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3) Follow hand washing/sanitizing protocols in clinic.

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Chiropractic

Chiropractors are leaders in their scientifically based field of health care, which restores and maintains health and wellness of the entire body utilizing a multitude of different techniques and methods including Active Release Techniques (ART), Medical Acupuncture, Functional Movement Screens (FMS), Biomechanical Analysis, Graston Techniques and Electroacupuncture


Physiotherapy

Physiotherapists are regulated health care professionals with a university degree from an accredited physiotherapy program, who assess, diagnose and provide hands-on treatment and exercise prescription to address movement disorders.


Registered Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy is a hands-on technique used to assess and treat the soft tissues of the body. As an accepted part of many physical rehabilitation programs, massage therapy can be beneficial for relaxation and stress reduction, decreasing pain and inflammation, improving mobility and increasing circulation of blood and lymph.


Naturopathic Medicine

*IMPORTANT* Dr. Proulx is now using her stand along JaneApp booking system to schedule all your appointment needs. Please visit http://www.andreaproulxnd.com/ to book your appointments. Naturopathic medicine is a distinct system of primary care that addresses the root cause of illness or disease and promotes health and healing using natural therapies. Treatment modalities may include clinic... Read More

*IMPORTANT*
Dr. Proulx is now using her stand along JaneApp booking system to schedule all your appointment needs. Please visit http://www.andreaproulxnd.com/ to book your appointments.

Naturopathic medicine is a distinct system of primary care that addresses the root cause of illness or disease and promotes health and healing using natural therapies. Treatment modalities may include clinical nutrition, botanical (herbal) medicine, homeopathic medicine, physical treatments, acupuncture and Asian medicine and lifestyle counseling.


Telehealth Physiotherapy

Physiotherapists are regulated health care professionals with a university degree from an accredited physiotherapy program, who assess, diagnose and provide hands-on treatment and exercise prescription to address movement disorders.


Bike Fitting

Whether you have been riding for decades or are new to the sport of cycling and want to prevent repetitive injuries, have a challenging chronic riding injury or are looking to shave time off of your personal bests and climb provincial or national rankings, a professional fit is what you need.

For additional information or FAQ's please refer to physiobikefitter.com for details.

Phanny completed a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy at the University of Ottawa in 2008. She has since worked in private practice in this beautiful city, offering treatments in French and English. She has experience treating a variety of clients of all ages with acute to chronic pain, sports injuries and postural dysfunction.

Passionate about helping her patients set and achieve realistic goals, Phanny strongly believes in treating the source of the problem and not just the symptoms. Through her techniques using manual therapy and movement, she will empower you to take charge of your health and become the best possible version of yourself.

She is committed to taking ongoing education in order to provide hands-on and evidence-based treatment that is tailored to each patient. She has completed many post-graduate courses in acupuncture, dry needling, K-taping, McKenzie A, B, C, SFMA (Selective Functional Movement Assessment), Titleist Level 1 and The Running Clinic.

Phanny has always been active from the time she was young from doing gymnastics to being part of her school’s volleyball and basketball team. She now likes to maintain her fitness through various weight and cardio classes such as BodyPump, BodyStep and BodyAttack. Outside the clinic, you can find her spending time with her husband and two children enjoying local food and drinks.

Phanny completed a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy at the University of Ottawa in 2008. She ... Read More

Originally from Saskatchewan, Amy Fahlman brings a wealth of experience and valuable perspective to the team. After convocating from the University of Saskatchewan with distinction, she worked in a private practice setting with a strong focus on manual therapy. She mentored with renowned manual therapists across the country, where she developed her keen intuition and feel. She completed a Masters of Clinical Science in manipulative therapy from the University of Western Ontario, and graduated as the top of her class. She has completed her KinetaCore Functional Dry Needling level 2 training. She is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy Manipulative Physiotherapists (FCAMPT) — Canada’s member organization in the international manual therapy monitoring body, IFOMPT (International Federation of Orthopedic Manipulative Physical Therapists). Amy is also one of the founders of Entry to Practice Essentials, a web-based study tool for the physiotherapy licensing exams.

Amy encourages her patients to live their best life. She understands most people would not be seeking physiotherapy unless they were experiencing pain that limits an important aspect of their life. She helps her patients understand their injury and get control of their pain so they can get back to doing what they love. She has experience in working with both CrossFit and endurance athletes, and a particular interest in teaching power training to improve output for endurance sports. Her rehabilitative style focuses on using exercise and manual therapy to improve muscle recruitment and imbalances, develop tissue strength, balance and stability to allow for a safe return to pre-injury activity.

Growing up in rural Western Canada, Amy developed a love for outdoor adventure. To complete her passion for health and fitness, she spends her time outdoors: running, mountain biking, skiing, snowboarding, canoeing, traveling and back country camping while spending quality time with her family, friends, and animals.

Originally from Saskatchewan, Amy Fahlman brings a wealth of experience and valuable perspective ... Read More

Jessica graduated from Langara College’s 2700 hour Massage Therapy Program in Vancouver and is currently completing a Bachelor of Health Science at Thompson Rivers University. She has had the opportunity to work with a variety of clients such as professional dancers, recreational athletes, pregnant people and people with MS and spinal cord injury. Jessica has additional training in Birth, Labour and Postpartum Massage, Post Caesarean Section Treatment, Cupping and Myofascial Techniques.

After completing yoga teacher training at Anadi Yoga Centre in India, Jessica was motivated to continue searching for a role that would allow her to help people live in their bodies comfortably, functionally and joyfully. Through Massage Therapy Jessica is committed to serving the health and well-being of her clients.

When out and about Jessica enjoys exploring her new home in Ottawa by bicycle.

Jessica graduated from Langara College’s 2700 hour Massage Therapy Program in Vancouver and is cu... Read More

Allyson is an experienced physiotherapist who has been working at private practices in the Ottawa area for the past 5 years. She has a master’s degree in Physiotherapy from McMaster University and a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Ottawa.

During her master’s degree she discovered the value of lifelong learning and has taken several post-graduate courses with focuses in manual therapy, running, vestibular and concussion related injuries. She has also completed her KinetaCore Functional Dry needling and Acupuncture Canada courses.

Allyson understands the importance of getting her patients back to doing the things they love by encouraging them to stay active while recovering from injury. She recognizes that each injury is unique and uses a combination of hands-on-manual therapy, dry needling, rehabilitative exercise and education to support her patients with their recovery goals.

When not working, you can find Allyson training for sports such as, triathlon, cross country skiing and canoeing. She also has a great passion for the outdoors and enjoys hiking, camping & walking her dog Bailey.

Allyson is an experienced physiotherapist who has been working at private practices in the Ottawa... Read More

During her medical education, Andréa completed a rotation in the Pain Management and Sports Medicine Clinic where she was a forerunner and advocate for the continuity and development of the Naturopathic Sports Medicine Group. Both personally and professionally, Andréa endeavors to achieve creative balance for the needs of the mind, body, and soul. She believes in personalized care and addressing the root cause of disease; working together with the patient to see from new perspectives and realize new goals.

As an ND, Andréa strives to empower her patients to take an active role in their health and enjoy a happy and active lifestyle. With patients Andréa strives to stimulate the body’s innate power to heal through nutritional and lifestyle counseling, acupuncture and traditional Asian medicine, botanical medicine, and physical medicine.

Dr Proulx firmly believes that it is important to be an active member of the community. As a former Queen’s Golden Gael varsity Track & Field pole vaulter, Andréa has continued to nurture her love of sport. She has completed the Olympic distance triathlon and enjoyed the Ottawa Marathon numerous times. Combining her passion for health and education, Andréa is a volunteer with Planned Parenthood Ottawa. In addition, she contributes her time, energy and organizational zeal to the Ottawa Carleton Ultimate Association.

During her medical education, Andréa completed a rotation in the Pain Management and Sports Medic... Read More

Dr. Andrew Sauer completed his Bachelor’s degree in Physical and Health Education at Queen’s University, where he also played varsity football. Dr. Sauer’s interest in physical rehabilitation began as a university athlete when he experienced the contrast between quality, individualized treatment and the traditional one-size-fits-all approach. Following his graduation from Queen’s, he continued his education in Toronto at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College.

While in school, Dr. Sauer led the Rehab 2 Performance club, where he introduced his peers to contemporary movement-based assessment and treatment techniques. He has been a part of the medical team for the Toronto Young Nationals hockey club, and has conducted movement and concussion baseline assessments for a variety of youth and collegiate teams over the years. He has completed additional training in Functional Integrated Acupuncture, Athletic Movement Assessment (AMA), Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS), RockTape, and Neurodynamic Techniques.

New to the NCR, when not in the clinic you can find Dr. Sauer enjoying his time outdoors, exploring the local trails on his bike or skis, backcountry camping, or snowboarding. Dr. Sauer will work with you to implement a program which addresses your individual needs, and will use the best tools available to help you reach your goals.

Dr. Andrew Sauer completed his Bachelor’s degree in Physical and Health Education at Queen’s Univ... Read More

A registered massage therapist, Melanie is a graduate of the International Academy of Massage who also holds a BFA from Concordia University. She has been in practice since 2002. Melanie was originally drawn to the field by a lifelong interest in anatomy, physiology, wellness, and the mystery of health and the body’s ability to heal.

She has continued this pursuit of knowledge with education in acupressure, myofascial release, and cranial sacral therapy. She is also certified in reflexology and as an infant massage instructor.

Melanie’s philosophy is to learn from – and provide knowledge for – every client. She works with people who are at a range of stages of life, including rehabilitation, sports training, aging, illness, stress, pregnancy, and beyond. She also treats people with chronic and degenerative conditions and those looking to maintain and improve their health.

To stay healthy herself, Melanie likes to work physical activity into her everyday life from cycling and walking to gardening and playing with her two children. She also enjoys a variety of fitness classes including yoga.

A registered massage therapist, Melanie is a graduate of the International Academy of Massage who... Read More

James completed his Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from Queen’s University in 2011. He grew up in a small town on Prince Edward Island, where his passion for competitive sports started at a young age. He played competitive hockey, raced on the alpine ski team, and spent every weekend in the summer on his bike. His love for sports grew in high school where he played soccer and ultimately turned down a post-secondary scholarship to play in the U.S. so that he could pursue full-time professional road cycling and mountain bike racing. In 2003, James won the U-23 Canadian National Mountain Biking Championships in Whistler, B.C. and went on to represent Canada at the World Championships in Switzerland that same year. In his spare time, you will find him training for half marathons or doing loops around Gatineau Park on his road bike.

It was James’ love of sports that lead him to a career in helping people overcome injuries, improve function and stay healthy. He believes the secret to success is building a strong patient-therapist relationship and incorporating many different treatment techniques. James has undergone extensive continuing education and can skillfully apply a combination of manual therapy, Active Release Techniques, GUNN IMS dry needling, acupuncture, and Functional Range Conditioning (FRC), along with home exercise programs to meet every patient’s individual needs.

James completed his Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from Queen’s University in 2011. He grew ... Read More

Dr. Shayne Young graduated with honors, from Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ontario, with a Bachelors of Kinesiology, in 2008. Following his graduation, Dr. Young worked as a Kinesiologist for one year in Orillia, before enrolling and successfully graduating from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College.

A passion for helping others, Dr. Young spent his summer months as a camp supervisor in the respite summer camp for children with autism at the Geneva Centre for Autism.

Born and raised in Marathon, Northwestern Ontario, Dr. Young was involved with many different types of sports and outdoor activities. His passion for sport and physical activity has continued into his professional career where prevention and treatment of sport injuries, particularly strength related sports, plays a significant interest. A strong believer and appreciation for the differences seen within individual patients, Dr. Young incorporates a variety of different modalities in his treatments and is certified in diversified chiropractic technique, Graston Technique® and Contemporary Medical Acupuncture. Active therapy (rehabilitation and exercise) and patient education also play a key role in Dr. Young’s treatments.

Dr. Young first lived in Hintonburg when he moved to Ottawa and couldn’t be happier about working in his old stomping grounds. You will be able to find Dr. Young in the local gyms, golf courses, and mountain biking trails in the summertime and ski hills in the wintertime. He is also quite busy as a father to two young boys, Declan and Conall along with his wife Shannon. He looks forward to providing and integrating effective manual chiropractic techniques to help his patients reach their fullest potential.

Dr. Shayne Young graduated with honors, from Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ontario, with a ... Read More

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