Find Us At:
41 Broadway Ave.
Orangeville, ON L9W 1J7
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday: 8:00am – 8:00pm
Wednesday: 7:00am – 8:00pm
Friday: 7:00am – 5:00pm
Eramosa Physiotherapy Associates Orangeville opened in 2005 as has been proudly serving the community for the past 12 years. In that time we have built up an excellent reputation within the medical community and work collaboratively with a variety of health professionals. Our bright, spacious clinic has four private treatment rooms. We have a massage therapist on site with whom we can work in partnership with to provide optimal patient care. Our therapists are highly skilled with extensive post-graduate training in manual therapy, acupuncture, vestibular rehabilitation, and concussion management. We have also recently added a pelvic health rehabilitation specialist to our team. We offer extended hours with early morning and evening appointments to accommodate busy schedules.
Brent Lunnie, MSc (PT), BSc Hon (HK), Registered Physiotherapist, Senior Partner
Brent is a graduate of the University of Guelph and McMaster University. Brent has furthered his education by completing Manual Therapy Levels 1-5, Intermediate Manual Therapy and Manipulative Exam, AFCI Acupuncture Level 1, 2A/3A, Vestibular Rehabilitation, and Concussion Management. His treatment techniques include the use of Manual Therapy, Specialized Exercise, and Acupuncture. His clinical interests include shoulder, low back, knee, sport injury rehab (specifically hockey, lacrosse, and running injuries), concussion management, and vestibular rehabilitation. Brent: fun fact is that in my spare time I am chasing around my three boys with all their sports and trying to train for trail and road running. And that thankfully my 2018 Toronto Marathon time did qualify me for the 2020 Boston Marathon.
William Hunter , MSc (PT), BA Hon (Kin), CAFCI, Registered Physiotherapist, Partner
Wil is a graduate of McMaster University for both his Kinesiology and Physiotherapy degrees. Wil has furthered his education by completing Manual Therapy Levels 1-4, Intermediate Manual Therapy and Manipulative Exam, Completed Acupuncture through Acupuncture Canada
• Coursework in the Progressive Goal Attainment Program (PGAP), Coursework in Persistent Pain Management, additional post-graduate courses in neurodynamics, shoulder, concussion and vestibular management. His treatment techniques include the use of Manual Therapy, Specialized Exercise, and Acupuncture. His clinical interests include persistent pain management, post-surgical care, shoulder, low back, knee, sport injury rehab, concussion management. Wil and his family like to stay active throughout the year. In the winter you can find him downhill skiing or playing badminton, while in the summer he enjoys cycling, running, or waterskiing at his family cottage. He also loves a cup of freshly ground coffee!
Amanda Jones (Politano), MSc (PT), MSc (Med Sci), BSc Hon (BIOM), Registered Physiotherapist
Amanda is a graduate of the University of Waterloo and McMaster University. Amanda has furthered her education by completing Manual Therapy Levels 1-2, AFCI Acupuncture Level 1 and now has completed the McMaster Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Training as well as the Electroacupuncture training, Pelvic Health Courses, and post-graduate courses in Breast Cancer Rehabilitation. She is also working towards a Diploma of Advanced Manual Therapy. Her treatment techniques include the use of Manual Therapy, Specialized Exercise, Soft Tissue Release and Acupuncture. Her clinical interests include shoulder, back, pregnancy, incontinence, pelvic pain, prolapse and Breast Cancer Rehabilitation. Unique experiences, travelled to Costa Rica/Nicaragua on a medical missionary trip during my undergraduate degree, worked as a personal trainer prior to attending physiotherapy school and have taken post-secondary courses in nutrition Amanda has had 2 children within the last 3 years.
Katie Pistor, MSc (PT), MSc (Kin), BSc Hon (Kin), Registered Physiotherapist
Katie is a graduate of York University and McMaster University. Katie has furthered her education by completing Acupuncture, BoneFit Trained (osteoporosis management), GLA:D Canada certification she is working towards a Diploma of Advanced Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulative Therapy (completed level 3), postgraduate clinical courses completed in the areas of shoulder, low back, fascial release, inflammatory arthritis, running injury prevention/treatment Her treatment techniques include the use of Manual Therapy, Specialized Exercise, Acupuncture and Soft Tissue Release. Her clinical interests include shoulder, ankle/foot, sport injury rehab, and osteoarthritis and inflammatory arthritis assessment/management, Exercise management for osteoporosis, Sports Physiotherapy – specifically running injuries. Katie’s hobby is running.
Tara Domuracki, Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)
Tara is a graduate of Sir Sandford Fleming College in Massage Therapy. She has been living in the Orangeville area since 1988. Along with Swedish massage Tara has completed many postgraduate courses to help compliment her outcome based massage philosophy. These courses include Lymphatic drainage, NISA, Athletic taping, Thai yoga massage and most recently an interest in cupping. Although her focus seems very sports based she welcomes all clients seeking massage.
Mary Ann, Office Administrator
Mary Ann joined the Eramosa team, Orangeville in the fall of 2019. As the Lead Office Administrator, she offers the team extensive knowledge in office management and outstanding customer service. Mary Ann’s experience in working in the retirement industry combined with an educational background in recreation gives her a keen understanding of the importance of living a well-rounded healthy lifestyle. When not working Mary Ann can be found outdoors enjoying nature; hiking, biking, running or on the squash court, using squash as cross training for the half marathons that she participates in. Mary Ann is excited to be part of a team that focuses on “an evidence-based approach to physiotherapy” helping to create a life well lived for all that walk through our doors.