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Our Team

Janice Eveleigh PT

Janice Eveleigh PT
DPT, BScPT, BSc, CAFCI,CredMDT,MCPA.
(Baywood Physiotherapy & Athletic Injury Centre, Ajax)

Janice graduated from the University of Toronto, Canada in1988 with a bachelor of science in human physiology and physics. She took this interest to their faculty of medicine to complete her degree in physical therapy in 1992. She is fully credentialed through the Mckenzie Institute International in mechanical diagnosis and therapy of the spine, and received certification in acupuncture through the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada in 1997. She has since completed her clinical doctorate in physical therapy through EIM Institute of Health Professions, USA. Her postgraduate studies have included extensive work in manual therapy, therapeutic taping, kinesiotaping, craniomandibular disorders, M.E.T. (medical exercise therapy) and the treatment of golf related injuries. She is certified by the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute.

She is the author of “Running on Science: The exercise professional’s evidence-based framework for measuring fitness and reducing injury risk” and performs online gait analysis for runners worldwide.

Janice is a very experienced physiotherapist who is dedicated to continued learning and providing evidence informed care. Janice has been voted “Best Physiotherapist” by the local News Advertiser and has been a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy association since 1992, belonging to the orthopaedic, acupuncture, sports physiotherapy and private practice divisions. She has chosen to limit her practice to musculoskeletal conditions, orthopaedic rehabilitation, sports injuries, and motor vehicle accident injuries, and has special interest in osteoarthritis, skiing, snowboarding, weight training, golfing, and scuba diving.

Judy Nelson PT

Judy Nelson PT
BSc, BScPT, CAFCI, MCPA
(Baywood Physiotherapy & Athletic Injury Centre, Ajax)

Judy completed her undergraduate degree in Biology and Psychology at McMaster University in 1992. She then received her Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Western Ontario in 1995.

She spent her early career working in orthopaedics and paediatrics at the Kitchener-Waterloo Health Center of Grand River Hospital. Her post-graduate studies have included the McKenzie Institute level D, acupuncture, myofascial release, and kinesiotaping. She limits her practice to orthopaedics and sports injuries.

Greg Grierson PT

Greg Grierson PT
BScPT, CredMDT, MCPA
(Brooklin Rehabilitation Sports Injuries Centre)

Greg earned his Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy in 1993 from the University of Western Ontario. He began his career working at St. Joseph’s Hospital in London Ontario in the orthopaedic department. He then worked at a multidisciplinary clinic in Durham region before joining the Great Lakes Physiotherapy group in 1997. Greg received credentials from the McKenzie Institute International in mechanical diagnosis and treatment of the spine in 1999. In addition, he has extensive post-graduate course work in manual therapy and other related treatment techniques. He is certified in dry needling and FMS (functional movement screens). Greg has also been voted “Best Physiotherapist” by the local news advertiser. He limits his practice to orthopaedic conditions and sports injuries. Ice and ball hockey, weight training, and fishing are special interests to Greg. He was previously involved in coaching Clarington minor girls rep hockey and lacrosse.

Katelin Dodington PT
M.Sc. (PT), B.Sc. (Kin)
(Brooklin Rehabilitation Sports Injuries Centre)

Katie graduated from the University of Toronto in 2011 with a Masters of Science Degree in Physical Therapy (MScPT). Her career in physiotherapy was a natural progression of her prior training whereby she earned a Bachelor of Science, Honours Specialization Degree in Kinesiology from the University of the Western Ontario.

Katie has experience with elite and recreational athletes including professional skiers, snowboarders, professional mountain bikers, and other professional, national, and Olympic athletes. She practices dry needling, taping, and also has post graduate training in manual therapy. Outside of work Katie likes spending weekends at the cottage with her family, kayaking, canoeing, snowboarding, playing soccer, running, attending weekly yoga classes and supporting the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Dr. Tessa Lam  DC
BSc, DC
(Brooklin Rehabilitation Sports Injuries Centre)

Dr. Tessa Lam attended the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) where she studied kinesiology and was introduced to the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) bridge program during her freshman year. In June 2018, Dr. Lam became the first person to graduate from the UOIT-CMCC bridge program which allowed her to complete a Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours) in Kinesiology degree and a Doctor of Chiropractic degree in seven years, instead of eight.

Dr. Lam’s objective is to help her patients reach their health goals through individualized, evidenced-based care. She uses a variety of techniques such as spinal and extremity manipulations/mobilizations, myofascial release, rehabilitation exercises, kinesio tape, and modalities.

At the age of 15, Dr. Lam was first introduced to field lacrosse and has been playing ever since. During her three years at UOIT, Dr. Lam was the goalie for the Women’s Lacrosse team. She was awarded UOIT’s Lacrosse Freshman Athlete of the Year 2011-2012, and Lacrosse MVP 2012-2013 and 2013-2014. Dr. Lam continues to be an active member of the Lady Blue Knights Lacrosse Club as a player, goalie coach, and Director-At-Large board member.

Dr. Lam grew up in Brooklin and is excited to be practicing in her hometown.

Shannon Simon RMT

Shannon Simon RMT
(Brooklin Rehabilitation Sports Injuries Centre)

Shannon graduated from Sir Sandford Fleming College in 2004 with honors. After graduation, Shannon began working in Physiotherapy clinics in Durham Region. Shannon grew up in Oshawa and throughout her youth played many sports including soccer. She has additional training in pregnancy massage/acupressure for pregnancy, Myofascial Release and several courses in orthopedic injuries and whiplash related injuries. In the future she plans on taking her Level 1 Cranial Sacral Therapy certification. Shannon began working at Whitby Civic Physiotherapy in 2011 and has built up an extensive clientele. Shannon keeps herself busy with her 2 young daughters who are very active in sports. She is very comfortable working with children and babies in her practice and has experience treating both. Shannon encourages parents to not only seek out Massage Therapy for their own benefit, but also allow their children to experience Massage Therapy and the health benefits it has to offer.

Beth Hurren RMT

Beth Hurren RMT
(Baywood Physiotherapy, Ajax, and Brooklin Rehabilitation Sports Injuries Centre)

Beth grew up in Pickering and graduated from Fleming College’s RMT program in 2011. She has been active in ringette since she was six, has been a member of team Canada, and continues to remain active in the sport. She has special interest in treating sports injuries.