Dr. Krista Borrowman graduated from Queen’s University in 1997 with a degree in Kinesiology and a degree in Biology. Knowing she wanted to be part of the health field and aiming for some flexibility in a career with raising a family, she went on to graduate from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2001.
Looking to escape the congestion of Toronto, Dr. Borrowman and her husband moved to Halifax and established Kingswood Chiropractic Health Centre in November of 2002. Dr. Borrowman enjoys living and working in Kingswood and has three busy boys and a little girl. She tries to promote and encourage an active lifestyle and has completed two marathons.
Stephanie is a graduate from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy. She has been practicing in Halifax since the spring of 2019. Prior to finding her passion in massage therapy, she graduated with a BSc. from Mount Allison University in 2015. She takes a special interest in prenatal and infant massage, and has been a trained doula for six years.
Stephanie is a true believer in aiming to find the root of the issue and treating that, alongside your physical symptoms. She is excited to help make a treatment plan with you that is attainable and specific to your needs, and get you back on the road to recovery! Paving this road together, while the clients take an active role in their journey, allows for the highest potential of healing– both short term and long term.
Erika graduated with honours from the 2200 hour RMT program at Eastern College in January of 2020.
Since starting out her new career, she has experience in a variety of techniques, including swedish massage, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, and cupping.
Erika believes massage can benefit everyone, and tailors assessment and treatment plans specific to the short term and long term needs for each client.
In her spare time she loves being outdoors and practicing yoga. She looks forward to practicing and meeting everyone at Kingswood Chiropractic Health Center!
Kelly graduated from the Royal Canadian College of Massage Therapy in 2012 and has practiced in different parts of Canada and the world! As a registered member of the CMTO and the Massage Association of Nova Scotia she is passionate about massage therapy and its promotion as a health care profession. Kelly takes a wholistic approach to her treatments and enjoys helping people achieve their long-term wellness goals.
Her experience in clinic and spa settings has influenced her philosophy that massage therapy is most beneficial when therapeutic techniques are combined with a relaxing touch. Kelly works with her clients to create treatment plans that focus on increasing their daily living activities. She has compassion and understanding for the process of healing and wellness and her goal as a therapist is to provide treatments that will leave you feeling renewed.