Lisa graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2011 with her Bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy. In 2017, she completed her Master’s of Clinical Science at Western University. She currently splits her clinical hours between both Red River Physiotherapy locations (St. Jean-Baptiste & St. Pierre Jolys, MB). Lisa enjoys treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions with a multimodal approach using manual therapy, exercise, acupuncture and education to help her patients return to their chosen activities/sports. She has a special interest in treating curlers as she is an avid curler herself. Lisa also offers mentorship to colleagues pursuing their advanced manual therapy levels and exams through the Orthopaedic Division and associated university programs.
Kelly graduated from McMaster University with a Bachelor of Health Sciences in Physiotherapy in 1995. She also has a Bachelor of Physical Education. She has completed the Fellow of Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists (2003), certification in Acupuncture with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada (1998), and Certification in Selective Movement assessment and Functional Movement Systems (2013). Kelly is the owner of Fifth Avenue Physiotherapy where she pursues her work as a physiotherapy consultant. She has a passion for assessing and treating acute and chronic spinal pain and shoulder conditions. Kelly uses her back ground in manual therapy, intramuscular stimulation and functional movements to help her clients reach their goals. Kelly worked for over a decade as a consultant at Evidence Sport and Spinal Therapy a multi-disciplinary clinic within the Advanced Spinal Care Centre where she assessed and treated complex spinal conditions and works with chronic pain physicians and interventional radiologists.
Ross is the owner and one of the full-time physiotherapists at Therapeutic Edge. He has been practicing physiotherapy in Victoria for over 19 years. Ross holds Bachelor of Science Degrees in both Biology and Physiotherapy (B Sc. PT). He is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (MCPA) and Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists (FCAMT). In addition, Ross has a Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy (Dip. Manip. Physio) and is certified with the Acupuncture of Canada Foundation (CAFCI).
Ross’ advanced post-graduate education in orthopaedic manual therapy and medical acupuncture provide specialized training that allows for hands on techniques and advanced problem solving skills to more accurately assess and treat individual or complex joint, muscle and movement disorders.
Ross has provided physiotherapy and training support for athletes in many sport disciplines. Ross has provided sports therapy services for the Victoria Commonwealth Games, Victoria Track Classic, Victoria Marathon, Skate Canada, BC Winter Games, James Bay Athletic Association, and World Club Basketball Championship in Brazil.
Ross has guest lectured at the University of Victoria (core stabilization), numerous running clinics and postural correction/injury prevention workshops. He has supervised several placements for physiotherapy students during their orthopaedic practicum’s. He has co-authored “Physiological Principles of Conditioning” in Scientific foundations and principles of practice in musculoskeletal rehabilitation (2007).
Since graduating from McGill in 1994, Louise has worked in a multitude of setting across Canada and the United States. After returning to Quebec and then completing her FCAMT in 2008, she had an opportunity to work at the headquarters of Cirque du Soleil, where the artists who were too injured to perform returned for physiotherapy. At this time, she is once again working in private practise as well as working as an assistant in the orthopaedic division levels. Her current area of interest is the concept of neuroplasticity and the role that the brain plays n pain.
Eli’s experience in health care and sports medicine began at McMaster University where he completed his Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and worked with the Varsity Squash and Men’s Varsity Basketball teams as a team therapist. He completed his physiotherapy training at the University of Toronto. As a recent graduate he worked with Family Physiotherapy in Ottawa in an outpatient, orthopaedic environment and long term care settings. In 2012, he completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, specializing in manipulative therapy. Eli specializes in manual therapy, functional assessment and exercise prescription. He has a keen interest in manual therapy, basketball, running and resistance training.
Euson Yeung graduated from Queen’s University with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy. He received the Advanced Diploma of Manual and Manipulative Therapy from the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association in 2000, and a Masters degree in Education in 2005.rnrnEuson has over fifteen years of experience in both public and private practice settings, and utilitzes a variety of approaches to deliver the best care to his clients. This includes the use of joint mobilizations and manipulations, soft tissue techniques, acupuncture, and individualized exercise prescription. rnrnAs a faculty member in the department of Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto, Euson is responsible for the planning and delivery of the Advanced Orthopaedic course for the Masters of Science in Physical Therapy program. He is also an instructor for the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association in postgraduate manual and manipulative therapy education. Currently, he is completing a PhD in health professions education
Steve Brown graduated from George Brown College with a Fitness & Lifestyle management diploma before studying Kinesiology at York University from 2000-2004. He then studied Physiotherapy at the University of Toronto from 2004-2006 and received his Masters Of Physical Therapy degree. Steve has gone on to receive additional training in Mulligan Therapy (mobilization with movement), McKenzie Therapy, Acupunture, Myofascial Therapy, and has received specialized training in Vestibular Rehabilitation. Steve has also undergone training with the Titliest Performance Institute to promote improved mobility and stability related to the golf swing and improvement of golf performance. In 2015, Steve successfully became an FCAMPT therapist.
Fellow, Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy in Lethbridge. After graduating in 1989, Tim spent nearly 4 years working in the Regina Health district and then worked in a private practice in Regina for 3 years. Tim was the owner of a practice in Kelowna, B.C. for six years. He has been working at Peak since 2002. Tim has four children and the family is involved in the local speed skating club. Tim is the head coach of the Lethbridge Speed Skating Association. Tim became a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy in the fall of 2003 and was awarded the Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy.
Judith earned a DPT from the University of Manitoba in 1977 and a BScPT from the University of Alberta in 1980. She completed her Intermediate Diploma in 1989 and Advanced Diploma in 1995. She completed her Gunn IMS training in 2003. She has been private practioner since 1983 and has been teaching orthopaedic manual therapy courses since 1995. She is currently practising and teaching in Edmonton, Alberta
Shelley graduated from McMaster University in 1996 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy and moved to White Rock in 1997 where she has worked in private practice ever since. In 2004, she obtained her Fellowship in the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy and became certified in IMS (dry needling for trigger point release ) in 2006. Shelley has an interest in orthopedics and sports injuries and has considerable experience treating athletes from a variety of sports. She spent two years doing on field training for the Bayside Rugby Club and more recently has become involved in educating coaches regarding injury prevention in young athletes. She has developed simple screening tools to help coaches detect those ‘kids at risk’ of injury and is passionate about helping them move and grow into their changing bodies. Shelley also incorporates the use of real time ultrasound imaging to help educate clients on optimal muscle recruitment strategies for core stability and also uses this tool in biofeedback training during exercise instruction.
Jocelyn completed both her Bachelor of Honours Kinesiology and Masters of Science in Physiotherapy degrees at McMaster University. She received her Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy through the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association in 2015. She has taken additional courses in acupuncture, soft tissue release and therapeutic taping. Jocelyn worked at a private orthopaedic clinic in Orangeville, ON prior to joining the Cornerstone Physiotherapy team in 2014. She believes that a combination of manual therapy and exercise prescription lead to the best patient outcomes.
Brian graduated from Sheridan College in 1996 with his Diploma in Sports Injury Management and the Physiotherapy Program at McMaster University in 2000. Brian completed his FCAMPT certification in 2010 and his Masters of Clinical Science from The University of Western Ontario in 2013. He is the owner of Be in Motion Physiotherapy in North Oakville at the corner of Trafalgar and Dundas. As the owner of the clinic Brian has be able to hire several of therapist that are all working towards getting their FCAMPT status. Please visit the webstie at http://www.beinmotion.ca, follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin, Twitter or YouTube.