Meg Smith graduated from McMaster University’s school of physiotherapy in 1999. She subsequently completed a fellowship in Sport Physiotherapy at Western University’s Fowler Kennedy Sport Medicine Clinic and a Master of Science through McMaster University’s School of Rehabilitation Science in 2017.
Meg’s areas of interest include musculoskeletal physiotherapy and sports injury management. To this end, she holds certification in acupuncture, is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.
Meg is a member of Cochrane Canada’s Back and Neck group with a research interest in exercise for neck disorders. She is active within the physiotherapy community as a clinical mentor and orthopaedic instructor for the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. Her past involvement in sport has included university, club and national team coverage for rugby, hockey, fastball, lacrosse, ultimate Frisbee and curling.
A former competitive Nordic skier, paddler and fastpitch softball player, Meg is now happy to pursue physical activities that can be done with her young family.
Cyril Moss is a graduate of the University of Waterloo. In addition to his role as clinic co-director, he is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Cyril oversees fitness testing, training program design and strength and conditioning for individual athletes and sports teams.
He is a Certified Golf Fitness Instructor with the Titleist Performance Institute and strength coach for the Golf Fitness Academy at Stonetown Physiotherapy. As well, Cyril has worked as team trainer for the Kitchener Hallman Twins senior men’s fastball team and as a consultant for the Ontario Curling Association and the St. Marys Lincolns Junior B hockey team.
Kristen Gamble completed the Sport Physiotherapy fellowship program at the Fowler Kennedy Sport Medicine Clinic in London after graduating from Queen’s University. She has obtained her certificate in Sport Physiotherapy, which designates competency in providing care to injured athletes in a clinic or competitive setting. Kristen is also certified in Integrated Dry Needling and is pursuing advanced credentials in orthopaedic manual therapy.
Kate Henning graduated from Queen’s University in 2014 where she obtained her Honours Bachelor’s degree in Physical Health and Education. She then went on to complete her Master of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto, graduating in 2016.
Through her clinical experience, Kate has worked in a variety of neurological and orthopaedic areas, where she has developed a strong interest in manual therapy and sport specific rehabilitation. She has experience working with a variety of athletes. At Queen’s she was the trainer for the varsity men’s rugby team and more recently she spent a season with a local football team providing sideline coverage in her hometown of Toronto.
Kate has pursued continuing education in acupuncture, sports and K-Taping, as well as orthopaedic manual therapy. She hopes to continue to advance her knowledge in these areas in order to provide evidence-based, well-rounded and patient-centred care. In her spare time Kate is a competitive trail runner, rock climber, cross-country skier and avid outdoors enthusiast.
Jane Cromwell is a Canadian Certified Pedorthist who began her pedorthic career in 1993 working in the Kitchener-Waterloo and Stratford area. She is skilled in all areas of pedorthics and is committed to provide the best in patient care. She integrates quality of care with communication, compassion and emphasizes patient education.
Although Jane enjoys treating all foot and ankle conditions and sports injuries, she realized early in her career she had developed a particular interest to help those people who suffer from rheumatoid arthritis and diabetes. In 1997 Jane was involved in Jannsen-Ortho Regranex Gel clinical trials helping to treat diabetic neuropathic ulcers with orthotics and customized footwear.
Through the years Jane has been involved as a practicum site supervisor, passing on her knowledge to students in the Diploma of Pedorthics program through Western University. Jane is a longtime member of the Pedorthic Association of Canada and a member of the College of Pedorthics of Canada.
Jason Church graduated from Western University with an Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology degree in 2013. While at Western, he was the trainer for the Mustangs rugby team and for wrestling and basketball events on campus.
Jason is active in youth hockey as a technical skills and power skating coach, and recently as head coach of a AAA spring hockey team. He is an integral part of the Stonetown Physiotherapy team, working alongside Registered Physiotherapists and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists to deliver therapeutic exercise programs, off-season and in-season strength and conditioning.
Julie Leitch graduated from Conestoga College with a diploma from the Occupational Therapist Physiotherapist Assistant program in 2013. Julie has also completed certification as a seniors fitness health and wellness instructor.
She has experience with fitting mobility products such as walkers, wheelchairs and orthopaedic products. Now working with the Stonetown Physiotherapy team, she plans to pursue further education related to sports injuries, strength and conditioning.
Julie is also head coach of a Stratford girls travel soccer team and a board member for the Stratford Youth Soccer association. In her spare time, she likes to keep active by playing volleyball and soccer as well as snowboarding.
Jaydelle Kelly graduated from Fanshawe College with a Diploma in Medical Office Administration in 2009. As administrative assistant in our St. Marys location, Jaydelle’s combined professionalism and cheerful disposition serve as a reassuring point of contact for first-time clients to the clinic.
Outside of work, Jaydelle might be found snowmobiling, playing slo-pitch, biking, boating, or working out at the gym.Home