At Move Therapeutics Physiotherapy we provide 1 on 1 private treatment sessions to residents of Cornwall, Ontario and the surrounding SDG area. All sessions are with a registered physiotherapist in an environment that is motivating, comfortable and supportive.
We guarantee that every patient coming for treatment goes home feeling better. By giving our patients the knowledge and understanding of how their body works and by using a holistic approach, we provide individualized programs to treat, manage and prevent your injuries from reoccurring.
Natasha Ingram is a registered pelvic floor physiotherapist who graduated from the University of Queensland in Australia with a Master’s degree in physiotherapy after completing a 4 year Bachelors of Science Degree with specialization in Kinesiology at Queen’s University. Natasha is extremely passionate about women’s health physiotherapy and has extensive knowledge and expertise treating the pelvic floor, women during pregnancy and delivery, and postpartum. She has completed several post-graduate courses including acupuncture, pelvic floor, vestibular and concussion rehabilitation.
Audrey De Jong is a registered physiotherapist who graduated from McMaster University with a Master’s degree in physiotherapy after completing an Undergraduate Degree in Human Kinetics at the University of Guelph. Since graduating, Audrey has been treating individuals with orthopedic injuries, neurological conditions, vestibular dysfunctions and post concussion symptoms. Audrey has completed continuing education courses in acupuncture, management of acute concussion, post concussion syndrome management and advanced management of post concussion syndrome. Audrey is also certified as a GLAD (Good Living with Osteoarthritis in Denmark) Canada Instructor.
Both of our amazing physiotherapists are also qualified as Advanced Practice Providers and run a clinic called the Rapid Access Clinic for Low Back Pain. This program is an innovative, upstream, shared-care model of care in which patients receive rapid low back pain assessment, education and evidence-based self-management plans to reduce hospital visits.