Taylored Training Physiotherapy
You don't Have to Live with Pain
Feel better, move better and get back to better movement with our progressive treatment to alleviate painful conditions. Get Fast and Effective relief with Taylored Training Physiotherapy.
Taylored Training is revolutionizing the way that physiotherapy is practiced. The integration of manual, hands-on physiotherapy, movement analysis and fitness training is the key to long-term health and better movement.
Whether your injury is old or new, physiotherapy can help you rehabilitate by improving your range of motion, flexibility, strength and function.
With assessment and movement analysis, we can determine potential areas of weakness or imbalance and work with you to target and strengthen these areas. This will decrease the risk of pain or injury in the future and help keep you moving and feeling better.
Poor posture can lead to a number of issues including pain, decreased range of motion, altered movement patterns, and decreased function. A physiotherapist will help you determine the cause of your poor posture, and work with you to using a variety of treatment techniques including hands-on therapy, movement, and ergonomic corrections.
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When you train hard, you also need to spend time on recovery. Our muscles and fascia can become tight and can even develop knots and adhesions. We can work with you to ensure you stay strong and flexible so you can achieve all your fitness goals!
Lead Physiotherapist Cassie Dionne, PT, BPHE, MScPT
Cassie received her Master’s in Physical Therapy as well as her Bachelor of Physical and Health Education from Queen’s University. While at school, she was heavily involved with university level athletics, working as a student therapist with the Royal Military College men’s varsity hockey and basketball teams. Since that time, Cassie has continued to work with both recreational and competitive athletes, working closely with Queen’s University varsity teams, as well as provincial and nationally competitive strength athletes, and members of the OJHL. Cassie also spent time working in a hospital where she worked closely with post-operative patients who were rehabilitating from a variety of both orthopedic and medical operations.
Since graduating, Cassie has dedicated herself to continuing education, attending numerous fitness conferences, functional rehabilitation workshops, as well as continuing education courses in soft tissue release, manual therapy and a variety of other assessment and treatment techniques.
Cassie has also undergone her own physical transformation, recently losing over 100lbs therefore she knows the value and importance of a good training program and qualified coaches to help you reach your goals.
Cassie works very closely with the coaching team at Taylored Training, revolutionizing traditional physiotherapy. The key to successful treatment is the integration of physiotherapy with improved physical fitness, allowing clients to succeed in achieving long-term success.
Follow Cassie’s blog, http://movebetternaked.com to stay updated on how you can move better and feel better.
Rachel Coens, RPT
Rachel graduated from the Master’s in Physical Therapy program at Queen’s University, as well as from Queen’s University Bachelor of Physical and Health Education program. During her time at Queen’s, Rachel was heavily involved in varsity athletics, competing with the Queen’s Figure Skating team during her undergraduate years and continuing as an assistant coach while completing her Master’s. As a Physiotherapist and fitness enthusiast, Rachel continues to be involved with the Queen’s Figure Skating Team as a conditioning coach.
Since graduating from Queen’s as a Physiotherapist, Rachel has worked in a variety of settings, including private practice and community care. Rachel values the importance of continuing education and has completed post-graduate courses in manual therapy, soft-tissue release, therapeutic taping, functional movement assessments, acupuncture and dry needling, and therapeutic taping. Rachel enjoys helping people achieve their physical and functional goals, as well as lead a healthy and active lifestyle. Rachel believes in the therapeutic benefits of an active lifestyle and in her spare time can be found either figure skating, rowing, cycling, or working out.
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