pillars of health

Our Practitioners

Dr. Jennifer Salib Huber
Naturopathic Doctor & Registered Dietitian
Dr. Jennifer Salib-Huber is a naturopathic doctor and registered dietitian who has been in practice since 2004. She works with patients of all ages, and especially loves working with women and children. She is a member of the Nova Scotia Association of Naturopathic Doctors, the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors and the Nova Scotia Dietetic Association.
Dr. Denise Wright
Dr. Denise Wright is originally from Cape Breton. She attended Acadia University for her B.Sc. in Biology and went to Toronto to study at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College for four years to become a chiropractor. Dr. Wright enjoys being part of a health care team. “The patient really benefits when I have such great people to refer to- whether it is down the hall or up the street, “ explains Dr. Wright. Dr. Wright lives in Dartmouth with her family.
Meghan Munro
Registered Massage Therapist

Meghan has been a practicing Registered Massage Therapist since graduating with honors from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 2008. Over the last 10 years in practice Meghan has taken courses to further benefit her clientele and increase her knowledge of her profession. Her practice offers Swedish, deep tissue and a variety of myofascial release techniques including Graston Technique® and cupping therapy. Each treatment is chosen based on the client’s individual needs at the time of treatment. She loves working in collaboration with the other like-minded members of the Pillars of Health team, to help treat clients needs. Meghan works with clients of all ages as she feels that massage therapy is a manual therapy that truly benefits everyone. She feels passionately about teaching her client’s how to help heal their bodies and become more mindful of preventative care. In her spare time, Meghan enjoys quality time with her two daughters and husband. When not with her family, Meghan can be found reading a book, enjoying multiple physical activities, with friends or staying grounded.

Cheri Walsh
Physiotherapist & Manual Osteopath
Cheri practices manual Physiotherapy and Osteopathy here at Pillars of Health. She started working in health care over 20 years ago as a traditional Physiotherapist and has continued to evolve her approach to treatment ever since then. As a physiotherapist she not only uses her hands to assess and treat the body but also uses modalities such as ultrasound, interferential current and acupuncture. These modalities combine well with her Osteopathic approach and she finds a combination of all her skills to be most effective in helping patients attain optimal health. She considers many medical issues a problem-solving challenge that involves not just herself and the patient but in many cases other medical professionals. A team approach to treatment is made much easier by working with so many other talented health care professionals here at Pillars. Cheri completed her Bachelor of Science in Biology at Dalhousie University in 1991, her Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy at Dalhousie and McGill Universities in 1994, her five year completion certificate in Osteopathy from the College d’Etudes Osteopathiques in 2007 and her diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practice at the National Academy of Osteopathy in 2017. She also holds certificates in acupuncture, auricular acupuncture, cupping and Graston Technique.
Andrea Low
Registered Acupuncturist
Andrea received a diploma in Acupuncture from the Canadian College of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2015. Andrea then proceeded with her dream of becoming an entrepreneur and opened her own Clinic in West Porters Lake, NS. Andrea is registered with the Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine Association of Nova Scotia. Andrea thrives in treating many ailments and diseases, she specializes in Multiple Chemical Sensitivities, Fibromyalgia, IBS & Women’s health Andrea was raised in Eastern Passage and now lives happily in peaceful Porters Lake with her husband John & fur baby Flash
Carol Ann Sweeney
Certified Pedorthist
Carol Ann Sweeney graduated from The University of Guelph in 1994 with a Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics. This degree provided her with the knowledge to pursue her certification as Pedorthic Technician in 2002 and a Canadian Certified Pedorthist in 2007. A Pedorthist is trained in the assessment, design, manufacture, fit and modification of foot appliances and footwear. The objective is to alleviate pain and provide assistance for abnormalities or limited actions of the lower limb. She has worked for numerous orthotic companies across Canada and in the province. Carol Ann is the owner of Fit Right Orthotics which has a manufacturing lab in Porters Lake, Nova Scotia. All orthotics are manufactured and adjusted locally which enables Carol Ann to have full control of the custom orthotic process, guaranteeing a superb product.
Jonathan Myers

Jonathan Myers is originally from McMinnville, Tennessee. He moved to Nova Scotia after meeting his wife in 2014, and graduated as a Registered Massage Therapist from The Canadian College of Massage & Hydrotherapy. He has experience working with patients who suffer from an assortment of conditions; including migraines, TMJ, joint issues, and low back and hip pain. His treatment style includes: deep tissue, cupping, myo-fascial release, joint mobilizations, and swedish massage. Jonathan enjoys working in multi-disciplinary environments and collaborating with other health care practitioners. He is excited to be joining the Pillars of Health team.  

Dr. Sarah Park

Dr. Sarah is a naturopathic doctor who loves helping her patients feel like themselves again. While she maintains a general practice, she especially enjoys working with women on their hormonal health and also has a focus on digestive health.
She commonly treats patients dealing with symptoms of menopause and peri-menopause, PCOS, PMS, thyroid imbalances, chronic stress and fatigue, insomnia, low mood, anxiety, IBS and SIBO. Sarah is passionate about empowering patients and aims to ensure any treatment suggestions to feel ‘do-able’ and sustainable to each individual.
Outside of work, Sarah embraces a healthy lifestyle that includes working out, cooking up a storm in the kitchen and finding calm on the yoga mat. She enjoys being outdoors, especially with her petite goldendoodle, Stanley, and is a lover of farmer’s markets, beaches, great reads and a good cup of tea. Dr. Sarah Park graduated from Mount Allison University with a Bachelor of Science in Biology, and
completed a Master of Science in Neuroscience at McGill University before pursuing her Doctor of
Naturopathic Medicine from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. She has specialized training
in IV Nutritional Therapy.