Megan Stewart CAT(C), R.Kin.
Megan graduated from Sheridan College in 2013 where she played varsity volleyball and treated various sports team including basketball, hockey, football, cheerleading and primarily rugby. In her last year, she completed co-op at the Toronto Athletic Club, which got her in contact with NHL athletes and Olympics medalists. She also became primary therapist to Toronto Scottish Men's rugby which took her to New Zealand and Scotland on club tours.
After graduation, she worked in Ottawa for one year with Algonquin College Varsity, Ontario rugby and Barrhaven Scottish RFC. With the travel bug still lingering from previous trips, she decided to move to Edinburgh, Scotland where she worked with private school Stewart's Melville RFC for two years and local clinics West End Therapies and The Noble Centre.
On her return to Ottawa, she decided to gain more experience with the elderly, working out of Bayfield Long Term care centre in Kemptville with patients living with Alzheimers and Dementia. She now brings this experiences to Keller Active Health and primarily uses education, myofacial trigger point release, stretching techniques, taping and exercise to help her patients achieve balance.
"The more a person knows about how their body handles pain, the better they can change the pain."
***CURRENTLY WORKING WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA GEE-GEES UNTIL SPRING 2020***