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Physiotherapy

Book with our physiotherapists to diagnose your painful condition or movement problem! Your physiotherapist will formulate a treatment plan designed just for you and the life you live, and carry it out with you using hands-on manual therapy techniques, exercise prescription and coaching, acupuncture or Intramuscular Stimulation.

Jordan’s physiotherapy practice spans twenty years in many practice settings. These have included everything from high-profile sports injury clinics with elite level clientele to industrial clinics within a factory setting to rehabilitating the complex and serious injuries found in a provincial trauma centre.

In 2008, he opened Momentum Physiotherapy Clinic in his Riverside South neighbourhood, delivering expert care to clients outside of the city core, seeing athletes and community members alike.  His practice continued to evolve and in 2016, he took his expertise in physiotherapy and exercise physiology, combined it with his love for improving sport performance and injury prevention in youth athletes and became a partner in Amped Sports Lab (www.ampedsportslab.com) in Ottawa, Ontario. Within Amped, he has opened a state-of-the-art clinical treatment area as well as having a performance gym and an ice surface to carry out physiotherapy sessions to help his patients recover faster.

There are many ways to approach client care as a physiotherapist, but Jordan believes to be effective, he must be hands-on with his clients. He achieved the highest level of manual therapy accreditation available in Canada, becoming a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists (FCAMT) in 2004.

After the Fellowship in manual therapy was awarded, Jordan trained in Gunn IMS, (Intramuscular Stimulation) to add needling techniques to his manual therapy approach.

He then returned to his original exercise background from his degree at Western, and became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), the premier performance coach designation in North America.

His combination of manual therapy, IMS and exercise training expertise provides Jordan the ability to guide all levels of athlete from the acute injury phase through the entire recovery process including the training they need to return to their sport. He can integrate high level performance exercise and sport vision training into their programs at the appropriate time.

Jordan’s wide range of skills have made him popular with athletes that have not been successful with other treatments for their long-standing injuries, and he is known as a troubleshooter for persistent problems in the athletic population.

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Chelsea is a registered physiotherapist with several years experience in a private practice sports setting. Within the clinical setting, she has treated a variety of clients ranging from office workers to athletes in multiple sports. On field, she has worked with the Ottawa Fury Soccer Club, and the IIHF World Junior Hockey Championships providing event coverage. Chelsea grew up as a competitive athlete in soccer, which has driven her particular interest in ACL injury prevention. In her spare time, Chelsea enjoys running, working on her golf game and her continued involvement in competitive volleyball.

EDUCATION: Masters of Physical Therapy. Queens University Honours Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology. University of Western Ontario

CONTINUING EDUCATION: Titleist Performance Institute - Level 2 Medical Certified Kinetacore Dry Needling – Level 1 Orthopaedic Division Manual Therapy – Level 5 Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute – Level 1 New Trends in the Prevention of Running Injuries (Blaise Dubois) The Mulligan Concept: Mobilization with Movement – Lower Quadrant Soft Tissue Release The Thorax and Pelvis (Diane Lee) Sports First Responder CPR C with AED (Canadian Red Cross)

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Emma graduated from McMaster University in 2018 with an MSc in Physiotherapy after graduating from uOttawa with a BSc in Human Kinetics in 2015. Throughout her university studies, Emma served as a member of the Sports Physiotherapy Canada Ontario executive committee, was the student therapist for the uOttawa women’s rugby team, and worked with Team Canada’s medical team at the Rio 2016 Olympics (with the hopes of returning to another Olympics soon)! Emma has worked with a variety of populations, from young athletes to weekend warriors, active military members, veterans, and just about everyone in between. This has helped to shape her ability to develop tailored programs and treatment plans for people of all ages and all activity levels. In recent years, she was the lead physiotherapist of a very successful aquatic therapy program which provided a unique setting for active rehabilitation.

Growing up in Ottawa, Emma’s life revolved around a busy, competitive soccer schedule until she suffered her second ACL injury. No stranger to a daunting rehabilitation process, she was extremely fortunate to work with a talented physiotherapist. They inspired her throughout her journey, giving her ownership and responsibility for her own care. With such an exemplary professional model, Emma now hopes to ‘pay it forward’ by providing her clients with a similarly positive and empowering experience.

Emma is a lifelong learner and has already taken several courses in acupuncture, dry needling, athletic taping, K-taping and Part A of the McKenzie Method for the low back. She looks forward to completing her manual therapy levels and concussion management courses in the near future. Emma’s treatment style is a combination approach of manual therapy and tailored, functional exercises that relate to the goals at hand. Emma believes in breaking down troublesome or painful activities into smaller components in order to train the system as a whole and work to achieve a functional movement pattern. She believes in encouraging her clients to be their best selves and incorporates a variety of tools to support their individual needs.

Emma’s personal motto is “leave people better than you found them” and she looks forward to working with you to help you reach your goals, whatever they may be.

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Stephanie joins us at Amped Physiotherapy having practiced as a registered physiotherapist in Ottawa since 2010.  She graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Human Kinetics from St. Francis Xavier University in 2008 and a Masters in Physiotherapy from the University of Western Ontario in 2010.    She has a hands-on approach to treatment and exercise prescription, treating clients of all ages and physical activity levels.

Stephanie is committed to pursuing continuing education and takes regular post-graduate courses in various methods of physiotherapy assessment and treatment. She has pursued post-graduate education through the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, and currently holds Level III Upper Quadrant and Level II Lower Quadrant certificates. Stephanie has taken Level 1 training in NeuroKinetic Therapy (NKT) and Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA). She is also trained in anatomical acupuncture.

Stephanie has completed the Level I: The Physiotherapy Approach to Male and Female Urinary Incontinence and Level II/III: Female and Male Pelvic Pain courses through Pelvic Health Solutions and training in rehabilitation of the postpartum athlete. She is rostered to practice pelvic health physiotherapy with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario.

Stephanie has a special interest in sports rehabilitation.  She has extensive experience in on-field coverage, clinical rehabilitation, and return to sport protocols in football and rugby. Stephanie has provided sport physiotherapy coverage for the Ottawa Sooners football club, Skate Canada National Championships, Tamarack Ottawa Race Weekend and Special Olympics Canada Summer Games. In her spare time, Stephanie is active in volleyball, kickboxing, running and yoga.

Stephanie can be found at Amped Physiotherapy Monday through Friday. She looks forward to helping you reach your physiotherapy goals!

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Aaron is a Registered Physiotherapist who received his Master’s Degree in Physiotherapy at the University of Ottawa after completing his Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Health and Education at Laurentian University in Sudbury. He also earned his Personal Trainer designation through the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology.

Aaron’s background in both human movement and personal training allowed him to pursue a student trainer role with the Sudbury Wolves of the Ontario Hockey League during his time at Laurentian University. As part of this experience, Aaron assisted with the implementation of strength and conditioning routines, and performed fitness testing for elite level athletes. Being with the team every day allowed Aaron to treat, manage and prevent various injuries, as well as prepare the players for game time.

As a Physiotherapist, Aaron uses a combination of patient education, manual therapy and exercise prescription as the foundations to his evidence based practice. Although hockey is one of Aaron’s strong interests, he is very passionate about the career he has chosen and as a result, takes pride in helping athletes of all sports, levels and ages.

Aaron has continued his education by taking post-graduate courses including Functional Dry Needling, Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), Mackenzie Part A, the Mulligan Concept: Upper Quadrant, Certified Sports First Responder and is working his way through his Manual Therapy Levels.

Aaron is a bilingual therapist who is happy to provide services in both English and French.

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Casey graduated from Queen’s University in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology. Casey went on to complete a Master of Anatomical Science degree at Queen’s University in 2016.

Learning about the intricacies of the human body is what fostered Casey’s strong interest in biomechanics and drew her to the field of physiotherapy. Casey completed the Master of Physical Therapy degree at Queen’s University in 2018. Casey is currently continuing her professional development in orthopaedics by completing the Master of Clinical Science degree in Comprehensive Musculoskeletal Physical Therapy at Western University.

Casey is committed to providing individualized patient focused care where the patient is an active member in their therapy. She uses a combination of exercise, manual therapy, functional dry needling (FDN) and patient education to optimize function. As a long-distance runner herself, Casey has a special interest in running related injuries and understands the importance of rehabilitating athletes safely back to their sport and promoting future injury prevention.

Casey has taken post-graduate courses including Functional Dry Needling, PABC: New Trends in the Prevention of Running Injuries, Certified GLA:D Canada trainer (specializing in hip and knee osteoarthritis), Certified Canadian Red Cross Sports First Responder, and Concussion: prevention, detection, and management.

When not in the clinic, Casey enjoys being active and outdoors. Casey enjoys long distance running, hiking, cycling, snowboarding and yoga.

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