Saint John Sports Medicine Clinic & Renova Physiotherapy: Over a Quarter Century of Care

The founders opened Saint John Sports Medicine Clinic in 1987 and Renova Physiotherapy in 1986. We are honored to be the oldest physiotherapy clinics in Saint John with the Saint John Sports Medicine Clinic celebrating over 25 years of service and Renova Physiotherapy celebrating their 30th anniversary this year.


The Saint John Sports Medicine Clinic has been located in the Canada Games Aquatic Center for over 25 years and now our Renova Physiotherapy Clinic, with over 30 years’ experience, has joined us in the Canada Games Aquatic Center. As primary health care providers, our goal is to restore, maintain and improve function, improve movement and overall wellbeing. Through our in depth knowledge of how the body works, an appropriate treatment plan will be developed based on an assessment and paying close attention to your history.


Our team of office staff, physiotherapists and kinesiologist, utilizes the Aquatic Center facility to provide a unique experience to the community. Our physiotherapists annually participate in continuing their education and practice evidence based treatment. Treatment plans may include techniques and modalities in the clinic or fitness/pool facilities. The physiotherapists will monitor progress, improvement in your symptoms and function throughout treatment and report this back to your treating physician(s).


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Our Team

Saint John Sports Medicine Clinic


Kenneth C. W. Salmon

B.P.E., BSc. P.T., M.C.P.A.,

Physiotherapist

Over 30 Years' Experience

Member of Canadian Physiotherapy Association


Ken Salmon has combined his degrees in physical education and physiotherapy to develop an active approach to physiotherapy, over the past 30 years.


Ken is continually keeping abreast of new approaches in rehabilitation as well as new technology to assist patients in accessing our services. He recently received the latest training in concussion management. We now know much more about the physiology and assessment of concussion. Evaluation and proper progression of exercise are key components in assisting people returning to normal activity, work and sport.


Evidence based treatment is always striven for and when you combine this with experience and a very personalized approach the results are most often very positive.


Ken likes to stay active himself, participating in sailing, hiking, hockey, and skiing. He is really just trying to keep up to his three 20 something year old sons.


Kathleen M. MacLennan

BA, HK,

Kinesiologist



Renova Physiotherapy Clinic


Sheryl A. Salmon

B.P.E., BSc. P.T., M.C.P.A.,

Physiotherapist

Over 30 Years’ Experience

Member of Canadian Physiotherapy Association

Saint John Sports Medicine Clinic Canada Games Aquatic Center 506-634-1415 and Renova Physiotherapy Canada Games Aquatic Center 506-634-7489
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