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Physiotherapy at Guelph – Health & Performance Centre

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Welcome to Eramosa Physiotherapy Guelph – Health & Performance Centre

The Health and Performance Centre (HPC) offers a wide range of diagnostic, rehabilitation and health promotion services and has been serving Guelph and the University of Guelph for the past 5+ years. We specialize in the diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of acute and chronic orthopedic, musculoskeletal, sport, and activity related injuries.

In addition to the care of acute and overuse injuries, our multidisciplinary approach caters to the patient whose desired level of activity is curtailed due to a variety of injuries. The HPC boasts one of Guelph’s finest isokinetic machines, and this machine is available for any of our patients at the HPC. The EPA physiotherapists at the HPC also participate in monthly clinical discussions and as a result of our affiliation, EPA’s research information and professional interactions are transferred to all of our locations.

Hours of Operation

Monday-Thursday: 7:30am – 7:30pm
Friday: 7:30am – 5:30pm

Our Physiotherapy Services in Guelph – Health & Performance Centre

The HPC’s multidisciplinary team includes: sport medicine physicians, physiotherapists, massage therapists, occupational therapists, dietitians, kinesiologists, chiropractors and pedorthist.

Our Guelph – Health & Performance Centre Physiotherapists & Staff

EPA staff member

Jacqueline Sinkeldam

Registered Physiotherapist, MCISc, BHSc Hon (PT), BSc Hon (HK), FCAMT, CAFCI, Senior Partner

Jackie is a graduate of the University of Guelph and McMaster University. She is a founding partner of Eramosa Physiotherapy Associates in May 1997. She has successfully completed her Intermediate Manual Therapy and Advanced Manual Therapy Exam (FCAMPT). In addition, Jackie has furthered her education by completing her Certificate of Acupuncture Foundation of Canada (CAFCI), Concussion Management, Vestibular Rehabilitation, and is known as a local Pelvic Health Care Leader. She is a clinical instructor for McMaster University and 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, Soft Tissue Release and Acupuncture. Her clinical interests include shoulder, low back, knee, women’s health, concussion management, pelvic health, and vestibular rehabilitation.
EPA staff member

Brett Lyons

Registered Physiotherapist, BSc (PT), M.Manual Therapy, FCAMPT, Clinic Manager

Brett is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario and the University of Western Australia. With over 18 years of passion for physiotherapy, Brett continues to create teams of physiotherapists to develop evidence-based programs of physiotherapy services. Brett has furthered his education by completing his M.Manual Therapy, Sport First Responder, Vestibular Rehab, Acupuncture (Level 1), Concussion Management, and Mulligan Techniques, just to name a few. His treatment techniques include the use of Manual Therapy, Specialized Exercise, Acupuncture, and Soft Tissue Release. His clinical interests include shoulder, low back, knee, sport injury rehab, and concussion management.
EPA staff member

Denise Mortley

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

A graduate of the University of Guelph and McMaster University, Denise successfully completed her Advanced Manual and Manipulative Therapy examinations in 2012. She has a clinical interest in sport and running injuries and has completed courses in Running gait assessment and injury prevention. Denise also has training in Acupuncture (Level 1 AFCI), Trigger Point Dry Needling (FDN Level 1), Vestibular Rehabilitation, and Concussion Management.
EPA staff member

Lisa Geddes

Registered Physiotherapist, BSc (PT)

Lisa is a graduate of the University of Toronto she has worked with recreational to National level athletes at the HPC since 2005. She is a proud member of EPA and is a Guelph Youth Soccer Coach. Her clinical interests are shoulder, hip, knee, and re-training postural awareness. Recently Lisa did a course in New Advances in Hip Rehab.
EPA staff member

Emma Plater

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

Graduate of the University of Guelph (BSc Human Kinetics) and Queen’s University (MSc Physical Therapy). Currently a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Guelph in Biomechanics & Neurophysiology, with a research interest in prosthetics and skin sensitivity. Her clinical interests include ankle and foot rehabilitation, running gait analysis, functional movement/exercise, endurance sport, and parasport. She has worked with several sports teams at varying levels of competition, including track and field, field hockey, ice hockey, tennis, and soccer. As a former competitive triathlete and varsity cross-country runner, she understands the importance of exercise for injury prevention, while also relating well to the unique physical and mental challenges of endurance sport. She continues to run competitively and has recently taken up CrossFit.
EPA staff member

Craig Dixon

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

Craig is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario and McMaster University. After completing his Masters in Physiotherapy, he came the Health and Performance Centre where he completed a Sports Physiotherapy Fellowship. Since he has been very active working with a vast variety of varsity and elite/professional teams and athletes on campus and in the community. Some of the most notable experience in sport is his involvement with Rugby Canada, Golf Canada, the Guelph Nighthawks Professional Basketball Club, varsity hockey, rugby and track, and field. Aside from sport, Craig remains active in the classroom both as a teacher and student. He continues to take a variety of courses as he works towards his Diplomas in Sports Physiotherapy and Advanced Manual Therapy. He enthusiastically guests lectures for the University’s Anatomy program and is a Clinical Instructor for McMaster’s Physiotherapy Program. Craig enjoys treating everything but has a special clinical interest is post-surgical cases and the shoulder.

Jeannette Johnson

Registered Physiotherapist, MSc (PT), BSc Hon (HK), CIDN, Body Harmonics® Mat and Reformer Pilates Instructor

Jeannette is a graduate of the University of Toronto and the University of Guelph. She has taken numerous professional development courses, including Integrated Dry Needling, TMJ, concussion management, manual therapy, dance rehabilitation, and Pilates certifications. As a former competitive dancer and varsity-level sprinter, she has a natural interest in treating running and dance injuries. Jeannette’s other clinical interests include treatment of the TMJ, shoulder, lower extremity, and sports injury rehab. Jeannette is a certified Pilates instructor and has been teaching Pilates at the HPC since 2019. She is excited to have been able to offer virtual physiotherapy Pilates classes since 2020 and continues to offer individual physiotherapy treatments on the reformer and mat.
EPA staff member

Casey D’Mello

Registered Physiotherapist, BA Hon (Kin), MPT, AFCI, Sport Cert (C)

Completed Masters in Physical Therapy at Western and went on to practice in a sports clinic before completing his Sports Physiotherapy fellowship at HPC (University of Guelph). Casey is passionate about being around athletes and working with them to improve their performance from a physical therapy standpoint as he had his fair share of injuries in sports. He knows that being able to perform at the highest level you need to not only be mentally fit but also physically healthy. Casey grew up playing soccer and went onto representing Canada at the U17 level. Played with Toronto FC academy and reserve team. Play university soccer at York and was an All-Canadian 3 years in a row. Outside of work, Casey runs his own soccer school called ‘technical touch training’ where he works with high-performance soccer players to improve their skills. Between work and soccer, he enjoys working out and traveling. Casey is in the process of completing his levels with the orthopaedic division and will look to complete his sports fellowship diploma in the nearby future. He uses manual therapy but highly emphasizes exercise to improve his practice. He has a special interest in Knees especially ACL injuries from his experience working with orthopaedic surgeons.

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