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Meet the Team


Sharron Smith

Chiropractic Assistant

Sharron Smith

Sharron Smith

Sharron has taken care of patients at the front desk for 10 years now at Truro Chiropractic and Massage Therapy. She started out as a patient and was delighted when the Chiropractic Assistant position became available, having received her Diploma in Business Office Management in 2000. Embracing the chiropractic lifestyle has been important to Sharron, and she enjoys helping others learn to benefit from it.

Please let Sharron know if there is anything she can do for you.


Jason Harb

Jason Harb

Jason Harb

Jason Harb is a recent graduate of Eastern College School of Massage Therapy. Jason has a passion for health and wellness and believes Massage Therapy is a contributor to overall well being. He is competent in a variety of techniques including Swedish Massage, Myofascial Release, and Deep Tissue. Jason is excited to work in a multi disciplinary clinic and be a part of your recovery team. Jason is a long time resident of Truro. He is a father, grandfather, and is involved in community sports, especially basketball. He continues to play himself on a regular basis as well he spends time assisting to coach youth basketball.


Gordon Tees

Traditional Chinese Medicine

Gordon Tees

Gordon Tees

Gordon Tees graduated as a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine (Dr. TCM) from the International College of TCM (Victoria/Vancouver BC) in 1995. From 1998-2001 he was also an audit team member with the Private Post Secondary Commission of BC. He is currently a member in good standing with the Nova Scotia Association of Acupuncturists. As required Gordon continues to maintain his knowledge and skill level by taking continuing education courses in Acupuncture.

The World Health Organization mentions that there are a number of diseases, symptoms or conditions that have been; “proved-through controlled trials-to be an effective treatment”, as well as “Acupuncture can be regarded as the method of choice for treating many chronically painful conditions”.

When coming in for a TCM/Acupuncture consultation or treatment you are going to be asked a lot of questions. These questions will be about what your ‘chief complaint’ is and the symptoms, but enquires will also be made about your overall health. It is important from a TCM perspective to understand as much about the individual’s whole health in order to formulate a treatment platform. We look for patterns in your health and need to differentiate what your particular condition is. No two individuals will exhibit the same symptoms. There will be some that are shared, but the individual being an individual, will develop symptoms systematic to their overall health. With this understanding a TCM/Acupuncture practitioner will be able to address not only the symptoms but equally important the ‘root’ of the condition.
“Helping you, help yourself”


Amanda Wesley

Licensed Practical Nurse

Amanda Wesley

Amanda is a nurse who specializes in Diabetic and Advanced footcare. She helps patients with toenails and fingernails that need special attention such as filing, cutting, callous and corn removal. A full health assessment is taken including medications, history and diagnosis.

She works on fungal, brittle, and ramshorn nails with sterilized tools and a nail dremel. Patients who need her assistance often suffer from diabetes, arthritis, neuropathy, paralysis or injury.

Amanda has been a nurse since 2010 and has certification from Conestoga and Mohawk Colleges for Practical Nursing and Advanced Diabetic Footcare for Nurses. Please contact our office for scheduling and more information.


Ready to get started? Please call our Truro office to arrange a time so that we may meet you and discuss your particular health issue.