Find us at:
41 Broadway Ave.
Orangeville, ON L9W 1J7
Mon & Wed: 7am – 8pm
Tue & Thur: 8am – 8pm
Friday: 7am – 5pm
Brent Lunnie, formerly from the Health and Performance Centre at the University of Guelph, is the proud owner of EPA’s Orangeville site.
We have been serving this community for more than three years, and are pleased to offer acupuncture, ultrasound, TENS, IFC, paraffin wax and sport taping and bracing services.
Brent Lunnie, BSc Hon (HK), MSc (PT), MCPA, Registered Physiotherapist, Partner
A graduate of McMaster University, Brent is practiced in Acupuncture (Level 2 & 3) and Manual Therapy (Level 5). His clinical interests lie in shoulder, back, knee, ACL and vestibular rehabilitation, concussion management and sport injuries, including those as a result of lacrosse. Brent has lived in Orangeville for 7 years.
William Hunter, MSc(P.T.), BA Hon (KIN), CAFCI, MCPA, Registered Physiotherapist
A graduate of McMaster University, William has expertise in acupuncture and has attained his AFCI certification. He has also completed his Level 3 manual therapy as well as courses in golf injuries, sport taping and soft tissue release. His clinical interests lie in sport injuries, shoulder, back, and knee rehabilitation. An avid cyclist and golfer, William enjoys spending time outdoors in Orangeville’s surrounding communities.
Jocelyn McEachern, MSc (PT), Hons. B. (KIN), MCPA, Physiotherapy Resident
A graduate from McMaster University, Jocelyn has additional training in therapeutic taping, soft tissue massage and is pursuing her levels in manual therapy as well as acupuncture in her first year of practice.Her clinical interests include shoulder, knee and ankle rehabilitation. Jocelyn enjoys tennis, baseball and kayaking on the Grand River..
Amanda Politano, BSc, MSc (Med Sci), MSc (PT) Physiotherapy Resident
Amanda is a graduate of University of Waterloo (BSc), and McMaster University. During her time at McMaster Amanda participated in a role emerging placement with the MacWheeler Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Program at McMaster which is a not-for-profit exercise rehabilitation program for community-dwelling adults with spinal cord injuries. During this placement Amanda also worked with individuals from the MacAccess Program, which is a program specifically geared towards the adaptive needs of the Multiple Sclerosis population to increase balance, endurance, strength, function and quality of life. During Amanda’s undergraduate degree she volunteered with the Well-Fit Program at the University of Waterloo where she assisted and monitored cancer patients perform a variety of exercises that were designed to minimize the negative side effects of cancer treatment. Prior to entering the Physiotherapy program at McMaster University Amanda worked as a personal trainer specialist for 3 yeras. Amanda’s clinical interests are shoulder, neck and neurological rehabilitation. Amanda works full time in Elora
Tara Domuracki, Registered Massage Therapist
A graduate of Sir Sandford Fleming College, Tara has 7 years of clinical massage expertise. She is also trained in lymphatic drainage. Tara has been living in the Orangeville area since 1988.
Michelle Dick, Office Manager
Michelle joined the Orangeville site in April 2006. She can be found at reception and is your contact for billing and booking appointments.
Sheri Everson, Co Office Manager
Sherri joined the Orangeville clinic in June 2011. She is your contact person for scheduling appointments and accounts receivable.