1108A Klondike Rd K2K 0G1 Kanata
Jill Belore, RPT
Registered Physiotherapist/Clinical Director
Jill completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Ottawa with Honors in Human Kinetics. She continued her studies at Queens University where she completed her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy. She has been working in a private practice physiotherapy setting since graduation and enjoys the array of clientele it brings. Jill is constantly looking to further her knowledge in the field and is currently working towards her orthopedic manual therapy levels. She has completed many post-graduate courses including Manual Therapy Level II Upper & Lower, McKenzie Level A & B, Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), AFCI Level I & II and Dry Needling, Concussion and Vestibular Rehabilitation, Soft Tissue Release, and postural taping.
Meghan Barker, RPT
Meghan completed her undergraduate degree at Western University with Honors in Kinesiology and a minor in Psychology. She continued her studies at McMaster University where she completed her Masters of Science in Physiotherapy. Since graduation, she has been working in both private practice and in patient hospital physiotherapy settings. Meghan has completed post-graduate courses in acupuncture (Acupuncture Canada levels I & II), dry needling (Kinetacore level I), Manual Therapy Level II Lower, and Manual Lymphatic Drainage. She plans to pursue additional courses in Concussion and Vestibular Rehabilitation and therapeutic taping.
Manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) is a massage technique that promotes the natural drainage of excess lymph out of a swollen limb and into the circulatory system. It is mainly used to treat lymphedema, and other conditions such as fibromyalgia. MLD redirects lymph away from compromised lymph nodes to areas that are draining normally. MLD can help to reduce swelling and improve circulation. A properly functioning lymphatic system is essential for overall health.
Alina D’Asti RPT
Alina’s interest in Physiotherapy grew from her love of sports and her passion of helping others. Having played squash both nationally and internationally, as well as competitive soccer regionally, Alina understands the desire for getting back to activities as soon as possible.
Alina completed her Masters in Physiotherapy at McMaster University, where she furthered her interest in treating musculoskeletal injuries. During her program, Alina had experience working with clients following knee and hip surgeries, as well as individuals recovering from stroke. Prior to McMaster, Alina completed her Bachelor’s degree at Concordia University in the Exercise Science program.Alina gained experience working with athletes of all ages from various sports teams ranging from recreational to competitive levels, such as rugby, basketball, hockey, football, flag football, and cheerleading. Alina has continued to expand on her skills and knowledge by completing post-graduate courses in Functional Dry Needling (Levels I and II). By taking a whole-body approach, Alina will work one on one with clients by using various techniques to help speed up recovery and getting clients back to the activities they love to do.