We are an evidenced based chiropractic and massage therapy clinic that has been serving the Halifax Regional Municipality since 2002. At Armdale Chiropractic our goal is to determine what is causing your pain, treat the areas of discomfort and then educate you in how to keep your pain from returning through rehabilitative exercise and postural advice.
We offer our patients the convenience of direct billing whenever possible and remind you that you do not need a medical doctor’s referral to come to our clinic for chiropractic treatment. We have early morning, lunchtime and late evening appointments for your convenience and pride ourselves on being on time for you scheduled appointment because we realize your time is important.
Meet The Team
B.Sc., DC, Chiropractor
Dr. Peter Carey
Dr. Peter Carey is originally from Stephenville, Newfoundland but now calls Hammonds Plains, Nova Scotia home. He obtained a Bachelor of Science degree from Acadia University in 1999 and graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2003. In addition Peter was certified as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist in 2002.
In addition to owning Armdale Chiropractic, Peter also practices two half days per week in a multidisciplinary setting at the Northwood Community Health Centre and does some consulting work in the insurance industry. He has participated in the Independent Chiropractic Evaluators program at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and has completed postgraduate training in rehabilitation of the spine, rehabilitation of the shoulder, strength and conditioning and functional rehab/exercise of mechanical disorders of the spine. Additionally, he has served as an independent chiropractic consultant with Rehabilitative Ergonomics, Lifemark Health, CBI Health, Centric Health, TD Meloche Monnex, Intact Insurance and Seidan Health.
When not busy at the clinic, Peter can usually be found hanging out with his wife Michelle and daughters, Grace and Lauren.
Registered Massage Therapist
Janice Fleet was born and raised in halifax while also mixing in some military family moves in her younger years, taking her across Canada. She has grown up participating in many sports including dance, swimming, cross country, badminton, and most favoured, rugby ( named captain grades 11 and 12).
She continues to live an active lifestyle in the forms of weight training, running, skiing and playing on a club rugby team. Her education after High School has included a year studying Kinesiology at Acadia University, a semester studying Arts at Saint Mary’s University and Graduating from ICT Northumberland College of Massage Therapy.
A commonly thought motto of hers is “health is wealth” as she applies this to herself and wishes to do the same for others by aiding them in the areas she has been trained.