Carly Getz

Registered Physiotherapist

Carly has been a Registered Physiotherapist since 2013 and is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy.  She graduated from Queen’s University with a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy and holds a degree in Physical Health and Education from the University of Toronto and a degree in Therapeutic Recreation from Brock University. After working as a Physiotherapist for 4 years she went on to achieve a Masters of Clinical Science in Advanced Health Care Practice (Manipulative Therapy) from Western University.

Carly has taken post-graduate courses in Manual Therapy, Acupuncture and the Shoulder Complex and looks forward to continuing her education in various areas. She uses an evidence-based approach incorporating manual therapy, exercise and education, with a focused assessment and treatment tailored to each client.  Carly enjoys staying active, participating in sports, traveling and hiking. She grew up playing competitive soccer and dancing and feels that her experiences help her appreciate the importance of a strong rehabilitative team to enable return to sport following an injury.


Heather MacLeod

Physiotherapist, BSc.PT, BSc.Kin

Heather completed her undergraduate degree in BSc. Human Kinetics at the University of Ottawa in 2000, and continued to complete her Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy at Queen’s University in 2003. She has completed numerous post graduate courses, including Functional Movement Analysis, McKenzie method, Acupuncture, manual therapy techniques, taping techniques and therapeutic exercise prescription. Heather demonstrates an enthusiastic hands-on approach to facilitate an active approach to rehabilitation, recovery and injury prevention. Heather enjoys working with all ages and ranges of orthopaedic conditions, takes pleasure in educating and interacting with the community. Having won numerous National and International titles in Highland Dance, Heather has a keen interest in dance related movement analysis, injury prevention and management. Heather, her husband and two daughters remain active in the Martial Arts and Highland Dance communities.


Sarah White

Registered Physiotherapist – MSC PT, BSC HON HK

Sarah graduated with a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from Queen’s University after completing her Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics at the University of Ottawa.

Sarah’s uses a variety of “hands-on” and manual therapy approaches, supplemented with exercise prescription, functional dry needling/acupuncture and education. Her main goals are to restore function and prevent injury to improve overall quality of life. Sarah has also developed a special interest in the management of concussions and the importance of baseline testing.

Outside of Physiotherapy, Sarah has been a member of the Canadian Forces as a Naval Reservist since 2010 where she has competed in regional and national competitions for soccer and softball. In addition to this she enjoys hiking, rollerblading, hockey and strength and conditioning.

As part of her commitment to continuing education, Sarah has completed the following courses/ certifications:

  • Complete Concussion Management
  • Diploma of Advanced Orthopedic Manual and Manipulative Therapy Level 1
  • Kinetacore Functional Dry Needling Level 1
  • Advanced Physical Therapy Education Institute
  • Elbow, Wrist & Hand (Part 1)
  • Cervical Spine Articular Dysfunctions
  • Shoulder Complex (Part 1 & 2)
  • Somatic Sense Modern Manual Therapy
  • Kinetic Link Training: Level 1 Functional Strength & Conditioning
  • Management of Cervical Thoracic Disorders

Audrey Breton Bishop – MScA Occupational Therapy (Reg. Ontario), BSc Psychology

Occupational Therapist

Audrey graduated from McGill University with a Masters of Science Applied to Occupational Therapy. Prior to this, she obtained a BSc in psychology from Concordia University (Montreal, Qc). She has clinical experience in addictions rehabilitation, pediatric rehabilitation following orthopedic or neurological injury, return to work rehabilitation following musculoskeletal injuries, and office ergonomics. She particularly enjoys assisting clients to develop the personal skills and social resources they need to maintain a healthy lifestyle, cope with daily stressors and participate in the activities that are meaningful to them.
Audrey can provide services in English or French. She is solution-focused and will work with you in a partnership to reduce environmental barriers and build the physical, emotional, social and cognitive skills needed to maximize independence at home, at work/school, or in your leisure pursuits.