Physiotherapy is provided on-site in Fredericton, Saint John, Woodstock, and Sussex by Town Physio PC

Physiotherapy focuses on restoring movement and function in people suffering from injury or disease with the approach that exercise is medicine.


Angela Henry is the lead physiotherapist for Town Phyio PC.  She practices in Fredericton and Woodstock.

Angela returned to her hometown of Fredericton in 2017 after spending 20 years residing in New Hampshire. She started her physiotherapy career in 1999 as a physical therapist assistant. Seeing that she had so much more to offer to her clients and always a drive to learn about the human body, Angela graduated with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2009 from Franklin Pierce University. She has worked in outpatient orthopedics, inpatient rehabilitation facilities and home health and hospice care, where she specialized in wound care and is a certified decongestive/lymphedema therapist. Angela enjoys working with a variety of conditions and ages and strives to help her clients with individualized plans, and from an evidence-based approach. Angela enjoys the ongoing learning process from continuing education courses to be able to provide her clients with the best up-to-date treatment options.

For more information, go HERE





Lauren Richardson is a physiotherapist who practices in Saint John and Sussex

Lauren Richardson comes to us from Edmonton, Alberta.  She has been practicing for ten years and has a special focus on women’s health, and pediatrics while also helping out with sports injuries and neuromusculoskeletal health.

For more information, go HERE






Teague Forman, based out of Carleton County, works part time in the Woodstock office.

Teague is a 2021 graduate of Dalhousie University.  Having grown up in Carleton County, Teague is looking forward to giving back to her community.  Teague spends her days with Extra-mural and evenings with Town Physio at the Woodstock office.

To book an appointment go HERE.






Katie Bonvie, is a physiotherapist assistant working in Fredericton with Angela Henry.