Martin has 26 years of experience treating orthopaedic injuries. Martin has a Masters of Clinical Science in Manipulative Physiotherapy, is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapists, and is a lecturer in the Bachelor of Health and Education program at Nipissing University. He also teaches and mentors physiotherapists through levels 1-3 of the Orthopedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. Martin is a certified Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) practitioner, and has participated in countless continuing education courses, including McKenzie levels A-D, Lynn Watson Shoulder Dysfunction Levels 1-2, Selective Functional Movement Assessment and Functional Movement Systems.
Mabel completed her Masters of Physical Therapy at Western University, and undergraduate degree in the Bachelor of Physical and Health Education program at Nipissing University. She is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapists and a Professor at Canadore College in the Occupational Therapist Assistant and Physiotherapist Assistant program. Mabel is certified in Kinetacore functional dry needling, acupuncture (Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute) and selective functional movement assessment (SFMA). She is a Kinesio Tape provider, and has taken continuing education courses in concussions, soft tissue release, and Mulligan treatment. Mabel has special interests in sports rehabilitation and arthritis.
Hunter completed his Masters of Physiotherapy at Queen’s University in 2019, and has earned both a Masters and an undergraduate degree in Kinesiology from McMaster University. Hunter is interested in the physiology of human movements and completed his Masters of Kinesiology thesis research on neurophysiological control of the upper body in various populations including healthy individuals and those with stroke and spinal cord injury. Hunter has completed his level one certification in the Manual Therapy Orthopedic Courses and will be pursuing further courses to obtain a Diploma of Advanced Orthopedic Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy. As a new graduate, Hunter is armed with up to date, and evidence-based knowledge to assist his patients overcome their injuries and return to the activities they love. Being from Northwestern Ontario, Hunter enjoys indulging in the adventures that the northern outdoors has to offer and can often be found canoeing, fishing, mountain biking, or cross-country skiing in his spare time.
Sebastian completed his Masters of Physical Therapy at Western University and has an undergraduate degree in Honours Science from the University of Waterloo. Sebastian has completed level one and two in the Manual Therapy Orthopedic Courses and will be continuing to work towards completing his manual therapy levels in order to obtain a Diploma of Advanced Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy. He is certified in Kinetacore functional dry needling, certified in acupuncture (Acupuncture Canada Institute), is a Kinesio Tape provider and has taken post graduate courses in soft tissues release, and Mulligan manual therapy techniques. As a world class ultimate frisbee player, Sebastian understands what it takes to stay healthy and get to the top of your respective sports.
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Katie has been with Manual Physio Solutions since 2017 part time in the evenings. She does it in her spare time along with managing Fifty’s Diner. Katie loves to keep busy away from work, she works on the family farm and participates in different sports throughout the year. She is a big family person and loves meeting and providing her assistance with clients whenever she can.
Janice has been managing the clinic at Manual Physio Solutions since March 2014. She has 16 years medical office administrative experience. When not in the office, she is busy with her three daughters. If you need to find her she will most likely be at the hockey rink or ‘family taxi’ for the girls’ many extracurricular activities.
Tina Chapman joined Manual Physio Solutions working on a part time basis in 2015, after a lengthy career as an Executive Assistant in a government agency. Not only is she is busy with her husband, boys and grandson, but she breeds, raises and shows boston terrier dogs. Tina continues to look forward to meeting the many clients who come in for physiotherapy.