Your treatment is only as good as your health care provider! At Charlottetown Physiotherapy our treatment style is personable, relaxed, and motivating. We provide thorough assessments, an evidence-based approach, and we spend lots of time with each client during treatment sessions. This “quality over quantity” philosophy is highly effective in getting clients back to their daily routine as soon as possible.


David MacKenzie B Sc. MD Dip Sport Medicine

Dr. MacKenzie is a Charlottetown Family Physician with an interest in Sports Medicine. He is a member of the Canadian Acadamy of Sports Medicine, receiving his Diploma in Sports Medicine in 1999 granted by the Acadamy of Sports Medicine.

Dr MacKenzie has operated the Sports Medicine Clinic out of Charlottetown Physiotherapy for the past 10 years. The Sports medicine clinic (Sport Med) provides care dedicated to the management of sport related injuries. Dr. MacKenzie has provided extensive coverage to many Island sport teams and sporting events including:

  • Chief Medical Officer to the Canada Summer Games
  • Venue manager for the 1991 Canada Winter Games
  • Medical Officer for the BMO National Figure Skating Championships
  • Physician for the Canadian National Womens Hockey camp on PEI
  • Team Physician for the PEI Senators of the AHL
  • Team Physician for the PEI Rocket of the QMJHL and the Charlottetown Abbies

Tom Crowell Physiotherapist

Tom is a graduate of Acadia, Queens and Dalhousie Universities obtaining his physiotherapy degree in 1987. Since that time he has worked in both the hospital and private practice setting. Specializing in orthopedic and sports medicine rehabilitation, he has also served as team physiotherapist for a number of university teams including the Dalhousie Tigers men's soccer teams and St Mary's football and men's hockey teams. Since graduating he has pursued a wide variety of post graduate courses focusing on orthopedic and sports medicine topics. His primary areas of interest involves both acute and chronic orthopedic conditions. As a long time runner and swimmer he has a specialty interest in running and swimming injuries. He is a certified swim coach and Swim Canada Official. He is married with three children and lives in Charlottetown. When not working he enjoys running and cycling, and is involved with administration of the Charlottetown Bluephins Swim Team. He is also serves on thd board of directors for SPORT PEI.

Kent Crosby Physiotherapist

Kent is a graduate of UPEI and obtained his Physiotherapy Degree from McMaster University in 1995. He has worked in both the hospital and private practice clinical settings in neurology, pediatrics, orthopedics and sports medicine rehabilitation. He has pursued post graduate education in the areas of orthopedics, sports medicine, acupuncture, custom knee bracing, orthotic prescription, and concussion management. Over the past 19 years he has treated a wide variety of conditions and particularly enjoys post-operative rehabilitation. Kent is married and lives in Sherwood with his wife, seventeen year old son and a twenty  two year old daughter. He coaches hockey and enjoys cycling, running, and playing hockey.

Randy Goodman

Randy Goodman Physiotherapist Clinical Specialist in Sports Physiotherapy

We at Charlottetown Physiotherapy are very pleased to welcome Randy to our team.

Randy is one of the premier sport physiotherapists in Canada. He has provided care and advice for some of the best athletes in Canada in the field of injury return to sport and athlete development. He provides guidance and mentoring to therapists throughout North America on how to maximize recovery and performance in developing and elite athletes.

While his passion is working with developing athletes, Randy has worked with athletes from virtually all professional levels of sport. This includes athletes from the NHL, NFL, NBA, MLS, PGA, AHL, NCAA, and CIS. He has provided coverage for multiple international sporting events including World Championships, the Pan Am Games, and  the Olympics.

As well, he has coordinated care and development for multiple national teams including the Canadian Figure Skating and Freestyle Ski teams, and consults with other national teams on the design of their integrated support for athletes.  He has worked at the national and international level with hockey, basketball, soccer, vollyball, skiing, snowboard, figure skating , football, golf, athletics, triathlon, tennis, XC skiing, wakeboard, swimming and diving, gymnastics, baseball, and Paralympic sports. He speaks throughout North America on the rehabilitation and training of developing athletes.

Randy has worked for the past 27 years at all levels of sport culminating in supervising Therapy Services for the Athlete Village for the 2010 Olympic Games. This experience includes managing clinics in the Okanagan, as a director of Fortius Institute, a premierSPort Medicine,Science and Athlete Training Facility in Vancouver with over 100 staff including Physicians,therapists,scientists and training staff.

Randy and his wife Brenda now reside in Kingston, PEI.


Shelley Mokler-Clark Physiotherapist

Shelley graduated from UPEI in 1991 after completing her Biology degree and received her Physiotherapy degree at Queen’s University in 1996. She has worked in both Canada and United States and has worked in both hospital and private clinic settings. She has done post graduate training in acupuncture, vestibular rehabilitation, neurology, orthopedics, sports medicine, pediatrics, geriatrics, and spinal cord injuries. Shelly specializes in balance, vestibular, and neurological rehabilitation. Shelley is married and lives in Mermaid and has four busy, daughters. She enjoys walking, cycling, camping, teaching Sparks and Sunday School.

Edie Rogers Physiotherapist

Edie is a graduate of Acadia University and obtained her Physiotherapy degree at Dalhousie University in 1989. Since that time she has worked in orthopedics and rehabilitation both in Nova Scotia and at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Charlottetown. Over the past 16 years Edie has done post graduate studies in acupuncture, Functional Capacity Evaluations, and Functional Job Analysis. She also specializes in ergonomic assessments. She is available for home visit consultations. Edie coaches swimming with the Charlottetown Bluephins Swim Club and participates in Masters swimming herself. She has three children who all swim as well.

Marie Brine

Occupational Therapist

Marie has been working as a consulting Occupational Therapist since 1985 when she graduated from Dalhousie University. Marie has done post graduate work in, and provides a broad range of private O.T. services including:

  • Cognitive rehabilitation
  • Progressive goal setting/PGAP Provider
  • Ergonomics
  • Pain management
  • Return to work programs

Tracy Wood Receptionist

Jackie Smith Physiotherapy Assistant