Robin Rumig

Robin Rumig graduated from the University of Waterloo with an Honours, Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology.

Robin is a registered Kinesiologist with the College of Kinesiologists of Ontario and a member of the Ontario Kinesiology Association and is also a member of MelioGuide. Robin has continued her education with courses in Functional Capacity Evaluation, stability for the cervical and thoracic spine, exercise management for Osteopenia/Osteoporosis, Diabetes, and Cardiac rehabilitation, and retraining in balance control.

She is looking forward to taking courses specializing in exercise management in Oncology.

Robin has been working for Bryan Physical Therapy for over 11 years.

Lee Gordon (Owner)

Lee graduated from the University of Waterloo with a BSc in Kinesiology in 2004. She then completed her MSc in Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto in 2007. Lee is a registered physiotherapist with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario.

Since graduating in 2007, Lee has worked in a local hospital setting, in both inpatient and outpatient areas. Her practice was predominately in outpatient neurorehabilitation (stroke, brain injury) and rehabilitation with individuals with lower limb amputations. Along with her husband, Rob, they have co-owned Lake Country Physiotherapy since the Fall of 2012, and she began practicing physiotherapy at the clinic in January 2016. At Lake Country Physiotherapy, Lee’s practice consists of Pelvic Health Physiotherapy, Neurorehabilitation and Homecare.

At a post graduate level, Lee has completed the certificate course in Neuro-Developmental Treatment (NDT) and continues to participate in NDT courses to maintain her certification. She has completed training in lower limb amputations, and has worked alongside prosthetists in order to optimize functional mobility. She is Bone Fit trained; this is a program created by Osteoporosis Canada which enables health care professionals to teach safe activity and exercise to those with osteoporosis. She is also trained in Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation, and has focused her continuing education in this area to assist individuals in achieving their best quality of life.

In her spare time, Lee enjoys spending time with her family and friends, running, yoga, and spending time on the water.

Chad Watters

Chad graduated from McMaster University in 2006 with an honours Bachelor of Kinesiology. He then attended Glasgow Caledonian University for a Masters of Rehabilitation Sciences and has completed the Canadian National Examinations to become a Registered Physical Therapist in Canada.

His post-graduate education continues through the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute. In addition, he is working towards a diploma in advanced manual and manipulative physical therapy through the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. Clinically, Chad has a special interest in overhead motion athletes.

Outside of the clinic, Chad plays competitive baseball and can be found repairing divots at many of the local golf courses.

Erin Degagne

Erin Received her Masters of Physiotherapy at the Universtiy of Western Ontario as well as her Kinesiology degree from York University.

She is interested in continuing her education with the orthopedic division and is currently enrolled in level two courses.

In her spare time, Erin enjoys snowboarding, running and biking.

Erin MacCormack

Erin graduated from McMaster University in 2004 with a Bachelor of Health Science (Hon). She then went on to complete her Master of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto in 2006. Since then, Erin has been completing post-graduate courses on various orthopaedic conditions and in manual therapy. She is certified in the use of acupuncture and its application to musculoskeletal conditions.

Her clinical training allows her to treat a wide range of conditions, though she has a special interest in working with sports injuries and people with neurological conditions and/or injuries.

Since moving to the Orillia area, Erin enjoys an active lifestyle, spending her time outdoors cycling, swimming, back-country camping, and skiing.

Rob Gordon (Owner)

Rob’s educational background consists of a MSc in Physical Therapy from the University of Toronto and a BSc in Kinesiology from the University of Waterloo.

At a post-graduate level, Rob has earned a Diploma in Manual and Manipulative Therapy and a certification in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture from McMaster University. He is also a certified practitioner in Gunn Intra-Muscular Stimulation (IMS). He is a fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy and has taken extensive course work in Graston Techniques, Muscle Energy Techniques, Strain-Counterstrain, and neurodynamic mobilization techniques.

Rob is a published author for his research investigating specialization and advanced practice roles for Canadian Physical Therapists (Physiotherapy Canada (2008), 60:3,224-233).

Rob has been working in a private practice orthopaedic setting since 2006. He has experience treating sports related injuries in athletes of all ages, post surgical rehabilitation, along with motor vehicle accidents and work related injuries.

Rob’s treatment philosophy is based on assessing and evaluating specific orthopaedic dysfunctions and restoring functional biomechanics and movement patterns. He employs manual therapy, myofascial release and neural mobilization techniques to restore joint and tissue mobility while reinforcing this with specific exercise training and education to maintain function and prevent injury recurrence. Gunn IMS provides Rob with a different paradigm of treatment to manage neuropathic and chronic pain.

In his free time, Rob enjoys squash, basketball, weight training, cooking, camping and angling during both the soft and hard water seasons.

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