Jack completed his Manipulative Therapy specialty in New Zealand in 1984. He has practiced in London since 1986 and teaches specialty post-graduate courses for Physiotherapists throughout Canada and the USA. In 2008 Jack completed a Masters of Clinical Science at UWO in the specialty area of Manipulative Therapy. Most recently Jack has graduated from the University of St. Augustine with a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) focusing on advanced practice Physiotherapy. Jack is on faculty at Toronto and McMaster Universities holding Associate Clinical Professor status. Jack served on the executive of CAMPT for 6 years.
Master of Clinical Science in Manipulative Therapy at Western University (2012), which concurrently made her a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapists.
Laura is currently the Clinic Director at Lifemark in London. Her main clinical interests are orthopaedics, vestibular rehabilitation, concussion management, pelvic health and cancer rehabilitation and she continues to pursue education in these areas. Laura also enjoys a concurrent role as an Exercise Leader for patients undergoing and recovering from cancer-related treatment at the local Wellspring facility.
She has volunteered in various roles over the years, including Editor for the Orthopaedic Division Review, Chair of the London Orthopaedic Unit and member of the Communications Subcomittee of the Global Health Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. She is currently the Media Manager for Physiopedia, an open access knowledge-sharing website for physiotherapists. Laura has provided voluntary medical coverage at many sporting events, including the 2006 World Lacrosse Championships, the 2007 Canadian National Juvenile Wrestling Championships, the 2010 BMO Canadian Figure Skating Championships, 2010 Canadian Special Olympics and 2014 Ride to Conquer Cancer.
Laura’s favourite past-time is being entertained by her kids. She also enjoys cooking (and eating!), playing soccer and distance running events.
Denise graduated from Queen’s University in 1995 with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy. She completed the Sport Physiotherapy Fellowship with the Fowler-Kennedy Sport Medicine Clinic in 1997 and is a Certificate holder with Sport Physiotherapy Canada. She completed a M.S. in Kinesiology at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in 2002 in the area of Biomechanics and Motor Control. She is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapists (FCAMPT) and is trained in anatomical acupuncture and is certified in GunnIMS dry needling. Denise enjoys working with a wide variety of orthopaedic conditions and age groups in her clinical practice. She has worked with numerous wheelchair athletes and has traveled and worked extensively with the Wheelchair Basketball Canada’s national teams. She has worked with a variety of sport teams at local, varsity and provincial levels as well as provided coverage for numerous sporting events including Skate Canada International, the Ontario Summer Games, and the World Synchronized Skating Championships.
Luke graduated from the University of Western Ontario in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science Honors Specialization in Kinesiology. He then continued his education at McMaster University where he graduated in 2011 with a Master of Science in Physiotherapy. Immediately following his graduation he was accepted into the Fowler Kennedy Sport Physiotherapy Fellowship where he worked with a variety of local and varsity sports teams in London. He continued his professional education by completing the Sport Physiotherapy Canada credentialing program, obtaining his Sport Certificate in 2013 and Sport Diploma in 2014. In 2015, he completed the Master of Clinical Science program in Manipulative Therapy at the University of Western Ontario. He enjoys spending time volunteering as the Sport Physiotherapist for local football and rugby teams in London. Luke has also completed various Concussion research projects and clinically specializes in the treatment of Concussion and Post-Concussion Syndrome.
Iain graduated in 1998 from Keele University in England. He worked in London, England at University College Hospital and St. George\’s Hospital and at Tottenham Hotspur Football Club before immigrating to Canada in 2005. He completed the Orthopaedic Division Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Therapy in 2015.
Karen graduated from Western University in 2005 with a kinesiology degree, going on to complete her MPT at Western in 2007. Karen worked in orthopaedics and neuro while challenging up to level 3 in the orthopaedic division, before completing her MClSc in Manipulation Therapy at Western University in 2015. Karen currently works at Body Mechanics Physiotherapy in London Ontario with a special interest in running and gait retraining.
Michael graduated from the University of Western Ontario with an Honours Bachelor of Health Sciences degree with Biology in 2005 and a Master of Physical Therapy in 2007. Michael has pursued post-graduate education in manual physical therapy, sports therapy and acupuncture. He gained his Master of Clinical Science in manipulative therapy in 2010.
Born and raised in London, ON, Jim completed an Honors BSc in Kinesiology at Western University where he participated in the sport injuries program. He worked as a therapist for several teams in the region including the London Thunderbirds Football Club and London United Soccer Club. He has covered many sporting events most notably the Commonwealth Wrestling Championships, and the Juvenile National Wrestling Championship.
He completed his Master of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Alberta where he concurrently worked as a therapist with Grant McEwan Basketball. He began working at Body Mechanics in 2007 when he and his wife returned to the London area to start a family. Jim opened the Ilderton location in October 2009 and became a Partner of Body Mechanics in 2016. He currently manages the Ilderton, Westmount and MOHLTC funded clinics.
He has completed courses in the Mulligan Concept, McKenzie MDT concept. He has been CAMPT Certified since successfully completing the advanced examinations in 2015.
Angela has been in practice since 2003 and has expertise orthopedics and pelvic health. Her clients cover a wide spectrum including teenage athletes, pregnant women and new mothers, cyclists, yogis, weekend warriors and desk jockeys alike. Angela’s treatment philosophy involves thoroughly educating clients about their condition, and employing specific manual therapy and neural mobilization techniques with exercise therapy to facilitate full functional recovery and independence. She is skilled in the treatment of spine and joint dysfunction with therapeutic options including spinal manipulation, core stability training, pelvic floor physiotherapy, and acupuncture. She enjoys helping clients to maximize their participation in life, work, and leisure pursuits. Angela is a co-instructor for the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association in postgraduate manual and manipulative therapy education. She is a guest lecturer in the Physiotherapy programs at McMaster University and Western University.
Emma graduated from McMaster University earning both her Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology and Master’s of Science in Physiotherapy. She then went on to pursue her Master’s of Clinical Science in Manipulative Therapy at Western University. Emma also holds her Sport Physiotherapy Diploma through Sport Physiotherapy Canada and is certified in FMS/SFMA and clinical acupuncture. She has had the privilege of working with Canada Basketball, Skate Canada, Toronto Rock Lacrosse as well as several varsity teams at Western University. She acted as a medical lead fro the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games and is currently a therapist in Hockey Canada’s Women’s High Performance Program. She has also completed STOTT pilates rehabilitation reformer training and actively incorporates Pilates into her patient care. More information can be found on her website and blog at pressplayphysio.com
Cheryl Richardson is the owner and founder of Physiohaus Health and Wellness (https://www.physiohaus.ca). Cheryl utilizes a variety of treatment techniques including manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, GUNN IMS/dry needling and neural mobilization to treat complex musculoskeletal conditions.
Cheryl holds a Masters of Clinical Science Degree in Manipulatory Therapy and a Bachelors of Physical Therapy. She assists with teaching post-graduate courses with the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and at Western University. Cheryl is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapists (FCAMPT) and has completed post-graduate education and attained internationally recognized qualifications in hands-on-therapy. Learn about the benefits of FCAMPT Certification here.Cheryl keeps busy with outdoor activities with family, indoor soccer and rock climbing. She can also be found listening to world music and drinking coffee over talks of politics and travel.
Currently I am a fulltime faculty member at Western University within the MClSc manipulative therapy field. I still see patients on a limited basis (8-10 hours/week) at either ReActive PT or the Fowler Kennedy Clinic.
Born and raised in Rothesay, New Brunswick. Completed Bachelor’s of Physiotherapy(2001) at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Practiced clinically full-time for 2 years in Rothesay, New Brunswick and then traveled to London, Ontario to complete Master’s of Physical Therapy. Completed Master’s of Physical Therapy in 2005 at the University of Western Ontario, FCAMPT in 2009, and Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2013. Has been practicing full-time at Body Mechanics Physiotherapy in London, Ontario since 2006.
Greg Alcock has a Phys. Ed degree from Western, completed his physiotherapy degree at McMaster and returned to Western to do a fellowship and Masters degree in Physiotherapy.
He is the clinical and Research Coordinator for the Physiotherapy Department at the Fowler Kennedy Sport Medicine Clinic where he provides care for recreational, varsity and professional athletes. He is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manual Therapists and has held various positions on the Executive for the National Orthopaedic Division of CPA.
He has published articles, and presented nationally on sports injuries, return to sport and lower extremity outcome measures. He has an ongoing research interest in foot and ankle related pathology and functional rehabilitation. He is involved with teaching and graduate student supervision in the faculties of Kinesiology and Physical Therapy.
Erik graduated from the Western University in 2004 with degrees in both Kinesiology and Psychology before moving on to complete his Masters of Science in Physiotherapy from Queens University in 2006. In 2011, Erik completed his Masters of Clinical Science in Manipulative Therapy from Western University and earned his fellowship with the Canadian Academy of Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapists (FCAMPT).
Following his entry into practice, Erik immersed himself into the profession, completing several post graduate education programs and offering his time to several faculties and committees. Erik has served as a past executive member of the National Orthopaedic Division of the CPA, as past chair for the London Orthopeadic Unit, and was at one time a faculty member and educator with the Northern Ontario School of Medicine. Currently, Erik continues as an education associate at Western University and with several orthopeadic based continuing education programs for physiotherapists.
Erik is the current vice-president of CAMPT and he feels that as a profession, physiotherapy has only reached the cusp of its potential. Erik has made it his focus to distinguish FCAMPT physiotherapists and to bring about awareness of the credential to the public.