Monday to Thursday 8am to 8pm
Friday 8am to 4pm
12-585 Montreal Rd K1K 4K4 Ottawa
Andrew Campbell, B.Sc Hon. HK, MPT
Registered Physiotherapist/Clinical Director
Helping people is the best part of my job. Having a person enter your clinic in pain and walk out feeling better gives me great satisfaction. Viewing the patient as a whole, and not just an injury, is the fun part.Andrew is a registered physiotherapist with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario and has a widespread background in the treatment and rehabilitation of numerous injuries, chronic pain issues, temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction, postural dysfunctions as well as injuries that are caused from work, motor vehicle accidents, sports and a variety of other activities and pathologies.Andrew obtained his undergraduate degree with honours in Human Kinetics from the University of Ottawa in 2003 and went on to obtain a Master’s degree from D’Youville College in Buffalo, NY in 2006. He has been a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association since 2006 with a keen interest in the Orthopaedic Division. He is currently in the process of completing his Manual Therapy certifications in order to obtain the Advanced Manual Therapy diploma as well. With his specialized extensive training in Myokinematic and Postural Restoration, he is able to view the individual as a whole and not just a specific injury.Andrew is currently working closely with local orthopaedic surgeons to develop effective pre-operative and post-operative protocols to help the surgical patient transition from injury to normal life with ease and confidence.
Dr. France Boudreau, MD
Sport Medicine Physician
Dr. Boudreau attended the University of Moncton and obtained her BA in Science. She earned her medical degree at the University of Ottawa, and completed her family medicine residency in 2008. Dr Boudreau then worked in a busy family medicine practice for a few years, before returning to her studies in 2011. She has recently completed her Sport and Exercise Medicine fellowship through the University of Ottawa’s Enhanced Skills Program.Dr. Boudreau is a member of the Canadian Academy of Sports and Exercise Medicine. She has also been an active member of the organizing committee for the Ontario College of Family Physician’s Annual Scientific Assembly, held in Toronto, every year.Dr. Boudreau has provided medical coverage for various sporting events during her fellowship year, including varsity basketball, hockey and rugby for both the University of Ottawa and Carleton University. She has also helped with The Ottawa Race Weekend in 2011, and plans to continue medical coverage in the upcoming years.Although Dr. Boudreau has played and competed in various sports over the years, her true passion remains tennis. To book a consultation with Dr Boudreau, please have your family doctor fax a referral to 613-518-6546
Dr. Keith Morgan, MD
Sport Medicine Physician
Keith Morgan BSc, MD, CCFP, Dip. Sports Medicine (CAC) is a 2016 graduate of the University of Ottawa Family Medicine/Sport Medicine residency programs. He finished the fellowship in Sport and Exercise medicine at the University of Ottawa in 2017. He is originally from Calgary but spent over 20 years in Montreal training at the National Judo Centre while competing for Canada in 4 consecutive Olympic games in the sport of Judo. He was one of Canada’s most successful Judo athletes and was inducted into the Alberta Sport Hall of Fame in 2015. While in Montreal, he also completed his undergraduate degree at McGill University in Anatomy and Cell Biology. He graduated from Ross University School of Medicine with highest honors before returning to Canada to complete residency. He currently lives in Ottawa with his wife and 3 children.
To book a consultation with Dr Morgan, please have your family doctor fax a referral to 613-518-6546
Dr. Genevieve Leroux, MD
Sport Medicine Physician
Dr. Leroux completed her doctorate in medicine, as well as her family medicine residency program at the University of Ottawa. She has obtained her Diploma of Sports Medicine through the Canadian Academy of Sports and Exercise Medicine.
To book a consultation with Dr Leroux, please have your family doctor fax a referral to 613-518-6546
Dr. Mitchell Fox, MD
Dr. Mitchell Fox earned his medical degree at McGill University in 2009, and completed his physical medicine and rehabilitation residency in 2014 at Dalhousie University. He is a physiatrist with an interest in musculoskeletal and neurological illnesses, and aims to improve function in those patient populations. To book a consultation with Dr Fox, please have your family doctor fax a referral to 613-518-6546
Shawn Main, BSc.HK, MSc.PT, CAFCI
Registered Physiotherapist, Certified in Anatomical Acupuncture
After graduating with a degree in Human Kinetics from the University of Ottawa in 2007, he went on to get a Master’s Degree in Physiotherapy from Queen’s University in 2009. He has been working in private practice for over 6 years and is certified in anatomical acupuncture and also performs dry needling. He is a K-Taping Sport Therapist, and is trained in soft tissue release. Shawn has also taken several courses to specialize in the management of acute concussions, as well as post-concussion syndrome. He has provided medical coverage at Provincial, National and International level sporting events and has experience working with all levels of athletes, ranging from recreational to Olympic. While he enjoys playing many sports, ice hockey has remained his true passion.
Patricia Lanoue, PT
From an early age, Patricia knew that she wanted a career that would allow her to help others while remaining active. She discovered physiotherapy because of an athletic injury and immediately knew it was the right fit! She was an elite swimmer through high school and university, and was awarded a swimming scholarship to the University of North Florida, where she completed her B.Sc. in Health. Following this, Patricia moved to Ottawa to complete her M.Sc. PT, at the University of Ottawa. Since graduating, she has pursued additional education in acupuncture, dry needling, concussion treatment, McKenzie Techniques, and pediatrics. In her spare time, Patricia enjoys cycling, swimming, hiking and coaching with Special Olympics of Ontario.
Patricia Enright RMT
Registered Massage Therapist
Patricia is a Registered Massage Therapist who graduated from the Massage Therapy Program at Georgian College. She enjoys the outdoors and working with a hands-on approach to offer a holistic method of healthcare that treats a variety of both physical and medical conditions. She takes special interest in acute injuries, pre-natal and chronic pain management. Patricia is dedicated to improving the health and well-being of all her patients and will provide you with a personalized treatment to meet your specific needs in a convenient, relaxing and professional environment.
Jesse Proulx RMT
Registered Massage Therapist
Jesse graduated from the massage therapy program at Georgian College in Barrie Ontario and is currently pursuing a bachelor’s diploma in health sciences at the University of Ottawa. He became interested in massage therapy after a severe nerve lesion injury; after which he sought physiotherapy and massage therapy care. During Jesse’s time in college he had the opportunity to provide care to athletes during various sports tournaments and helping those with chronic disabilities. Jesse has a strong interest in helping those with sports injuries and providing postural and chronic care. He provides post-treatment remedial exercise with each treatment, as he strongly believes that regular physical fitness and stretching, work hand in hand with massage therapy. Jesse is an avid runner and he enjoys outdoor activities such as kayaking and fishing.
Jessie graduated with an Honours degree in Kinesiology from Brock University in 2015. She has worked in a variety of settings including fitness centres, clinics and retirement homes throughout and after her schooling. She spent the last year travelling Australia and has returned to the Ottawa area to gain some more clinical, hands on experience. Jessie thinks the best part of being a PTA is helping patients achieve their goals and improve their overall health.
Lauren graduated from the Physiotherapy Assistant program at Everest College in 2012. Since then, she has enjoyed working in various retirement homes assisting with physio including exercise classes for all residents.
In 2016 she decided to experience a different aspect of physio, by joining a clinical team.
Every day she enjoys meeting new people and learning something new.