period possible. He believes in taking the time to educate his patients about their injuries and expectations. He then works closely with them as a partner in their rehabilitation.

Christine Haley
Christine HaleyBSc.PT
Christine is a 1985 graduate of the Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy Program from Dalhousie University. She worked for 2 years at the NS Rehabilitation Center in Halifax before calling Moncton home in 1987. After 2 years working at The Moncton Hospital, she joined Diane at Keays Thompson Haley Physiotherapy which is currently our Keystone Physiotherapy.

Christine has an extensive continuing education resume in manual and neuromuscular therapy which provides a high level skill in diagnostics and treatment of biomechanical issues. She is proud of her accomplishments in manual therapy, treating chronic pain, acupuncture, relaxation and motivation techniques, exercise prescription and neuromuscular treatment in all age groups. In the past 10 years, she has also developed a respected expertise in the treatment of urinary incontinence in men and women as well as the common occurrence of pelvic pain.

Outside of her professional life Christine, and her husband Eric, have raised 4 children. She enjoys volunteering in global poverty areas having visited Rwanda, running and teaching at the local Running Room, developing learn to run clubs, road biking, volunteering for many local and national level sporting events and various public presentations as related to her expertise.

Marcel Robichaud
Marcel RobichaudMScPT, BScKin

Marcel is a 2009 graduate of the Masters of Science in Physiotherapy at the University of Ottawa. He joined the team at Keystone physiotherapy in 2016. Marcel, also graduated with his bachelors in Kinesiology at the University of Moncton in 2007.

Marcel is dedicated to his profession continuing his education in manual therapy, McKenzie Diagnostic and Treatment (MDT) approach, soft tissue release and is certified with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada. Marcel has had many years of experience treating a variety of conditions for all different ages and from recreational to competitive athletes as well as work injuries and motor vehicle accidents. He uses his expertise in manual therapy, exercise prescription and postural education to find simplified and effective solutions in achieving client goals and teaching clients how to better self manage their injuries.

Marcel has competed in a variety of high performance sports including Soccer, Cross Country Running and Curling. Marcel participated in 4 canadian championships including the 2006 CIS Cross Country Championship and the 2012, 2014 Mixed Curling Championships. Marcel is also currently involved with the Center of Curling excellence at Curl Moncton during their summer curling camps as a educator on improving performance and injury prevention.

The busy father of twin girls does find time to do some recreational running and competitive curling. He also has a strong sense of community involvement, volunteering for many sporting events such as the 2010 Canadian and World Junior Track and Field Championship, the 2016 Canadian Junior U-14 soccer championship and many other local events. He even organised a 5 & 10K Race for Food Depot Alimentaire in 2010.

Cindi Anderson, Jan Carey, and Ashley ArsenaultOur Physiotherapy Assistants