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Megan Doyle

Registered Physiotherapist

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Hello, I’m Megan Doyle. I have been a practicing Physiotherapist since 2007. Prior to opening Radiance Physiotherapy, I was the Co-Director of Rehabilitation at War Memorial Hospital in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan.

I received my Master of Physical Therapy and post-professional Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. I also received pelvic floor training from Herman and Wallace Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation Institute and have been performing women's and men's health for over 12 years.

Pelvic floor dysfunction is a common problem in both males and females, but many who suffer with this condition go untreated, often due to embarrassment. I am committed to providing a professionally discrete and comfortable setting for my clients. My goal is to help each individual develop an understanding of their condition and maximize their ability to independently self-manage their treatment program.

Beyond pelvic floor rehabilitation, I have a passion for providing orthopedic rehabilitation, and often these types of rehab go hand in hand.

Outside of work, I am married, have two children, two stepchildren, three dogs, and love life here in Sault Ste. Marie.

I love working with people- I love developing individualized plans to help clients achieve goals that are meaningful to them.  This is why I am in the physiotherapy profession, and I can't wait to work with you to improve your function, mobility, and quality of life.

Jennifer Entwistle

Registered Physiotherapist

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Hello, I am Jennifer Entwistle, Registered Physiotherapist. My passion is health, wellness and movement. My goal as a practitioner is to help you achieve your goals in these areas, so you can thrive during your life adventures.

I value education; I obtained my professional Masters in Physical Therapy form Western University in 2006, and a Masters in Clinical Sciences in Manual Therapy, and FCAMPT designation in 2014. Recently, I have consumed a lot of literature on women’s health and the influence of female physiology during exercise, training and rehabilitation. I am currently enrolled in York University’s Professional Health Coaching Certification Program.

I value a client centered approach; no two clients ever receive the exact same plan. I use a variety of modalities to assist in goal attainment. I have training in advanced manual therapy, different movement systems, including the Selective Functional Movement System, SFMA, Functional Dry Needling, and yoga teacher training.

As I said, my passion is movement. Outside of the clinic I can usually be found - outside! Playing one of my son’s favorite sports or recharging my own batteries by cycling, running (over any terrain, or in my basement), strength training or doing some yoga and mobility work. If you enjoy competition, I love that too! I have participated in the Boston Marathon on a few occasions, triathlons in all distances. I qualified for the Ironman World Championships a while back!