Christine Haley Bio
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 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 through acupuncture, relaxation and motivation techniques, exercise prescription and neuromuscular treatment in all age groups. In the past 15 years, she has also developed a respected practice in the treatment of urinary incontinence in men and women as well as pelvic pain. Christine’s most recent accomplishment has been the completion of the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition 2 year program providing the tools to manage poor health and chronic pain through lifestyle and healthy food choice.
Outside of her professional life Christine, and her husband Eric, have raised 4 children. She enjoys volunteering in global poverty areas having visited Rwanda as well as many local and national level sporting events and various community public presentations as related to her practice. She enjoys the outdoors through hiking, trail running and biking.