Hagersville Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation - pt Health
In response to COVID-19, pt Health is doing its part to help protect patients and our teams by modifying the delivery of services at our clinic. We remain open in select communities across Canada to treat patients requiring urgent care and to provide virtual care options.
For clinics that are providing in-person services, we have put in place active measures including enhanced hygiene practices, social distancing and pre-screening before anyone enters the clinic as per the Public Health Agency of Canada and continue to monitor federal and provincial colleges, to ensure our policies are aligned.
If you are feeling ill, have traveled outside of Canada in the past 14 days, or have come in contact with someone who is suspected to have COVID-19, please reach out to your local public health agency. If you need to reschedule an existing booking, please contact us by calling: 1 (888) 707-4410
We will keep you up to date with any related changes at pt Health that may affect you. If you have any questions regarding your appointment or your future treatment, please contact us at: 1 (888) 707-4410
In good health,
"This place is great! As soon as you walk in, all you see is smiling faces and such a welcoming vibe! They have an online appointment system so it was amazingly easy to book an appointment. They accommodate you for anything you have or need and I would honestly trust no one else for physio! "
"Cannot express enough how wonderful this team is. I could not walk because of my back injury and my physio was so helpful, nice and supportive. They called to make sure I was okay the day after. I cannot get over my pain relief. It’s wonderful. I rate them with the highest regard and have recommended them already."
Our Clinic Team
Physiotherapist - Hon.B.Kin, MSc.PTSpeaks: EnglishKyle started his career with pt Health working as a Kinesiologist in 2009 after graduating with an honours degree in Kinesiology from Wilfrid Laurier University. He furthered his education with a Masters of Science degree in Physiotherapy from McMaster University in 2013. After graduating, Kyle has continued his education in the areas of manual therapy, acupuncture and concussion rehabilitation. He is trained in the use of Instrument-Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM), cupping, and dry-needling. Kyle believes in creating individualized treatment plans to meet the specific needs of the patient. Kyle has most recently completed both the Arthritis Society's Getting a Grip on Arthritis® osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis education program. Kyle stays active playing squash or soccer and enjoys going for hikes on the Waterford rail trail with his dog Cleo.
Emma Armstrong Buckborough
Massage Therapist - RMTSpeaks: EnglishEmma is a Registered Massage Therapist from Jarvis, Ontario. She graduated from Ontario College of Health and Technology in April 2015. She completed her registration exams in July 2015. Emma utilizes General Swedish Massage, Myofascial release, Trigger Point Release, and other techniques to provide a therapeutic approach in her Massage Therapy treatments. Emma also incorporates the use of heated bamboo sticks of varying lengths and diameters. Bamboo sticks are similar to hot stones but offer a more therapeutic aspect. The heated bamboo sticks are used to warm up the tissue and allows Emma to work the tension out of muscles. In her spare time, Emma loves playing baseball, camping with friends and family, and baking yummy desserts.
Chiropractor - Hon.B.Kin, D.C.Speaks: EnglishShawn graduated from New York Chiropractic College, after which he started working in the Haldimand-Norfolk area. After sharpening his chiropractic skills, he joined the pt Health team in 2011. Shawn's thirst for knowledge shows as he is a fully certified Graston Technique Provider and has recently completed a Masters Degree in Rehabilitation Science at McMaster University. His research interests include the study of the biomechanics associated with spinal manipulation. Shawn enjoys outdoor activities with his family during his spare time.
Holistic Nutritionist - R.O.H.P./R.N.C.P.Speaks: EnglishJohn is a Holistic Nutritionist who graduated from Edison Institute of Nutrition in 2019 with high honours, and holds the titles R.O.H.P./R.N.C.P. from the International Organization of Nutritional Consultants (IONC). John has been interested in the health sciences for many years, and the health issues he faced in his own life served as a powerful catalyst in helping him pursue his career as a nutritionist. John has a special focus on fitness nutrition, in addition to having much experience and expertise with mercury poisoning and how to accurately test for it. John takes great pleasure in helping people through their health related difficulties. He does so with general nutritional consulting, but also targeted, personal and individualized advice that he can offer when clients use an extensive analytical tool that uses each person’s own unique presenting symptomatology to figure out the status of many components and systems in the body. In his down time, John enjoys cycling, motorcycling, working out, hiking the Bruce trail and reading.
Patient CoordinatorSpeaks: EnglishMargaret graduated from Executive Office Administration at Mohawk College. She worked for a large corporation for 30 years doing various jobs and learning many different skills. After this corporation closed she felt she was too young to retire and had always wanted to work in the medical field helping others. She was a patient here at Hagersville and enjoyed the positive work environment of this clinic. Margaret grew up in Haldimand County and has served on the Executive at the Cayuga Figure Skating Club, Hagersville Minor Hockey, Hamilton Girls Hockey and Haldimand Rivercats Girls Hockey. Margaret lives in Hagersville with her husband Robin. She has two daughters, three stepsons, one granddaughter and two grand puppies. Margaret tries to greet all patients with a smile and welcome.
Massage TherapistSpeaks: EnglishSarah graduated from Everest College in 2014. Since then she puts the clients needs first when they arrive for their treatment. She recognizes the individual needs of each client that comes to her for treatment and makes a treatment plan according to the client's goals and desires. She uses a variety of techniques to reach those goals. These techniques include; Swedish Massage, trigger point therapy, indie head massage, fascial and myofascial techniques, as well as deep tissue therapy. Her goal is to help the client reach rehabilitation goals or to just relax and distress.
Physiotherapy Support PersonnelSpeaks: English
"Staff is knowledgeable and friendly and I trust them to help me heal as quickly as possible with the least amount of discomfort. "
"Very friendly and efficient staff. After three or four treatments my husband’s back issue was resolved. We were very happy with the results."