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Sport Medicine Physician
Sport Medicine Doctors have expertise resolving injuries or conditions including muscles, joints, and other tissues of the musculoskeletal system. They are knowledgeable about sport performance and physical activity, for all levels of competition.
What can our Sport Medicine Physicians Help With?
Injury Assessment and Diagnosis
Coordination of Care with our Integrated Medical Team
Improve Athletic Performance with Exercise
Injury Prevention and Education
Comprehensive Medical Care
The sport medicine physicians will provide you with an accurate diagnosis based on the history of the condition, a comprehensive physical exam and appropriate investigations. They will coordinate care with other members of the team such as Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, Massage Therapists, and others to design an individualized treatment and injury prevention program.
As our Sport Medicine Physicians are medical doctors, their fees are covered by OHIP. Please bring a valid OHIP card to your appointment.
LiveActive physiotherapists will assess the injury and help design an individualized care plan to manage and treat it. Using a combination of manual therapy and exercise prescription, your physiotherapist will do everything possible to ensure accurate diagnosis and a speedy recovery.
LiveActive Sport Medicine physiotherapists continue to advance their skill sets and training.
Many of our physiotherapists have done specialized training in:
Fascial Stretch Therapy
The initial visit with your physiotherapist will include a thorough assessment to determine the nature of the problem, then provide treatment that will be helpful to begin restoring function and return to sport.. Physiotherapy treatments will generally include exercises to be completed between visits, empowering the patient to have an active role in recovery and return to sport.
Your LiveActive Chiropractors focus on the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mechanical disorders of the body. They are specialists in using manipulations of joints to improve range of motion and flexibility, and to restore proper function. Your chiropractic care will often include extensive soft tissue manual therapy.
Doctors of Chiropractic are concerned with how the body’s nerves, muscles and joints function as a whole. They are specialists in using manipulations of joints to improve range of motion and flexibility, and to restore proper function. Patients often note positive changes in their symptoms immediately following treatment. Chiropractors may complement or support medical treatment by relieving the musculoskeletal aspects of discomfort associated with a medical condition.
LiveActive Chiropractors Extended Skillset
Athletic Release Technique (ART)
A sport massage includes various massage techniques to help prepare for competition, perform better and prevent or recover from injuries. It can be helpful before, during or after a sporting event to assist the athlete's performance, prevent fatigue, or recovering from injury.
Before a treatment, the Massage Therapist will complete an assessment of a patient’s concerns and overall health. Once the assessment has been completed a treatment approach/ plan will be proposed, with patient consent. Massage therapy can be done over clothes, or sheets or directly upon uncovered skin depending upon the nature of the problem and patient preference and comfort. A soothing lotion is used, that allows smooth manual technique but does not stain clothing.
Advanced Skills of LiveActive Massage Therapists
Mulligan's Lower Extremity Manipulations
Graduated with Honours in Kinesiology in 2003 from York University, followed by a Bachelor in Health Science in Athletic Therapy from Sheridan College. As a student therapist she worked with the University of Toronto Football and Basketball teams. She has also worked with the Vancouver Provincial Soccer Team. It was here she discovered her passion for the care and wellness of her athletes. Becoming a Certified Athletic Therapist in 2010.
She furthered her studies in the field of Pedorthics as an apprentice in 2007. Learning more about biomechanics and how the foot can vastly affect different areas of the body. She became a certified member in 2009, with the College of Pedorthics. With over 10 years of Pedorthic experience she has treated not just the general population but also various types of amateur to professional athletes.
Janice enjoys spending time in the outdoors with her husband, 2 boys and her dog. Her favourite activities are tennis, swimming and yoga. When not doing those activities she enjoys playing her drums.
With a food first approach and an appreciation for individual food preferences Emily is enthusiastic to work with patients to create personalized nutrition care plans to fuel their specific lifestyle. She works with individuals on building a relationship with food, one they will enjoy and feel energized by. Emily is able to assist individuals with weight management, chronic pain and inflammation, disease prevention and achieving their optimal health through food and nutrition.
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