Meaghan Hindle, CAT (C), CSCS

Meaghan’s passion for helping people move better comes from a lifetime of sports involvement and active lifestyle. She played many sports in high school, such as soccer, flag football, and basketball. She eventually narrowed down her interests to ringette, where she played for the AAA team at the Canada Winter Games in 2015, and later the National Ringette League. She has learned a lot from these experiences and strives to incorporate this into her work and daily life! It’s all about achieving a balance, and enjoying the process!

These interests brought her to Concordia University, where she completed her undergraduate and graduate studies in Exercise Science, with a specialization in Athletic Therapy and Neuromechanics. She helped conduct a study on chronic pain and the psychological implications behind injury in order to help more patients struggling with the long term effects of pain. This study was published in the Journal of Sports Rehabilitation, in hopes of sharing the results with other healthcare professionals. Meg is very passionate about helping people improve their quality of life through various modalities, exercise and proper biomechanics. She will work tirelessly to ensure her patients reach their goals in a way that is motivating, enjoyable and unique. She believes moving well is the key to anything we want to accomplish!


  • B. Sc. Exercise Science, Athletic Therapy – Concordia University 2020
  • M.S. Health and Exercise Science – Concordia University 2021
  • Certified Athletic Therapist – CATA 2021
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist – NSCA 2021

Being outdoors: hiking, skiing, biking, paddle boarding, running
Being with family and friends
Yoga and Pilates


“You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take” – Wayne Gretzky