Martin is a registered physiotherapist with an extensive background in orthopaedic injuries caused from sports, work, motor vehicle accidents and other activities and/or pathologies. He also has a keen interest for biomechanics, exercise physiology and motor control. Martin graduated with honours from an undergraduate degree in Human Kinetics from the University of Ottawa in 2012. In 2014, he obtained his Masters degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Ottawa and completed a Masters of Advances Health Care Practice specializing in Manipulative Therapy from the University of Western in 2018. Furthermore, Martin is a also a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT) and is a Certified Exercise Physiologist with the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology (CSEP-CEP). He has also taken post-graduate courses in Functional Dry Needling, vestibular rehabilitation, concussion management and temporomandibular joint dysfunctions (TMJ). Martin has had the opportunity to volunteer with various sports teams in the community including the Cumberland Panthers (OVFL), Dukes Football (NCAFA) and with multiple soccer teams (ARSO). He has given several talks with The Running Room on injury prevention in runners. Currently working at our Hunt Club and Orleans location, Martin is fluently bilingual and strongly believes in maintain a balanced and active lifestyle. He strives in offering a quality service based on manual therapy, rehabilitation exercises and client education.
Graduated from McGill University in 1983 (BScPT)Completed Masters of Clinical Science in Manipulative Therapy at Western in 2008Completed Part A Exam in 1996Completed Part B Exam in 1997Instructor with the Orthopaedic Division of the CPA since 1997Certified in Acupuncture since 1998 (CAFCI)Gunn IMS Certification in 2012CPA Specialist designation in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2012Assessor with the CPA Specialization programTaught for 9 years at the University of Ottawa School of Physiotherapy21 years in private practice (orthopaedics and sports medicine)
I graduated from Dalhousie University in 2006 with my BScPT. I joined the military in 2004 as a physiotherapy officer and after graduating I was posted to CFB Gagetown in Oromocto, NB. I spent 9 yrs in Gagetown working as an orthopaedic physiotherapist. I’ve deployed to Afghanistan for 7.5 months in 2009/2010 where I worked in the Role 3 Medical Facility. In 2015, I was posted to Ottawa as the Canadian Forces Rehab Physio Coordinator.
Pratique en ortopedie externe / sportif depuis 1995. Physiotherapeute des Olympiques de Gatineau (LHJMQ) de 1998 Ã 2015. J’enseigne au programme de physiotherapie de l’Universte d’Ottawa Ã temps partiel (thérapie manuelle) et j’ai assisté dans le programme canadien de thérapie manuelle. Je suis physiothérapeute de l’équipe nationale canadienne de paracyclisme et consultant avec l’équipe nationale canadienne sénior masculine de volleyball.rnrnPractising in outpatient ortho / sports injury rehabilitation since 1995. Physiotherapist for the Gatineau Olympiques (QMJHL) from 1998 to 2015. Part time teacher at the University of Ottawa Physiotherapy department (manual therapy) and I used to assist in the canadian manual therapy program. I am team physiotherapist for the Canadian National Paracycling Team and consulting physiotherapist for the Men’s Senior Canadian National Volleyball Team.
I graduated from the University of Ottawa in 2002 and started working at both Montfort and The Ottawa Hospital; experience in a variety of units including cardio-thoracic, ICU, in-patient and out-patient orthopaedics. I moved to Nova Scotia in 2005 where I joined LifeMark Health as a Clinic Director and Physiotherapist. In 2010, I took a temporary hiatus to work for Cirque du Soleil and expanded my knowledge of high performance athletes. My passion for orthopaedic/sports physiotherapy grew each time I was introduce to more knowledge. I practice using my Advanced Manipulative Therapy skills, Shirley Sahrmann and Butler’s theories, McKenzie protocol, The Mulligan Concept, Acupuncture and some Vestibular Rehabilitation. I am a member in good standing of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
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I have been a physiotherapist since graduating from the University of Western Ontario in 1998. Since then I have practiced in public hospitals, long term care centres, home environments, university athletic clinics, and private physiotherapy practices. My experiences include a six year journey overseas working as a physiotherapist in England, Scotland, New Zealand and Australia, culminating in the completion of a Masters of Manipulative Physiotherapy at the University of Otago in New Zealand. Throughout my career I have attended many other professional development courses, with a special interest in anatomical (western) approaches to acupuncture and I am UBC-certified Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation (CGIMS) practitioner.
I have a longstanding interest in working with a variety of sports as a field-level therapist, including men’s & women’s club rugby, box lacrosse, soccer, and Canada’s National Diving Team at international events. Currently I maintain my skills as a Sport Physiotherapy Canada Certificate therapist working with OPDL junior soccer and local club rugby.
My physiotherapy passions include deciphering complex/multi-region clinical presentations, integrating exercise conditioning science into active rehabilitation, using bio-psychosocial approaches in balance with the physical approaches to patient care. I divide my time between seeing private patients, and working as an Advanced Practice Provider for The Ottawa Hospital’s ISAEC Rapid Access Clinic – Low Back Pain program.
Pamela Place is a graduate of the University of Ottawa physiotherapy programme. She is a former ballet dancer with the National Ballet of Canada. In addition to practicing orthopaedic physiotherapy, she teaches ballet at The School of Dance in Ottawa. She has a special interest in treating dance related injuries and has completed the Principles of Dance Medicine Program with Harkness Center for Dance Injuries in New York City. She also has a special interest in working with classical musicians. Pam is bilingual.
Lorraine LeBlanc Hendry has worked in the field of physiotherapy for over 35 years in orthopaedics, manual therapy, sports injuries and paediatrics. She completed her Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy in 1994 from the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. Lorraine has completed the Doctorate of Science in Physical Therapy program at Andrew’s University in Michigan. She is continuing her research as an Affiliate Investigator through the Department of Neurosciences in The Ottawa Hospital – Civic Campus. She taught for 10 years in the Physiotherapy program at the University of Ottawa. Lorraine currently manages and practices physiotherapy at the University of Ottawa Sports Medicine and Physiotherapy Centre. She owns and practices at the Physio Sports Care Centre in the Ottawa Athletic Club. Lorraine is an Instructor for the past 25 years in the level system of manual therapy for the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
Jordan graduated with distinction in 1995 from the University of Western Ontario with an honours degree from the Faculty of Kinesiology. In this program, he focused on the topic areas of athletic injuries and exercise physiology. He then went on to the University of Toronto’s Physical Therapy program, where he graduated in 1998. While at university, he began his work with elite athletes, working as the student trainer for the rugby teams at both universities, as well as covering other tournaments, such as the women’s national volleyball championships at U of T, and OFSSA basketball at UWO. Since graduating, he has continued his work with athletes at all levels, from the recreational weekend athlete to national level athletes. He passed his Advanced examination in 2004 to become a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists, and in 2006, became a certified practitioner of the Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) technique. He has added the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist designation to his qualifications, which is the premier strength and conditioning certification in North America. He has a particular interest in neural mobility disorders and the use of manual therapy techniques to address them. He has been a certified FitForeGolf therapist since 1999, and is an active runner, golfer, and hockey player. He opened his own practice in the Ottawa suburb of Riverside South in 2009, and in 2016, opened a second location in the new Amped Sports Lab and Ice Complex, a premier training facility with a 120×66 ice surface, a gym, a vision training centre. Jordan’s wide range of skills have made him popular with athletes that have not been successful with other treatments for their long-standing injuries, and he is known as a troubleshooter for persistent problems in the athletic population.
After graduating with a Bachelor of Kinesiology from Acadia University in 2003, Melanie went on to complete her Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy degree from Dalhousie University through the Canadian Forces Regular Officer Training Program. Graduating in May 2006, she was posted to Kingston, ON to CFB Kingston Health Services Centre. While there, she treated members on one of Canada’s largest Army Bases, and cadets from the Royal Military College, as well as functioned as Team Leader of the Physiotherapy Department for 3 years. After 6 years in Kingston, she was posted to 14 Wing Greenwood (Greenwood, NS) to again treat military personnel and run the clinic on Canada’s largest eastern Air Wing. Starting in September 2012, she attended the University of Western Ontario and obtained her Master of Clinical Science in Manipulative Therapy. At the completion of this Master’s, she was granted Fellowship in the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists (FCAMPT) in July 2013. Melanie has put all of her postgraduate courses to good use, applying them both at work, and on the road. While in Kingston, ON she worked as the Royal Military College (RMC) Men’s Hockey team Physiotherapist, working both home and away games. As an Academic Assistant at Queens University, she conveyed her experience in teaching orthopedic labs to the first and second year physiotherapy students. In 2010, Melanie was named as the Physiotherapist for the Canadian Armed Forces Consiel International du Sport Militaire (CISM) Fencing team. As such, she had the opportunity to travel to Rio de Janerio, Brazil for the 5th World Military Games and South Korea for the 6th Military World games, where she had the privilege of not just treating World Class military athletes, but also working alongside military Physiotherapists from around the World. Melanie is also the Regional Practice Leader for the Canadian Armed Forces Athletic Trainers Program (CAFATP) for Ontario. Melanie is now posted to the Canadian Forces Health Services Centre in Ottawa. Melanie enjoys playing numerous sports and being active, but she really loves spending time with her husband Travis, and her two beautiful daughters, Madison and MiKaela.
I graduated from Dalhousie University Physiotherapy program in 2002. I joined the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) as a Physiotherapy Officer in 2005. I have worked with the CAF in Edmonton AB, Cold Lake AB and currently in Kingston ON. In 2007, I participated in a 6-week humanitarian mission through Central America on the US Navy hospital ship “Comfort”, providing physiotherapy services to military personnel on board the ship, as well as locals at various medical sites in Belize, Guatemala, Panama and Nicaragua. In 2009 and 2010, I deployed to Afghanistan to provide physiotherapy services to NATO soldiers and local Afghans at the Multinational Medical Hospital at Kandahar Airfield. In July 2015, I completed the MClSc. in Manipulative Therapy program at Western University. I’m currently the Physiotherapy Team Leader at CFB Kingston.