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

Chris is a registered physiotherapist and a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapists (FCAMPT). His education includes a Master of Physical Therapy, a Sports Physiotherapy Fellowship through Fowler Kennedy Sports Medicine Clinic and a Master of Clinical Science in the field of Advanced Health Care Practice, Manipulative Therapy. He is also certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling, the Selective Functional Movement Assessment and Complete Concussion Management. 

Chris is a part-time faculty member in the School of Physical Therapy at Western University, holding the position of clinical associate for several Master of Physical Therapy courses, and is also a mentor for post-graduate physiotherapists pursuing advanced manipulative physiotherapy training.

An avid hockey player himself, Chris worked with the London Knights as a team physiotherapist during the 2012-2013 Championship season. He was responsible for assisting in strength and conditioning, injury prevention, rehabilitation and concussion treatment.

Chris really enjoys working with all individuals to help them reach their health and wellness goals. He is passionate about building a therapeutic partnership that helps his clients realize their physical potential and to improve their resiliency to injury. In his free time, he enjoys playing hockey, volleyball, going to the gym, great lake surfing and spending time with his wife, son, and dog named Oakley.

Allison Francis

Allison FBHK, MPT, DPT
Areas of focus: Osteoarthritis, Healthy Aging & Wellness, Low back Pain, Breast Cancer Rehabilitation, Certified GLA:DTM Instructor, BoneFitTM Certified, Urban Poling Instructor

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, Selective Functional Movement Assessment, Urban Pole and Activator Pole Walking Instruction, BoneFit for Osteoporsis and Breast Cancer Rehabilitation.

Allison is excited to assess and treat patients dealing with osteoarthritis before and following total joint replacement surgery and aging athletes. In 2019 Allison became an Instructor with the Good Living with osteoarthritis in Denmark (GLA:D) exercise program. She combines her extensive knowledge of exercise and manual therapy into compassionate care for women during breast cancer treatment and into healthy living during survivorship.

Away from the clinic you can find Allison volunteering at her children’s school, coaching, playing tennis, hockey or training as a recreational triathlete. She is a proud member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and the current Member-At-Large for the London Orthopaedic Unit of the Canadian Orthopeadic Association.

Jackie Sadi


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.

Meghan McRoberts


Meghan is a registered physiotherapist who graduated from Western University with an Honours Specialization in Kinesiology in 2016, followed by a Master of Physical Therapy in 2018.

Since graduation she has completed post-graduate training in Manual Therapy, soft tissue release, and orthopaedics. Meghan looks forward to upgrading her skills by pursuing additional post-graduate courses in Manual Therapy, acupuncture, and dry needling.

Meghan is a native Londoner who was actively involved in both community and school sports growing up. She has participated in competitive dance, basketball, and soccer, while also playing both basketball and volleyball at A.B. Lucas Secondary School.

In her spare time, she enjoys spending time outdoors camping, hiking and kayaking, as well as on the court playing volleyball and lifting at the gym.

As a physiotherapist, Meghan looks forward to providing patients with the tools and guidance they need to reach their health and activity goals.

Clive Rushton

Clive is a resident physiotherapist with 37 years of clinical experience in the UK prior to moving to Canada in 2020. He qualified as a chartered physiotherapist in 1984 and commenced his clinical experience in the National Health Service, ultimately specializing in musculoskeletal therapy in family practice and private physiotherapy clinics.

Clive has been a competitive athlete with several years of international experience as a freestyle wrestler. He has club to international experience as a physiotherapist working with numerous sports. Clive continues to enjoy sport including road cycling, weight training and running.

Jennifer Nicholls

Physiotherapist BA, MSc, Physiotherapy
Jennifer graduated from McMaster University with a Master’s of Science in Physiotherapy. Prior to this, she received an Honours Specialization in Kinesiology and a minor in Rehabilitation Science from Western University. Her journey to become a physiotherapist was inspired from her experiences in personal training, athletic therapy, and involvement in sports throughout her life.

Since graduating, she has taken additional post-graduate training in pelvic floor rehabilitation and plans to continually build her skills through additional courses throughout her career.

Jennifer is passionate about working together with her clients to help coach them through their rehabilitation and getting back to what they love – and feel confident doing so. She appreciates the impact that a physical injury can have on all aspects of someone’s life, so she makes it a priority to tailor every treatment plan to be specific to each client’s goals and lifestyle.

In her spare time, Jennifer enjoys cooking and staying active through going to the gym, playing volleyball, and trying new sports and activities – most recently has been trying her hand at golf.

Christina (Tina) Ziebart

Physiotherapist, MSc, MPT, PhD, PT(resident), CSEP- CEP, CSEP- High performance specialist, Post-Doctoral Fellow, KITE-UHN, Toronto
Tina Ziebart is a physiotherapy resident and certified exercise physiologist (CSEP-CEP). She graduated her undergraduate and master’s of science from the University of Waterloo in Kinesiology and received her physiotherapy degree from Western University. She recently completed her PhD in physical therapy at Western University and will be starting an assistant professor position in physical therapy later this year.

Tina is a BoneFit trained professional, with expertise in working with people with osteoporosis. Tina uses an evidence-based approach to her treatment, with a particular emphasis on exercise.

Tamara Bernardi

Physiotherapist, BSc, MP
Tamara completed her Bachelor of Science, Honours Kinesiology in 2004 at the University of Waterloo. She completed her Master of Physiotherapy from the University of Queensland in 2008 and spent 13 years living and working on the East and West coasts of Australia. Tamara has experience treating a variety of conditions from children to elite athletes.

In 2012, she discovered a passion for pelvic health, completing post graduate courses in pelvic health before obtaining a post graduate certificate in Continence and Women’s Health from Curtin University. Tamara treats a wide range of both Female and Male pelvic floor conditions, with a special interest in pre/postnatal, the female athlete, cancer rehabilitation and men’s health.

Tamara is also a certified Pilates instructor, utilizing mat and reformer-based exercises as an adjunct to her physiotherapy treatment. Tamara believes that movement is medicine and provides individualized, one-on-one treatment plans including manual therapy, acupuncture, exercise and education to help each person achieve their rehabilitation goals.

Rachel Solecki

Rachel Solecki
Physiotherapist, Bsc, MSc
Rachel is a physiotherapy resident who graduated from McMaster University with a Master’s of Science in Physiotherapy. Prior to this, she completed a Bachelor of Science at the University of Calgary and played on the University of Calgary women’s varsity volleyball team for five years, securing a Canada West Championship in 2018 and competing in three U Sports National Championships.

Post-graduation, Rachel applied her expertise at a high-performance center, excelling as a personal trainer and volleyball coach. Her immersion in elite sports motivated her transition to physiotherapy, recognizing the significant impact that injury prevention and recovery have on the overall well-being and longevity of athletes.

Rachel values a patient-centered approach to physiotherapy, integrating education, exercise, and manual therapy into her treatment sessions. Committed to understanding each client’s needs, she fosters authentic connections to empower them in autonomously managing injuries and/or conditions.

As an outdoor enthusiast, Rachel spends her free time skiing, hiking, running, and rock climbing!