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Ottawa High Performance Centre Team

Ottawa’s Premiere Sports Therapy Clinic

Meet our skilled Certified Athletic Therapists and healthcare professionals

Our athletic therapists and massage therapists are trained in the latest and best techniques to help injured athletes get back to active lifestyles.

Cailey Bryson

Certified Athletic Therapist, Registered Kinesiologist

Cailey is a Sheridan College Graduate from the Athletic Therapy Program. Upon completing her Bachelor of Health Science, Cailey began working with local athletes in the Ottawa area at both the amateur, university and semi-professional level. However, athletes are not only her focus. She also works with the weekend warrior, the super-cool roller-derby athlete, the dad/mom whom just completed a home reno, or the grandpa who loves running around with his grand kids. Cailey is certified in soft tissue release, manual mobilizations with movement, Functional Movement Screening and the Selective Functional Movement Assessment. She addresses not only a patient’s primary injury, but also any underlying postural dysfunction, and bio-mechanical problems, to prevent injury re occurrence. Cailey has experience working with a variety of sports, but her major accomplishments have been as the Head Athletic Therapist for the Ottawa Fury Soccer Academy, Carleton University Women’s Basketball Team, Algonquin College Soccer, Ottawa Irish Rugby Club, and covering events at the National Level with Gymnastics and Skate Canada.

Tony Carbonette

Certified Athletic Therapist, Registered Kinesiologist

As owner of the OHPC, Tony is very proud to work along side the amazing team at Ottawa’s Premier Sports Therapy Clinic.

Tony’s therapy focus is on correcting mechanical alignment issues that cause sports injuries and chronic pain. Using techniques such as Muscle Energy, soft tissues release, myofascial release and other proactive strategies, Tony’s goal is to restore balance and mechanical function.  One of Tony’s strengths is to help his clients understand their condition so together he and the client can plan and execute a sound recovery.

Tony brings a vast experience to the OHPC team.  Prior to spending 11 years with Hockey Canada’s Sledge Hockey Program as the team’s Head Athletic Therapist and High Performance Coordinator, Tony spent some time working in the CFL, Canadian Professional Soccer League, NCAA div2 basketball and the Canadian College Hockey League.  Tony has along represented Canada at the international level by being part of the medical team at the 2006 Torino Paralympics, 2010 Vancouver Paralympics and 2014 Sochi Paralympics.

Along with his therapy experience, Tony has had the fortune to be a guest speaker at various international conferences speaking on a multitude of topics such as hockey injuries, core training specificity, and Paralympic Disability in sport. Tony has also authored a core training manual for athletes with disabilities.

When not working, Tony can be found playing soccer, trail running, stand up paddling, hiking with his dog. As a certified Level 1 High Performance hockey coach, he also dedicates some his spare time coaching competitive youth hockey.

Kayla Dumouchel

Registered Massage Therapist

Born and raised in the small town of South Porcupine/Timmins, Ontario. Kayla has always loved and been active in the outdoor activities surrounding the area since the age of 4 years old. Kayla started fishing and hunting as a pass time with her family and is still very passionate about the wild life adventures. Kayla Attended College in Sudbury Ontario at College Boreal in the three-year Massage Therapy program. During this time, she had the opportunity to learn relaxation massage, deep tissue massage, prenatal massage, massage for post cancer treatment, sports related treatment and many more.

Kayla has been a Registered Massage Therapist since 2010. Once graduated, she obtained her Master Business License and has worked with a Chiropractor, in the Timmins District Hospital, The Americana Spa Resort in Niagara Falls, Martial Arts Academy and at remote mining camp sites.

Kayla is a very optimistic and motivated RMT who enjoys seeing the results in the clients she treats every day. She is enthusiastic that she can make a difference in the lives of her clients with the treatment and benefits of Massage Therapy.

Jamie Hatheway

Osteopathic Manual Practitioner

Jamie’s goal as an osteopathic manual practitioner is to educate her clients and provide exceptional care. She is an avid athlete and was chosen to be a member of the Under 18 Ontario Women’s Hockey Team competing at the U18 National Championships. Upon graduating from high school she accepted a Division 1 NCAA Hockey Scholarship in Minnesota,where she completed a Bachelor of Science. She fell in love withOsteopathy near the end of her university career as she saw an osteopath as part of her treatment plan for a hockey injury. Jamie recently graduated from The National Academy of Osteopathy in Toronto and has a true passion for helping people. Some of her techniques include therapeutic exercises, joint mobilization, muscle energy techniques, myofascial release, soft tissue therapy, visceral manipulation, trigger point therapy and cranial sacral therapy. During her free time, Jamie can be found touring Prince Edward County tasting exceptional food and wine, hiking and travelling.

Richard Hudspith

Certified Applied Somatic Educator

An educator and facilitator with over 20 years’ experience, Richard has worked internationally in educational, counseling, consulting and athletic fields. In addition to his Applied Somatic training, Richard has University degrees in Physical Education and Elementary Education as well as a Masters degree.

He uses Somatic Muscle Technique to teach clients to become self-sustaining in their own body. The techniques of Somatics reduces pain and stress in the body and clients learn how to feel and move in a more functional way.

Richard has appeared on Rogers television and published an article for Ottawa Life Magazine. He has worked with the Carleton Ravens Men’s, Ottawa Fury Women’s Soccer Teams, Health Canada and the National Research Council.

Lianne Jolliffe

Registered Massage Therapist

As a lifelong athlete, Lianne has a greater understanding of people who want to remain active and keep their bodies functioning at their best. This is part of the reason she decided to pursue a career in Massage Therapy. Her years in wrestling, martial arts, hockey and field hockey have allowed Lianne to see both sides of an active lifestyle. The athlete themselves, and the therapy and treatments required to maintain the lifestyle comfortably.

When she isn’t working, Lianne likes to spend her time hiking, skateboarding, crafting, and spending time with her family and friends!

Lianne is excited to be a part of Ottawa’s premier sports therapy clinic, and looks forward to providing clients with the highest quality of care they have been accustomed to from the OHPC team.

Angie MacDonald

Registered Massage Therapist

Angie is a proud student of the art of Swedish massage. She excels at trigger point therapy, deep fascial work and manual lymph drainage. With prior experience as a personal trainer, as well as several years spent as a massage therapist with Carleton Athletics and the Ottawa Rebel lacrosse team, Angie is an expert in treating sports related injuries. She’s also an avid athlete, having completed many triathlons, marathons and other endurance sports. Her devotion to exercise makes her an excellent and compassionate therapist, who insists on educating and providing her clients with the resources they need to achieve optimal health.

Phoebe Mathews

Certified Athletic Therapist, Registered Kinesiologist

Phoebe’s goal as an athletic therapist is to educate and guide athletes and non-athletes toward feeling the healthiest they can in their sport or in their daily lives. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from McGill University and then proceeded to study Athletic Therapy at Mount Royal University in Calgary, AB. In those years, Phoebe worked as a therapist for many different sports including soccer, hockey, football, and rugby. Since then, she has been working with the women’s soccer team at Carleton University, the volleyball teams at La Cité Collégiale, and the Ottawa West Golden Knights Junior B hockey team. Phoebe herself plays soccer and hockey and she enjoys skiing, snowboarding, and spinning. With her passion for skiing, she became a member of the Canadian Ski Patrol in 2014, and is currently a patrol at Edelweiss.

Phoebe believes that through her experiences with many different sports, she has developed excellent skills to rehabilitate someone back to their level of activity. Focusing on the root cause of the injury will get someone back to their healthiest self much faster and more effectively than looking solely at the affected area. Her treatment style includes a variety of techniques, such as soft tissue release, fascial release, joint mobilizations and some craniosacral therapy. Balance in life is very important, and doing the things you love is crucial to keeping a healthy mind and healthy lifestyle!

 

Dan Marynowski

Certified Athletic Therapist, Registered Kinesiologist

Dan is currently the Head Athletic Therapist with the Ottawa 67’s and is certified as a strength and conditioning specialist. He spent 6 years as a reserve medic in the Canadian military and has worked with numerous teams in the past such as the Jr A Mississauga Chargers, Ottawa Redblacks, Ontario Basketball and York University Football. Within his manual therapy qualifications, he is certified in soft tissue release and certain osteopathic techniques for the cervical and lumbosacral region. However, it is the individual needs of the patient that Dan caters to when it comes to the suitable mechanics, reconditioning, and appropriate exercise implementation for that athlete or patient to properly return to peak performance. During the 67’s offseason though, he does like to train hockey players at Complete Athletics and will be working with Hockey Canada in the near future.

Martine Parent

Certified Canadian Counsellor (CCC), Sport Psychology Counsellor/Consultant

Her consulting philosophy is athlete-centered and focuses on the whole human experience as well as looking at the role of emotions within the sport. Her mission is to help athletes, coaches and teams to have a positive growing life and sport experiences. Her interest is based on diverse sport experiences as well a personal commitment to mental and physical well-being. Mental skills can improve athletic performance and quality of life by bringing the individuals or teams to discover what is best within themselves for their sport or life, unlocking their full potential. She has worked with a wide variety of athletes of various disciplines, ages and levels of competition. She also delivers workshops on the topics of sport psychology.

“You first must be in control of yourself before you can control your performance” – Sports Psychologist Kenneth Ravizza

Areas of Expertise: goal setting; mental imagery; relaxation; team building; dealing w/ setbacks; time management; concentration; refocus; confidence building; stress/anxiety management; life balance; communication skills; improving recovery and injury rehabilitation; emotional management that leads to performance enhancement and positive personal development.

Sarah Rennick

Registered Massage Therapist

Sarah is a graduate of the International Academy of Massage. She worked for many years as a Personal Trainer and decided to become an RMT to further her knowledge and broaden the spectrum on which she could help others improve their health. Sarah has successfully treated numerous sporting and overuse injuries, postural dysfunctions, stubborn trigger points, as high level athletes. Her practice aims are to promote healing and circulation while educating her clients on proper posture/home care to maintain a pain free lifestyle.

In her spare time, Sarah loves to stay active, write her wellness blog (www.sundressesandsquats.com) and spend time with friends and family.

 

Carole Woodstock

Registered Holistic Nutritionist RHN, FIS

Carole Woodstock is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist specializing in sports nutrition. Combining over twenty years of experience in the health and fitness industry with a passion for teaching, Carole believes that everyone ‘can’ and everyone ‘belongs’. An educator and international fitness presenter, Carole has worked with individuals as well as groups ranging from 30 to 300 participants. She has one guiding philosophy: People change or adopt a new behavior only when they feel successful along the way; break it down into small steps and keep it simple, and people will feel successful. With an infectious energy and endless optimism, Carole brings a supportive and fun approach to working with her clients, identifying herself as a personal ‘nutrition’ trainer.

A triathlete and outdoor enthusiast, Carole shares her passion for fitness and coaching by teaching core-conditioning classes, group cycling and boot camp programs, leading holistic nutrition workshops and seminars, and coaching beginners for triathlon and duathlon competition.

 

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