Aaron graduated from the physiotherapy program at the University of Western Ontario in 1997. He completed his Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy in 2004. He has also completed his certification with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute.
He is currently working in private practice in Collingwood, Ontario. In his spare time, he enjoys working out, playing tennis, golfing, and fishing.
Aaron has been a member of the Peterborough Physiotherapy and Sports Injuries Clinic team as a Registered Physiotherapist since 2000. A graduate of Queens University with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy (BScPT), Aaron also has the distinction of working for the University as an Adjunct I Professor involved in the clinical education of physiotherapy students. Aaron has been a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapists (FCAMPT) since 2006, holding a Certificate of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy. He has been certified with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute (CAFCI) since 2008. Aaron also holds post-graduate training in many other orthopaedic treatment approaches including dry needling, soft tissue release, Mulligan, Sahrmann, and McKenzie. In 2009 Aaron teamed up with the Registered Massage Therapists Association of Ontario (RMTAO) to teach courses on assessment skills. His courses now allow participants to earn a Certificate of Excellence in Assessment given out by the RMTAO.
Adam is an experienced therapist with extensive training in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. In addition to his professional physiotherapy degree, he has completed a post-graduate Masters of Clinical Science (MClSc) and is a fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physical Therapists (FCAMPT). He is also fully credentialed by the McKenzie Institute International (Cred. MDT). Adam is committed to providing evidence informed care, and he uses his clinical practice to participate in various research projects. In addition to providing clinical and educational leadership at his own clinic (Cornerstone Physiotherapy) in Toronto, Adam is an Advanced Practice Clinician for the University Health Network’s Interdisciplinary Spine Assessment and Education Clinic (ISEAC) program.
Adam lives a very active lifestyle, participating in many sports and outdoor activities/hobbies. His current sports interests are competitive volleyball (court & beach) & baseball, golf, and working out and casual running and hockey. Adam started his education at Wilfrid Laurier University, attaining a degree in Kinesiology, and then later on to UWO in London for a postgraduate degree in the Master of Physical Therapy (MPT) program. Since graduating from the MPT program, Adam has pursued many continuing education courses, including several in the field of manual therapy, golf injuries & rehab, and anatomical acupuncture. Adam recently completed the UWO Master of Clinical Science (MClSc) program in Manipulative physical therapy, graduating in 2011 with an FCAMPT designation. Shortly thereafter, he took on an active role on the executive of the London Orthopaedic Unit (LOU) of the Canadian Physiotherapy Assocation’s Orthopaedic Division, and assists with instruction of various postgraduate courses.
Adam graduated from Western University in 2005 after completing a Bachelor of Health Science. He continued his education at Western to complete a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy in 2007. After graduating, Adam relocated to Peterborough, working as an orthopedic physiotherapist for 8 years before opening Pulse Physiotherapy in 2014. He has volunteered with the Senior A Peterborough Lakers as a team physiotherapist and currently volunteers as a trainer for Peterborough Minor Hockey. While working, he continued his education in the areas of acupuncture, soft tissue release, and manual therapy. In the fall of 2015, he gained Fellowship status in the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists.
Adam graduated from McMaster University in 2006 with a Masters of Science in Physiotherapy. He received his Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Therapy in 2011 and is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy. Adam completed his acupuncture certifications with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada in 2007. He also holds additional certifications in vestibular rehabilitation, running injury treatment and prevention, and shoulder specific rehabilitation.
Adam is a Professional Associate with the McMaster University School of Rehabilitation Science and acts as a frequent preceptor to McMaster’s physiotherapy students. He is also a mentor with the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association mentoring Physiotherapists seeking to achieve the FCAMPT designation. He has a strong working relationship with local physicians and surgeons in Brantford and the surrounding area.
Adrienne completed her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Toronto in 2007, and has been practicing in outpatient orthopaedics since that time. She has training in acupuncture from the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute, and uses this to complement her manual therapy treatments. She has a special interest in treating sports injuries, and has spent over five years as a trainer and physiotherapist with junior hockey teams.
I received my BScPT in 2002 from University of Toronto. Since then, I have completed my FCAMPT in 2007 and IMS training in 2008 and Fellowship of Functional Applied Science (FAFS) in 2010. Also certified in Pose Running and FMS.
Albert Chan is the Clinic Director and Owner of Elevation Physiotherapy. He graduated from the University of Alberta in 1996. He has a strong interest in the management of complex and difficult-to-treat orthopedic conditions. In the past 4 years, Albert has worked collaboratively with Physiatrists (Medical Specialists in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation) and pain management Physicians at the IPAX Clinic to successfully treat patients undergoing interventional procedures like Cortisone injections, Lidocaine Myofascial Injections, Botox, Prolotherapy, Platelet-rich plasma injections (PRP) and autologous blood injections.
Albert is also a runner and is passionate about the treatment and prevention of running injuries. When he is not working, you will likely see him training to improve his race times.
As well, Albert has been successfully treating dizziness, balance disorders and vestibular problems since 2009.
Albert is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manual and Manipulative Physical Therapists (FCAMPT) since 2002 having completed his Advanced Diploma in Manipulative Therapy. He completed his Gunn IMS training in 2007. In addition to clinical practise, Albert is a Clinical Instructor for the University of Western Ontario Master of Clinical Sciences program. He also provides clinical instruction to physiotherapists undergoing further certification in the Canadian Physiotherapy Association Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy Program.
Alessandro Rosatelli has been practicing in the area of orthopaedics since 1996. He graduated from the University of Toronto with degrees in both Human Biology (92) and Physical Therapy (96). He completed his clinical Masters in Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy from the University of Queensland in Australia in 2000. He is credentialed with the McKenzie Institute International and is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists (FCAMT). He has been involved in post-graduate education, teaching advanced manual therapy courses on a diverse spectrum of topics. Alessandro has a special interest in the assessment and treatment of the lower extremity dysfunctions, particularly the foot and ankle region. He is also keenly interested in the assessment and treatment and disorders affecting the spine. He recently completed his PhD in the Department of Surgery, Division of Anatomy at the University of Toronto. His current research interests being the development of an accurate and complete three dimensional (3D) computer model of the muscles of the lower back.
Ali graduated from McMaster University in 1997. He has taken numerous courses in manual therapy, acupuncture and Gunn method of needling. He received his Canadian Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT) in 2003. He incorporates a wide range of techniques including mobilization, manipulation, spinal stabilization exercises, neural tissue mobilization, acupuncture and Intramuscular Muscle Stimulation (Gunn IMS).He has extensive experience in private practice with keen interest in spinal disorder and acute and chronic sports related injuries. He is also an Instructor in the post-graduate Diploma Program of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy with the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. He is a co-owner of Prime Physiotherapy and Sports Rehabilitation Centre since 2001.
Alicia graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy (Honours) from Queen’s University in 2002. Upon graduation she continued to expand her knowledge base of anatomy and biomechanics through completion of orthopaedic division courses. In 2007, she completed the McMaster Contemporary Acupuncture Program in addition to becoming certified in Gunn IMS.In 2007, as one of the founding partners, Alicia opened the Physio & Massage Institute Ltd., with the aim of providing expert level care in manual therapy/physiotherapy.Between 2007 and 2012, Alicia completed numerous courses in acupuncture and dry needling including Assessment and Treatment of Cervical Cranio-Mandibular Disorders (TMJ) at McMaster University, in addition to several spinal manipulation courses in both Canada and The United States.In 2012, she attained her Masters of Clinical Science (Manipulative Therapy) from the University of Western Ontario.Alicia’s professional interests and areas of clinical expertise include assessment/treatment of postpartum lumbopelvic pain/disorders, management of running injuries and the application of physical therapy treatment amongst cancer patients.
My education began at the University of Western Ontario where I received an Honours Degree in Health Science in 2005. My training continued at McMaster University where I obtained a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy in 2007. After a few years of working in a private orthopedic clinic I decided to return to school and achieve the highest level of training in orthopaedic manual physiotherapy. In 2010, I successfully completed a Masters of Clinical Science in Manipulative Therapy and achieved the designation as a Fellow of the Canadian Association of Manipulative Therapy. In addition to my University education, I have taken many post-graduate courses in order to stay up to date with the latest evidence and diversify my clinical skills. Most recently, I have completed a one year clinical mentorship in the Integrated Systems Model (ISM) with Diane Lee. This one year program taught me to treat patients efficiently by targeting the driver for the specific task that is dysfunctional. This approach leads to fewer treatments and better results. I have completed coursework with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute and I successfully completed the McMaster University Contemporary Medical Acupuncture program. I am also a Stott Pilates trained instructor. I believe that neuromuscular training through Pilates exercise is essential to long-term benefits of therapy as well as prevention of injuries. More recently, I have been designated as a running expert after completing a course that focused on assessment and treatment of running injuries. In addition to those mentioned, I have attended courses and seminars on functional strengthening, core strengthening and mobilizations with movement. I have also attended various courses with the Advanced Physical Therapy Education Institute pertaining to the latest evidence on the low back, mid back and shoulder dysfunctions. I have experience in successfully treating a wide range of conditions ranging from sports injuries to chronic persistent injuries, movement impairments and postural dysfunctions. My treatment philosophy involves looking at the body as a whole in order to determine the root cause. I believe that the best approach is to use a combination of manual therapy and acupuncture to address tissue and joint restrictions and than provide specific exercises to improve flexibility and strength in order to restore normal movement patterns. rnrnI am an active member of my profession. I am a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and a member of the Orthopaedic Division. I am a clinical facilitator with the Univeristy of Toronto Physical Therapy Department. I am also an Assistant Instructor with the Orthopaedic Division post-graudate manual therapy training. I take students during their advanced clinical internships and help them integrate their theoretical knowledge into clinical skills. Lastly, I provide mentorship hours to physiotherapists pursuing their manual therapy designation.
Alison Beaton works with athletes of all levels to optimize their movements in sport and in life. Alison combines her specialized training in manual and manipulative therapy with movement pattern and muscle imbalance retraining to promote rapid, effective recovery from injuries and chronic stress. Her extensive experience with elite athletes includes current Olympians, Canadian National Teams, and Cirque du Soleil. She is co-owner of Scotia Physiotherapy, a member of the Integrated Health Services team for Athletics Canada and the Canadian Freestyle Ski Association and works locally with Dance NS and Neptune theatre.rnrnAlison graduated from Dalhousie University in 2003, completed an Advanced Diploma of Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulative Therapy, a Masters of Clinical Science in Manipulative Therapy (Western) in 2012 and a Diploma of Sport Physiotherapy in 2014 . Alison teaches within the Canadian Physiotherapy Association post-graduate Orthopaedic course system, as well as in the School of Physiotherapy and Department of Anatomy at Dalhousie University. She is the current Chair of the Nova Scotia Orthopaedic Section.rnrnAlison\\\’s passion for physical fitness and optimizing movement patterning is not limited to the clinic. She is active in running, surfing, hockey, biking, swimming, and travels extensively as a therapist and for recreation. rnrnPlease feel free to contact email@example.com
Alison convocated from U of S in 1998 with a Bachelor of Science in both Physiotherapy and Physiology, both with Great Distinction. Alison has always had a keen interest in manual therapy. She joined the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists as a resident in 2004 and became a fellow in 2007. Alison has always worked in an outpatient orthopaedic setting. She currently works at Stapleford Physiotherapy in north Regina. In addition to manual therapy, Alison has also taken courses in gait analysis, neural mobilization, myofascial release and movement impairments syndromes.