Wendy Good, Registered Physiotherapist
Wendy completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Toronto in 1989 and is a member of the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario. She has taken additional professional training in the McKenzie therapy approach; manual therapy to the E3/V3 level and in a wide variety of techniques: acupuncture; craniosacral therapy; lymphatic drainage therapy; visceral manipulation; progress by exercise and other treatment forms. Wendy works together with her clients to ensure they achieve their rehabilitation goals. Her objective is to provide services that best suit the individual and their needs and promote an optimal return to health and activity. Ms Good has been involved in many outside activities including competitive swimming; hiking; biking and travel. Wendy enjoys spending time gardening and trying new recipes.
Mona Kalra, Registered Physiotherapist
Mona has 15 years of experience in the field of physiotherapy in treating orthopaedic and neurological conditions. Mona relishes the challenge of delivering professional and personalized care to her clients and is always striving to create an environment that supports positive thinking and a hope-filled attitude. Mona regularly undertakes courses of her profession such as: McKenzie therapy parts A, Manual therapy Level 2, Shirley Sahrmann Level 1, Bobath certification, as well as having many other orthopaedic courses in her curricula. A dedicated family person, Mona loves cooking and spending time with her family, as well as traveling.
Diana M. Sheldrick, Registered Massage Therapist
Diana has been a Registered Massage Therapist since August of 2005. She graduated with an advanced diploma from the Massage Therapy program at Algonquin College where she had the opportunity to work with a wide range of populations all over the Ottawa area. Some of these included young parents and teens teaching infant massage, teens and adults with physical and developmental disabilities, physical and sports related injuries and public student clinic co-op at the college.
After graduation, she spent the next three years as a Registered Massage Therapist for both chiropractic and physiotherapy clinic settings in the Ottawa region. During that time, she continued to work with a wide variety of conditions to practice and master her skills in traditional Swedish and Deep Tissue massage. This included clients with athletic injuries, chronic muscle pain syndromes and soft tissue damage caused by motor vehicle accidents.
In her free time, Diana enjoys reading, trying out new recipes and hosting get-together events with friends. She also loves traveling to different places in the world like Columbia in South America.
Diana strongly believes in the power of therapeutic touch and how it can impact a person's life in more ways than we may fully understand. Her intent is to educate and encourage people to integrate Massage Therapy into a healthy and active lifestyle to create long term health and wellness.
In addition, please know that Diana is a recognized health care professional with VAC (Veterans Affairs Canada) and Blue Cross.
Sanjiv Kalra, P.Eng, MBA (Managing Director)
Sanjiv has over 15 years experience in business management which grew out of his roots as a Professional Engineer with an MBA from Carleton University, Ottawa. Sanjiv has applied his extensive technical, business and problem-solving expertise across a variety of industry sectors, including manufacturers of: baggage-conveyor systems, dog food, pressure vessels, pressure tubes for nuclear reactors, not to mention with the Canadian Government, interactive boards and health care. Over the course of his career, Sanjiv has considerable experience in working harmoniously and effectively with people from different cultures: he grew up in India, studied in the USA, and now lives in Canada. Sanjiv enjoys playing cricket, badminton and chess. Recently along with Mona, his wife of many years, he has joined a Mixed Double Slow Pitch Softball League.