- Brenda Scott-Thomas
- Heather Finn
- Megan Robinson
- Julie Frame
- Karah Klodt
- Andrea Barrie
- Dr. Marco Lozej
- Eddy Phachanhla
Julie grew up in Ottawa, and after spending time in Hamilton and Toronto for her schooling, has settled in Guelph since 2017. She obtained a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at McMaster University in 2011, followed by a Masters of Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto in 2013.
Julie's approach to assessment and treatment utilizes evidence-based practice and clinical experience to work with each client in finding the underlying cause of injury specific to the individual. This allows her to work with each client as an active participant in their therapy, to develop a tailored treatment plan utilizing treatment options that include manual therapy, exercise prescription, and education on injury prevention and health promotion.
Julie's passion for physiotherapy came naturally from enjoying many different sports throughout her life. The most rewarding part of her workday is to see her clients return to the sports and activities that they love as well!
Julie's activity participation in her time outside of the clinic has changed a bit in the last two years, moving away from structured sport participation, and towards an emphasis on walks and play at the parks with the addition of a family dog, Henry, in 2020, and the arrival of a daughter, Leah, in 2021. She is loving the joy found in this phase of family growth!