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VANITA MALHOTRA

Physiotherapist / Owner

Quinpool Road, Halifax HQ

In January 1994, Vanita Malhotra took ownership of Renova Physiotherapy Clinic – Armdale (Halifax). By January 2002, Classic Managed Care & Rehabilitation Services Inc. was born, with the focus on medico-legal assessments and industrial rehabilitation services. In the years that followed, Classic Physiotherapy and Work Rehabilitation expanded to include: five clinics: 4 in NS, one in NB, Community based OT and PT services including over 25 Long Term Care contracts; SCOT Kids: our therapists who are dedicated to working with children; OT services provided on a weekly basis for children of a Nova Scotia First Nation community; OT and PT services provided to our Veterans in their homes and in our clinics; Our NS clinics are Tiers 1 WCB approved; Our NB clinic is approved for all services by WSNB.

As well as overseeing the company operations and all that is involved in keeping such a growing network running smoothly, Vanita continues to practice as a physiotherapist, seeing clients on a daily basis.


SARA SALEH - Physiotherapist - Hatchet Lake Clinic

Sara graduated from University of Sharjah  with a Bachelors of Science in Physiotherapy in 2015. Following her graduation, she pursued a 6-month internship in Jordan where she assessed and treated various Musculoskeletal, Neurological and Pediatric cases in outpatient and inpatient clinical settings. She also attained a Thoracic, Lumbar and Sacroiliac Joint Mobilization certification in 2016. In 2018, she graduated with a Master’s in Rehabilitation Research from the School of Physiotherapy from Dalhousie University. Her research interests were focused on human gait and biomechanics in individuals with osteoarthritis. She uses her research experience along with her diverse clinical exposure to help guide inform her clinical decision making skills.


SATNAM CHOHAN – Dartmouth/Quinpool Clinics

Originally from Brampton, ON, Satnam graduated from the University of Guelph-Humber’s Bachelor of Applied Science, Kinesiology program while concurrently obtaining a certificate in Fitness and Health Promotion in 2017. He then pursued Physiotherapy at Dalhousie University from which he obtained his Master’s of Science in Physiotherapy.

For the past 4 years he also worked as a Certified Personal Trainer in both the private and public sector in Halifax and Toronto where he trained clients one-on-one and in group settings to re-define their health and fitness.

Satnam’s knowledge plus application of movement, fitness and exercise prescription along with his hands-on approach to therapy is what makes him unique to better serve clients. In his free time, he enjoys staying active, exploring new areas around the HRM for a casual stroll, hike or even a scenic drive.


PAM MCNAMARA – Elmsdale Clinic

Originally from Bedford, Nova Scotia, Pam graduated with a Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation in Physical Therapy from the University of Manitoba in 1992.

During her career, Pam   has worked in a hospital setting, long-term care and private practice in Canada and the United States.

Pam stays current with the latest evidence-based treatment approaches, and has taken post-graduate courses in acupuncture, manual therapy, orthopedics, sports injury rehabilitation, pain management and arthritis care, just to name a few.

Since 2010, Pam and her family have called East Hants home, and she has been part of the team at Classic Physiotherapy in Elmsdale.  She is excited to be able to help the members of her community achieve their healthy living goals.


Caitlin Wohlfahrt

Hatchet Lake Clinic

Caitlin completed her Bachelors of Science in Human Kinetics at Saint Francis Xavier University before going onto Dalhousie University to complete her Masters of Science in Physiotherapy in 2018. She has worked at multiple Classic Physiotherapy locations but now is located in Prospect.

Her treatments include manual therapy, exercise prescription, patient education and dry needling.

She is always excited to meet new patients and to work closely with them in order to help them reach their rehabilitation goals.


Krista Plourde Gallant


Jungwook Na


Monique Roberts


Dominique Miles


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