Jeffrey Romkey

jeff_bioClinic Director, BKIN, MPT, MClSc(manip therapy), FCAMPT, Cert Sport, CSCS, TPI CGFI-MP3
Areas of focus: Golf, skiing, jaw and facial pain

With specialties in assisting competitive athletes in both golf and skiing, Jeff’s goal is to help injured athletes recover as quickly as possible and maximize their potential by utilizing the latest therapies and technology.

With a postgraduate degree in physiotherapy, a Masters in Clinical Science, and having completed the prestigious Fowler-Kennedy Sports Physiotherapy Fellowship, Jeff is certified by the Titleist Performance Institute (CGFI-MP3—the highest level obtainable) and is a traveling physiotherapist with the Canadian Ski Cross team to Europe and Western Canada. Assessing his patients in a special golf studio at the clinic, Jeff uses the latest in golf technologies, including K-Vest. He’s worked with many of the top golfers in Canada, including those playing on PGA Tour Canada.

An active golfer and avid  trap and skeet shooter, Jeff also has an interest in treating jaw and facial pain. Jeff teaches jaw and facial pain diagnosis and treatment to students in the School of Physical Therapy at Western University and to other physiotherapists through the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.

Chris Statten

Areas of focus: Hockey, concussion recovery

With significant experience in the rehabilitation and prevention of injuries relating to hockey, Chris worked with the London Knights OHL team during the 2012-13 season. During his time with the Knights, Chris was responsible for providing training, injury prevention, and on-ice medical coverage, as well as pre-game and post-game management, including concussion rehabilitation. Chris uses this background to assist athletes as they prepare for active sports on and off the ice.

Chris’s education includes a Master of Physical Therapy at Western University, a Sports Physiotherapy Fellowship at the Fowler Kennedy Sports Medicine Clinic and most Recently a graduate of the Advanced Health Care Practice Program (MClSc) from Western University. Chris is certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling and the Selective Functional Movement Assessment. He also continues to seek additional education to further his journey in helping athletes and non-athletes rehab from injury.

Emma Jack

BSc(HKin), MSc(PT), MClSc(manip therapy), FCAMPT,  Sport Dip.
Areas of focus: Clinical Pilates, hockey, dance

Emma graduated from McMaster University with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology in 2010. She continued her studies at McMaster and graduated in 2012 with her Masters in Physiotherapy. After graduation, Emma completed the Sports Physiotherapy Fellowship at Fowler Kennedy Sport Medicine Clinic. Emma has her Diploma in Sport Physiotherapy and is currently working on her manual therapy credentials. Emma has her clinical acupuncture certification, level 2 manual therapy, SFMA certified and is k-taping sport and pro certified. She has had the privilege of working as a therapist with Canada Basketball, Skate Canada, Toronto Rock Lacrosse as well as with several CIS teams at Western University. Emma acted as a medical lead for the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games and is the Team Therapist for Hockey Canada’s Under 18 Women’s National Team Program.

Allison Francis

Allison FDPT, MPT, BHK
Areas of focus: Osteoarthritis, Healthy Aging & Wellness, Low back and Pelvic Pain

Allison joins ReActive Physiotherapy as an experienced therapist having worked in private practice, public-funded health care, academics, and research. Allison completed her Doctor of Physical Therapy at Regis University in Denver, Colorado after her entry level Masters of Physical Therapy at the University of Western Ontario in London, and a Bachelors of Human Kinetics from the University of British Columbia. Allison has completed post-graduate training in Integrated Dry Needling, Manual Therapy and the Selective Functional Movement Assessment. Allison was a varsity volleyball athlete, and can relate to young athletes rehabilitating from injury. Allison is equally excited to assess and treat patients dealing with osteoarthritis before and following total joint replacement surgery.

Allison and her husband are avid travelers and have enjoyed trips backpacking across Canada, USA, Europe, Costa Rica, Australia and New Zealand. Away from the clinic you can find Allison volunteering at her children’s school, playing ice hockey, tennis or training as a recreational triathlete.

Doug Freeman

Areas of focus: Rowing, basketball, concussion recovery

Doug has worked in orthopaedics and sports medicine since graduating with a Bachelor’s of Science in Physiotherapy from Queen’s University in 2005. He has most recently worked at the Fowler Kennedy Sports Medicine Clinic where he treated athletes of all ages and levels. Doug has been a contract physiotherapist with Rowing Canada since 2010 and has had the privilege of working with the World Junior, U23 and Senior Women’s teams as well as the Canadian Paralympic Rowing Team at 2016 Paralympics in Rio.

In 2011, Doug completed his Masters of Clinical Science in Manipulative Therapy at the University of Western Ontario, earning him the designation of Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT). He continues to teach and assist in the Clinical Masters program at Western.

Jackie Sadi

Areas of focus:  Workplace Injuries, Professor at Western University

Jackie Sadi is a licensed physical therapist and a lecturer responsible for Advanced Orthopedic courses at Western University. She has an extensive background in occupational injuries, complex spine injuries, and a special interest in shoulder, elbow, and wrist problems. A physical therapist for 25 years, Jackie is recognized as a clinical orthopedic specialist in manual and manipulative therapy.

Jackie is a clinical specialist in musculoskeletal physiotherapy by the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, currently one of only a few practitioners in Ontario to have achieved this designation.

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