YOU KNOW IT.
This is physiotherapy the way it works best.
With your body.
Not with machines.
Amped Physiotherapy powered by Momentum offers a state of the art clinic for both injury recovery and injury prevention. With our combination of experienced physiotherapists, private treatment rooms and full access to the gym, our clinic offers a physiotherapy experience like no other!
Same Approach, Same People, New Name
Pain can have multiple causes – it takes problem solvers to figure out why you have it, and how to fix it. We are professional problem solvers – you, your situation, and your injury is different from everyone else's. We take the time to figure you out, using the latest research and techniques.
In order to give your condition the attention it deserves, we only book 2 patients per hour. Our clinic offers 4 private treatment rooms, plenty of open area in the clinic for exercise and for testing, an outdoor treatment patio for those who want some Vitamin D included with their treatment, a fully integrated access to the AMPED gym with strength coaches, and our own ice surface. Our treatment approach is hands-on, integrated, and evidence-based.
Owner, Registered Physiotherapist, BA(Hons)PT, BScPT, FCAMPT, CSCS, Gunn IMS, SFMA
As a physiotherapist, Jordan has spent many years building his areas of clinical expertise in manual therapy, IMS and exercise science, and has worked in practice settings from high-profile sports injury clinics with elite level clientele to rehabilitating the complex and serious injuries found in a provincial trauma centre.
This combination of specialization is rare - expertise in manual therapy and performance exercise provides Jordan the ability to guide athletes from the initial stages of injury recovery right through to returning to perform at a high level in their sport. His knowledge base allows him the insight to design and introduce high level performance exercise into their programs at the appropriate time.
After building Momentum Physiotherapy into a clinic known for its skilled practitioners and individual approach to client treatment, Jordan wanted to expand the options available to his clients for treatments that couldn’t be offered in the space available in Riverside South.
Along with Andrew, the vision for Amped came together, with a single entity that could use the best principles of teaching, coaching, scientific research, exercise and treatment of pain and movement problems, and bring them all under one roof for the benefit of all the athletes that come to our facility.
Outside of treating athletes in Amped Physiotherapy powered by Momentum, Jordan also oversees the Amped Human Performance program in the gym and the sport vision training programs in Amped CORE Training as the Director of Sports Lab operations.
You can find him delivering programs in any of these areas of Amped, or on the ice running a Rehabilitation Ice session for injured hockey players wanting to return to the game truly ready to go.
Registered Physiotherapist BA Kin, MSc. PT, SFMA, TPI Certified
Chelsea is a registered physiotherapist with several years experience
in a private practice sports setting. Within the clinical setting, she
has treated a variety of clients ranging from office workers to
athletes in multiple sports. On field, she has worked with the Ottawa
Fury Soccer Club, and the IIHF World Junior Hockey Championships
providing event coverage.
Chelsea grew up as a competitive athlete in soccer, which has driven
her particular interest in ACL injury prevention. In her spare time,
Chelsea enjoys running, working on her golf game and her continued
involvement in competitive volleyball.
Masters of Physical Therapy. Queens University
Honours Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology. University of Western Ontario
Titleist Performance Institute - Level 2 Medical Certified
Kinetacore Dry Needling – Level 1
Orthopaedic Division Manual Therapy – Level 5
Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA)
Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute – Level 1
New Trends in the Prevention of Running Injuries (Blaise Dubois)
The Mulligan Concept: Mobilization with Movement – Lower Quadrant
Soft Tissue Release
The Thorax and Pelvis (Diane Lee)
Sports First Responder CPR C with AED (Canadian Red Cross)
Registered Physiotherapist (Bilingual), BSc.PT, MClSc.PT, FCAMPT, Dip Sport PT
Geneviève, a native of Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia, is a bilingual registered physiotherapist with a special interest in sport rehabilitation and enjoys treating athletes of all ages. She joined the Momentum @ Amped team in 2015.
In 2013, Geneviève obtained her diploma in Sport Physiotherapy and returned to school in to complete her Masters of Clinical Science at Western University where her thesis focused on chronic rotator cuff pathology. She is one of few therapists in the Ottawa region with both a post-graduate Diploma in Sport Physiotherapy and in Advanced Manual and Manipulative Therapy. These certifications are a testament to her commitment to a high standard of care.
Since graduating, Geneviève has been very involved in sport physiotherapy and has worked with many sports teams and events. These include the three Canada Games, the 2015 PanAm Games, the 2016 Youth Olympic Games, the 2017 Summer and Winter Universiades and the 2017 Jeux de la Francophonie.
Physical activity has always been an important part of Geneviève’s life. She grew up as a competitive athlete and continues to stay active. She enjoys weight training, yoga, and going snowshoeing, kayaking and cycling with her husband. Her active lifestyle reflects in her treatment and she enjoys helping her patients return to their favourite activities and sports.
Geneviève is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association’s orthopaedic and sport divisions, is part of the Healthy Dance Canada network, and is licensed through the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario. She is also a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists (FCAMT).
Registered Physiotherapist, MPT, BScKin, Dip.Sports PT, FCAMPT
Kirsten received her Masters in Physical Therapy in 2012 and an Honours Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology in 2010, both from the University of Western Ontario. Within the School of Physical Therapy, Kirsten’s research group won the 2012 London District CPA-OPA Physiotherapy Book Prize, awarded to the most outstanding research project for their systematic review on the effectiveness of hip strengthening in the treatment of patellofemoral pain syndrome. In addition, Kirsten won the MPT Clinical Excellence Award, awarded to the graduating student who exemplified the values of respect, excellence and compassion throughout clinical placements.
Sports have always been a big part of Kirsten’s life, and led her to pursue a career in physiotherapy. Upon graduating from physio school, she was accepted to the Sports Medicine Fellowship at the Fowler-Kennedy Sports Medicine Clinic in London, ON. This unique and competitive program focuses on mentorship and professional development in a multidisciplinary sports medicine environment. Here, Kirsten had the opportunity to work closely with highly skilled physiotherapists, strength and conditioning specialists, sports medicine physicians and orthopedic surgeons. She was the head physiotherapist for all the Fanshawe College varsity teams. In addition, Kirsten has worked with Hockey Canada, London FC PDL soccer team and has been on the medical team for Skate Canada International Grand Prix and the World Figure Skating Championships in 2013.
Kirsten believes every patient’s treatment program should be individualized towards his or her specific needs and goals. She uses a combined treatment approach of hands-on manual therapy and soft tissue release techniques, as well as return to sport rehabilitation and exercise prescription.
Kirsten has made professional development a very high priority early on in her career. She is currently preparing to challenge her first set of exams to attain her Diploma in Sports Physiotherapy, and is studying towards becoming a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists (FCAMT). She is a member in good standing with College of Physiotherapists of Ontario and is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. Kirsten has developed a keen interest in the treatment of concussions. She has taken several courses and hopes to continue research in this area that is rapidly gaining attention both in the medical community and the media.