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Physiotherapy

Physiotherapists are primary health care professionals with a significant role in health promotion and treatment of injury and disease. They combine their in-depth knowledge of the body and how it works with specialized hands-on clinical skills to assess, diagnose and treat symptoms of illness, injury or disability. All physiotherapists registered to practice in Ontario are qualified to p... Read More

Physiotherapists are primary health care professionals with a significant role in health promotion and treatment of injury and disease.

They combine their in-depth knowledge of the body and how it works with specialized hands-on clinical skills to assess, diagnose and treat symptoms of illness, injury or disability.

All physiotherapists registered to practice in Ontario are qualified to provide safe and effective physiotherapy. They have met national entry-level education and practice standards, and have successfully passed a standardized physiotherapy competence examination prior to being registered with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario.

More than 20,000 registered physiotherapists work in Canada, in private clinics, general and rehabilitation hospitals, community health centres, residential care, and assisted-living facilities, home visit agencies, workplaces, and schools.

One of the biggest reasons people go to a physiotherapist is because they’re in pain, but the cause of that pain can vary. Some people hurt their ankle, some have fallen on ice, some people come in because they’ve had a sore neck, back or shoulder for a while and they don’t know why. Some have an ongoing condition that they want to better manage.

If you need to move better, recover, or there’s something you want to do but can’t do because you have a physical restriction, physiotherapy can help.


Physiotherapy (Telerehab)


Massage Therapy


Chiropractic

The practice of chiropractic is the assessment of conditions related to the spine, nervous system and joints and the diagnosis, prevention and treatment, primarily by adjustment, of, (a) dysfunctions or disorders arising from the structures or functions of the spine and the effects of those dysfunctions or disorders on the nervous system; and (b) dysfunctions or disorders arising from the... Read More

The practice of chiropractic is the assessment of conditions related to the spine, nervous system and joints and the diagnosis, prevention and treatment, primarily by adjustment, of,

(a) dysfunctions or disorders arising from the structures or functions of the spine and the effects of those dysfunctions or disorders on the nervous system; and

(b) dysfunctions or disorders arising from the structures or functions of the joints.

Chiropractors practise within the scope of practice to examine, diagnose and provide care to patients with a variety of health concerns related to the spine and joints and the effect on the nervous system, such as low back, shoulder and knee pain, sports injuries, and overall wellness care. Chiropractors focus on patient-centred care, use manual therapies, and often work in collaboration with other regulated health professionals.

Education

Michael Lok obtained both an Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology Degree (2008) and a Masters of Arts in Kinesiology (2011) from the University of Western Ontario. He acquired a Masters of Science in Physiotherapy at Dalhousie University (2013).

Areas of Treatment

His progressive style of treatment integrates the usage of client-education, manual-therapy techniques, body mechanics and posture to treat areas such as (but not limited to):

  • Neck and upper trap pain leading to headaches

  • Shoulder pain due to rotator cuff strain/tears and impingement

  • Elbow pain including golfer’s and tennis elbow

  • Upper/mid back pain due to knots, tight muscles

  • Low back pain due to repetitive strain, disc irritation, sciatica

  • Hip pain in the front and in the glutes due to impingement or sciatica

  • Knee pain due to knee cap issues, meniscus, ligament sprain

  • Ankle pain from a sprain, achilles or calf issues.

Background

Post-grad, Michael worked as a lab instructor at Dalhousie, educating physiotherapy students. During his studies, Michael discovered his passion for fitness and rehabilitation. This is demonstrated through his work as a strength and conditioning coach (certifications from the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology and National Strength and Conditioning Association) and an athletic trainer for college varsity basketball. Michael has contributed to research with published works in the areas of psychology and sport.

Michael has a friendly and charismatic approach to physiotherapy. Through functional movement and exercise the client will take an active role in his/her recovery. In addition to improving one’s current condition, Michael believes that treatment is most effective when the client is empowered with the knowledge and tools to prevent future injury.

Course Work

  • Active Release - Upper Extremity Level 1

  • Modern Manipulation

  • Level One Orthopedic Manual Therapy

  • McGill techniques for the lumbar spine

  • Active-Release

  • Kinesio-tape

  • Cupping

  • Acupuncture

Education Michael Lok obtained both an Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology Degree (2008) and a Maste... Read More

Drew Reinhardt has been a physiotherapist at Rebuild since 2019. He focuses on helping his clients achieve meaningful movement related goals through a combination of manual therapy and exercise based treatments. Manual therapy involves specific hands on treatment techniques that help move a joint through an increased range of motion, help restore optimal joint biomechanics, and help reduce muscular tension. These advanced techniques are designed to reduce pain and improve mobility to ultimately improve the effectiveness of exercise based treatments and optimize healing.

This approach has led to successful outcomes with many conditions including but not limited to:

Low back pain and sciatica

Neck pain and whiplash

Tennis elbow and Golfer’s elbow

Rotator cuff tears and shoulder pain

Knee pain and arthritis

Concussions and sports injuries

Drew has completed acupuncture and dry needling training, and is in the midst of completing advanced training in manual therapy techniques. He has a strong background in exercise based treatments through previous experience training athletes of all ages and his own sport training. He believes in not only treating the symptoms of your condition but also finding the root cause of the injury to help prevent recurrence.

Outside of the clinic Drew plays Senior AA hockey for the Clinton Radars, and loves golfing during the summer.

Drew Reinhardt has been a physiotherapist at Rebuild since 2019. He focuses on helping his client... Read More

Sarah obtained her Honours Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Waterloo in 2021. While playing rugby for Waterloo, she was awarded the OUA allstar, and USPORTS academic allstar awards.

Sarah obtained her diploma in massage therapy from Sutherland-Chan School of Massage Therapy (2022) and is in good standing with the CMTO. She loves helping her clients reduce pain, recover from injuries, and get back to doing the things they love.

Ask her how she can help you achieve your health related goals!

Sarah obtained her Honours Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Waterloo in 2021. W... Read More

Dr. Alex completed her bachelor of Physical Health Education at Nipissing University (2019) and her Doctor of Chiropractic at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (2023).

Alex has a special interest in athlete care, Post-operative care, exercise prescription, adn functional mobility evaluation. She enjoys treating low back pain, hip dysfunction, jaw dysfunction, and headaches.

Her assessments get to the root cause of the problem, not just managing symptoms. Her goal is to get clients back to being their best and achieving their goals. She uses the most up to date research as well as clinical expertise to get her clients better.

When outside of the clinic Dr. Alex loves CrossFit, golf, broomball, baseball, listening to podcasts, and spending time with friends and family.

Dr. Alex completed her bachelor of Physical Health Education at Nipissing University (2019) and h... Read More

Eric received his Bachelor of Honours Kinesiology Degree (2007) from the University of Waterloo and his Master of Science Degree in Physiotherapy (2009) from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Before starting his own physiotherapy practice in Cambridge Ontario, he practiced physiotherapy at the world-renowned Canadian Back Institute. Eric also received advanced training from Dr. Stuart M. McGill, professor of spine biomechanics at the University of Waterloo. This training is incorporated into his current practice with the use of “McGill’s Techniques” for the treatment of low back disorders. In current practice, Eric continues to focus on performance-based Orthopaedic Sports Medicine with an emphasis on returning athletes to elite level competition and function. His clients see outstanding results from his progressive integration of strength training, conditioning work, and manual therapy.

Eric Wood-Salomon is the owner and head therapist of Rebuild Physiotherapy and Fitness. Starting the business in 2010, Eric began to implement a performance-based approach to physiotherapy. Success with this progressive treatment style only re-enforced his ideas about prescribing therapeutic exercise to enhance human movement and performance. Eric’s ability to combine a passion for exercise with his professional training as a physiotherapist creates a dynamic, exciting, and supportive environment for his patients. Eric is an encouragement to nearly everyone he meets, causing even those with chronic health conditions to re-examine their perceived physical capacity, and motivating newcomers to strive to reach their full potential.

Eric received his Bachelor of Honours Kinesiology Degree (2007) from the University of Waterloo a... Read More

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