Springbank Physiotherapy - pt Health
London, Ontario N6J 0A8
Hours of Operation
Our clinic is open and offering in-person treatment in addition to virtual care. We look forward to seeing you soon.
"I have been attending the Springbank Physiotherapy clinic for a few weeks now. I am extremely pleased with the care I am receiving there. The staff are very professional and knowledgeable - very encouraging and take the time to incorporate your feedback and input to continually develop your treatment plan as you progress through your rehabilitation. I would highly recommend this clinic and would not hesitate to return for any future problems."
"You really can't go wrong here. Great place with very knowledgeable and extremely helpful staff. My lower back pain has improved by leaps and bounds thanks to the combination of very effective treatment here and the recommended stretching exercises at home. Very flexible hours and comfortable friendly welcoming environment as well. Anyone looking for any kind of physiotherapy for injury, look no further than here. Very highly recommended!"
Our Clinic Team
Andy HerodSpeaks: English
Andy graduated from Western University with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. This was followed by a flight over to Australia to obtain his Master's in Physiotherapy at Griffith University in Gold Coast.
He focuses on injuries related to all areas of the body both surgical/non-surgical, neurological, and chronic in nature. He believes an individualized 1-on-1 treatment approach is the key to every patient’s success.
When not at work, Andy loves exploring different sites within and outside of Canada. He enjoys staying active playing basketball, hiking, and camping at the various beautiful parks around the province.
Registered Massage TherapistSpeaks: English
Amanda is a graduate of The National institute in Brampton, Ontario, who is passionate about the effectiveness of massage therapy as an alternative form of health care. Amanda utilizes a variety of of modalities during treatment, including deep tissue, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, Cupping, Hot stone, Lymphatic drainage, Dr. Wu’s head massage, stretching/strengthening.
She has experience treating patients with chronic pain, overuse conditions, whiplash, fibromyalgia, headaches, nerve impingement syndromes, as well as sports related Injuries. Amanda is a registered member of the Collage of Massage Therapist Of Ontario.
Courtney AubinSpeaks: English
As a Canadian Certified Pedorthist, Courtney Aubin is excited to provide patients with a better quality of life by providing expert advice and quality services and products to help people stay active and work comfortably. She is professional, engaging, enthusiastic and passionate about what she does.
Courtney has dedicated her career to customizing an optimal treatment option for each and every patient. She has a special interest in using her education, experience and artistic skills to improve biomechanical gait and posture abnormalities in children and adults, as needed.
In her down time, she loves playing and watching sports, particularly volleyball, and enjoys crafting and watching movies.
Ze Steve Lu
Physiotherapy ResidentSpeaks: English
Ze(Steve) Lu graduated from Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine with a Bachelor of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He then obtained his Master of Physiotherapy from McMaster University. He is currently working on his Ph.D. in Rehabilitation Sciences at McMaster University.
He focuses on chronic, neurological, and orthopedic injuries affecting all body parts. He believes the secret to the success of every patient is a personalized and active therapeutic approach Throughout his training, he always integrates the best research evidence with clinical expertise to inform his patient care.
He will advance his skills in orthopedic assessment and manual therapeutic treatment techniques by completing additional education of the Fellows of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy.
Sandra QuickSpeaks: English
As a graduate of Sutherland-Chan School in Toronto in 2002, Sandra has enjoyed working with the young, old, and in between. She started her practice in Kingston, where she grew up and calls her home. Shortly after she started her practice she implemented and taught infant massage for new Moms and Dads at Childbirth Kingston.
After 4 years in Kingston and teaching part-time, her passion for massage and teaching grew. She decided to further pursue teaching and looked to London. Since Oct. 2006, Sandra has been teaching at Medix College a variety of courses including Treatments and Assessments, Remedial Exercise, Human Relations, Law and Ethics, and Hydrotherapy. She fully feels the balance between the teaching and practising massage therapy is a good fit for her, as well benefits both her students and clients.
Some of the other courses she has taken since graduating in 2002 are, Myofascial release, muscle energy, hot stone, Perinatal support, and reiki. Sandra also have a certification in reflexology that she received in 1999.