Bells Corners


Cecilia Gard


Cecilia believes in Gabrielle Roth’s words “If you just set people in motion they’ll heal themselves.” Movement is a medicine for creating change in a person’s physical, emotional and mental states. Cecilia is passionate about helping people to improve their quality of life by comprehensive treatment leading to speedy recovery.

Cecilia graduated with Bachelors of Physiotherapy (2009), from Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (India), thereafter worked in a hospital and private set-up for nearly 2.5 years. She went to United Kingdom to pursue her further studies. She obtained Master of Science with honours (Merit) in Physiotherapy from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2013. When she was studying for her Masters she was happy to acquire the volunteering opportunity to assist with functional assessment for soccer players of Manchester United Football Academy, U.K. She moved to Canada to practice Physiotherapy here. After obtaining her registration as a Physiotherapist in Canada, she has worked in different set-up like retirement homes, home environments and private physiotherapy practices.

Cecilia enjoys working with all age groups and different health conditions. She believes in providing one-on-one client/patient care. In her practice, Cecilia uses a hands-on approach that combines manual therapy (Mulligan, Maitland and Kaltenborn mobilisation approaches, Muscles energy techniques), soft tissue release (Certified Functional Myofascial Practitioner and Certified in Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation), Functional Assessment, Muscle testing and Corrective care and Exercise programing. She is highly trained to use Acupuncture, Dry needling, Taping and various modalities and techniques when needed to achieve optimal result. Cecilia believes in advancing her knowledge and techniques to better help her clients/patients by enrolling herself in different courses.

When not working, Cecilia spends time keeping herself active by working out, reading and spending time with friends. She enjoys Kayaking and is looking forward to learn winter sports (Skiing and Snowboarding).

“Movement is Therapy”

Naval Shah

Naval Shah

Resident Physiotherapist

Naval Shah has completed his Bachelor’s of Physiotherapy in 2019 and is an active member of the College of Physiotherapist of Ontario.  Naval has also completed a diploma in Fitness and Health promotion from Algonquin College, Ottawa in 2021.

Naval loves the idea of treating an injury or chronic problem by natural methods and without medication and surgery.

His goal is to use his knowledge and therapeutic skills to restore function and movement and relieve pain so that his patients can enjoy their lives and remain active.

Naval can help you if want to understand the mechanics and root cause of your injury. Furthermore, once you want to know how to independently manage and prevent recurrences. He favours a hands-on approach to assessment and treatment in addition to movement & exercise interventions..

He is interested in continuing education and taking courses like Dry Needling, Acupunture, Kinesio Taping, Manual therapy and Sports Physiotherapy.

Outside of work he likes cooking, hiking, swimming and playing beach volleyball.


Mariane Fraser

BA (Psych), Registered Massage Therapist

Mariane practices in good standing with the College of Massage Therapy of Ontario and a
member of the RMTAO. Combining her passion for sports and massage, Mariane is able to
explore new opportunities using her skill level from a variety of different backgrounds to
ensure that the client is able to get back to their previous levels of activity. She is currently
involved in various sports and activities, which involve Crossfit, Sprint Canoe/Kayak, as well as
being a team member of the National Ringette League. As an athlete, Mariane is extremely passionate about
helping people  avoid and overcome injury. Mariane’s philosophy of care states that everyone is met and treated
with respect, compassion and honesty, without judgment, ensuring each individuals best interest and wellbeing
are first priority.


Jane Moyse

BA Psyc/Soc, MSc (O.T.)

Jane graduated from Dalhousie University with a BA  in Psychology and Sociology as well as a MSc
(O.T) from McGill University. She grew up in then Quebec and moved to Ottawa upon completion
of her Master’s program.  Jane is the first OT to become part of the many Interdisplinary team
members that make up Back and Track.  She believes OT is an integral part of an interdisciplinary health care
team. Jane is excited to add to the roster of services that Back on Track offers.

Jane aims to help clients achieve maximal independence in participating in their meaningful daily occupations. Jane
works with her clients to develop strategies to overcome and deal with physical, cognitive and/or mental health
issues. Jane enjoys working with her clients to develop creative ways of accomplishing everyday tasks.

Nathalie deMaurivez

Chiropodist BSc(Hons) DPodM

Nathalie deMaurivez has been a practicing Chiropodist since 2009. She completed her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology from the University of Ottawa followed by a three year post graduate program in Podiatric Medicine at the Michener Institute in Toronto. She continues to further her studies of the human body with various courses such as Active Release Therapy, Foot Mobilization and Osteopathy. This multidisciplinary approach allows Nathalie to better refer her clients for more specialized treatment as required. She is a registered Chiropodist in Ontario and is a member of the Ontario Society of Chiropodists.


Katelyn Sue

Clinic Care Manager