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Oakville 525 Iroquois Shore Rd , ON

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We’re conveniently located at 525 Iroquois Shore Road, and our facility is easily accessible to local residents. Physiomed Oakville is proud to be a supporting member of our community and provide valuable health services for everyone.

Part of the Greater Toronto Area, Oakville is located in Halton Region on Lake Ontario. It’s home to the annual Downtown Oakville Jazz Festival, Oakville Waterfront Festival, and has a diverse culture. With a growing population of more than 182,000, the demand for quality health services continues to rise. Physiomed works to meet those demands and ensure that all local residents have the resources they need to overcome pain, injuries, and other health issues.

Dr. Jason Lemieux

B.ScHon, DC

Clinic Owner, Chiropractor, Titleist Medical Level 3 Golf Fitness Professional, FRCms

Dr. Lemieux has been the owner/operator of Physiomed Oakville for over 13 years. The valedictorian of the National University of Health Sciences, Dr. Lemieux combines manual chiropractic treatment with cutting edge rehabilitation protocols. Dr. Lemieux is a Titleist Medical Level 3 Golf Fitness Professional and a Crossfit Level 1 Trainer as well as Functional Range Conditioning Mobility Specialist.

Dr. Ernest Geid

MD, M.Sc., DOMP, DO

Osteopathic Manual Practitioner

Ernest Geid is a Canadian Osteopathic Manual Practitioner. He has a vast hands-on clinical experience in Osteoarticular techniques, Myofacial Release and Cranial Therapy. Ernest hold a Diploma of Osteopathic Manual Practice (DOMP). He is delivering Osteopathy Techniques using Multi-Modal Approach and European Style Osteopathy. Ernest is an international graduate Medical Doctor and holds a Master of Science in Rheumatology. In addition, he holds a Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) from National University of Medical Sciences in Spain

Phil Jenner

B.Sc.

ClinIcal Exercise Physiologist (CSEP), Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA) & Titleist Performance Institute Level 3 Golf Fitness Professional

Phil completed his bachelor of kinesiology at Brock University in 2015. He then continued education at Niagara College where he received a graduate certificate in Exercise Science, 2016. He holds certifications as a strength and conditioning specialist (NSCA) and a clinical exercise physiologist (CSEP). Phil has combined his education with his passion for sports and now specializes with helping golfers as a Titleist Performance Institute Level 3 Golf Fitness Professional.

Raymond Fernandes

B.A. (specialized honors) & HFFC - CEP

Registered Kinesiologist & Certified Exercise Physiologist

Raymond graduated from York University with a Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology and Health Science in 2015. He is a Registered Kinesiologist with the College of Kinesiologists of Ontario as well as a Certified Exercise Physiologist through the Health and Fitness Federation of Canada. Raymond has completed courses in Soft Tissue Release (Level 1), Kinseio Taping, and Concussion management. His previous role as Registered Kinesiologist include working for FC Barcelona Toronto Soccer Academy and Lifemark - Seniors Wellness. Raymond spends his time playing competitive soccer and is a Child Life volunteer at SickKids Hospital.

Valerie Gerlings

B.Sc.

Active Care Specialist

Valerie graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Dalhousie University in 2018. Throughout her degree she worked with a large population of athletes, which included the Men’s Varsity Volleyball and Lacrosse teams as their Head Athletic Trainer. She took a great interest in musculoskeletal injury and rehabilitation, as well as mental health, wellness and performance. With a proven background in athletics, coaching and in the clinic setting, she is very passionate about promoting and living an active healthy lifestyle. She is a strong advocate for mental health, and recognizes the importance of the mind-body connection and treating the whole person. In addition to keeping you well, Valerie coaches U14 girls at Halton Region Volleyball Club and volunteers with at-risk youth. She likes to spend time hanging out with her rescue cat, Comet, and is continuously finding new ways to learn and to grow.

Emily Cercado

RD

Registered Dietitian

Ming Su

RMT

Registered Massage Therapist

Andrea Walker

RMT

Registered Massage Therapist

Andrea has completed additional osteopathic courses in myofascial stretch, longitudinal spinal decoaptation, muscle energy and osteoarticular pumping.

Lindsay Neilson

Office Reception

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