Dal PT Clinic

***NOTE: Entrance to the clinic is now through the new Dalplex entrance, directly at the bottom of the driveway leading to the parking lot.***



Dalplex, Room 224
6260 South Street | PO Box 15000
Halifax, NS  B3H 4R2
T: 902-494-1502 | F: 902-494-1864
ptclinic@dal.ca |www.dal.ca/ptclinic


The Dalhousie Physiotherapy Clinic has been established as a partnership between Dalhousie University’s School of Physiotherapy, within the Faculty of Health (Dal Health), and the Department of Athletics and Recreation.

As a university-based clinic, the Dal PT Clinic provides two unique connections:

(1)    Linking patient care with student education, by providing experiential learning opportunities, under the supervision of licensed Physiotherapists, to students in the Masters of Science (Physiotherapy) program and other health disciplines within the Faculty of Health; and
(2)    Linking patient care and clinical research taking place in the School of Physiotherapy, Dal Health and beyond.

The Dal PT Clinic offers physiotherapy services to the Dalhousie, Halifax and Nova Scotia communities. All patient care is provided under the supervision of a licensed Physiotherapist.


The Dal PT Clinic offers physiotherapy services to the Dalhousie, Halifax and Nova Scotia communities. All patient care is provided under the supervision of a licensed Physiotherapist.

Dal PT Clinic offers accessibility to diverse clientele, including an all –gender washroom, private assessment rooms and semi-private assessment areas with curtains. Call Dal PT Clinic reception at 902-494-1502 for specific accommodation.


Rhonda Reardon PT
BSc (Phys), BSc (PT), MSc (RS)

MCPA (Member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association)
Clinic Manager, Physiotherapist

Sandra Curwin PT
BSc (PT), MSc (Kine), PhD (Kine)


Cassandra MacGillivary PT
BSc, MSc (PT)





Monday to Friday, 7:00AM to 7:00PM
Saturday, 10:00AM to 2:00PM

Clinic Cancellation: Please note Dal PT Clinic follows Dalhousie University cancellation/closure procedures.The Dalhousie main web page carries up-to-date storm cancellation/closure information as of 6:00 a.m. Check www.dal.ca for current cancellation/closure information. The University switchboard (902-494-2211) will carry a recorded message as well.

The Dal PT Clinic is located in the Dalplex athletic facility, on the Dalhousie Studley Campus. Upon entering the main doors, continue to the Dalplex Customer Service desk.The Customer Service representatives will direct you from there.

Dalhousie Physiotherapy Clinic
Dalplex, Room 224
6260 South Street | PO Box 15000
Halifax, NS  B3H 4R2
T: 902-494-1502 | F: 902-494-1864
ptclinic@dal.ca | dal.ca/ptclinic


Book online now! Please note that online booking does not represent all available timeslots. If you do not see a time that is suitable for your scheduled, please call Dal PT Clinic reception desk at 902-494-1502.

Initial Assessment: $80.00
Follow-up Treatment: $65.00
Student Initial Assessment: $70.00
Student Follow-up Treatment: $55.00

Direct Billing is currently available with Medavie Blue Cross, as well as most other insurance companies through Telus e-health (Manulife, SunLife, Great West Life, Desjardins and Chambers of Commerce).

Payment accepted by Interac (Debit), Visa and Mastercard only. Cash or cheques not accepted.

Students with DSU insurance can now use their Blue Cross coverage directly in our clinic, only the co-pay portion of $11.00 ($25.00 for the first appointment) needs to be paid directly to the clinic per visit. Credit and Debit accepted only.


If this is your first time attending the clinic, we have 3 forms you will complete at your first appointment. If you prefer, you can download the forms below and complete them electronically, or print them, fill in by hand and bring them with you to your appointment.

Electronic completed forms: Please save with your name (Last name, First name) at the beginning of the file name, then e-mail to 'ptclinic@dal.ca' with your name in the subject line.

example: DoeJane.Form.MedicalHistory

Medical History Form

Patient Intake Form

Consent Form


Media Contacts: Dawn Morrison
Faculty of Health
Dalhousie University

Angela Barrett-Jewers
Varsity Marketing & Communications
Dalhousie University



Dalhousie's University-run Physiotherapy Clinic

Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Health (Dal Health) and Department of Athletics and Recreation are pleased to announce the creation of the Dalhousie Physiotherapy Clinic. Situated in Dalplex, the Dal PT Clinic will offer a broad range of physiotherapy services to the Dalhousie, Halifax and Nova Scotia communities.

Established through a collaborative partnership between Dal Health’s School of Physiotherapy and the Department of Athletics and Recreation’s Varsity Athletics and Dalplex, the Dal PT Clinic will be closely aligned with the university’s teaching and research mission.

“This is a great opportunity to to offer innovative experiential learning and clinical placement opportunities for our physiotherapy students,” says Brenda Merritt, Dean of the Faculty of Health (Acting). “A university-based clinic will also allow us to link the cutting edge research happening in our labs and centres with service provision to our broader community.”

As in some private physiotherapy clinics and most public hospitals, the licenced physiotherapists working in the Dal PT Clinic will supervise student-patient interactions with students from Dal’s Masters of Science in Physiotherapy program.

“The clinic will give physio students a valuable opportunity to gain hands on experience working with real people, who have real injuries, in an authentic physiotherapy environment,” says Gregg Bandy, who graduated from Dal with his MScPT yesterday. “The chance to work with athletes will allow physio students to see various types of injuries, utilize a multitude of different treatment techniques, and work with a unique patient population.”

“We’re very excited about this opportunity,” says Anne Fenety, Director of the School of Physiotherapy and Assistant Dean, Innovation for the Faculty of Health. “This clinic will provide two unique connections: First, we can link patient care with student education through students in the clinic and patients in the classroom. Second, we can link patients with researchers in the School’s labs and research centers, where highly specialized equipment can enhance both patient care and research results.”

Open to anyone needing physiotherapy service, the clinic will have a focus on meeting the needs of the Dal community.

“It is exciting for the Department of Athletics and Recreation to collaborate on this important initiative,” says Tim Maloney, Director of Varsity Athletics. “Working closely with the Faculty of Health to provide experiential learning and research opportunities, while delivering outstanding care to our students allows us to deliver on a number of important strategic priorities for Dalhousie.”

******Opened Dec 4th 2017 ******