Functional Movement Assessment. I use the Selected Functional Movement Assessment with every patient and client. Assessing movement is the cornerstone to everything that I do. I believe HOW you do something is very important. Quality of movement should always trump quantity. Through my study of movement assessment, chiropractic and kinesiology, I now know what quality movement is. Simply put it is to move with good alignment. With injuries or inefficient movement our bodies use too much of one joint or muscle and not enough of another. Through my assessment I look for these imbalances. With treatment I use my knowledge of Function, Anatomy and Biomechanics to balance your musculoskeletal (joint & muscles) and nervous systems.
"After graduating with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Nutrition and Food Science at Ryerson University, Keren built an authentic nutrition practice founded on her personal dietary philosophy: eat nutrient-dense real foods in quantities and ratios that respect your unique context and needs.
Her mission is to empower everyday athletes to live healthy, happy, high-performing lives by making informed nutrition and lifestyle choices. With extensive research, ongoing continuing education, and years of experience as a competitive Olympic weightlifter and CrossFit Level 2 Coach, Keren strives to offer robust nutrition expertise to her clients as well as taking the time to make them feel heard and supported.
You can read more about her services at her website www.kerenchen.ca
Jennifer received her Honours Bachelor degree of Kinesiology with a minor in Gerontology from Lakehead University in 1996 and her Bachelor of Science in physiotherapy from the University of Toronto in 2000. Upon completion of her degree she continued her studies in the area of Manual Therapy.
In recent years Jennifer has advanced her professional career in pelvic health. After becoming a mom of 2 she had a special interest in helping woman with pelvic health pre-natal and post-partum. She has been trained to use internal and external manual techniques to evaluate the function of the pelvic floor muscles. Using her manual therapy and pelvic health knowledge she helps get moms back to health.
In her free time Jennifer enjoys spending time with her husband and two children Liam and Hunter. As a local mom, you often will find her at the nearby soccer field, ski hill or hockey rink!
Dr. Andrea DesGroseilliers obtained her Doctorate of Chiropractic from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and also holds an honours Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Education. Dr. Andrea DesGroseilliers is an ART® provider, is trained in Webster technique, and is a certified yoga instructor. She practices chiropractic using a diversified technique that combines manual therapy (both myofascial and manipulation modalities), rehabilitative exercises, and education as the focal points of her care.
Dr. Andrea has developed an interest treating pre- and post-natal women as part of her practice, as she has seen chiropractic care play an integral role in helping new moms address their pain and physical limitations. In addition to reducing symptoms and pain, Dr. Andrea's goal is to help pre- and post-natal women gain control of their bodies and gain a deeper understanding of proper movement.
In her spare time, she can be found enjoying classes at Fuel or tapping trees with her husband, pooch, and friends @sweetbarkmaple.
Florence was first introduced to alternative therapeutic modalities in her teens, as a
dancer and competitive athlete. After high school, Florence furthered her dance training and
obtained her Honors Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from McMaster University. Teaming up
with the artistic director of the McMaster University contemporary dance company, she
developed introductory dance classes for children and teens across Hamilton. Inspired to
further her teaching skill-set, she obtained her yoga teacher certification in Hatha yoga.
Florence teaches across the city and combines her knowledge of human kinetics, dance,
strength and conditioning, and yoga. Teaching movement to pre and postnatal women, and
coaching as a birth doula, she gained a unique perspective into the supportive systems available
to new and expecting mothers. Florence has an affinity for the holistic approach to women’s
care. She is passionate about the assimilation of progressive knowledge to educate and
empower women at any stage of life including: pre-conception, pregnancy and recovery after
birth. Most recently, Florence completed her five years of study at the Canadian College of
Osteopathy in Toronto. As a manual therapist, she believes in having her patients actively
participate in their healing. She currently is working to complete her thesis which will examine
how osteopathic treatment effects diastasis-recti abdominus in postnatal women.
Contact Florence directly at: Florence@rpmstudio.ca