Clarington Physiotherapy Health and Wellness Centre

Registered Physiotherapists Monica Kelly, Brody Langlois and Jez Suyom from Clarington Physiotherapy Health and Wellness Centre are kindly joining us onsite for the day during the tournament. Monica completed her Physiotherapy degree at Queen’s University in 2001 and has worked in private practice for 22 years. She has a strong interest in Sports rehabilitation. She was the head therapist at the Royal Military College covering all varsity sports including hockey, rugby, soccer, volleyball, basketball, and more. She was also the head therapist for the Kingston Rugby Club for many years. She has worked as a therapist at many sporting events including the Ontario Summer Games and the Canada Winter Games. She has completed numerous post graduate courses in manual therapy, soft tissue release, fascial manipulation, acupuncture, sports injuries, therapeutic and athletic taping, and much more.

Brody Langlois is a graduate of the Queen’s University Masters of Science in Physical Therapy program. Prior, he completed a Bachelor of Science honors specialization in Kinesiology at the University of Western Ontario, where he graduated on the Dean’s honour list. He has a strong interest in sports therapy. His focus for physiotherapy is on using hands-on techniques, including soft tissue release, manual therapy, and exercise, to promote normal function. He has worked with several athletes from different sports including dance, gymnastics, soccer, football, hockey, and more. Originally from the Ottawa Valley, Brody moved to the Durham region in 2015. Brody is an avid snowboarder and curler in the winter, as well as a scuba diver in the summer!

Jez is a compassionate and knowledgeable physiotherapist who holds a Bachelor of Health Science degree in Kinesiology from Ontario Tech University as well as a Master of Science degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Toronto. Jez works in the field of outpatient orthopaedics and enjoys working with patients of all ages and abilities. He is working towards developing his professional skills in pain science, manual therapy, McKenzie & Mulligan concept, strength & conditioning, and acupuncture. Jez follows a treatment approach that is client-centred and evidence-based. He delivers this through a combination of education, manual therapy, and therapeutic exercise. Jez also understands the power of therapeutic alliance and its impact on health outcomes. He strives to ensure his clients leave his session feeling more assured and confident in their journey to recovery. In his spare time Jez enjoys being active, reading, and spending time with family and friends. 

Clarington Physiotherapy Health and Wellness Centre has generously offered their services to our players on-site at Callahan for Kids since 2016. Visit their website for further information and stop by their tents if you need physio, chiro, massage or just to say hello!

Eco Water Bowmanville

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Eco Water has generously provided unlimited free water bottles to keep our players hydrated at Callahan for Kids since 2016

Lowlands Fire Food

Lowlands Fire Food is a mobile wood fire pizza company, cooking up organic sourdough pizzas with locally farmed toppings and baked in just 3 minutes! They will be on-site during the tournament. Visit their website to learn more.