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Physiotherapy

Your health, your goals ~ that is our number one priority when you choose to work with us at Cobblestone Rehabilitation. Our physiotherapists work with you throughout the entire duration of your appointment. They will work with you to get to the root of the issue causing your symptoms, provide education, instruction and treatment to keep you moving forward - getting you back to the things you l... Read More

Your health, your goals ~ that is our number one priority when you choose to work with us at Cobblestone Rehabilitation. Our physiotherapists work with you throughout the entire duration of your appointment. They will work with you to get to the root of the issue causing your symptoms, provide education, instruction and treatment to keep you moving forward - getting you back to the things you love to do.

Physiotherapy services include:
Neurological Rehabilitation (Stroke, Parkinson's, MS, Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury +more)
Concussion Rehab (Education, Baseline Testing, Rehabilitation)
Orthopaedic Injury (sprains, strains, aches, pains)
Sports injury recovery
Pre- participation screening for sports and work
Women's Health (disastasis recti, incontinence, pain with intercourse, pregnant & post partum mama's +more)
Pelvic Dysfunction (bladder pain, incontinence, prolapse ++)
IMS
Acupuncture
Pediatric Physiotherapy
Vestibular Rehab
Oncology Rehab

Our focus is on hands-on manual therapy and exercise prescription to regain mobility and strength as well as improve function. We work with patients of all ages and activity levels to help them achieve their goals. All of our sessions are conducted one-on-one with a physiotherapist.


Chiropractic Care

Not your typical chiropractic care! Treating very similarly to our physiotherapists, we believe chiropractic care should not just mean getting an adjustment. Our quality chiropractors look at the big picture to address your pain and movement dysfunction. Chiropractic is an evidence-informed, non-invasive, hands-on health care discipline that focuses on the musculoskeletal system. Chiropract... Read More

Not your typical chiropractic care!

Treating very similarly to our physiotherapists, we believe chiropractic care should not just mean getting an adjustment. Our quality chiropractors look at the big picture to address your pain and movement dysfunction. Chiropractic is an evidence-informed, non-invasive, hands-on health care discipline that focuses on the musculoskeletal system. Chiropractors practice primarily using their hands, providing diagnosis, treatment and preventive care for disorders related to the spine, pelvis, nervous system and joints. After taking a history, performing an examination and establishing a diagnosis, a chiropractor can develop and carry out a comprehensive treatment/management plan, recommend therapeutic exercise and other non-invasive therapies, and provide nutritional, dietary and lifestyle counselling.

A variety of chiropractic techniques are used including manual therapy and joint manipulation, muscle energy techniques, soft tissue & myofascial release, Functional Range Release®, specialized exercise programming, corrective and sport taping techniques, sport specific rehab and screening. Just like physiotherapy treatment sessions, other tools from our tool belt may be used including medical acupuncture or dry-needling.
Our Chiropractic care team focuses on restoring and maintaining the health of joints, muscles and nerve function.

If you’re suffering from aches, pains or strains, the time is right to arrange one on one hands-on chiropractic care with Cobblestone Medicine and Rehab. Our experienced chiropractors know how to get to the root of neuromusculoskeletal problems and administer the right treatment to relieve pain and restore normal function. Depending on the nature of your problem, this could take the form of manual adjustment, therapeutic exercises or even a personalized treatment plan that includes lifestyle and nutritional counselling.

Whether it’s neck pain, repetitive strain, a sports injury or a work-related ailment, our chiropractic services can help you enjoy a better health outcome — and you’ll find that our programs can be covered by extended healthcare plans, workers’ compensation plans, motor vehicle and other insurance plans. Chiropractic services can enhance your overall health and wellness, so contact us today to find out how we can help you overcome sore joints, back aches and other unwelcome pains.

You can expect our hands-on chiropractic care to:
Improve your posture and flexibility
Enhance movement in your neck, shoulders, back and torso
Provide relief from headaches, neck and back pain, including pregnancy-related issues
Treat and prevent work-related muscle and joint injuries
Help correct gait and foot problems


Registered Massage Therapy

The practice of massage therapy is the assessment of soft tissue and joints of the body and the treatment and prevention of dysfunction, injury, pain and physical disorders of the soft tissues and joints by manual and physical methods to develop, maintain, rehabilitate or augment physical function to relieve pain and promote health. There are many benefits of regular massage therapy, includin... Read More

The practice of massage therapy is the assessment of soft tissue and joints of the body and the treatment and prevention of dysfunction, injury, pain and physical disorders of the soft tissues and joints by manual and physical methods to develop, maintain, rehabilitate or augment physical function to relieve pain and promote health.
There are many benefits of regular massage therapy, including improved physical and emotional well-being.
Our Registered Massage Therapists are able to tailor their treatments to your needs - whether you just want to relax and relieve stress, improve muscle tension, or get relief from chronic pain - we are here for you.


Registered Social Worker

We provides counselling and psychotherapy services to individuals, couples and families, as well as, providing psycho-social assessments and reports. Brings extensive experience to the team treating clients with a variety of life challenges, specializing in mental health, trauma, victimization and relationships. Specialized Services We utilize a variety of therapy modalities to address the ... Read More

We provides counselling and psychotherapy services to individuals, couples and families, as well as, providing psycho-social assessments and reports. Brings extensive experience to the team treating clients with a variety of life challenges, specializing in mental health, trauma, victimization and relationships.

Specialized Services
We utilize a variety of therapy modalities to address the needs of individuals, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Narrative Therapy, Brief Solution Therapy, Emotion-Focused Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and Attachment-Focused EMDR Therapy. Concepts from the therapy model “Community Reinforcement and Family Training” (CRAFT), are utilized to support family members of substance abusers.

What We Offer

We work with adults, adolescents and children to overcome the obstacles that may present barriers to achieving a strong, healthy sense of self. We have experience in providing support for anxiety, post traumatic events, depression, life coaching, self care, stress and family issues.
We are committed to working with you at your own pace utilizing interactive tools that promote self awareness, improved communication and a growth of mindset that will motivate you toward achieving positive change!

You will benefit from our holistic wellness approach which examines all areas of your life, mind, body and spirit.
We hope to see you soon helping you become a better version of yourself!


Osteopath

Osteopathy is a whole body approach to healthcare complimenting medicine which involves the moving, stretching and the massaging of the tissues and joints. This can reduce pain and promote healing of injuries while re-aligning and encouraging overall wellness of the body. Manual techniques can help treat many conditions from sprain and strains, arthritis, bursitis, migraines, sinus problems, TM... Read More

Osteopathy is a whole body approach to healthcare complimenting medicine which involves the moving, stretching and the massaging of the tissues and joints. This can reduce pain and promote healing of injuries while re-aligning and encouraging overall wellness of the body. Manual techniques can help treat many conditions from sprain and strains, arthritis, bursitis, migraines, sinus problems, TMJ and digestive symptoms like IBS or acid reflux.


Naturopath

Naturopathy is a discipline focused on assessing and treating the human body to achieve optimal function and performance through natural intervention. Our naturopath uses various methods to tailor the treatment to you. Your treatment plan may include acupuncture, supplementation, botanical and Traditional Chinese Medicine, nutrition and health counselling, and more!


Occupational Therapy

A day in the life of an occupational therapist: An occupational therapist will try to find out why a client cannot do what they would like or need to do. An OT may check: Your physical abilities like strength, balance and coordination Your mental abilities like memory, coping strategies, organizational skills What materials or devices you use to participate in activities like furniture, ... Read More

A day in the life of an occupational therapist:

An occupational therapist will try to find out why a client cannot do what they would like or need to do. An OT may check:
Your physical abilities like strength, balance and coordination
Your mental abilities like memory, coping strategies, organizational skills
What materials or devices you use to participate in activities like furniture, utensils, tools or clothes
What social and emotional support is available to you at home, school, work or in the community, and
The physical setup of your house, classroom, workplace or other environment
Depending on what the problem is, the occupational therapist can help you solve it by:

1. Helping you overcome your disability. OTs do this by:
Educating or instructing you on how to do things with the abilities you have – e.g. getting around your community in a wheelchair
suggesting activities that will help you improve or maintain the abilities you have – e.g. improving your coping strategies

2. Adapting the materials you use. OTs do this by changing the things you use:
Around the house – e.g. a special key holder to make turning keys easier
In sports or leisure activities – e.g. a playing cards holder
At work or school – e.g. special tools that help prevent injury to hands and back
To take care of yourself – e.g. special bath or toilet seats
To get from place to place – e.g. car modifications such as one-handed steering wheels

3. Recommending changes to the environments where you do your everyday activities. OTs do this by recommending that you:
change the physical layout of your workplace, home or school – e.g. lowering/raising desk tops, countertops or cupboards
find out about the supports in your community – e.g. specialized public transportation
work with the people in your community – e.g. providing education about a disability to the teacher or employer
work with the government to encourage health living – e.g. request funding for special equipment
Through client-centred care, occupational therapists not only help overcome barriers but help prevent:
Unecessary hospital stays and readmissions, premature moves to a nursing home, work injuries due to poor work station positioning and other organizational strains, school dropouts due to poor attention spans or reading and writing difficulties, unemployment among people with a developmental disability or a mental illness

How are occupational therapy services paid for?
Workers compensation claims may involve a referral to occupational therapy services if you have a work-related illness or injury.
If you have an illness or injury from a motor vehicle accident, occupational therapy services may be covered under your auto insurance plan.
Long term disability insurance programs may cover occupational therapy services.
If you are a Canadian armed forces veteran, the Department of Veteran Affairs may cover occupational therapy services.
When occupational therapy services are not funded by your employee benefit plan or by provincial insurance coverage, there are occupational therapists working in private practice who offer competitive rates.


Pedorthist/ Custom Orthotics

Custom-made foot orthotics designed to improve your foot function, alleviate pain, & help you stay active! A custom-made foot orthotic is a device inserted into your shoe designed to align the foot and lower limb into a more efficient position and better manage load or forces. Excessive tissue forces can be altered allowing for injured tissues to heal and optimal function to be restored. Th... Read More

Custom-made foot orthotics designed to improve your foot function, alleviate pain, & help you stay active!

A custom-made foot orthotic is a device inserted into your shoe designed to align the foot and lower limb into a more efficient position and better manage load or forces. Excessive tissue forces can be altered allowing for injured tissues to heal and optimal function to be restored.
The body is connected in what is called a kinetic chain, therefore the way the feet function has implications on the rest of the body. The correct foot orthotic can act to improve function and relieve tissues of abnormal stresses, both in the foot and higher up in the kinetic chain.
Custom orthotics can act to accommodate foot deformities, treat overuse injuries, unload painful areas, improve balance, be a key component in the management of diabetic foot symptoms and be used for sport enhancement.

Conditions often treated by a Pedorthist:
Calf and Achilles tendon issues
Shin pain
Heel pain and/or plantar fasciitis
Metatarsal (forefoot) issues including Morton’s Neuroma
Bunions
Ankle Pain & reoccurring sprains
Arthritis
Shin Splints
Knee pain (including osteoarthritis and patellofemoral tracking dysfunction)
Hip and low back pain
General foot and ankle symptoms

What is a Pedorthist?
A Canadian Certified Pedorthist is an expert in designing, fitting and modifying custom-made foot orthotics. They consult with patients to determine a pedorthic treatment plan to best meet the patient’s needs.
Pedorthics is the science and practice of evaluating, fabricating and delivery of foot orthotics to prevent or improve painful or disabling conditions of the foot and lower limb caused by disease, congenital defect, overuse of injury.

Are orthotics covered by OHIP?
No, pedorthic services are not covered by OHIP. But most extended health care insurance plans cover orthotics or at least a portion of them. Check your plan!

Do I need a prescription?
Yes, your extended health care plan will require a prescription from your family physician in order to reimburse you for your orthotic claim.

How long does it take?
Your initial assessment is approximately 45-minutes in length. Your orthotics will be ready in 1-2 weeks. Your pick-up and any follow-up appointment are approximately 15-minutes.

What is the break-in period?
Your orthotics should be broken-in in intervals. Wear should be extended slowly over time. After 2-weeks you should be comfortable in your orthotics.
If an orthotic adjustment is required, there is no additional fee and it is usually done on site while you wait.

How often do orthotics need replacing?
A set of orthotics will last 1-4yrs depending on wear and tear; how much you are on your feet, weight, activity level, etc.

How often will I need to wear my orthotics?
The more you wear your orthotics the more benefit you get from them and the better off you will be. However times when you are on your feet and active are the most important times for orthotic support.

Specializing in foot and gait biomechanics. We can create custom foot braces including orthotics for sports injury and performance, workers injury and personal injury. We also provide custom foot care products as well.


Concussion Management and Neuro Rehabilitation

Our Primary Healthcare Providers will conduct a thorough post-injury evaluation in order to gain a complete picture of your injury and how it’s impacted you. This includes a detailed interview in order to obtain information on: How the injury occurred How you felt immediately after How you’re feeling currently History of previous concussions Current and past medical conditions Previous ... Read More

Our Primary Healthcare Providers will conduct a thorough post-injury evaluation in order to gain a complete picture of your injury and how it’s impacted you. This includes a detailed interview in order to obtain information on:

How the injury occurred
How you felt immediately after
How you’re feeling currently
History of previous concussions
Current and past medical conditions
Previous trauma/injury
Medications

The physical examination provides us with insight into the severity of your injury, as well as specific impairments that may need to be addressed as part of an ongoing management strategy. This portion of testing may include a combination of the following:

Balance testing
Strength and Coordination testing
Screening of visual motor skills
Vestibular (or equilibrium) testing
Gait assessment
Generalized neurological screen
Orthopedic assessment of secondary injuries (e.g. neck, shoulders)
Exercise tolerance testing (when indicated)
The duration of your assessment will be 1.5 hours in length.

The above testing procedures may not all be completed on the first visit. The assessment methods used are tailored to the immediate needs of the individual and each Healthcare Provider uses his/her discretion on a case-by-case basis.


Vestibular (Balance/Vertigo/Dizziness) Rehabilitation

Do you often feel dizzy or experience vertigo, motion intolerance, a persistent sense of imbalance, or unsteadiness? If so, there’s a chance you may have vestibular dysfunction. The good news is that these symptoms can be treated and you can regain your quality of life. Vestibular dysfunction is more common than you may realize. A recent epidemiological study estimates that as many as 35% of... Read More

Do you often feel dizzy or experience vertigo, motion intolerance, a persistent sense of imbalance, or unsteadiness? If so, there’s a chance you may have vestibular dysfunction. The good news is that these symptoms can be treated and you can regain your quality of life.

Vestibular dysfunction is more common than you may realize. A recent epidemiological study estimates that as many as 35% of adults over the age of 40 have experienced some form of vestibular dysfunction in their lives. Fortunately, most causes of dizziness can be detected through a comprehensive eye exam. It has been found that 85% of cases are due to inner ear disturbance (vestibular dysfunction) and can be treated using Vestibular Rehabilitation.

Neuro-rehabilitation therapy allows us to retrain your brain and eyes to regain functionality and quality of life for those suffering from visual problems due to vestibular rehabilitation. It works by using a variety of methods and techniques to get both eyes to work as a team and see visual space accurately. This form of therapy, known as neuro-optometric rehabilitation therapy, is an effective treatment for reducing or resolving symptoms associated with vestibular dysfunction.

If you have (or suspect you have) vestibular dysfunction and/or suffer from dizziness, unsteadiness or motion intolerance, talk to our team of specialized therapists. We can help!


Bioflex Laser Therapy

What is Laser Therapy? Low Intensity Laser Therapy (LILT) is the use of light from a Low Intensity Laser Diode or an array of Superluminous Diodes to eliminate pain, accelerate healing and decrease inflammation. Laser Therapy does not heat or cut tissue, unlike high intensity lasers. Many pharmacological treatments mask pain or only address the symptoms of the disease, Laser Therapy treats th... Read More

What is Laser Therapy?
Low Intensity Laser Therapy (LILT) is the use of light from a Low Intensity Laser Diode or an array of Superluminous Diodes to eliminate pain, accelerate healing and decrease inflammation.
Laser Therapy does not heat or cut tissue, unlike high intensity lasers. Many pharmacological treatments mask pain or only address the symptoms of the disease, Laser Therapy treats the underlying condition or pathology to promote healing. This means that the treatments are effective and the benefits of Laser Therapy are long lasting.
Laser Therapy can be used to treat a broad range of medical conditions, including musculoskeletal problems, arthritis, sports injuries, wounds, chronic and degenerative conditions, and dermatological problems. Please hit this link for the comprehensive list of conditions treated with laser: Conditions treated with LLLT


Shockwave Therapy

What is Shockwave Therapy? Extracorporeal shockwave therapy is a specialized form of treatment designed to improve the health of a tissue by delivering high intensity bursts of mechanical energy. This energy shock is not electrical, but rather a rapid high frequency vibration in the form of a Radial Pressure Wave (RPW). When appropriately applied, Shockwave can increase local blood flow, imp... Read More

What is Shockwave Therapy?
Extracorporeal shockwave therapy is a specialized form of treatment designed to improve the health of a tissue by delivering high intensity bursts of mechanical energy.
This energy shock is not electrical, but rather a rapid high frequency vibration in the form of a Radial Pressure Wave (RPW).
When appropriately applied, Shockwave can increase local blood flow, improve healing response, break apart scar tissue and adhesions, reduce muscle spasm, and directly decrease pain. Most patients tolerate the treatments well, and report only mild discomfort.


Medical Acupuncture

If you’re suffering from chronic or acute pain — such as headaches, neck or back pain, nerve pain, arthritis or tendonitis — and you’re looking for alternatives to medication and surgery, acupuncture may be right for you. Treatment involves the use of extremely thin sterile needles to reduce or relieve pain. The needles are inserted into specific points on the body that have been shown to corre... Read More

If you’re suffering from chronic or acute pain — such as headaches, neck or back pain, nerve pain, arthritis or tendonitis — and you’re looking for alternatives to medication and surgery, acupuncture may be right for you. Treatment involves the use of extremely thin sterile needles to reduce or relieve pain. The needles are inserted into specific points on the body that have been shown to correspond with specific points in your body’s nervous system. The stimulation of these nervous system points can result in pain relief, general relaxation and restoration of the nervous system’s normal state.

Many people find acupuncture to be relaxing and experience minimal discomfort during treatment. This treatment is safe and effective and is often used successfully as an alternative to drugs.


Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncture


Running Analysis and Performance Program

Are you ready to take your running game to the next level? Welcome to Cobblestone Running Analysis and Performance Program! Running is a skill, just like any other sport, with important aspects to learn in order to stay injury free and perform at your best. Luckily, training for injury prevention and increasing performance are the same thing. There are many complex aspects of running that c... Read More

Are you ready to take your running game to the next level?
Welcome to Cobblestone Running Analysis and Performance Program!

Running is a skill, just like any other sport, with important aspects to learn in order to stay injury free and perform at your best. Luckily, training for injury prevention and increasing performance are the same thing. There are many complex aspects of running that come together for one amazing experience. However, the large majority of runners experience at least one injury per year, which can be incredibly frustrating. One of the most important aspects in order to see improvements with running performance is the ability to stack training season over season, and year over year. Therefore, any time lost to injury takes you further away from reaching your full potential. Here at Cobblestone, we wanted to provide you with a solution to this problem, which is why we created the Running Analysis and Performance Program. It is our goal to arm you with the knowledge and skills to reach your full potential, whether that be completing a 5 kilometer run or racing a high-performance marathon, and everything in between.
Assessment
All of our assessments are one-on-one, utilizing an individualized approach based on your current needs. A running assessment will include: video-recorded gait analysis, introduction to form drills, an overview of your current running program, and identification of your strengths and weaknesses. Together, we will develop a treatment plan for injury prevention and performance which may include drills, strength training, adjustments to training plans, and/or adjustments to running technique.

Book now with Tanis Bolton, Physiotherapy Resident and sub-elite runner with 15 years experience including: varsity cross country, varsity track and field, road racing (5km-marathon), and ultramarathons!


Titleist Golf Performance Institute (TPI) and Swing Analysis Program

TPI is the world's leading educational organization dedicated to the study of how the human body functions in relation to the golf swing. Since its inception in 2003, TPI has studied thousands of golfers ranging from the top professional Tour players to weekend enthusiasts. An incredible amount of data on players of all shapes, sizes, ages, and fitness levels has been gathered during this ti... Read More

TPI is the world's leading educational organization dedicated to the study of how the human body functions in relation to the golf swing.

Since its inception in 2003, TPI has studied thousands of golfers ranging from the top professional Tour players to weekend enthusiasts. An incredible amount of data on players of all shapes, sizes, ages, and fitness levels has been gathered during this time. Using this data, TPI discovered how a properly functioning body allows a player to swing a golf club in the most efficient way possible. Additionally, TPI has analyzed how physical limitations in a player’s body can adversely affect the golf swing and potentially lead to injury.

TPI’s mission is to educate golfers and industry professionals on the Body-Swing Connection™ through its one of a kind ‘TPI Certified’ educational program.


Brace and Compression Garment Fitting

Proud to serve Don Joy Professional Sports Medicine Bracing to our patients! Our therapists will happily assist you with all your bracing and compression garment fitting needs!


Personal Training and Sports Conditioning

Taking your training to the next level!
Building stronger athletes one step, one session and one rep at a time. We are a team of coaches dedicated to developing athletes so that they can build confidence and develop habits to succeed in sport and life. We coach athletes through strength and conditioning programs designed to maximize athleticism and self esteem and minimize risk of injury.


Yoga


Optometry


Wellness Workshops

Join us for Cobblestone Wellness Workshops!
Location: 25 Curtis Ave N, Paris ON
No Cost - always complimentary!
Select a provider to learn about their next event!


Assistive Device Program Provider (ADP) with Reg. Occupational therapist

Assistive Device Program Provider (ADP)
OHIP Covered Program for Mobility Devices and Equipment


Community Neuro Program - Cobblestone Ignite

Community Neuro Program - Cobblestone Ignite

Meghan graduated on the deans list with a Degree in Kinesiology from the University of Western Ontario. From there, Meghan pursued her post-graduate studies in the field of massage therapy, graduating from the Accelerated Massage Therapy program at the Ontario College of Health and Technology. Meghan grew up in the Brant Count area and spent most of her days playing sports such as soccer, volleyball and dance. Those years of wear and tear on the body led to her seeking help from a massage therapist, and it was that exposure that sparked the passion and interest in this health care field. Having experienced the benefits of massage therapy first hand, her goal as a therapist is to bring those benefit to others via a variety of techniques. Meghan enjoys finding the best treatment personalized to each person she gets the opportunity to help.

Meghan graduated on the deans list with a Degree in Kinesiology from the University of Western On... Read More

Natasha moved to Canada in 2010 from the UK, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Modern Languages and Linguistics, and speaks French and German. She has been practicing Vision Therapy since 2016, when her son started a therapy program for amblyopia and strabismus. Throughout his therapy, her interest in Neuro-optometry grew and she was eager to learn more. She has since successfully completed the Practical Vision Therapy Accreditation Program (PVTAP) through Vision Therapy Canada. She has worked with a variety of visually challenged patients from adults to children of all ages, including those with Autistic Spectrum Disorders, developmental disorders and various acquired or traumatic brain injuries. With her personal experience, linguistic training and keen interest in this field, along with her calm and warm personality, Natasha is able to gently coach and guide her patients through their therapy. She is passionate about helping people and being able to contribute to their rehabilitation; seeing patients progress the way her son did, is the best part of her job.

Natasha moved to Canada in 2010 from the UK, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Modern... Read More

Tanis Bolton, Resident Physiotherapist Tanis graduated from the University of Toronto Masters of Physical Therapy program in 2020. She also holds a Bachelor of Education and a Bachelor of Human Kinetics (Hons. Movement Science) degree from the University of Windsor.

Growing up Tanis competed in gymnastics where she was first introduced to physiotherapy care. As she transitioned to competing in long distance running (cross country and track) in high school, she had her first major injury which took her away from competition for over a year. While rehabbing this injury, she developed a passion for the human body. She competed for the Varsity XC and track teams at both U of Windsor and U of Toronto earning Academic All-Canadian honours.

After graduation she worked as a Kinesiologist and Personal trainer helping athletes and every day people get the most out of themselves. This experience has also given her a thorough understanding of strength and conditioning principles beyond your traditional resistance band approach.

In her free time, she competes as an elite distance runner currently focusing on ultramarathons and bouldering (rock climbing). Additionally, she is the Assistant Coach for Laurier Brantford’s Cross Country Team. Competing in running at a high level for the past 15 years has provided a special ability to understand athletes and difficult injuries can be. She is passionate about providing advice and creating opportunities for athletes to continue to stay fit while rehabbing an injury.

Book today to rehab that nagging running injury, work related injuries, or anything that is preventing you from pursuing and thriving at not only your hobbies but, your life.

Tanis Bolton, Resident Physiotherapist Tanis graduated from the University of Toronto Masters of ... Read More

Aleandra Bowen is a qualified Occupational Therapist licensed to practice in Ontario and is registered with the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario (COTO).

She has experience in the functional, cognitive, and psychosocial evaluation of individuals who are experiencing difficulties performing their essential tasks of daily living due to illness and/or injury. She has completed education in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, occupational rehabilitation, Progressive Goal Attainment Program (PGAP), chronic pain management, and concussion rehabilitation.

Areas of interest include treatment for anxiety, depression, post-concussion syndrome/mTBI, and chronic pain.

Aleandra Bowen is a qualified Occupational Therapist licensed to practice in Ontario and is regis... Read More

Registered Occupational Therapist Authorized Assistive Device Provider

Registered Occupational Therapist Authorized Assistive Device Provider Read More

Tony Chen B.A (Hons Kin), MSc (PT)

####Registered Physiotherapist

Movement and Mobility Specialist

Specializing In:

Functional Movement Assessments

Sports Injuries

Sports Specific Rehabilitation

Personalized Exercise Programs

Other services include:

Workplace WSIB Claims (WSIB)

Motor Vehicle Accident Claims (MVA)

Acupuncture / Laser / Shockwave Therapy

Pre / Post Surgery Rehabilitation

Common sprains and strains

Chronic musculoskeletal conditions

I graduated from the Master of Science in Physiotherapy program at Queens University in 2016. Prior to that I obtained my Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology from Western University in 2014. During my time at Western University, I had the opportunity to work as an Athletic Therapist and Student Strength and Conditioning Coach with their varsity teams and with London St. George’s Rugby Club.

I have had my fair share in sports. I started curling when I was 3 years old and played competitively until I was 17, making it to the Ontario Winter Games in Collingwood as my highlight. I also played hockey as a defence man, retiring as an Assistant Captain after winning the Championships in Peewee. Throughout high school, I was involved with football as a running back and full back, and was recruited to play for the 2016 U18 Football Canada Cup in Winnipeg as a corner. Throughout University, I participated in a number of intramural sports such as volleyball, ultimate frisbee, flag football, and power lifting.

Tony Chen B.A (Hons Kin), MSc (PT) ####Registered Physiotherapist Movement and Mobility Special... Read More

BSc Human Kinetics, DOMP, NKT, FRCms, Kinstretch

A lifetime of involvement in contact sports and martial arts triggered Aidan’s passion for the art and science of pain therapy and injury rehabilitation. His desire to help others relieve pain and dysfunction convinced him to pursue a BSc in Human Kinetics (Kinesiology) at the University of Guelph. Through their world-leading anatomy program, Aidan acquired over 100 hours of experience in their cadaver lab.

This hands-on training has provided him with a deep understanding of the natural anatomical variations between people, and during this time, Aidan discovered Manual Osteopathy and its unique approach to manual therapy. The extensive knowledge he gained at Guelph was put to the test at the National Academy of Osteopathy (Toronto), where Aidan learned how Manual Osteopathy’s holistic approach promotes the body’s ability to heal and regulate itself. Aidan continues to expand his knowledge and skills base with additional training and personal study in NeuroKinetic Therapy and Functional Range Conditioning.

Aidan has experience working with professional football players (CFL), CIS varsity athletes of nearly every sport, semi-pro rugby players and competitive boxers and mixed martial artists. Aidan also assisted the clinical biomechanics lab at the University of Guelph in evaluating the effectiveness of sideline concussion tests and return to play concussion protocols.

Aidan will provide a personalized treatment program based on a comprehensive, full-body assessment, followed by the appropriate application of manual therapies and therapeutic exercises to help you reach your goals.

BSc Human Kinetics, DOMP, NKT, FRCms, Kinstretch A lifetime of involvement in contact sports and... Read More

Level 4 Personal Trainer Focusing on Sports Performance and Conditioning

Level 4 Personal Trainer Focusing on Sports Performance and Conditioning Read More

Dr. Fink is a graduate of the New England College of Optometry in Boston, MA (1995). She earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology from the McMaster University in Hamilton, ON (1991). She has been in private practice for over 26 years. Her passion in vision therapy led her to make in-office vision therapy a prominent part of her practice.

Dr. Fink’s vision therapy education includes all curriculum courses from the OEP as well as completing her FCOVD (2014). Dr. Fink is the first Canadian to be called to the OEP Board of Directors and is actively involved with international vision therapy education at ICBO, KISS, and CCVC.

Dr. Fink is also one of the founders of the non-profit Canadian National Vision Therapy Group COVT&R (Canadian Optometrists in Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation) which is now Vision Therapy Canada.

Dr. Fink offers her Vision Therapy space at no charge to host lectures to permit affordable education to more Canadian doctors. She was instrumental in acquiring the Vision Therapist Accreditation program for Canada via the Australasian College of Behavioural Optometrists.

Spreading vision therapy across Canada for the benefits it provides to patients is of paramount importance to Dr. Fink. Dr. Fink is involved in lecturing for different groups which include Eye Recommend, The Ontario Association of Optometrists, Behavioral Optometry Academy Foundation and individual Allied Health Professional Associations.

Dr. Fink is also a certified coach and mentors doctors, therapists, and patients with this unique skill set. Her main directive is to enlighten practitioners, parents and educators about the benefits of vision therapy in remediating and enhancing, as well as preventing issues stemming from the visual system.

Dr. Fink is excited and thrilled to develop a satellite clinic within the new multi-disciplinary concussion clinic of Cobblestone Medicine and Rehabilitation.

Dr. Fink is a graduate of the New England College of Optometry in Boston, MA (1995). She earned ... Read More

Dr. Tyler Fletcher D.C, BSc Kin, DAc Sports Chiropractor Traumatic Brain Injury Fellowship Advanced Practice Provider Certified Vestibular Rehabilitation therapist Advanced Level II Shift Concussion Management Provider Complete Concussion Management Clinic Partner

Special Interest in Functional Neurology and Persistent Concussion Syndrome.

Dr. Tyler Fletcher D.C, BSc Kin, DAc Sports Chiropractor Traumatic Brain Injury Fellowship Advanc... Read More

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Devon Haimes graduated from Sheridan College with a Bachelor of Applied Health Sciences in Athletic Therapy in 2020, and recently graduated from Ontario College Health and Tech for Massage Therapy in 2021. She is a former Gymnast/Power Tumbler, which has brought her to many competitions across Canada, and even a World competition in Denmark. Over her 8-year Gymnastics career, there have been many injuries, which sparked her interest in Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation. In recent years, Devon likes to work with the Brantford Bisons Football as a First Responder for on-field injury and Sideline assessment during the summer and early fall. In the winter, she has recently picked up snowboarding for recreational fun.

Devon Haimes graduated from Sheridan College with a Bachelor of Applied Health Sciences in Athle... Read More

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Bettina has worked in the region since graduating from McMaster University’s Physiotherapy program in 2000.

With her broad base of work experience and post graduate education, Bettina’s clinical strengths include:

  • treating neck pains, both the acute and nagging kind
  • managing jaw problems such as pain or clicking
  • improving chronic upper and lower extremity problems such as nerve entrapments, chronic muscle tension and nagging mechanical issues that prevent effective work and leisure activities
  • shoulder rehabilitation
  • sorting out balance and dizziness problems
  • managing concussions

In her time away from work, Bettina coaches soccer, is a Scout leader, loves to garden, work around the house with her husband, and spend time with her children.

Bettina has worked in the region since graduating from McMaster University’s Physiotherapy progra... Read More

Hi! I’m Bir Kaur. I’m a Registered Acupuncturist in Ontario. With over 20 years of education and experience in eastern and western medicine, I help people find the physical and emotional vitality, clarity and self awareness they desire in life.

Hi! I’m Bir Kaur. I’m a Registered Acupuncturist in Ontario. With over 20 years of education and ... Read More

Dr. Ha Joung (Helen) Kim ND is a strong advocate for holistic health and wellness. She loves joining patients and their families on their health journeys throughout their lives. She is dedicated in helping patients reach their optimal health through nutrition, stress management, and hormone balancing.

She maintains a general family practice with special focus on women’s health and fertility. She is passionate in helping women navigate their cycles and live in sync with their bodies. She believes when women have their health, they can be formidable.

Dr. Ha Joung (Helen) Kim ND is a strong advocate for holistic health and wellness. She loves jo... Read More

Laura McCreery, Registered Social Worker and Psychotherapist

Specialties: Trauma and PTSD, Domestic and/ or Sexual Abuse, Women’s Issues, General mental health

Laura brings extensive experience supporting diverse individuals and families with a variety of mental health needs. Laura believes the client-therapist relationship is critical to the healing process. Her goal is to create a safe space for clients to engage in their healing in a vulnerable and brave way.

Laura completed a Master’s of Social Work at Western University School of Graduate and Post-doctoral Studies, an Honours Bachelor of Social Work at Lakehead University, and a Diploma in Addiction Studies at McMaster University.

Laura is a Registered Social Worker (MSW, OCSWSSW), practicing Psychotherapy. Her specialization is trauma, with a specific focus on trauma as a result of domestic or sexual abuse. Laura’s treatment specializations include: EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing), CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy), CPT (Cognitive Processing Therapy), Attachment-based therapy and Narrative Therapy.

Areas that Laura can support with include: mental health, anxiety, depression, life transitions, stress, grief, family dynamics, and trauma.

Laura McCreery, Registered Social Worker and Psychotherapist Specialties: Trauma and PTSD, Domes... Read More

Registered Massage Therapist

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When deciding upon a career to pursue, Victoria always knew she wanted to do something medicine. Having dealt with a few chronic conditions herself from a very young age, Victoria was determined to one day help others overcome illness and injury.

Complimentary medicine has always been something Victoria admired and has also been something that was able to help her a great deal and overall helped to improve her quality of life. The main treatment option that helped her was Manual Osteopathy, and through seeing first-hand the positive impact it can have on an individual’s life, Victoria was determined to become a Manual Osteopath herself.

Victoria graduated and received her diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practice from the National Academy of Osteopathy in Toronto. Driven by wanting to help others in a significant way, she takes pride in providing the best care possible.

As a Manual Osteopath, Victoria’s goal is to work towards total body health through treating and strengthening the musculoskeletal system and restoring function in the body.

Victoria is bilingual! She speaks English and Polish.

When deciding upon a career to pursue, Victoria always knew she wanted to do something medicine. ... Read More

Dr. Kayla Rynne completed her honours Bachelor of Science majoring in Biomedical Science at the University of Guelph, and her Doctor of Chiropractic from New York Chiropractic College. During her education, Dr. Rynne acquired the knowledge to assess, diagnose, and treat a multitude of musculoskeletal conditions including neck pain, low back pain, headaches, shoulder injuries and much more. She has completed specialized certifications in sports medicine, nutrition, and pregnancy to be able to treat a diverse patient base. She also has additional training in kinesiotaping, myofascial cupping, and instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization.

Dr. Rynne is an integrative health care practitioner who values patient centered, evidence based care that emphasizes whole body health. She strongly believes in working together with her patients to optimize their overall health and well-being, all of which is achieved through healthy communication. Dr. Rynne values her relationships with her patients, and strives to develop a personalized treatment plan for each one, whether it be hands-on manual therapy, patient education, or exercise recommendations. Her compassion is demonstrated through her dedication to help patients maximize their overall function so that they can attain their personal goals, and maintain an active healthy lifestyle.

In her spare time, Dr. Rynne can be found enjoying time with her dog Ellie, camping, playing sports, or going on hikes.

Dr. Kayla Rynne completed her honours Bachelor of Science majoring in Biomedical Science at the U... Read More

Jenn was born and raised in Woodstock, Ontario where she currently practices and resides with her family. Jenn spent 12 years in full time study while working multiple campus lab jobs and raising a family. She started at Fanshawe College in 2006, attended Western University in 2010, and ending with completion of her naturopathic doctorate from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine from 2014-2018. Jenn has a special interest in treating digestive concerns and hormones but finds the most satisfaction in helping her patients to improve their overall health regardless of their particular health challenges. She finds that once a patient starts to feel good again, that most other things in their lives also improve. Jenn takes her “Doctor as Teacher” oath very seriously and spends a lot time helping her patients to understand the symptoms of their illness and how the treatments she prescribes help to shift the state of their disease. She also teaches workshops and conducts talks to engage people in natural healing modalities. Her favorite treatments are herbal medicine and acupuncture but Jenn says that Naturopathic Medicine is so effective because there are so many healing tools for Naturopaths to choose from. Book an appointment with Dr. Jenn South ND to explore the options that naturopathic medicine provides and start to feel good again.

Jenn was born and raised in Woodstock, Ontario where she currently practices and resides with her... Read More

Director of Performance and Sports Conditioning

Played 3 seasons in the OHL Played 5 seasons at the USport Level Assistant Coach U16 AAA Boy’s Hockey

Director of Performance and Sports Conditioning Played 3 seasons in the OHL Played 5 seasons at ... Read More

Robin is a Registered Massage Therapist who graduated with Honours from Georgian College’s Massage Therapy program in 2018. She also has an honours Bachelors degree in Kinesiology and has completed the McMaster Contemporary Medical Acupuncture course as well as a cupping course. The combination of all of her education gives her a thorough understanding of anatomy and physiology and how it relates to injury and daily living.

Robin is passionate about working closely with her patients to help them with their recovery process. She will take your individual needs and requests and develop a treatment plan that suits you. She compliments her massage treatments with the use of acupuncture, cupping as well as recommending stretches and strengthening exercises to enhance the overall affect.

Outside of work, Robin enjoys a very active lifestyle. Her favourite pastimes include playing hockey, running, cycling and participating in a variety of watersports at her family cottage.

Robin is a Registered Massage Therapist who graduated with Honours from Georgian College’s Massag... Read More

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