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Joanna Nawrotek
Acupuncture/DryneedlingExercise RehabMyofascial ReleaseVestibular Rehab+1 more
Joanna embarked on her studies at the University of Ottawa, first completing her Bachelor of Science specializing in Physiology, and then moving on to graduate from the Masters of Health Sciences in Physiotherapy program in 2015. Having always studied in French, Joanna is happy to provide treatments in both official languages of Canada. Joanna experienced the benefits of physiotherapy and the importance of participating actively in your recovery for herself when she injured her hand playing football during her studies. As such, she greatly encourages her patients to be involved in their health journey by emphasizing open communication, education and rehabilitative exercises. This empowers patients on their road to recovery. Knowing that getting to the clinic can be difficult for some patients, Joanna also offers home care treatments in the downtown core.
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Benjamin Matheson
BKin (Hons) , DC
Backround Dr. Matheson grew up in a Saskatchewan playing, watching, and constantly talking about almost all sports. As a member of his university track and field team, he combined a love of sports with his pursuit of a kinesiology degree (completed in 2008, University of Regina) in a quest to better understand all how exercise and physical activity interact with injury, pain and health. Since graduating from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, in 2011, Dr. Matheson has enjoyed working in many different settings in Saskatchewan, British Columbia, and Ontario. Treatments His approach to treatment includes a combination of hands on treatment, exercise and advice. This includes manipulation/mobilization, soft tissue treatment, Graston technique, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, exercise, advice, and referral to optimize results for patients. With each condition, a thorough assessment is key. Decisions for care are always made in a cooperative fashion (patient-focused approach) to ensure that you are presented with the best conservative options for care. Training and Experience Much of Dr. Matheson’s experience has been in a team-based environment. An experience that has always informed his practice has been his time spent as a track a field coach for sprinters with Regina’s Excel Athletika Track and Field Club, and the Regina Chapter of Special Olympics track and field team. His proudest accomplishment was seeing one of his athletes go to the Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles in 2015. Dr. Matheson has worked alongside different types of medical practitioners and spends a great deal of his time researching best practices for treating and assessing painful conditions. • Graston Technique Level 1 • FAKTR PM Level 1 • Extremity Adjusting Seminar – Hip, Knee, Foot and Shoulder • Sport Coach Certification: Track and Field, Special Olympics • Pro Health Systems I – ASTM introduction • CPR-C AED Personal Interests Dr. Matheson loves to chat about sports (especially baseball), food, movies and TV. He spends a lot of his free time enjoying running and walking around the Ottawa region especially Gatineau Park with his family and dog. Dr. Matheson is honoured to join the Dynamic Team and looks forward to helping you get back to what you love.
Physiotherapist
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Allyson Moore
, MSc. PT, BSc. Honors
Acupuncture/DryneedlingExercise RehabMyofascial ReleaseNeck RehabVestibular RehabVision Rehab+3 more
Allyson Moore  graduated from her Masters of Physiotherapy (2015) from McMaster University, after competing a Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Science from the University of Ottawa (2013). Originally from Halifax, Nova Scotia Allyson came to Ottawa to improve her bilingualism in French. In her spare time, Allyson enjoys running, swimming, cross country skiing and hiking.  Being an athlete herself she has a passion for helping individuals maintain an active lifestyle and return to sport whether it be at the recreational or competitive level. Allyson utilizes her knowledge gained from clinical experience, courses and research to enable each individual achieve their functional goals using a combination of manual therapy, specific exercises, acupuncture and dry needling therapy. Additionally Allyson has been working with individuals with acute concussions and post concussion syndrome
102 Lewis Street
Ottawa, ON K2P0S7
CA
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Monday7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday7:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Thursday7:30 AM - 8:00 PM
Friday7:30 AM - 3:00 PM
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