Bahram Jam graduated from the University of Toronto, Canada in 1992 with a Bachelors of Science in Physical Therapy. In 1999 he completed a Clinical Masters in Manipulative Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland, Australia and in 2009 he completed his Doctorate in Science in Physical Therapy at Andrews University, USA. He has the Canadian Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy and is also credentialed with the McKenzie Institute International.rnrnHe is the founder and director of Advanced Physical Therapy Education Institute (APTEI) and has been a chief instructor for over one thousand post-graduate Orthopaedic clinical courses across Canada and internationally. He continues to practice and has had extensive clinical experience with direct patient care.
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.
Laura completed her 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 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 and member of the Communications Subcomittee of the Global Health Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. She is currently the Past Chair of the London Orthopaedic Unit of the CPA and is 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 toddler. She also enjoys cooking (and eating!), playing soccer and distance running events.
Kevin Hickey graduated form McMaster University in 1991, with a Bachelor of Health Science in Physiotherapy. In 1997 he obtained fellowship with the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists (FCAMPT).
He is the co-owner and founder of Total Physiotherapy and Sports Injuries Centre (1996), and Total Physio – Peterborough Clinic site (2004), both located in Peterborough, Ontario. Both clinics offer physiotherapy and massage therapy, with Total Physiotherapy also offering kinesiology services, ergonomics, functional capacity assessements, and hydrotherapy.
Kevin is a registered instructor with the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. He has taught a number of post graduate courses, presented at conferences, and is involved in ongoing clinical mentoring within his facilities.
He is an avid runner and triathlete. He dedicates many hours to sport medical coverage locally, provincially, and nationally. These include Pan Am Games (1999), Canadian Soccer Association (1989-1991), Peterborough Petes OHL Hockey (ongoing), Peterborough Senior Lakers lacrosse (ongoing), Ontario Winter Games (1998), Subaru Triathlon Series (ongoing), Trent University varsity rowing, etc.
I am originally from Newfoundland and moved to Nova Scotia in 1996. I graduated from Acadia University with a Kinesiology Degree in 2000 and graduated from Dalhousie University School of Physiotherapy in 2005. I have been practicing in Halifax NS since 2005 and finished my Advanced Diploma in 2011 by way of the Orthopaedic Division. I am currently a Co-Owner of Young Kempt Physiotherapy, Beaverbank Physiotherapy, and Platinum Physiotherapy. Our clinics are made up of a number of FCAMPT therapists all with special interests. I enjoy being a clinician and also love taking on a mentorship role for other in the program.
Penny has incorporated the services and disciplines she feels are most beneficial to the full recovery of most patients under one roof. She has over 20 years of physiotherapy experience, all of which have been in private practice. Penny has obtained her Diploma of Advanced Orthopedic Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT) making her a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists. Penny also incorporates the use of Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) into her treatment of many different types of injuries. She is the first physiotherapist to practice IMS in Victoria and has been thrilled with the results. Penny has a keen interest in treating foot and ankle problems, dance, gymnastics, skating, and soccer injuries. She is always up for a challenge!
Shelbourne Physiotherapy, Pilates & Massage is a locally owned health company with 3 locations in beautiful Victoria, British Columbia. Our clinics offer Physiotherapy, IMS (Intramuscular Stimulation) & Dry Needling, Kinesiology, Exercise Rehabilitation, Massage Therapy, Sports Rehabilitation, Post-Operative Rehabilitation, Vestibular, Dizziness & Balance Rehabilitation, Women’s health (peri-partum and incontinence), Acupuncture, Hydrotherapy, Aquatherapy, Pool Therapy, Real Time Ultrasound, Arthritis and Osteoarthritis Treatment, Electrical Modalities, Pelvic Floor Physio, Pelvic Pain Physiotherapy, Incontinence Treatment, Sports Physiotherapy, Chronic Pain Treatment, Shockwave Therapy (ESWT), Aquatic Therapy, Yoga, Yogalates, Clinical Pilates and Custom Knee Bracing, Physiocanhelp.ca. Our clinics are approved providers for WorksafeBC (WCB) Physiotherapy and ICBC Physiotherapy, Kinesiology & Rehabilitation. We are proud members of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA), the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy(CAMPT), Sport Physiotherapy Canada, SportmedBC, British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists (BCAK), Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP), the Orthopaedic Division of the CPA and the Physiotherapy Association of British Columbia (PABC) We have a clinic located in the Gordon Head Recreation Centre in Saanich
Shelbourne Physiotherapy staff provide clinical instruction at our Victoria Clinic for students in the UBC Faculty of Medicine. We are an accredited facility for UBC Dept. of Physical Therapy Student Practicums.
Graduated from the University of Waterloo in 1992 (Kinesiology) and McMaster University in 1995 (Physical Therapy). He has his Certificate of Advanced Manual & Manipulative Physiotherapy, is Credentialled with the McKenzie Institute in Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy, and has completed the Mulligan Concept of Treatment courses. He has received training in Acupuncture and is a Certified Active Release Technique ART® Full Body Credentialled provider. Jeff has an interest in sports medicine with a special interest in wrestling injuries. He is currently a consulting Physiotherapist for the Sarnia Bluewater Wrestling Team. Jeff was also a team member of the 1994 National Wrestling Champion McMaster Marauders which have been inducted into McMaster University\’s Athletic Hall of Fame.
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.
Dave received his Bachelor of Arts in Physical Education/Kinesiology and Psychology (Honours) at Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada (1995). He also holds a Bachelor of Health Sciences in Physiotherapy from McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada (1997).
He has additional training in Mulligan Concepts, Taping, Acupuncture, MacKenzie protocols, Active Release Technique, and Muscle Balancing (Sarhman and Cumerford) and has completed a Residency and Fellowship in the Canadian Academy of Manual Therapy.
He is a member of the Canadian Academy of Manual Therapy and the Canadian Physical Therapy Association.
Dave co-managed a successful private orthopaedic and sports injury physiotherapy clinic (CBI Physiotherapy) and bracing store (Bluewater Orthopaedic and Sports Supply) in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada from 1997 to 2008.
Internationally, he held the position of Director of Physiotherapy at Fawzia Sultan Rehabilitation Institute in Kuwait from May 2008 to April 2011. Whilst there, he worked three months in tandem with and was mentored by guest therapist Cliff Fowler of Abbotsford, BC, Canada. He also assisted teaching Mulligan Concept courses with Jack Miller, chief Canadian instructor and Gaetano Millazo, chief Australian instructor. He also had opportunity to design and teach a one day practical course on elbow injuries that impact the upper extremity and neck both in Kuwait and Lebanon.
Upon his return to Canada, Dave was privileged to work alongside Erl Pettman at McCallum Physiotherapy in Abbotsford, B.C. from May through July 2011.
In September 2011, Dave opened Dave Archer Physiotherapy (a division of Archer Physiotherapy Professional Corp.) in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada. In January 2012 he also began the development of a multi-disciplinary medical centre called Archway Health and Sports Services, also located in Sarnia, ON.
In the field of sports medicine, Dave has provided prevention, injury management and emergency action plans for events ranging from track and field to rugby. He has also participated in a variety of sports at a provincial level through high-school and played Senior A hockey through university. He continues to enjoy recreational hockey, volleyball and soccer.
Dave is passionate about helping people and his primary focus is providing patient care for chronic pain and sports injury management. He continues to be enthusiastically involved in mentoring and educating therapists in the areas of practical orthopaedic injury management and manual therapy both in North America and Internationally.
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.