Claire is a physiotherapist originally from Edmonton, Alberta. Several years of volunteer work with children and families dealing with Developmental Coordination Disorder during her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology initially sparked Claire’s interest in physiotherapy. The tremendous motivation and compassion of these young individuals inspired her to pursue a career where she could empower people to improve their wellbeing and achieve their goals.
Khai’s approach to treatment starts with a full assessment to find the cause of your pain. He believes in treating the cause of the problem, not the symptom. He is passionate about learning how movements and postural habits can potentially affect your well being. As a practitioner he is continuously invested in learning new techniques and skills to deliver the best care to you.
Having originally trained as a Physiotherapist in Manchester, England, Jon worked in Acute Neurology at North Middlesex Hospital in London; he also built on his skills of sports medicine and rehabilitation working for the youth academy at Manchester City Football Club. Jon then moved to Canada and spent several years working in Neurological Rehabilitation at the Foothills Medical Centre, Calgary.
Antoine’s approach to treating people with osteopathy is very gentle. When you are treated by Antoine he will begin by using his hands along with his deep understanding of the body to reduce your pain. His treatments will then focus on your nervous system and other deeper systems including the hormonal cranial and lymphatic systems. Antoine believes the best ingredients to get you feeling fantastic are a deep understanding of anatomy, movement and space for the body to heal.
Gabe believes that to live life to the fullest we have to move well, with confidence and be pain free. His commitment to you, as his patient, is to help you find the origin of your pain and remove it. He does this by combining both movement therapy and osteopathic therapy.
Whilst practicing in Australia he became known amongst his peers for his uncanny ability to help people with ankle, knee, neck and back pain. He has enjoyed working with elite athletes from the Australian Football League, but what he finds most fulfilling is helping everyday people with nagging injuries to become pain free and educating them so that they can then learn to prevent the pain from returning.
Ed Paget is an Osteopathic Therapist, writer, presenter, and director of Intrinsi.
After 11 years dedicated to working with amazing clients and guiding them to achieve remarkable success, his mission remains the same; he wants to help you find the root cause of your pain and work together on a sensible, rational strategy to get you back to who you want to be.