The Team @ Freeflo Physiotherapy.
Graham Florence B.Sc.P.T.
BioGraham graduated from McGill University in 2002 with a BSc in Physiotherapy after completing 3 years of Kinesiology at the University of Western Ontario. He is originally from Lakefield and now resides in Warsaw with his wife and four kids. Graham has completed all of his training in the Manual and Manipulative Therapy (level 5) from the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. As well, Graham has his level 1 Acupuncture and has taken the fit-for golf courses. Graham utilizes joint mobilizations, joint manipulations, exercise therapy, acupuncture, ultrasound and neural mobilization techniques in treating an assortment of spinal dysfunction and upper and lower extremity injuries. He previously volunteered physiotherapy coverage for the Peterborough Lakers Lacrosse as well as the Peterborough Half Ironman. Graham enjoys all sports and is involved in curling at the Lakefield curling club and also enjoys golfing.
Ryan Freeburn M.Sc.P.T.
BioRyan graduated from the University of Toronto with a Masters degree in Physical Therapy after obtaining his Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology degree from York University. Ryan is currently working towards a Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Therapy from the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and also has training in acupuncture. Ryan practiced Physiotherapy in an out-patient physiotherapy setting for two years in North Bay, before coming back to Lakefield to open up FreeFlo Physiotherapy. Ryan has experience working with both the weekend warrior and elite athletes alike. He uses a variety of techniques including joint mobilization/manipulation, core stabilization and exercise programs, neural tissue mobilization, postural taping, and acupuncture to help his clients reach their full potential. Ryan grew up in Warsaw and now resides in Woodview with his wife, two daughters and son. While growing up in the area, Ryan was involved in local hockey leagues and Peterborough baseball leagues. He also enjoys fishing and golfing in his spare time. He has volunteered with the Toronto marathon, Glen Candari Guinness World Record attempt and OFSAA Nordic skiing in North Bay.
Stephanie Bailey M.Sc.PT, MCPA
Steph recently graduated from the University of Toronto, completing her Masters degree in Physical Therapy. Prior to this, she obtained her Honors Specialization in Kinesiology degree from the University of Western Ontario. Steph grew up in Peterborough and has returned to her hometown.
Steph first volunteered at FreeFlo Physiotherapy before entering physiotherapy school in 2011 and later returned for an internship as a physiotherapy student in 2013. Steph loved the group at Freeflo and has been part of our team ever since.
Steph is a very active and enthusiastic person. She has her black belt in karate and is an active competitor and a provincial champion in Muay Thai and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. She also excelled in rugby, playing for Western University, Ontario and Canada. Steph also enjoys snowboarding, waterskiing, and spending time with friends and family.
Lena Hoover Office Manager
BioLena is one of our front desk administrative staff as well as our office manager. She has been with us since January of 2009. You will find she is always smiling and ready to make your visit a pleasant one. Lena manages the daily operation of our clinic and handles all MVA, WSIB, DVA and extended health billing for our clinic. She can assist you in scheduling your appointments or answering any questions concerning billing of insurance companies and services offered at our clinic. Lena grew up and attended school in Bancroft. She now lives in the hamlet of Lakefield with her husband and two sons. Previous to working at FreeFlo Physiotherapy, she owned and operated a private home daycare for eight years. When not working, Lena spends most of her leisure time watching her boys partake locally in several sports. She also enjoys camping, gardening, reading, photography and spending time with friends and family.
Susan Lloyd Reception
Norma Chandler Reception
Shae-Lyn Burnett Reception
Alyson Bimm Reception
Alyson is one of our front desk administrative staff. She became part of the Free-Flo team in February 2016. She completed high school at Lakefield Secondary School, also completing her cooperative education hours here at FreeFlo. Alyson is currently enrolled in the paramedic program at Fleming College starting in September 2016 and has already completed the General Health Science program at Fleming in the 2015/2016 school year. She is a happy, easy-going, and friendly individual who is happy to help in any way she can. In her free time, Alyson enjoys being outdoors, fishing, camping, being at the farm, and also enjoys staying active.
Brent Miller RMT
|Brent graduated from the Sir Sandford Fleming Massage Therapy program in 1998.Since graduating, he has: worked in Toronto and Peterborough in several multidisciplinary clinics, taught RMT workshops, and sat on the board of directors of the Ontario Massage Therapist Association as a director and Vice-President. He has been the team massage therapist for the Peterborough Lakers of Major Series Lacrosse since 2002, and is the Massage Therapy Technologist for the Massage Therapy program at Fleming College in Peterborough.Brent integrates a variety of different modalities into his treatments including traditional massage techniques, Active Soft Tissue Manipulation, Dynamic Taping© and a array of stretching techniques. He enjoys treating a variety of clients wanting to achieve greater health and wellbeing. Growing up in Peterborough, Brent was actively involved in many sports including: soccer, basketball, hockey, rugby, judo and cycling. When he isn’t working he enjoys camping and spending time with his wife and two children, and their two dogs.|
Victoria Chamberlain RMT
FreeFlo Physiotherapy is pleased to announce a new member to our team. We welcome Tori Chamberlain RMT and she is currently accepting new patients.
Tori has been a registered massage therapist since 2014. She maintains a fresh and eager outlook towards Massage Therapy. Tori continuously strives to improve her skillset in order to provide the most optimal treatment possible for each individual client. She comes to us each day from one of our distant neighbouring towns, Madoc, where she enjoys living in a close nit community of family and friends.
In her time outside of massaging, Tori enjoys being outdoors, helping her husband on his family farm, along with participating in recreational sports.