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  • Post Concussion Syndrome

  • Sports Injuries

  • Running Injuries

  • Post-Operative Rehabilitation

  • Post-Fracture Rehabilitation

  • Osteoarthritis

  • Headaches

  • Urinary Incontinence

  • Intercourse Pain

  • Low Back Pain

  • Mid-Back Pain

  • Neck Pain

  • SI Joint Pain

  • Shoulder Pain

  • Hip Pain

  • Jaw (TMJ) Pain

  • Pelvic Pain

  • Pelvic Prolapse

  • Knee Pain

  • Foot & Ankle Pain

  • Wrist & Hand Pain

  • Ligament Sprains & Muscle Strains

  • Tennis Elbow

  • Golfers Elbow

  • Tendonitis

  • Rectus Diastasis

  • Pre & Post Natal


Regardless of how active or inactive your lifestyle is, we are here to help you become better. Our physiotherapists utilize a hands-on, one-on-one approach to get to the root cause of your movement or pain issues. Amazing therapy, amazing experience.

Covered by Extended Health Care Insurance



Covered by Extended Health Care Insurance


Talk to our physiotherapy experts in Waterloo about your neck, back, knee, shoulder (or any injury) and get back to doing what you love…pain-free.

Everyday, We Help People Just Like You To Feel Their Best Again

Justin Brooks
Justin BrooksPartner, Director of Training, Registered Physiotherapist

Justin graduated from Queen’s University with a Masters of Physical Therapy and from the University of Waterloo with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. Justin has obtained a variety of certifications since graduation, including AFCI Acupuncture, Active Release Technique (ART) Lower Extremity, and OHA Development 1 Coaching. He is also certified as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA) and Precision Nutrition Coach. Justin brings both practical knowledge and a scientific approach to the DEPTH Training team to ensure his athletes and clients are well trained, both physically and mentally. Justin emphasizes dynamic movement techniques with the proper execution of strength and power exercises, to develop efficient athletes capable of high level performance while minimizing injury risk. Away from DEPTH, Justin enjoys reading about training, rehab, and nutrition, spending quality time with the important people in his life, and finding ways to challenge his boundaries and stimulate personal growth.

Mike Laidley
Mike LaidleyPartner, Director of Rehabilitation, Registered Physiotherapist

Mike graduated from Queen’s University with a Masters of Physical Therapy and from the University of Western Ontario with a Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology. Mike has completed several courses since graduation, including Concussion Management, Manual Therapy, Active Release Technique, and Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Certification from McMaster University. His approach to treatment incorporates the use of Manual Therapy, specialized exercise, Active Release Techniques (ART), and Contemporary Medical Acupuncture. Mike has worked extensively with amateur and elite athletes, including NHL, AHL, OHL, and other professional leagues. With an understanding of the functional demands of hockey and training, Mike uses his physiotherapy approach to restore adaptive potential, reduce the risk of injury, and maximize athletic performance. Away from DEPTH, Mike enjoys travelling, personal finance, and spending quality time with his wife, kids and Labrador retriever.

Sean Meagher
Sean MeagherClinic Manager, Registered Physiotherapist

Sean graduated from the University of Toronto with a Masters of Physical Therapy and from Brock University with a Bachelors of Kinesiology. Sean further obtained his advanced diploma in Manual and Manipulative Therapy, becoming a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapists (FCAMPT), an internationally recognized qualification in hands-on therapy. Sean’s treatment approach incorporates the use of manual therapy, acupuncture, soft tissue release, and therapeutic exercise in order help his clients achieve their goals. He has a special interest in working with Crossfit athletes helping improve their performance and return to exercise pain free. Away from Depth, Sean can be found in a Crossfit gym or in nature with his wife and basset hound.

Andrew Howie
Andrew HowieRegistered Physiotherapist

Andrew graduated from McMaster University with a Masters of Physiotherapy (2013) and from The University of Western Ontario with a Bachelors of Arts in Kinesiology (2010). Andrew completed several post-graduate courses including: Jr. & Sr. Sports Physiotherapy Fellowships at the Fowler-Kennedy Sports Medicine Clinic, Manual Therapy, Sport Rehabilitation, Concussion Management & Rehabilitation, and Functional Dry Needling. Andrew’s worked with local, amateur and professional sports organizations – Waterloo Siskins Jr. B Hockey (2018-19, 2019-2020), Hockey Canada U18 Women’s Team (2017), OHL’s London Knights (2016-17), Western University’s Varsity Football Team (2015-16), AHL’s Hamilton Bulldogs (Montreal Canadiens’ affiliate) (2013-15). Andrew’s works extensively with age level, U-Sport, NCAA, NLL, OHL, AHL and NHL athletes during their season and respective off-seasons but enjoys working with all levels of active individuals. He uses a variety methods focussing on a functional, biomechanical, and patient-centered approach. Away from DEPTH, Andrew enjoys spending time with his family; playing with his dog, Kona; travelling; hiking; and recently fell in love with triathlon, having completed several Ironman 70.3 races.

Sam Poulin
Sam PoulinRegistered Physiotherapist

Sam graduated from the bilingual program at the University of Ottawa with a Masters of Health Science in Physiotherapy, and previously from Wilfrid Laurier University with an Honours Bachelors of Arts in Kinesiology and Physical Education. Her treatment approach includes manual therapy, Functional Dry Needling, and soft tissue techniques, reinforced with exercise tailored to your specific goals, and emphasizes proper technique and functional movements. She has taken continued education course on Functional Dry Needling (FDN 1), Concussion Management, gymnast specific injury management, manual therapy (Orthopaedic division level 1), and others. In addition to her clinical work, she is a Physiotherapist for Team Canada Cheerleading , and does sports coverage for sporting events as a First Responder. She has a special interest in treating artistic athletes such as gymnasts, cheerleaders, dancers, and circus athletes. She fell in love with the profession through her own experience in athletic rehabilitation while participating in competitive gymnastics and international level cheerleading. She also participated recreationally in sports such as soccer and swimming. Sam’s goal with her clients is to keep them performing at their best and on track for all their athletic and personal goals. She also hopes to better serve the Franco-Ontarian community in the Waterloo Region by providing access French health care. Away from Depth, Sam enjoys progressing her functional fitness, travelling, cooking, and hanging out with her giant dog.

Heather Grant
Heather GrantRegistered Physiotherapist

Heather graduated from Queen Margaret University with a Masters of Physiotherapy, after completing a Bachelor of Honours Science in Kinesiology from the University of Waterloo.

Heather has an extensive knowledge of acute and chronic concussion rehabilitation through many post graduate courses, including vestibular (inner ear) rehabilitation. Whether returning to sport or daily life, Heather takes a functional approach to concussion rehabilitation. Complete concussion recovery goes well beyond symptom resolution, and Heather aims to provide multifaceted approach that meets your goals.

Beyond concussions, Heather enjoys treating injuries from head to toe. She has continued her education in acupuncture, manual therapy and kinesiology taping. In addition, she holds certifications through Bone-Fit and GLA:D Canada for the management of osteoporosis and osteoarthritis.

Heather’s treatment techniques include soft tissue release, exercise prescription, manual therapy, acupuncture, vestibular therapy, and patient education.

As a former varsity distance runner, Heather enjoys running, skiing, travelling, and exploring new hiking trails with her husband and labrador named Skye.

Alexa Giampuzzi
Alexa GiampuzziRegistered Physiotherapist

Alexa graduated from Queen’s University with a Masters of Science in Physiotherapy, after completing a Bachelor of Science with honours in Human Kinetics from the University of Windsor. She has completed several courses since graduating. She is certified in AN-IMS dry needling and has continued education in acupuncture and manual therapy. Alexa played travel hockey for many years which has encouraged a special interest in treating athletes of all kinds. She has personal experience in the rehabilitation process and takes special interest in knee injuries. During her career, Alexa has worked with many athletes varying from recreational to elite levels. Some of her team coverage has included travel soccer, gymnastics, and football. Alexa’s treatment style incorporates specialized exercises, manual therapy, dry needling, and education in order to help her clients achieve their goals. Whether its taking control of their health and fitness, returning to sport, or improving their performance, Alexa takes a patient-centred approach in developing a treatment plan with her clients.
Away from Depth, Alexa enjoys rock climbing, snowboarding, hiking, cooking and football Sundays.

Sarah Medeiros
Sarah MedeirosRegistered Physiotherapist

Sarah graduated from Queen’s University with a Masters of Science in Physiotherapy, after completing an Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology from Brock University. She developed her passion for physiotherapy and sports rehabilitation through her own experiences growing up playing soccer, as an athletic trainer for the U22 Elite Kingston Jr. team, and working alongside sport physiotherapists at Brock University as a student athletic therapist. Sarah’s focus with her clients is to promote recovery through functional movement, manual therapy, and education while providing clients with the tools and knowledge to perform at their best and achieve their personal goals. She is passionate about proactive care to help identify abnormal movement patterns to reduce future injury. Aside from Physiotherapy, Sarah enjoys coaching youth soccer, strength training, baking for others, getting outdoors, and watching the Cincinnati Bengals during the football season.

Jordyn Dickson
Jordyn DicksonRegistered Physiotherapist

Jordyn graduated from Western University with a Masters in Physical Therapy after graduating with a Honours Bachelors of Science in Human Kinetics and Neuroscience from the University of Guelph. Growing up, she underwent various rehabilitation journeys during her time in competitive soccer and volleyball. These experiences sparked her desire to delve into the intricacies of the human body, leading her to pursue a career in physiotherapy. Jordyn’s foundational aspiration is to utilize her knowledge and skills to make a positive impact on the lives of others.

Throughout her time at Western, she developed a passion for pelvic health and believes in the profound impact it can have on overall well-being. She has completed additional training in the assessment and rehabilitation of various pelvic floor conditions and is dedicated to helping her patients achieve their specific goals through an individualized and holistic approach to patient care.

Beyond pelvic health, Jordyn enjoys treating pediatric patients by integrating play and movement to help build strength, coordination and confidence in little ones. Her goal is to establish a collaborative relationship with both the family and children, fostering a supportive environment for the child’s growth and the attainment of developmental milestones.

Her holistic treatment approach centers around equipping every patient with the information and resources necessary to be actively engaged in their path to recovery and foster sustained health and well-being.

When Jordyn’s not at Depth, you can find her in the gym, on the ski hill, or curled up on the couch crocheting.

Online Treatment Also Available

Although online video treatments aren’t a new service, it may be new to you. And you may have some concerns or questions that need to be answered before you start treatment. Consider our no charge phone consult where you will get all of your questions answered by one of our expert physiotherapists to determine the best course of action.

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