Ana Whelan is the owner of Newcastle Village Physiotherapy since the clinic was established in 2006. Ana began her education at Queen’s University where she completed a Bachelor of Physical and Health Education and Bachelor of Arts degree. She then went on to complete a Bachelor of Health Science in Physiotherapy at McMaster University in 2000. Ana has completed Level 1, 2 and 3 of the CPA’s Manual Therapy Certification program. Recently she has completed her Level 1, 2, and 3 in Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy. She has been working with women who have a variety of issues surrounding pelvic health. She has training specific to those with osteoporosis and training in the prevention of running injuries. Ana is trained in Acupuncture from the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute (AFCI) and has been practicing acupuncture since 2006. Most recently Ana has begun the process to become a certified provider of Lymphatic Drainage Treatments for individuals with Lymphedema. When she is not at the clinic, Ana is likely working out with weights, curling or on the sidelines cheering while her 3 sons compete in basketball, football, soccer, or curling matches.
Christina Roy has been a part of the Newcastle Village Physiotherapy team for the past 5 years. Christina completed an Honours BA in Kinesiology and Physical Education from Wilfrid Laurier University in 2008. She went on to attend Queen’s University and completed her Master of Science in Physical Therapy in 2010. Since graduating, Christina has completed training in Acupuncture from the AFCI and is also trained in Trigger Point Dry Needling. She has completed the Mackenzie Level A Certification and is currently working through the CPA’s Manual Therapy Levels. When she is not at the clinic, Christina is probably
out for a run or playing field hockey
Marina has been with Newcastle Village Physiotherapy since 2007. Marina plays an integral part to the smooth operation of Newcastle Village Physiotherapy. In addition to administrative tasks, Marina has on the job training to provide physiotherapy support services. Before and after her hours at the clinic, she keeps herself busy by driving school bus. Marina and her husband moved to Newcastle in the spring of 1994 and they enjoy being involved in the local community. In her spare time, she loves to spend time in her garden or try out some new recipes in her kitchen.