Lisa Regan-Campbell MScPT, FCAMPT, CAT(C), ART
Owner Inner Strength Physiotherapy
Registered Physiotherapist Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapist
Certified Athletic Therapist
Contemporary Medical Acupuncture
ART Active Release Techniques
Lisa graduated from the York University in 2003 with a Specialised Honours Bachelors in Kinesiology and a Certificate in Athletic Therapy. Lisa is currently registered with the Canadian Athletic Therapy Association (CATA) as a Certified Athletic Therapist CAT(C). In 2005 Lisa graduated from the University of Toronto with a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy. Lisa is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and Registered with the College of Physiotherapist of Ontario.
Lisa has worked in private practise since 2005. She specialises in hands on manual therapy and functional rehabilitation. Lisa has taken numerous post graduate courses in manual therapy through the orthopaedic division of the CPA. She has completed her advanced certification or diploma in manual and manipulative therapy through CAMPT (Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy) and recognised by IFOMPT (international federation of manipulative physical therapists). Lisa has completed courses in active release techniques ART, treating and preventing running injuries, biomechanical gait assessment, contemporary medical acupuncture at McMaster University and McKenzie courses amongst many others.
With her additional Athletic Therapy Certification Lisa has a lot of experience treating a variety of athletes from recreational to professional levels. Lisa has provided field coverage and training programs for a variety of teams. Lisa worked as the therapist for the Toronto Dragons Rugby and was the therapist for the Durham Turf Dogs Lacrosse (Clax Professional Lacrosse League) and Team Ontario Lacrosse. Lisa also treats a lot of runners and triathletes. In addition to treating athletes Lisa is very active in the sporting community herself. She has run numerous marathons and triathlons. Lisa was on Team Canada for World Championships in sprint triathlon and also completed Ironman Lake Placid and Ironman Tremblant. Lisa also plays hockey, soccer and baseball.
In addition to treating athletes Lisa has experience treating patients post workplace injury and motor vehicle accidents. Lisa’s extensive manual therapy experience assists in the treatment of chronic pain patients. Manual therapy helps to uncover underlying causes of chronic injuries that won’t heal. These causes could be either joint restrictions, neuropathic or muscular.
Whatever your current fitness level or specific injury Lisa will work with you to ensure your rehabilitation will help you to achieve your goals and stay injury free.
Florence Tartavel BScPT
Florence graduated from the University of Toronto with an Honours Bachelors of Science in Physical Therapy. She is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and Registered with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario. Florence has post graduate training in Mulligan Mobilisation techniques, AFCI acupuncture and is McKenzie Credentialed. Florence is often updating her knowledge with courses and conferences.
Florence has worked a hospital and private practise setting. For the past 15 years Florence was employed at Markham Stouffville Hospital in the Outpatient Physiotherapy until they closed the department. Working along side the orthapedic surgeons she gained extensive experience with acute surgical and non-surgical musculoskeletal injuries. Florence worked with a variety of patients including ACL repairs, shoulder surgery and rotator cuff repairs, ankle and wrist fractures, total joint replacements and much more.
Florence has experience treating acute and chronic injuries of the extremities, neck and back. Over the years she has also worked with athletes from a variety of different sporting backgrounds. From years of experiene and numerous post graduate courses Florence has many tools to assess your injury and make a goal focused and individualised treatment plan. Florence will get you back doing the things you enjoy as quickly and safely as possible.
Outside of her professional practise Florence is a competitive age group triathlete completing 13 Ironman races, including qualifying for Ironman World Championships in Hawaii numerous times. Florence also competes in cross country mountain biking and has qualified for and completed the Leadville 100 twice. Prior to triathlon Florence successfully competed in equestrian show jumping. Florence also enjoys alpine and Nordic skiing, windsurfing and stand up paddle boarding.
Regardless of your level of activity Florence will design a rehab program that is unique to your needs and goals.