Kathleen graduated from McGill University in 1984 with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy and earned the Canadian Physiotherapy Association Award for that year. Kathleen completed her Advanced Orthopaedic Manual Therapy levels in 1996 and is a Fellow of the Academy of Manipulative Therapy. She has worked in both Quebec and Ontario. Currently Kathleen has her own practice, In Balance Physiotherapy, in the Yonge and St. Clair area of Toronto. Kathleen has a special interest in Vestibular Rehabilitation and Pelvic Floor rehabilitation.
Stephanie obtained a BSc in Physical Therapy from McGill University in 2009. She has since been working for Concordia Physio Sport (Pointe Claire) and with various soccer teams and leagues. She completed a Masters of Clinical Science at Western University in 2014 specializing in manipulative therapy and advanced orthopedics. She also obtained her certification in dry needling in 2015.
Sreepati Dey obtained a B.Sc. degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh where he graduated with Honours in Anatomy securing first place in his class. He successfully sat the competency examinations of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) in 1986 to became a member of the CPA. He also fulfilled the course requirements and successfully completed the competency examination of the Society of Orthopedic Medicine in 1991. He obtained a Graduate Certificate in Orthopedic Manual Therapy from the Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia, and also studied at the University of Western Ontario, receiving a Master of Clinical Science degree in Manual Therapy, and obtained a fellowship from the Canadian Association of Manipulative Physical Therapists. He has acquired a wide variety of experiences in physical therapy working in different hospital settings and private practices in Asia, Africa and presently in Canada. Sreepati has been in private practice for over 20 years in Canada as clinician, teacher, supervisor, manager and clinic owner, managing orthopedic, sports, auto and work related injuries. Sreepati believes in the work of Dr. James Cyriax, who based his work on the following principles (www.somed.org/about/):- All pain has a source – All treatment must reach the source – All treatment must benefit the lesion.
Travis Wolsey is the owner/director of Sungod Sports & Orthopaedic Physiotherapy Clinics. He has completed post graduate work in orthopaedics and spinal manipulation. He has a Diploma in Sport Physiotherapy and is a certified strength and conditioning specialist. He was a member of the host medical staff at the Ice Hockey Venue at the 2010 Olympics and enjoys working as team physio for the WHL Vancouver Giants.As well he is dedicated to sports physiotherapy. He is a 2 time Ironman triathlete (StG, IMC)
Mark completed his physiotherapy degree at McMaster University in 1998, after obtaining his MSc in Exercise Physiology in 1993 and BA/BPHE in 1990, both from Queen’s University. Mark and his wife Hilary own Grand River Physiotherapy (established 1999) in Fergus, ON, where they work with 4 other physiotherapists treating patients with a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions. Mark is keenly interested in using manual therapy to correct movement dysfunction and pain in the spine, peripheral joints and associated soft tissues. He emphasizes education, helping patients fully understand the nature of their injury or condition so that they can regain their independance through self-management, including home stretching, strengthening and stability exercises. Mark believes strongly in continuing education, having expanded his clinical interests to include vestibular (vertigo) rehabilitation, concussion management, GunnIMS and scalp acupuncture. Mark enjoys keeping fit and spending time outdoors with Hilary and their two sons. He remains passionate about sports (triathlons, running, hockey, soccer and golf), and is active coaching his sons in lacrosse and hockey.
Myles Willis BMR-PT, MClSc(MT), FCAMPT, CAFCIVestibular and Concussion TherapistMyles graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2010 with a degree in Bachelors of Medical Rehabilitation-Physical Therapy. Myles has a strong passion for continuing education, which is evident in the many courses he has taken since graduation, one of which is completing his certification in acupuncture in 2010 from the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute. Myles’ passion has taken him near and far and he has gone to complete a Clinical Masters of Science in Manipulative Therapy from the University of Western Ontario in London Ontario in 2015 and a Certification in Vestibular Rehabilitation from the Emory University of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia. Myles thoroughly enjoys treating patients suffering from concussions, vertigo, dizziness and balance dysfunction as well as incorporating manual and manipulative therapy into his treatment regime. In addition, he has extensive training in the management of concussions and rehabilitation of the runner. Myles understands that every patient is unique – this allows him to use his wealth of knowledge and skill set to his full advantage for each and every patient helping them achieve their goals and restoring them to their best self.
When he’s not taking courses or studying, Myles assists with instructing level courses through the Orthopedic Division, has put in countless hours to have his work published in the Journal of Physical Therapy and Sport and has also provided his talent and skills to numerous hockey and football teams providing on and off field assessments and treatments.
Myles was born and raised on a farm just outside of Stonewall Manitoba. Outside of the clinic he loves to maintain a very active lifestyle by playing hockey, running, cycling and working out at the gym.
I graduated with a Clinical Master in Manipulative Therapy from Western Ontario in 2011 and received my Masters in Physical Therapy from the University of Western Ontario in 2004. I am a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT). I doubled majored at the University of Maine in Presque Isle and received a Bachelor of Science in Education and Athletic Therapy in 2002. My Athletic Therapy internship hours were completed at Disney’s Wide World of Sport in Orlando Florida as well as I worked with several university teams for sport coverage including women’s and men’s soccer, men’s baseball and cross-country running. I completed my Bachelor of Physical Education from the University of New Brunswick in 1999. Since graduation in 2004 I have been working in the private practice setting and have over 9 years of experience diagnosing and treating orthopaedic, sports, work-related and motor vehicle injuries. I currently assist with the instruction of the Orthopaedic level manipulative therapy post graduate courses as well as provide mentorship hours for CAMPT candidates.
Trevor Donald graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 1999 with a BSc in Anatomy and Cell Biology and in 2002 with a BSc in Physical Therapy. In 2005 he obtained his Certificate of Intermediate Manual and Manipulative Therapy and in 2008 he received his Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Therapy. In 2005 he also achieved Functional Capacity Evaluation cerification from Roy Matheson and Associates. Trevor has also obtained the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist designation through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He completed this in 2006. In 2010 he completed his certification from the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute.rnrnHe has been practicing at Flaman Physiotherapy in Saskatoon since October 2012. It is quite a varied caseload with ample opportunity to integrate manual therapy and strength training.rnrnIn addition to orthopaedic physiotherapy he also has a keen interest in Sports Physiotherapy. He has provided medical coverage at numerous local, provincial, and national level events and worked extensively with hockey at the amateur, Junior, and college levels.
Completed my BSC Biological Science from Guelph in 1994 then completed my Physiotherapy degree from McMaster in 1997. I currently work at CFB Borden with military members.
Lauren graduated from Dalhousie University with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and later with a Masters of Science in Physiotherapy. She received her Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Therapy from the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association in 2016 and has achieved the designation of Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy.
Lauren’s postgraduate education has been in advanced manual therapy, acupuncture, and vestibular rehabilitation. She works passionately with patients who have various orthopaedic conditions, vestibular dysfunction, and generalized deconditioning to help restore joint mobility, motor control, balance and optimal function. She believes knowledge is empowering and is the cornerstone of a successful rehabilitation. Her aim is to create enjoyable and versatile treatment plans for individual needs and have patients leave with the understanding and confidence of staying healthy.
– 8 years experience working with a private clientele as well as high performance athletes (Canadian Diving Team, Canadian Handball team, Cirque du Soleil acrobats 2008-2011)rn- Clinical Masters in Manual Therapy from the University of Western Ontariorn- Passion for golf and golf fitness.
Graduated from the University of Western Ontario (UWO)with an Honours B.A. (Dean’s List) in Kinesiology in 1999. Graduated from UWO with a B.Sc. PT(with Distinction) in 2002. Became a Fellow in the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy in 2007.
Penny has a BSc in Physiotherapy from Queen’s University and earned her Advanced Diploma of Manual and Manipulative Therapy (FCAMPT) in 1986. Penny joined the Treloar Physiotherapy Clinic 12 years ago after owning and managing her own clinic in the West End for 6 years. Penny teaches for the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. Penny is interested in spinal, shoulder and lower limb conditions as well as women’s health, osteoporosis and vestibular rehabilitation. Having been a competitive swimmer and gymnast in the past Penny enjoys running, cycling, kayaking, skate skiing as well as playing and coaching soccer.