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DIRECTIONS:

We are located in Suite 303 of the 63 Glencoe office building. Parking is accessible and there is a ramp and elevator at the back entrance. During weekdays both front back entrances are open; on weekends please enter through the back door.



CANCELLATION POLICY

Triada Health has a 24hr cancellation policy. If an appointment is missed without notification a credit card on file will be required for future bookings. If you require a cancellation within 24hrs, a cancellation fee of 50% or 100% will be applied (practitioner dependent).


CURRENT COVID-19 PROTOCOLS

If you’re sick please reschedule. Masking is encouraged, but not mandatory, during the fall and winter season as COVID cases increase.


Online booking for new patients New patient bookings require a card on file to book online. If you would like to book, but are unable to put a card on file, please contact the clinic at 613-695-1213 or email admin@triadahealthottawa.com if you have questions or need assistance.

Thank for your patience!

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapists work to promote, restore, and maintain mobility, flexibility, and strength using tools such as manual therapy modalities, rehabilitative exercises, and education.
Masking is mandatory with our physiotherapist at this time.


Acupuncture

Acupuncture services are provided by registered Acupuncturists and TCM practitioners (R.Ac or R.TCMP).
Our Acupuncturist are:
* Registered with the CTCMPAO (College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturist of Ontario)
* Trained under the highest standard ( 4 year Master level program)


Chiropractic

Chiropractors are doctors who focus on neuromusculoskeleal conditions (conditions or injuries relating to the nerves, joints, and muscles). Chiropractors use a number or techniques to address these problems. Hands on, or manual, adjustments are just one of the many techniques that may be used in your care. At Triada Health, we also use instrument assisted adjusting techniques, soft tissue t... Read More

Chiropractors are doctors who focus on neuromusculoskeleal conditions (conditions or injuries relating to the nerves, joints, and muscles).

Chiropractors use a number or techniques to address these problems. Hands on, or manual, adjustments are just one of the many techniques that may be used in your care. At Triada Health, we also use instrument assisted adjusting techniques, soft tissue techniques like Graston © and Myofascial Release Technique, vibration, therapeutic ultrasound, Interferential current (IFC), rehab and exercise therapy, and kinesiology tape. Any combination of these things could be used in your care depending on the issue and your preferences.


Massage Therapy

We work diligently to bring you the pain and stress relief you deserve. Our massage therapists are highly trained to support you on your journey to recovery! Massage can also assist with migraines, frozen shoulder, disc degeneration, TMJ, pre & post surgical procedures, as well as pre & post natal care.


Facial Acupuncture

Facial cosmetic acupuncture Rejuvenate your appearance naturally with a gentle lift and softening of the face. INCLUDES: Facial cupping (boosts lymphatic drainage & circulation) | Whole-body acupuncture (for imbalances contributing to premature aging) | Facial acupuncture (focus collagen to weakened areas | Essential oil hot towel treatment Total treatment time is approximatel... Read More

Facial cosmetic acupuncture

Rejuvenate your appearance naturally with a gentle lift and softening of the face.

INCLUDES:
Facial cupping (boosts lymphatic drainage & circulation) | Whole-body acupuncture (for imbalances contributing to premature aging) | Facial acupuncture (focus collagen to weakened areas | Essential oil hot towel treatment
Total treatment time is approximately 75 mins


Naturopathic Medicine

Naturopathic Doctors (ND) use a whole-body approach, focusing on minimizing disease and improving overall wellness. Treatments generally include: - Comprehensive patient intake & assessment - Dietary and lifestyle counselling - Nutritional supplements & natural health products - Advanced functional lab & diagnostic testing Dr. Knee supports individuals with a wide variety of health co... Read More

Naturopathic Doctors (ND) use a whole-body approach, focusing on minimizing disease and improving overall wellness.

Treatments generally include:
- Comprehensive patient intake & assessment
- Dietary and lifestyle counselling
- Nutritional supplements & natural health products
- Advanced functional lab & diagnostic testing

Dr. Knee supports individuals with a wide variety of health concerns, often with the goal to improve digestive health, balance hormones, boost energy, and reduce stress. He focuses on addressing underlying causes of dysfunction and removing barriers to allow individuals to live a healthy, active, and sustainable lifestyle.

Dr. Courteney Werner, DC was accepted to study at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) after three years of study at the University of Toronto with exceptional academic results. This early acceptance accelerated her on her path to becoming a chiropractor. After four additional years of study at CMCC, she graduated with clinic honors in 2015. While in school, she completed clinical internships with Sherbourne Health Centre, the CMCC campus clinic, and with Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto.   A life-long chiropractic patient herself, Dr. Werner is an advocate of wellness care. Her personal experience with chiropractic has also encouraged a particular passion for prenatal and pediatric health. It is with this in mind that she became certified in Webster technique; a chiropractic technique often associated with expectant mothers.  

On the other end of the spectrum, Dr. Werner had the privilege to work as an intern in the spinal stenosis clinic at the prestigious Mount Sinai Hospital. It was here that she came to truly appreciate the impact chiropractic care and proper exercise could have on geriatric patients’ mobility and quality of life.   It is Dr. Werner’s vision to be able to help people in all stages of life get and stay healthy and mobile. It is her philosophy that it is never too late or too early to take one’s health seriously and invest in oneself.

Dr. Courteney Werner, DC was accepted to study at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMC... Read More

I first took an interest in Chiropractic at the age of 17. I had been working in at McCullough’s Feed and Seed store in Lanark, slugging feedbags. I was a strong adolescent, and though it sure wasn’t proper lifting technique I liked to impress the farmers by picking up feedbags without bending my legs, lifting them over my head, and flinging them to the front of their truck. The bags weighed up to 100lbs each and, as fun as this was, a few months of lifting improperly ground me down.

I found out that physics will grind down even the strongest individual if they don’t respect gravity and attempt to move through it efficiently. I was hobbled, I had to drag the bags to the tailgate and there was no ability to throw left in me. I was badly bent over, I had to put both hands on my knees to look at the clock and see if it was almost time to go home. My employer was a kind man and father to my best friend. He said “Andrew you have to do something, this job is killing you.” I didn’t know what to do, I felt that if I was given medication it would just cover up what was going on and not fix anything. So my employer suggested I try Chiropractic. I wasn’t too sure, my parents at that time were pretty skeptical of Chiropractic. But then I remembered my grandfather Bell swore by them and enjoyed getting adjusted, though he referred to his Doctor of Chiropractic as the “bone bender”.

I took the rest of the day off, and met with the chiropractor in Perth. He examined me thoroughly, and showed me what I had done to myself. He was happy to tell me I was in the right place, and that he could help me by restoring normal motion and position to the vertebra of my spine. He took time to educate me, and explained that these subluxations were affecting my brain’s ability to send and receive impulses to and from the rest of my body. I responded quickly to the adjustments, and felt great relief within the first weeks. We continued to adjust and correct my spine’s motion over the following months, I felt better than I could remember feeling. I then decided I needed to become a Chiropractor, and share this experience with others.

Preferred Techniques

My moto is to first help end needless suffering. I try to adopt each patients goals and help them reach those but will also show them the light of wellness chiropractic should they wish to make chiropractic a lifestyle as my family and I have. I treat all ages, and in some cases have treated 4 generations of the same family. It is very rewarding to work with people like this who really get the concept of how life can be with a well maintained, supple and aligned spine. It is so much more than the presence or absence of pain.

My preferred techniques for adjusting are Thompson which is a full spine assessment and correction protocol, Diversified and Activator. I am also trained in Gonstead which uses the x-ray technique to discern the status of the spine prior to treatment and rule out contraindications to adjustments, flexion distraction, sacral occipital technique, upper cervical specific and applied kinesiology.

Education

After graduating from Perth and District Collegiate Institute, I went to undergrad at Ambassador University, in Big Sandy, Texas. My major was a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. Afterwards, I moved to Dallas, Texas and attended Parker College of Chiropractic where I earned my Doctor of Chiropractic in April 2002. I practiced in various clinics in the greater Dallas Area, where I gained a great deal of experience with auto injury and specifically whiplash. Then returned to Canada and have practiced in the greater Ottawa area since 2012.

Enough about me! What’s important is how we can help you!

I first took an interest in Chiropractic at the age of 17. I had been working in at McCullough’s ... Read More

Stefanie completed her degree as a registered Acupuncturist at the International Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Ottawa. She is a registered acupuncturist and active member of the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario.

Stefanie also has a degree as a doctor from the medical school of the Justus Liebig and Heinrich Heine University in Germany, where she received her Ph.D. as well. She worked several years as a doctor in the neurosurgical department.

Stefanie was first introduced to Chinese Medicine when her father – a pediatrician – used acupuncture and Tui Na (Chinese massage) to treat children in his clinic. When working as a medical doctor, she experienced an anesthesiologist using acupuncture. It left a lifelong impression.

Stefanie practices acupuncture with joy and compassion. She is a strong advocate for a therapeutic balance between traditional acupuncture therapies and modern Western Medicine approaches.

“I have always been fascinated by the interaction between the body and mind and the remarkable impact that acupuncture has on the health and well-being of individuals.”

She knows how frustrating sport injuries can be and consequently has a particular interest in the treatment of muscular-skeletal conditions.

Due to her experiences in the neurosurgical field, she is also passionate about emphasizing the treatment of stress-related conditions and neurological disorders.

She firmly believes, that along with treating patients with acupuncture, lifestyle changes are very necessary.

Stefanie completed her degree as a registered Acupuncturist at the International Academy of Tradi... Read More

Veronica Rogovsky graduated from the University of Waterloo with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology Honours Co-op. She then attended McMaster University where she completed a Master of Science degree in Physiotherapy.

Her treatment approach encompasses a combination of manual therapy techniques, exercise prescription, education, and suction cupping. Veronica has always had a passion for helping others, as demonstrated in her well-structured treatment plans. She focuses on client-centered care and strives to help her patients achieve their goals and their pre-injury level of functioning. Veronica has taken additional courses in Soft Tissue Release, Acupuncture, Suction Cupping, and Neurokinetic Therapy.

Veronica has played over 10 years of provincial level soccer. Through experiencing a variety of injuries herself, she was inspired to pursue a career in physiotherapy. While she continues to play soccer recreationally, she also enjoys playing volleyball, badminton, and cycling. Through her extensive travels and studies, Veronica became fluent in Portuguese and has a good working knowledge of Spanish.

Veronica Rogovsky graduated from the University of Waterloo with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesio... Read More

Sheetal graduated from the International Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Ottawa, with honours. 

Sheetals passion for the health sciences led to her discover the unique benefits of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. She learned and unlearned the numerous ‘right’ and ‘healthy’ ways of approaching health, and wants to share that healing is, in fact, easy. 

Sheetals knowledge and experience can help address a vast variety of your health needs with a special interest in fertility , women’s health, digestion related issues, and psycho-emotional disorders

Whether you are contemplating and approach, are already on an advised path, or just need another set of eyes and ears, she is here to help.

Sheetal is passionate about health and wellness and her treatment approach includes acupuncture, cupping, moxibustion (TCM herbal heat therapy), gua sha, and Chinese dietary therapy.

When she is not treating, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, nature walks, yoga, and cooking up meals of various cuisines!

Your health is as important to me as it is to you.  Health is what you make it and how you make it.

Sheetal is licensed as an R.Ac  with the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario (CTCMPAO)

Sheetal graduated from the International Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Ottawa, with ... Read More

Dr. Christopher Knee is a Naturopathic doctor, clinical researcher, and natural health and wellness expert from Ottawa, Canada. As a member of Triada Health Ottawa, he helps individuals optimize their physical, mental, and emotional health so they can reach a higher level of functioning and reduce their risk of chronic disease. He does this primarily through individualized dietary and lifestyle counseling, nutritional supplementation, natural health products, and advanced functional testing.

Dr. Knee supports individuals with a wide variety of health concerns, often with the goal to improve digestive health, balance hormones, boost energy, and reduce stress. As a Naturopathic doctor, his main focus is on addressing underlying causes of dysfunction, and removing barriers to allow individuals to live a healthy, active, and sustainable lifestyle.

Dr. Knee is originally from Ottawa and completed Bachelor and Master of Science degrees from the University of Guelph in Human Kinetics and Human Biology/Nutritional Sciences, and completed training at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto. He is passionate about evidence-informed practice, patient education, health services research, and advancing our understanding of natural medicines.

He has extensive industry and advisory experience, having worked with various organizations including The Ottawa Hospital, Ottawa Police Service, University of Ottawa Heart Institute, Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors, Valeant Pharmaceuticals, MDS Nordion, and Pfizer Inc. He is currently the head of Medical Education at Fullscript, where he oversees research projects and the development of educational content for practitioners and patients across North America, and acts as a clinical advisor.

Dr. Christopher Knee is a Naturopathic doctor, clinical researcher, and natural health and wellne... Read More

Angèle graduated with honors and received the Algonquin College Massage Therapy Award of Excellence. Subsequently, she continued her education in Ireland to achieve a B.Sc. in Health and Leisure with Massage degree at Munster Technological University expanding on behavioral and wellness health studies, social studies, exercise referral programming, adult learning, and aquatic rehabilitation. Angèle has practical massage experience in chronic pain, rehabilitation, older adults, prenatal, lymphatic drainage, and relaxation massage. She aspires to take further training courses to expand her range of skills and abilities to accommodate the fast-growing and diverse community of Ottawa. She is passionate about assisting people on their paths to wellness through modes of education, holistic modalities, active lifestyles, and ultimately contributing towards a preventative scope of health for a promising future and better quality of life.

Angèle graduated with honors and received the Algonquin College Massage Therapy Award of Excellen... Read More

Tracey Crocker (MS, R.Ac, R.TCMP)

ACUPUNCTURIST, TCM PRACTITIONER

Tracey received her Masters of Science in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine from Daoist Traditions College of Chinese Medical Arts in North Carolina. As a school rooted in the teachings of Classical Chinese Medicine, she was fortunate to study with 88th generation Daoist priest Jeffery Yuen.

Prior to her career in Chinese Medicine, Tracey earned a Bachelors and Masters degree in Biology followed by a decade of research related in global climate change, plant/soil science and toxicology at Duke University. It was during this time that she began to explore holistic therapies for her own health goals, eventually exchanging her lab coat foracupuncture needles and Chinese herbs. She is very passionate in the melding of both eastern and western medicalconcepts in your healing journey!

Interests include women’s health (including menstrual irregularities, fertility, pregnancy, and menopause), pain, anxiety, depression, stress, digestive disorders, and insomnia just to name a few.

Tracey is licensed with the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturist of Ontario (CTCMPAO).

Additional Training:

  • Facial Rejuvenation
  • NADA protocol (addiction/PTSD)
  • Dr. Tan’s Balance method

Tracey Crocker (MS, R.Ac, R.TCMP) ACUPUNCTURIST, TCM PRACTITIONER Tracey received her Masters o... Read More

Alyssa studied Massage Therapy at Lambton College in Sarnia from 2001 to 2004. She worked in London and area for the first 7 years of her career before making the move to the Ottawa area in late 2011. She has mainly worked alongside with Chiropractors, Acupuncturists, MD’s and Physiotherapists, to ensure the best outcome for her clients. Alyssa also works at Algonquin College as a clinical instructor, helping students reach their goals as students and as future RMT’s.

Alyssa’s treatment style ranges from deep tissue to lighter therapeutic work, relaxation-focused treatments and pregnancy massage. She has training in Myofascial Release, Craniosacral therapy, TMJ treatments and has started working with concussion treatments. She has experience working a wide variety of cases, such as headaches, repetitive strain, physical trauma, pre/post surgical care, frozen shoulder and impingement syndrome issues (to name a few). Alyssa uses posture, feedback and special tests as a guide to monitor your progress and as a tool in deciding how to approach your ongoing care.

Alyssa Gregory is a registered member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario and the Registered Massage Therapists Association of Ontario.

Alyssa studied Massage Therapy at Lambton College in Sarnia from 2001 to 2004. She worked in Lond... Read More

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