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Physiotherapy at Guelph – Bullfrog Mall

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Welcome to Eramosa Physiotherapy Guelph – Bullfrog Mall

The original EPA clinic, established in 1997, is still located in the Bullfrog Mall, at Eramosa Road and Stevenson Street in Guelph. The clinic boasts 3000 square feet and includes four private treatment rooms. A massage therapist is available four days a week, and our extended hours cater to individuals who work shifts.

In addition to offering physiotherapy and massage therapy, the Bullfrog Mall location in Guelph has a convenient Health & Wellness Store. We have a variety of braces, tape, foam rolls, hot/cold packs, and exercise equipment available for purchase.

In addition to offering early morning and late evening appointments, we do offer direct billing to most major insurance companies and treat WSIB and Motor Vehicle clients.

Hours of Operation

Monday-Thursday: 7:00am – 9:00pm
Friday: 7:00am – 6:30pm

Our Physiotherapy Services in Guelph – Bullfrog Mall

Our physiotherapists are skilled in a variety of treatment techniques including manual therapy, acupuncture, soft tissue release, vestibular rehabilitation, pelvic health, and concussion management. We also offer the latest in therapeutic modalities including ultrasound, interferential current, TENS, muscle stimulation, and mechanical traction. Our Guelph location gym is spacious and equipped with the latest equipment including a treadmill, exercise bike, various resistance equipment, physio balls, and foam rolls.

Our Guelph – Bullfrog Mall Physiotherapists & Staff

EPA staff member

Kristin Long

Registered Physiotherapist, MCISc, BHSc (PT), BScHon (HK), FCAMT, CAFCI, CGIMS, Partner, Clinical Director

Kristin is a graduate of the University of Guelph, McMaster University, and the University of Western Ontario. She is a partner of Eramosa Physiotherapy Associates. She has successfully completed her Advanced Manual Therapy Exam (FCAMPT), is a Co-Instructor with the Canadian Physiotherapy Association’s Orthopedic Division and holds a Professional Associate position as a Clinical Instructor with McMaster University. In addition, Kristin has furthered her education by completing Acupuncture (AFCI), McKenzie Part A, Concussion Management, Vestibular Rehabilitation, and a variety of other manual therapy courses. Through the University of British Columbia, Kristin has successfully become Certified in Gunn IMS, a specific intramuscular needling technique focusing on neuropathic assessment. She is a guest lecturer for the University of Guelph’s Clinical Biomechanics course, Injury & Prevention course and a co-instructor within the Anatomy in Motion course. Kristin continues to be involved with ongoing research projects through both McMaster and the University of Guelph. Her treatment techniques include the use of Manual Therapy , Specialized Exercise, Acupuncture and Gunn IMS. Her clinical interests include shoulder, hip, low back, thorax, neck, post-breast cancer, and vestibular rehabilitation.
EPA staff member

Andrew Stolfi

Registered Physiotherapist, MSc (PT), BSc Hon (Kin), FCAMPT, IDN, CAFCI

Andrew is a graduate of the University of Waterloo and D’Youville College in Buffalo. Andrew has furthered his education by successfully completing his Advance Manual Therapy Exam (FCAMPT) and Integrated Dry Needling certificate. He also has his AFCI Acupuncture Levels 1, 2A, 3A. Andrew leads Eramosa Physiotherapy’s Industrial Medicine Program. His treatment techniques include the use of Manual Therapy, Specialized Exercise, Soft Tissue Release and Acupuncture. His clinical interests include shoulder, ankle/foot, post-surgical rehab, Concussion Management, and sport injury rehab.
EPA staff member

Nicole Watson

Registered Physiotherapist, BHSc (PT), HBSc

Nicole is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario and McMaster University. Nicole has furthered her education by completing Manual Therapy Levels 1-5, Pelvic Health Levels 1-4, and other courses related to incontinence, perineal pain, pelvic organ prolapse, pregnancy, bowel dysfunction and low back/pelvic girdle pain. She has become EPA’s clinical leader in our Pelvic Health Program. Her treatment techniques include the use of Manual Therapy, Specialized Exercise, and Soft Tissue Release. Her clinical interests include low back, hip, women’s health, chronic pain, and pelvic health.
EPA staff member

Michelle Lumasag

Registered Physiotherapist, BHSc (PT)

Michelle holds a of Bachelor of Health Science in Physical Therapy from Velez College Cebu, Philippines and Thompson Rivers University-OL in British Columbia. Michelle is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, International Urogynecological Association, International Pelvic Pain Society, The Canadian Continence Foundation, Rost Therapy and Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute. With years of orthopedic and pelvic health practice, Michelle believes in evidence- based approach to treatment and she incorporates a broad range of manual therapy skills, modalities including taping/acupuncture, exercise prescription, patient education and specialized pelvic health training which includes the biopsychosocial framework. She is passionate to lifelong learning through ongoing post graduate clinical courses and conferences to provide the very best care to her patients. Her clinical interests lie in back, shoulder, surgical rehabilitation and male/female pelvic floor dysfunction.
EPA staff member

Jacqueline Zwambag

Registered Physiotherapist, MSc (PT), BSc Hon (HK)

Jacqueline is a graduate of the University of Guelph and McMaster University. Jacqueline has developed her skills through the completion of Manual Therapy Levels 1-3 and is working towards a diploma of advanced manual and manipulative therapy. She has also furthered her education by completing AFCI Level 1 Acupuncture course, and Lyn Watson Level 1 and 2 shoulder speciality courses. Her treatment techniques include the use of Manual Therapy, Specialized Exercise, and Soft Tissue Release. Her clinical interests include shoulder, low back, knee, and sport injury rehab.

David Ross

Registered Physiotherapist, MSc (PT), BA (HS), BSc Hon (Bio)

Dave is a graduate of Queen’s and McMaster Universities. He has furthered his education through the manual therapy training levels 1-3, AFCI Acupuncture, Vestibular Rehabilitation, and Concussion courses. His treatment techniques include a combination of Manual Therapy, Soft Tissue Release, Acupuncture, and Functional Retraining through an Individualized and Comprehensive Exercise Program. His clinical interests include the neck, back, ankle/foot, vestibular, and sports rehab. Dave also has a special interest in international work and has volunteered to work in Kenya, Haiti, Uganda, and El Salvador. When he’s not at work, Dave can be found rock climbing, cycling, and snowboarding with his family.
EPA staff member

Chenoa Koke

Registered Physiotherapist, MSc (PT), BSc Hon (HK)

Chenoa received her BSc (Hons) in Human Kinetics from the University of Guelph, and her MSc Physiotherapy from McMaster University. Chenoa has furthered her clinical education with Manual Therapy level 1, Pelvic Health levels 1-3 with a focus on female and male urinary incontinence, pelvic girdle pain, pelvic pain, and pregnancy. Her areas of clinical interest include pelvic floor dysfunction, musculoskeletal injury and prevention, and post-operative rehabilitation, including amputations. Outside of work Chenoa enjoys many outdoor activities including camping, canoe tripping, and hiking, as well as climbing, long-distance running, and cycling.
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Sara Riazi

Registered Physiotherapist, MSc (PT), MSc (Biomechanics), BSc Hon (HK)

Sara is a graduate of McMaster University Masters of Physiotherapy program. Prior to this, Sara completed her Master’s of Science in Biomechanics and her Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics at the University of Guelph. Sara has furthered her education by taking a soft tissue release course and plans to take courses in Manual Therapy, Acupuncture, and Concussion management. Her clinical interests include the shoulder, low back, sacroiliac joint, and sports injury rehab. Outside of work, Sara enjoys cooking, baking, playing the guitar, and maintaining an active lifestyle.
EPA staff member

Frank Kumi

Registered Physiotherapist, MSc (PT), BSc Hon (Kin)

Frank is a graduate of Queen’s University Physical Therapy Program. Prior to that, he attended York University for Kinesiology. Frank has furthered his clinical education by completing courses on Soft Tissue Release, Manual Therapy Level 1, Post-Concussion Management, and Acupuncture. He plans to take further courses in Manual Therapy and Acupuncture. His treatment techniques include the use of education, specialized exercise prescription, manual therapy, and soft tissue release. His clinical interests include the shoulder, low back, knee, and sports injury rehab. As an individual who enjoys staying active Frank can be found at the gym, playing basketball, or out on walks.
EPA staff member

Marissa Hiller

Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)

Marissa practices at the Bullfrog Mall location and is a graduate of the Fanshawe College Massage Therapy Program. Her clinical interests include pregnancy massage, injury rehabilitation, and massage for mental health. During her two years of education, Marissa gained experience working along side the Fanshawe College Falcons basketball team, the London Blizzard Invitational Sledge Hockey Tournament, as well as several retirement homes and Fanshawe’s student-run clinic, where she learned clinical massage for the general population. Growing up as a competitive dancer, Marissa is a strong advocate for a healthy lifestyle, promoting healing, improving performance, and injury prevention. She uses her diverse and dynamic techniques to maintain good health and restore the general function of the human body. She is currently working towards gaining additional training to further grow her practice.
EPA staff member

Matt Angell

Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)

Matt offers Massage Therapy at the Bullfrog clinic. Matthew is a recent graduate of the Massage Therapy program at Mohawk College and is a member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. Matthew uses Swedish massage techniques as well as advanced techniques such as deep tissue, trigger point therapy and muscle energy techniques to assist his clients in restoring health and function. Matthew has hours in Guelph on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.
EPA staff member

Holly Bignell – Stocco

Finance Manager

Holly Bignell-Stocco joined Eramosa Physiotherapy Associates in 1998. Currently, as Finance Manager, she oversees all areas of finance and administration including payroll, accounts payable, cash management, inventory, banking, reconciliations, and payroll. Holly enjoys a number of things while working here, such as problem-solving, providing timely and accurate reports, and working as a team to grow the company. She loves spending time with her family. They love to be outdoors, especially camping and swimming in the summertime.
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Cherie Proctor & Naima Medina

Co-Office Managers

Cherie and Naima can be found manning the desk in the morning. They are also your contact for all billing inquires including MVA and WSIB.
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Jennifer Vanderberg, Jennifer Hodgson, and Emma Lindsay-Kleinman


Jennifer V. and Jennifer H. be found at the front desk for all your appointment bookings. Emma is currently on mat-leave.

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