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Old North Wellness Centre

Old North Wellness Centre

Your Local London Physiotherapy Clinic

Our Team

Abbey Robertson

BHSc(H), MScPT

Abbey has fulfilled an honours undergraduate degree in Health Sciences at the University of Western Ontario in 2002. Her Master's of Science in Physiotherapy at McMaster University was completed in 2004. With 10 years of experience as a physiotherapist, she enjoys a practice that includes manual therapy and focuses on strength, posture and ergonomics. With a Pilates certification completed in 2013 and a personal interest in fitness, she takes a particular interest in core stability and spinal stabilization to help her clients overcome both acute and chronic injury and dysfunction. 

Melissa MacNeil

BKinH, MPT

Melissa completed her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology with a specialization in athletic rehabilitation at Acadia University in 2004.  Her Master's degree in Physical Therapy was fulfilled at the University of Western Ontario in 2006.  As a therapist with 8 years of experience, she enjoys a varied client case load but has developed a focus on TMJ dysfunction and athletic injuries.  Melissa personally participates in a variety of sports and coaches with the Forest City Volleyball Club.  She has a manual therapy based practice and has augmented this hands on approach with a multitude of courses including functional dry needling.

Stephanie Harding

RMT

Stephanie graduated from Darcy Lane Institute in 2003 with a diploma in massage therapy and has been registered with the College of Massage Therapist of Ontario since this time. She provides a variety of massage techniques and pressure that can provide either relaxation or treatment styles of massage.

Kate McConnell

B.A., RMT

Kate completed an undergraduate degree at the university of Windsor in 2001 after which she decided to pursue a career in massage therapy. She completed her diploma requirements in 2005 at D'Arcy Lane and has been in good standing with the College of massage therapists of Ontario since that time. Kate has a keen interest in sport and sports injury and enjoys treating athletes of any age and level of competition. She can provide a variety of techniques to better accommodate her clients from relaxational to treatment focused therapy.

What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is a health profession that works to improve and maintain functional independence and physical performance by preventing and managing pain, physical impairments, disabilities and limits to participation. Physiotherapy also promotes fitness, health and wellness.

What is Massage Therapy

Massage therapy is a comprehensive intervention involving a range of techniques to manipulate the soft tissues and joints of the body. The purpose of massage therapy is to prevent, develop, maintain, rehabilitate or augment physical function or relieve pain. It is a clinically-oriented health option that promotes the relief of an array of discomforts stemming from stress, muscular overuse and many chronic pain syndromes.

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday

8-8

AM

PM

Saturday

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Sunday

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We will always do our best to fit you in at a time convenient to your schedule.