Working together, to get you better.

Symmetrics Health is a multidisciplinary clinic providing Physiotherapy, Chiropractic, Massage Therapy, and Osteopathy services to individuals of all ages. We are located at The Mount in Charlottetown, PEI.

Symmetrics Health team

Our Services


“Physiotherapy is the primary health care profession that promotes wellness, mobility, and independent function. Physiotherapists have advanced understanding of how the body moves, what keeps it from moving well, and how to restore mobility.”

– The Canadian Physiotherapy Association


Chiropractors focus on your spine, muscle, and nervous system and treat the bones, muscles, soft tissues, and joints that you use every day.

The spine, muscle, and nervous system supports your weight, keeps your body stable, protects your organs, and keeps you moving. It also connects directly to other vital systems in your body, which is why medical professionals, researchers, and the wider health community trust the spine care expertise of chiropractors to assess, diagnose, and treat conditions and injuries related to the spine, muscle, and nervous system.

– Canadian Chiropractic Association


Osteopathy is a drug-free, non-invasive manual therapy that aims to improve health across all body systems by manipulating and strengthening the musculoskeletal framework.

A manual osteopath will focus on the joints, muscles, and spine. Treatment aims to positively affect the body’s nervous, circulatory, and lymphatic systems. Manual medicine means that both assessment and treatment are carried out with the hands.

Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy is the application of techniques by a therapist’s hands and arms to the skin, muscles, tendons, ligaments, connective tissues, and joints of the body. A Registered Massage Therapist (R.M.T) has training in assessment techniques, stretching, remedial exercise, and hydrotherapy, which can all be applied for treating various symptoms or conditions. Each session is tailored to your specific needs. Your therapist will discuss and describe the techniques they plan to use prior to your treatment.

Massage Therapists are health care professionals committed to restoring and maintaining optimal health and pain-free function of the body.

Our Practitioners


Robert Wickstrom

Physiotherapist, BSc, MScPT 

Robert Wickstrom has a BSc in Biology from the University of Prince Edward Island (2010) and a Master’s in Physiotherapy from Dalhousie University (2013). Robert treats a wide spectrum of orthopedic injuries, from sports-related injuries and concussion to pre/post-operative care, muscle/joint pain and vertigo (BPPV), catering to patients of all ages, from young athletes to the elderly. His treatment approach centers around the principles of strength and conditioning, and movement patterns that is complemented by manual therapy techniques and dry needling. Robert also provides Bike Fitting services at the clinic (Mountain, Road and Gravel).

Robert has advanced training in Functional Movement Screen (FMS), Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), Exercise Prescription, Strength Training, and Dry Needling. Outside of the clinic, you are likely to find him mountain biking at the locals trails or hiking with his dog.

Robert is a proud member of both the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and the PEI College of Physiotherapists


Scott Conrad

Registered Massage Therapist, BA

Scott Conrad has a B.A. from the University of Prince Edward Island (1998) and gained his credentials in Massage Therapy, with honours, from ITC Northumberland College (2003).  

Scott has been a practicing massage therapist for over 15 years, his approach to massage therapy is thorough, intuitive, and based on a sound knowledge of anatomy, physiology, and a combination of effective treatment techniques.  Scott incorporates a combination of myofascial release, MET (muscle energy technique), Swedish massage, Kinesio taping and trigger point therapy in his treatments. In addition, he may include hydrotherapy and specific stretching and strengthening exercises for home care.  The underlying intent of his treatment philosophy is to be specific and effective in addressing the patient’s primary area of concern while maintaining a holistic outlook for overall well-being.

Your treatment with Scott will be tailored to your specific needs and Scott will create a comprehensive treatment plan based on your desired outcomes and needs.  Scott’s drive comes from seeing people return to doing what they love.

Scott has continuing education specialization in Functional Movement Screen (FMS)

Lori Dover

Chiropractor, BSc, DC

Dr. Lori Dover received an Honours degree in Biology from UPEI in 1993. Lori continued her education in Toronto at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and graduated in 1997. In 2000, after practicing in Toronto for a few years, she moved to the small town of Shelburne, Ontario, and there owned and operated a multi-disciplinary practice for 16 years. In July of 2016, Lori returned home to PEI.

Lori treats a wide range of muscular, nervous system and skeletal conditions and provides care to those of all ages. Her primary technique is Activator Methods (Advanced Certification) which uses a hand-held instrument to adjust the spine. Lori also utilizes traditional chiropractic methods, various muscular techniques, and incorporates exercise and nutrition into her practice.

Gerry MacAdam

Osteopath (Thesis Candidate), BSc, RMT

Gerry MacAdam received a BSc in Biology from UPEI in 2010 and completed the massage therapy program at ICT Northumberland College in 2012, where he was awarded the “Certificate of Excellence” by the Massage Therapy Association of Nova Scotia. That same year he started attending the Canadian College of Osteopathy, where he has finished his 5-year program and is now working on a 2-year thesis to finish his osteopathic studies.

Using a wide variety of techniques, including myofascial release, joint manipulation, craniosacral therapy, among many others – Gerry uses an osteopathic approach to find the root cause of your pain. Osteopathy takes a look at the individual and not just symptoms, so all of Gerry’s treatments are tailored specifically to you, not just your presenting symptoms.

Gerry has a passion for athletics, after a lifetime of sports involvement. Namely, a track career that spanned over a decade, and consisted of several national championships, Canada Games, and Olympic trial appearances.

Jordanne Buote

Chiropractor, BSc, DC

Dr. Jordanne Buote grew up in Summerside, PEI and is happy to have called Charlottetown her home for the last 5 years after returning to the island. Jordanne attended Dalhousie University and received a degree in BSc in Kinesiology in 2015. She graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto in June of 2019 and received the designation Doctor of Chiropractic.

Jordanne is certified in Clinical Acupuncture and utilizes many different treatment techniques, including myofascial release, drop piece and manual adjusting, instrument assisted soft tissue therapy, and exercise rehabilitation. Her favorite exercises are Pilates-based and focus on stability and function of the trunk so patients can continue moving well as they age. She especially loves working with women’s health, and has a deep interest in how our lifestyles impact our physical health. Outside of practice, you will find Jordanne in a yoga class, on the beach with a good book, or walking in the woods.


Alexandre Cuffley-Hébert

Physiotherapist, BSc, MScPT

Alexandre Cuffley-Hébert grew up in Charlottetown, PEI and is fully bilingual in both English and French. He has a Master's degree in Physiotherapy from University of Ottawa (2019) as well as a Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology from University of Moncton (2017). While completing his Bachelor's degree, his passion for physiotherapy grew after working as a student trainer for the University of Moncton Varsity Volleyball team. Since completing his Master's degree, Alex has now had over 2 years of clinical experience in physiotherapy treating a wide range of orthopedic injuries. Having played many sports growing up, he has a special interest in sports injuries and effective return to play strategies to get you back in the game. Alex continues to further his education in order to optimize his treatment plans and offer you the best care possible and just recently became certified in dry needling.
When he's not working on getting you better, you can find him at the nearest golf course, out riding his bike or on the ice playing hockey. Alex also loves to spend time outdoors, whether he's camping with friends, relaxing on the beach or working in his vegetable garden.




95$ | Initial consultation

78$ | Follow-up visit

145$ | Bike fitting

90$ | Functional Movement Screening


95$ | Initial consultation

65$ | Follow-up visit


85$ | 30 minutes

95$ | 45 minutes

110$ | 1 hour

160$ | 90 minutes

Massage with Osteopathic Approach

65$ + HST | 30 minutes

85$ + HST | 45 minutes



Symmetrics Health

North Entrance-The Mount

143 Mount Edward Rd, Charlottetown PE, C1A 5T1

Open Hours

Monday 8AM–4PM
Tuesday 8AM–6PM
Wednesday 8AM–4PM
Thursday 8AM–6PM
Friday 8AM–2PM

Contact Us

Phone: 902-370-MOVE(6683)

Fax: 902-892-1670

Symmetrics Health

143 Mt Edward Rd, Charlottetown, PE C1A 5T1, Canada