MScPT, Acupuncturist CMAG 2013
Erica, the founder of Georgian Sports Medicine and Physiotherapy graduated from Brock University in 2011 with a degree in Kinesiology as well as McMaster University in 2013 with a Master's of Science concentration Physiotherapy. Since this time she has taken numerous post graduate courses resulting in multiple certifications. She is a Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Graduate, she has her Level II Manipulative Physiotherapy levels as well as additional concussion management training. She is GLA:D Canada (Goodlife Living with Osteoarthritis: Denmark) certified and has just completed a course in Pelvic Floor physiotherapy.
Erica participates in student physiotherapy training as well as training provide by ROMP which helps educate prospective physicians about physiotherapy and how it further assists patients in restorative, preventative and rehabilitation physical growth and management.
Erica takes special interest in Osteoarthritis, headache management, pediatrics and sports injuries to name a few.
Erica was born and raised here in Penetanguishene, as such she enjoys helping people within our community achieve there physical well-being goals. Outside of work Erica enjoys hanging out with her family and friends boating, snowmobiling, hiking and playing outside at their farm throughout all seasons of the year!
Dr. Andrea Jones
Medical Doctor, CCFP, FCFPC, EM, SEM
Dr Jones, co-founder of Georgian Sports Medicine and Physiotherapy, is a displaced Nova Scotian, she and her family moved to the Midland area after completing residency at the University of Western Ontario where she developed a passion for Emergency and Sport Medicine. She continues to provide Emergency Department coverage at Georgian Bay General Hospital as well as act as the lead physician at Georgian Sport Medicine and Physiotherapy. She is an avid tennis player and enjoys an active outdoor lifestyle. She has 4 children, 3 of whom are national level athletes in their own right. The 4th is soon to follow!
Dr Jones is the team physician for Hockey Canada U-18 National Women’s program, the National Ball Hockey Association senior and Junior Program, Penetang Kings Junior C hockey team, Penetang Minor Hockey Association and multiple local sporting organizations. She has provided event coverage for PanAm Games, World championships and many local events. She is a member of CASEM and enjoys teaching sport medicine and emergency medicine residents in her practice.
Dr Jones takes pride in looking at each individual as an athlete with unique needs and goals. She uses advanced techniques in diagnosis and treatment including musculoskeletal ultrasound and has a particular interest in ultrasound guided interventions and injections with cortisone, PRP and hyaluronic acid.
**Cannot be booked online. Please call 705-245-3330 for more information. Please note we do require a family physician referral or equivalent**
Dr. Bill Cameron, Chiropractor
Dr. Bill Cameron is the founder of the Pain and Injury Clinic here in Midland. He has had the opportunity to work and travel internationally practicing as a Chiropractor in Canada, Australia and New Zealand over the last 23 years.
His educational background includes a BSc. in Kinesiology, at Waterloo University and a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto in 1997. He is also certified in the Functional Range Technique. Dr. Cameron has over 20 years of experience in the areas of sports injuries management, exercise prescription, rehabilitation, occupational ergonomics and Chiropractic practice. He also has taken additional training in Neurology.
Dr. Cameron is originally from Wingham Ontario a small town. He relocated his family to Midland mainly for its familiar small town lifestyle. He enjoys an abundance of outdoor recreational activities including mountain biking & skiing.
Dr. Cameron looks forward to serving his community and patients for all their healthcare needs.
Registered Physiotherapist BA.Kin/PE, MScPT, MCPA
Julie returned to her hometown of Midland in 2003 after graduating from the University of Toronto with her master's degree in Physiotherapy. Since that time she has practiced in hospital, retirement, long-term care, community/aquatic and clinical settings. She has participated as a part-time faculty member and remains active as an examiner with the School of Health and Wellness with Georgian College. Her passion for aquatic therapy often brings her to community/private pools in addition to providing mobile in-home and clinical care. Ongoing professional development is of great importance within each area of her practice.
Julie and her husband David enjoy; travel, physical fitness, stand-up paddle boarding, boating, motorcycling, snowmobiling, snowshoeing and skiing. Their 3 year-old chihuahua "Rita" is often an active participant!
Logan graduated from Memorial University of Newfoundland with a Bachelor of Recreation - Outdoor Therapy in 2017. She received her Master of Science in Physiotherapy from Queen’s University in 2019. Logan currently splits her time as a physiotherapist between orthopaedic clients at Georgian Sports Medicine and Physiotherapy and acute care patients at Georgian Bay General Hospital. She is passionate about the role of physical activity in maintaining health across one’s lifespan. Logan uses a combination of goal-focused exercise therapy, manual techniques, education and pain-relief modalities in her practice.
Logan is a born-and-bred Newfoundlander, recently relocated to the beautiful Georgian Bay with her physician spouse. She’s an avid outdoors-person and previously worked as a snowboarding/skiing instructor, river trip guide and kayaking/canoe instructor. In her spare time she powerlifts in her new home gym and paints local landscapes.
Tracey graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science Kinesiology (Hon). She then went on to complete her Master of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Western in 2012. Since then Tracey has been completing post-graduate courses in manual therapy, acupuncture, soft tissue, and taping.
Tracey is a Midland native, she is an avid 5-pin bowler, plays basketball, baseball, and volleyball. She uses her athletic experience as well as her continuing education to optimize treatment for her patients.
Rachel graduated from the University of Guelph-Humber with a Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology and became a Registered Kinesiologist in 2018. Rachel has worked in various clinical settings throughout the GTA however decided to head back north to work in her hometown. Rachel enjoys working with all individuals and assisting them in becoming the best and healthiest versions of themselves.
Recently, Rachel became GLA:D Canada (Goodlife Living with Osteoarthritis: Denmark) certified and is running classes in the community to help people increase their strength and mobility. She is also certified in measuring and fitting for custom and off the shelf braces. She has also teamed up with Team Canada’s ball hockey team to create workout routines to prepare them for upcoming competitions.
Outside of her clinic time Rachel enjoys spending time with her friends and family and hanging out at her family cottage. She loves all sports and mostly partakes in ball hockey, golfing, hiking and wakeboarding throughout the summer and hockey and snowboarding during the winter time.
Registered Massage Therapist
Kayleigh has been practicing as a Registered Massage Therapist for over 10 years. Over that time, she’s found that deep tissue/sport massage is what she does best. She really enjoys prenatal massage as well and has the proper pillowing that allows mom to feel comfortable lying on her stomach, and peace of mind knowing baby is safe.
In addition to deep tissue and prenatal treatments, Kayleigh can help you with lymphatic drainage, trigger point therapy, assisted stretching, and relaxation.
She recently completed her yoga teacher training and looks forward to combining her in depth knowledge of anatomy with restorative yoga classes; assisting clients in poses best suited to their own individual injuries/complaints.
She’s excited to work with you, whether it’s to assist in your rehab or help you to relax.