Nicole

Nicole has a Bachelor of Kinesiology from Memorial University and completed her Masters of Physiotherapy from Dalhousie in 2011. She is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) and is registered with the Newfoundland and Labrador College of Physiotherapists. Nicole has completed her Manual Therapy levels 1-3 and has additional training in acupuncture.

Nicole values an active approach to treatment, with a focus on educating the client to gain self management techniques and understand their condition. She pairs this with manual therapy and modalities for a well rounded approach to treatment.

As a special interest Nicole has developed Seniors programs and educated retirement groups in the community. She enjoys her work in the clinic as well as Home Physiotherapy visits for those with mobility issues.

Nicole has been involved in gymnastics and cheerleading as an athlete, coach and judge. She has a passion for helping others and is still involved in coaching with Special Olympics Mount Pearl’s Rhythmic Gymnastics Program.

In her spare time Nicole can be found hiking the trails with her energetic dog, or spending time relaxing with her family.

Renelle Aumont, RMT

Renelle obtained the Massage Therapy Diploma with Honours in 2013 from Academy Canada. Renelle has been practicing Massage Therapy at Body Quest since 2013. Renelle is a Registered Massage Therapist; she is an active member in good standing with the Newfoundland and Labrador Massage Therapy Association, and the College of Massage Therapy of Newfoundland and Labrador. Renelle’s ability to speak both French and English is an asset when treating clients. Her mission as a therapist is to provide therapeutic massage with professionalism and competence in an effort to cultivate the wellness of both client and self.

Renelle is certified and specializes in visceral manipulation. « Viscera » relates to the internal organs of the body, such as the liver, kidneys and intestines. Visceral Manipulation is a gentle manual therapy that aids your body’s ability to release restrictions that cause pain and dysfunction. Renelle feels for altered or decreased motion within the viscera then applies VM techniques to re-establish the body’s ability to adapt and restore itself to health.

Renelle comes from a sports background and is actively involved in Crossfit. Therefore, Renelle has a personal understanding of the requirements and demands of sports. Her knowledge and training also gives her a strong understanding in repetitive strain injuries and a better understanding of the body’s return to its non-injury state.

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