Lindsay has worked in private practice, hospital settings and long term care. Lindsay believes in the importance of individualized treatment for her patients in order to achieve their goals and optimize their quality of life. Lindsay has continued her education by taking post graduate courses including: McKenzie Part A and B, Soft Tissue Release, Kinesio Taping KT1 and KT2, The Mulligan concept: Upper Quadrant and Lower Quadrant, The Prevention of Running Injuries, FMS Level 1 and 2, Neuro-Rehabilitation Refresher course Advanced Aquatic Physical Therapy from the Canadian Aquatic Rehab Institute AquaStretch Foundations with Connie Jasinskas Certified GLA:D® Canada Trainer Member of the Exercise is Medicine Canada (EIMC) Professional Network
Judith has worked in different settings including outpatient orthopedics, various sport teams, and in acute care at the Ottawa Hospital. As a former university soccer player, Judith likes maintaining an active lifestyle and enjoys running, cycling, skiing and spending time with her family. She believes that moving is the key to a good health and she takes pride in helping people achieving their mobility goals. She has completed post graduate courses including: Manual Therapy Level 1 and 2 Acupuncture Level 1 and 2 Functional Dry Needling McKenzie Part A Prevention of Running Injuries Level 1 and 2 Pilates for the Pelvic Floor Foundation of Cardiorespiratory Physical Therapy Spinal Cord Injury Review in Acute Care Advanced Aquatic Physical Therapy (Canadian Aquatic Rehab Institute) AquaStretch Foundations with Connie Jasinskas Neuro-Rehabilitation Refresher course Advanced Targeted Exercise Prescription Member of the Exercise is Medicine Canada (EIMC) Professional Network
Vicki is originally from New Brunswick and has been living in Ottawa for 19 years. Her laid-back and friendly approach carries over to her patients in the clinic. Her treatment style includes education, soft tissue work, manual therapy, and exercise. She welcomes patients of all ages with all types of injuries and chronic diseases whether the problem is new or has been bothering you for years!
Sébastien Beaulieu is a bilingual registered physiotherapist who believes in offering an individualized treatment based on manual therapy, rehabilitation exercises and client education in order to achieve his patients' goals and maximize their quality of life. Sébastien has a passion for all sports and has experience in competitive martial arts, wrestling, kickboxing and hockey. Sébastien has a lifelong commitment to continuing education in order to provide quality services to his clients. His training and memberships include Manual Therapy Level 2 Upper and Lower Quadrants (Orthopedic Division) Functional Dry Needling Level 1 (Kinetacore) Lumbar Spine Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy Level A (Robin Mckenzie Institute of Canada) Cervical Spine Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy Level B (Robin Mckenzie Institute of Canada) Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization Technique (IASTM) Management of Spinal Cord Injuries Neuro-Rehabilitation Refresher course (for clients with traumatic brain injury, stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, and Parkinson disease) Advanced Exercise Progressions with Scotty Butcher Vestibular Rehab: A Comprehensive Introduction with Bernard Tonks Concussion Management Workshop – Physiotherapy Assessment and Treatment Advanced Aquatic Physical Therapy (Canadian Aquatic Rehab Institute) Aquastretch Foundations with Connie Jasinskas Acupuncture & Dry Needling Introduction, Upper Extremity and Lower Extremity (Advanced Physical Therapy Education Institute – APTEI) Knee Complex: Advanced Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management (APTEI) Elbow, Wrist and Hand Advanced Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management (APTEI) Member of the Exercise is Medicine Canada (EIMC) Professional Network
Susan has practiced in a variety of clinical settings including private practice, in-patient hospital, and the Ottawa Rehabilitation Centre. Susan works collaboratively with her patients to set personal attainable therapy goals that set the foundation for patient success. Her post graduate professional courses include: Levels 1 and 2 manual therapy Muscle energy Pre/post-natal care Motivational interviewing, action planning and change agency Certified Urban Poling Nordic walking instructor Member of the Exercise is Medicine Canada (EIMC) Professional Network Susan works collaboratively with her patients to set personal attainable therapy goals that set the foundation for patient success. Susan spent many years immersed in water as a swim instructor, lifeguard, competitive swimmer, and synchronized swimmer. Susan leads by example the lessons learned through her work with Exercise is Medicine Canada; she continues to enjoy swimming and staying active through activities including Nordic walking, restorative yoga, Pilates, running, tennis, skiing, skating and snow shoeing. Susan integrates the movement and therapeutic principles of all her favourite activities into her treatment planning in conjunction with patient’s interests and passions.
Van-An (Ashley) Dang-Vu
Ashley is a skilled and dedicated Registered Physiotherapist committed to delivering the highest standard of care to patients. She works with individuals of all ages and is always happy to listen to concerns, to answer questions, and to explain how treatments work. Ashley promotes active recovery and delivers personalized evidence-based treatment strategies using therapeutic exercise programs, manual therapy, and self-management techniques. Ashley graduated from Queen's University with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy. She also holds a Bachelor of Exercise Science from Concordia University, where she specialized in Clinical Exercise Physiology. As a lifelong learner, Ashley continues to pursue additional professional certifications to expand the scope of her physiotherapy services, ensuring her patients always receive the most cutting edge treatments available. Ashley is an active member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and the Ontario Physiotherapy Association. Her clinical experiences are broad and include orthopaedic and sport injury, neurological and vestibular rehabilitation, cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, palliative care, and, hospital acute and convalescent care. She has also worked as a Kinesiologist and Clinical Exercise Physiologist in the field of cardiac and neurological rehabilitation. Born and raised in Montreal, Ashley can provide services in fluent English, French, and Vietnamese. In her spare time, she loves to explore the great outdoors and stays physically active through hiking, kayaking, and swimming.
Jeremy graduated from Algonquin College in Ottawa with an Advanced Diploma in Massage Therapy. His work has incorporated deep tissue work, Dynamic Stretching with Fascial Release Sports Massage, all being dependent on the individual needs of the clients. The Sports Massage was complimented with Techniques to Relax, Regenerate, and Revitalize. He has experience with Carleton University Athletes, the Ottawa General Hospital Rehabilitation Patients, the Riverside Scars Unit, ACO Health and Wellness Attendees, and St. Luke's Development Assistance Group.
Heidi is a Registered Massage Therapist who graduated from ICT Kikkawa College in Toronto in 2000. Heidi has extensive experience treating soft injury cause by repetition training, strain and trauma. Massage therapy is an effective tool in the management of chronic pain issues and Heidi has a keen interest in helping her clients overcome the barriers of long term dysfunction. With a long history in competitive sport herself, a mother to an active little boy and extensive experience in many Ontario Health care modalities, Heidi comes to work as a compassionate, understanding practitioner who treats the whole body and not just its parts.
Evelyn Huer is a Certified Reflexologist and has been a member of RRCO since 2009. Through continued studies in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture, she has developed a deep understanding and appreciation of the physical, energetic, and emotional connections that affect the whole person. She has a practical, professional approach to help clients achieve their best possible balance. Reflexology is a great way to promote and support health and well-being because points on the feet, hands or ears affect the whole constitution of a person through meridians or energy pathways. Evelyn is also trained in a technique of foot manipulation developed by Dr. Mahlon Locke and she incorporates this, as well as elements from her Swedish Massage and TuiNa training, into her practice.