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Advantage Physiotherapy opened on February 28, 2008 in the Nashwaaksis Plaza next to the SuperStore. We are celebrating our 9th year in business this month!


Advantage Physiotherapy is locally owned and operated by physiotherapist Rob Willcott. Advantage Physiotherapy is not a franchise or part of any chain of clinics. In fact, it is the only locally owned physiotherapy clinic on the Northside.


The reason for opening this practice is to ensure that quality physiotherapy care is offered to all his patients by a professional and caring staff. You are not just a number!


All Physiotherapists licensed with College of Physiotherapists of NB:



We Support:


Advantage Physiotherapy is proud to sponsor Heart and Stroke Foundation and Fredericton Food Bank.

Advantage Physiotherapy's mission is to offer a proactive approach to health and wellness. Patience and time is offered to all patients to ensure all questions are answered.

Our Team

Rob Willcott - Physiotherapist/President

Rob is physiotherapist and owner of Advantage Physiotherapy. Rob received his physiotherapy degree from Dalhousie University in 2003. He also received an honours degree in Kinesiology from Dalhousie University in 1999. Rob is also a Certified Exercise Physiologist with the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology.


Rob began his career in health care as a Kinesiologist with the Canadian Armed Forces. He then worked as a civilian Physiotherapist at CFB Gagetown. He opened Advantage Physiotherapy in 2008 since it was his dream to operate his own practice on the Northside.


Rob has a strong background in the treatment of neck and back injuries as well as other peripheral injuries of the body. He has also worked with many athletes at the high school, university and professional level. 

When not working, Rob enjoys spending his time with his wife and two beautiful children.  He also gets to wear the ugly golf sweater when losing his annual golf tournament.

Dawn Mockler - Physiotherapist

Dawn brings with her more than 20 years of experience as a physiotherapist. Dawn has spent the last 16 years in private practice (orthopedics).


Dawn received her Bachelor of Science Degree (Biology) in 1987, then a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy from Dalhousie University in 1990. Keeping current, Dawn has continued her education, taking many courses which include Sahrmann Level II, Butler and a Mulligan course.


An avid runner and mother of 3 school age children; Dawn realizes the importance of maintaining your mobility! She gives back to the community by volunteering as guest speaker with the Arthritis Society and the Running Room

Maurice Aube - Physiotherapist


Maurice graduated from UNB Fredericton with a Bachelor of Science degree and obtained his Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy from Dalhousie University in 2000. Maurice has been working in orthopaedic Physiotherapy ever since. He worked in private practice as a clinician and clinic manager for 6 years following graduation, as a civilian Physiotherapist at CFB Gagetown for 8 years and is currently the Diagnostic and Therapeutic Services Manager at CFB Gagetown. He has taken numerous continuing education courses with a particular focus on the diagnosis and management of neck and back pain using the McKenzie system and ensures that he stays up to date with the scientific literature. Maurice takes great pride in providing science-based care and values achieving successful outcomes when working with motivated patients toward a common goal.


Maurice is married with 2 daughters. He enjoys camping and hiking with his family and plays in a competitive men’s basketball league. Maurice can provide Physiotherapy services in both English and French.

Kevin MacIsaac - Physiotherapist

Kevin is originally from PEI and moved to Fredericton in 2009 after graduating from Dalhousie University. Kevin also holds a Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics degree from St. Francis Xavier University. He has been and continues to work in the hospital since coming here in 2009 and joined the Advantage team in December of 2015.

After graduating he has continued his eduction by taking courses each year and draws much of his inspiration for treatment from
concepts developed by Brian Mulligan and Robin Mckenzie. 

During the winter months he plays in a local competitive basketball league and spends much of his spare time snowmobiling. The rest of the year he enjoys weight lifting, ultimate frisbee, four wheeling, enjoying the outdoors and visiting with friends and family in PEI.


Kim Holland - Physiotherapist

Kim is from Rothesay, New Brunswick, and graduated from Dalhousie University with a BSc in Physiotherapy in 1997.  After graduation she came to Fredericton to practice.  She has a broad scope of interest in her work, treating work and sport injuries, as well as aiding post-operative patients and those who need help with more general situations.  Kim lives on the north side of Fredericton, has three children, an active puppy, and enjoys hiking and playing basketball. 


Mary Standing - Physiotherapy Assistant


Mary graduated from Centennial College in 2018 as an OTA/PTA (Occupational Therapist Assistant/ Physiotherapist Assistant) and came to Advantage Physiotherapy in January 2022. Mary is originally from New Maryland and now resides in Fredericton, along with her son and partner. Mary has a passion for biking, gardening, crafts and spending time with her close-knit family and friends.


Karie Molnar - Office Manager

Karie graduated from Sheridan College in 2007 as an Medical Administrator and came to Advantage Physiotherapy in Nov 2020. Karie is originally from Burlington, Ontario and now resides in Hanwell with her husband and fur-babies. Karie is an avid movie-goer, video gamer, enjoys ATV trail rides, sports and spending time with family and friends.


Jacky Dempster Registered Massage Therapist

Jacky was born and raised here in New Brunswick, where she spent most her time in the dance studio, focusing on classical ballet. She continued with that passion, teaching dance to all ages for the last 15 years, continuing to grow her interest in how the body moves and heals. She then decided to go back to school to pursue a career in massage therapy and has recently graduated with honours from the Atlantic College of Therapeutic Massage.


During her time at school she had the opportunity to work with UNB athletes, the general public and jumped at the chance to volunteer at the Fredericton Marathons and the ECMAs. Beyond relaxation and Swedish massage, Jacky is trained in sports massage, myofascial release and hot stone massage.  She is hoping to soon add cupping and taping to her repertoire. 

Jacky has always had a passion and love for helping people. She believes every client is individual and their treatment should be tailored and unique to suit their individual needs.

Jacky is excited and looking forward to meeting new clients! 

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