Jennifer Entwistle has a BSc in Human Kinetics from St. Francis Xavier University, and completed her physiotherapy professional training at Western University obtaining a Masters in Physical Therapy in 2006. From there she practiced in a variety of communities and clinics across Ontario. Jennifer returned to London, Ontario in 2010 and devoted time to post graduate training in orthopaedics and manual therapy. In 2013 Jennifer returned to Western University to complete the Masters of Clinical Sciences in Manipulative Therapy program graduating in 2014. This training met the requirements to become a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists. Aside from clinical practice Jennifer has personal interests in the sports of running, cycling, and yoga.
Nick graduated from McMaster University in 2014 and obtained his FCAMPT designation in 2018. During his undergrad at the University of Windsor, Nick competed on the Varsity Track and Field team. Currently, he is still competitive in distance running and CrossFit, and has a clinical interest in treating running, weightlifting and sports injuries.
Graduated 1981 UWO, member of varsity wrestling team
Worked for Canada’s National Cycling Team 1983-84 as team soigneur
Obtained Advanced Diploma Manipulative Therapy Auckland Technical Institute 1987
Specialized in Vestibular rehab and treatment of acute vertigo since 1994
Teaches Vestibular Rehab and Vertigo to physiotherapists since 1996
Innovator and inventor of Viscus rehab device (see http://www.viscusmovesyou.ca)
Matthew was born and raised in Sault Ste Marie, graduating high school from St. Mary’s College and since returning has been an active member of the community. Matthew is providing training services to the Korah Colts football team and the Sault Sabrecats. He is also certified through Hockey Canada as a Coach and Trainer.rnMatthew’s practice philosophy centers around manual therapy and specific functional exercise progressions to ensure the best possible outcome regardless of what condition you are suffering from.