Physiotherapist Clinic in Orleans, ON

At Trinity Physio, our aim is to provide effective, accessible physiotherapy services for Orleans and East Ottawa. Our physiotherapists are passionate about helping our clients be as fit, mobile, and pain-free as possible through manual treatments, therapeutic modalities, and custom-made home exercise programs.

We look at our clients from a whole-body,
whole-person perspective.

Understanding the story of the injury requires understanding the story of the person. The art in our physical therapy is grounded in our ability to uncover causation, rather than simply looking at or treating the symptoms.

We believe in real science and real medicine.

We are dedicated to lifelong learning, continually seeking to improve our knowledge, experience, and skills. Our knowledgeable physiotherapists in Orleans are fully accredited and certified, drawing from new skills and techniques as the world of physiotherapy develops. Ongoing education means that we are able to deliver treatments and techniques found at only the best clinics.

We don’t treat injuries. We treat people.

At Trinity Physio, we take the time to actively listen and connect with our clients, always take their concerns seriously, and we always treat with a foundation of kindness. We believe this is the basis for true healing.

Care. Excellence. Results.


Meet Andrew

Andrew is a Registered Physiotherapist and is a member of the Orthopaedic division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA). He graduated from the University of Toronto with a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy after receiving a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Science from the University of Ottawa.

Andrew is experienced in working with a wide spectrum of clients with varying musculoskeletal, orthopedic and neurological injuries and conditions, and is involved in continuing education and professional development. He is also eager to develop his skills in knowledge translation and has volunteered his time as a clinical skills lab assistant for physiotherapy students at the University of Toronto.

Meet Sabrina

Sabrina is a Registered Physiotherapist who completed a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Toronto. Prior to this, she graduated from the University of Ottawa with a Bachelors of Science in Human Kinetics. She speaks English and French fluently.

Sabrina began her career working as an Orthopedic Physiotherapist, developing her expertise in Manual Therapies and Medical Acupuncture. She quickly developed an interest in Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy, and has found her passion in this field. Sabrina is a Certified Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist, specializing in conditions related to pre and post-partum, pelvic pain, pelvic organ prolapse, incontinence, interstitial cystitis, pudendal neuralgia, low back, and hip pain. She also specializes in male-specific conditions, including erectile dysfunction and post-prostatectomy related issues. As well, Sabrina works with the pediatric population, helping with conditions such as enuresis and constipation. 

Sabrina strongly believes in employing a caring, individualized, and evidenced-based approach to help her clients achieve their goals. She is continuously attending conferences and specialized courses in Pelvic Health, and looks forward to working with her patients every day.

Meet Julie

Julie is a bilingual Physiotherapist who graduated from the University of Ottawa with a Masters Degree in Physiotherapy in 2015 after completing an Honours Bachelor of Health Sciences in 2013.

She is motivated in getting people better by providing the highest quality of one-on-one care. She has a strong interest in orthopaedic injuries, vestibular rehabilitation as well as management and treatment of concussions. Since graduation, she has pursued various post graduate education to further her knowledge and continue to provide the best care. This includes McKenzie Part A : Lumbar Spine, Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy, Level 1 and Level 2 Upper Quadrant, Level 2 Lower Quadrant for manual therapy. She has also taken a variety of courses for treatment and management of concussions and vestibular rehabilitation such as Shift Concussion for Complex Case Management of Concussions including vestibular-ocular rehabilitation and other courses in the cervical management of concussions. Julie strongly believes that motion is lotion and that individualized treatments combined with manual therapy and exercise prescription that meet the needs of her clients are important. She is motivated and devoted to get people to reach their goals in therapy.

Julie enjoys an active lifestyle. She played competitive soccer for most of her life and now spends her free time cycling and travelling to find new areas to explore and photograph.

Meet Jill

Jill received her Master’s in Physical Therapy from the University of Ottawa and quickly completed additional specialization in pelvic health. A member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and the Women’s Health Division, she has a special interest in pelvic pain, bladder and bowel dysfunction, prolapse and perinatal care, but also has experience treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions and chronic pain.

Jill is passionate about empowering her clients, helping them understand and reconnect with their bodies, and ensuring they have the knowledge and confidence to make the best decisions for their health. She views her clients’ treatment from a holistic perspective, and her treatment approach includes therapeutic exercise, manual therapy and mindfulness to help them achieve their goals.

In her spare time, Jill enjoys hiking, yoga, kayaking, backcountry camping and exploring new places with her partner and her dog, a Boston terrier mix. Jill is fully bilingual and can assist her clients in English or French.

Meet Olivia

Your initial contact will likely be with Olivia. She's the Clinic Manager and keeps things running smoothly at the clinic. She'll be happy to answer any questions or concerns you may have regarding appointment scheduling, determining extended health insurance coverage, payments and billing.

Our services


1Do I need a referral from my doctor?
Physiotherapy is a primary care health profession so no referral is necessary to participate in physiotherapy treatment. However, patients are advised to check the details of their extended health benefits as some plans may require a physician’s referral in order to get treatment costs reimbursed.
2What should I bring/wear to my appointment?
We recommend wearing loose-fitting, comfortable clothing: Shorts, t-shirt, tank tops and sports bras are sufficient. Bring any test reports, physician referrals, or medical documentation if necessary.
3Do you accept extended health insurance?
We are registered to directly bill online with most insurance companies. Please note, individual plans may vary. Bring your insurance information with you and we can help determine if your plan is eligible for direct billing. If we are unable to bill directly, we will provide you with an official receipt at the end of each appointment and can help you with the claims process.
4What will my appointments look like?
At your initial visit, your physiotherapist will interview you followed by a thorough evaluation. This will be directly followed by treatment so you can immediately benefit from your experience. Treatment can vary depending on the type of injury that you are presenting with. It may involve education on your injury and how to optimize recovery, manual therapy (hands-on treatment), modalities (e.g. ultrasound treatment, TENS), and an exercise program.
5How long are the appointments?
Your initial assessment is one-on-one with your therapist and lasts approximately 60 minutes. Additional treatment appointments will consist of one-on-one treatment sessions with your therapist lasting approximately 30 minutes.
6How many visits will I need?
Everyone is different and treatment plans will vary. You may need only a few visits or you may need weeks or months of care. It depends on your injury, the severity of your symptoms, your past medical history, etc. At the completion of your first visit your therapist will be able to better determine the number and frequency of visits needed.

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6008 Voyageur Drive
Orleans, ON K1C 2K1
Tel: 613-255-5232
Fax: 613-255-5233

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