Hours of in Clinic Availability
Core Sports and Manual Physiotherapy
Tuesday and Thurs 7am-6pm
77B Colonade Rd.
Ottawa Sport and Manual Physiotherapy Westboro
Evenings and Friday 12pm-8pm
702 Tweedsmuir Ave. Ottawa, ON
(Tweedsmuir and Dovercourt)
305 Wilbrod Street,
Please inquire regarding on field, workplace, E-rehab or home options. Call for an appointment or e-mail me for more information.
Chronic pain and movement limitation mean that you enjoy your life less. I find what is wrong and I also find out what you want to be able to do physically. I help you heal your body so you can live your fullest life.
Physiotherapy AND Bike Fitting
Stop popping pills and take control of your health and your body
I am now FCAMPT (Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy) (www.manippt.org)! I just completed my Master in Advanced Health Care Practice at the University of Western Ontario as well!
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Evidence Based Practice
Acute Knee Management Protocol
Up to date researched protocol from UWO. It describes general instructions after an acute knee injury with evidence based information in an easy to understand format.
LOW BACK PAIN IN CYCLING: DOES IT MATTER HOW YOU SIT?
Over flexed posture in cyclists is associated with a significant increase of LBP. These findings suggest that in this subgroup low back pain during cycling is related to maladaptive lower lumbar kinematics.http://bjsm.bmj.com/content/48/7/609.2
Arthroscopic surgery for degenerative knee arthritis and meniscal tears: a clinical practice guideline
Arthroscopic knee surgery for degenerative knee arthritis does not, on average, result in an improvement in long term pain or function. Most patients will experience an important improvement in pain and function without arthroscopy. However, in <15% of participants, arthroscopic surgery resulted in a small or very small improvement in pain or function at 3 months after surgery, this benefit was not sustained at 1 year. http://bjsm.bmj.com/content/52/5/313
Effectiveness for PRP (plasma rich platelets) and Synvisc (viscosupplementation)
Studies from 2017 show that there may be some benefit to PRP for knee and tennis elbow injuries however the results are inconsistent and thus inconclusive. Studies for viscosupplementation on hip and knee OA show that there may be some benefit and there does not appear to be any adverse effects.