Anna Campbell, PT Halifax Clinic
(she/her) Born and raised in Cape Breton, Anna’s first part-time job was as a physiotherapist aide at a local private clinic, sparking her interest in the profession. She continued her education at Cape Breton University, completing her Bachelor of Science in Biology while playing hockey for their women’s intercollegiate team. During her time at CBU, Anna also volunteered as a Student Athletic Trainer for the men’s and women’s varsity teams. With a passion for helping others, Anna followed her career path and attended Dalhousie University, graduating in 2019 with a Master’s in Physiotherapy.
Anna provides her clients with treatment plans tailored to each individual, offering a variety of treatment options, including functional dry needling. Her goal is to help the community through physical therapy by supporting and empowering individuals to achieve optimal health and general well-being. She believes in the importance of lifelong learning and collaboration with other health professionals to best support her clients throughout their recovery.
Anna lives an active lifestyle and enjoys sports, especially playing and coaching hockey. She values quality time with family and friends, and you’ll often find her travelling home to Cape Breton.