DR. AMANDA SCIONE
Dr. Amanda was born and raised in Ancaster Ontario where she developed an interest in athletics and wellness at a young age. In the early years she was a dancer but then traded in her ballet slippers for some basketball sneakers. She played elite levels of basketball, soccer, and track. Her underlying passion for hockey is evident in her patient population as she takes a special interest in performance treatment of hockey players in the GTA. She has also been on the WTA tour treating a top 10 professional tennis player.
She became a Doctor of Chiropractic in 2014 from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. Prior to that she obtained her Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology at McMaster University. Here she developed the strength and conditioning programs and was the student therapist to the Woman’s Varsity Soccer Team. She also has 12 years of experience as a personal trainer. As a result, exercise prescription is a large part of her treatment approach.
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HOPE JERVIS RADEMEYER
Hope comes from Hamilton, Ontario after returning from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, where she lived for a number of years. She played competitive rugby and enjoyed refereeing at different levels as well. In Saskatchewan, she rediscovered her love for running. She has coached runners from 10k to marathon and has been a regular guest speaker at the Running Room since 2013. She enjoys running ultramarathons across Canada and the United States. Yes, she has run 100 miles.
Hope graduated from the Master of Physical Therapy program at the University of Saskatchewan in 2017 and moved back East to start a PhD in Rehabilitation Sciences with a Collaborative Specialization in Neuroscience. At the University of Toronto, she is investigating the use of technology to complement traditional therapy for people with spinal cord injury or disease. Alongside her studies, she has practiced as a physical therapist in private practice with a focus on athletes.
She uses a wide range of techniques in her treatment including, fascial work, cupping, myofascial release tools, joint mobilization, acupuncture, and exercise prescription. Hope also offers running mechanics assessmements, shoe analysis, and runnning programs.
Joshua was born and raised in Mississauga Ontario but has recently moved to the Hamilton area. Growing up he played elite level baseball and through to his university and college years. His passion for Baseball is present in his clinical focus of the treatment rotator cuff and shoulder injuries. His greatest passion is providing care to those individuals who have experienced setbacks to any degree within their sport, discipline and daily life.
He became an RMT in 2014 with the College of Massage Therapist of Ontario and prior to that obtained his Advanced Diploma in Fitness and Health Promotions through Humber college, with Kinesiology Theory studied at York University. Josh also completed his Neurofunctional Acupuncture through McMaster University in 2016.
Some highlights of his career so far include Team Massage Therapist for the CWHL’s 2016/17 Toronto Furies, Lead Instructor at CCMH & Mohawk College, Event Massage Therapist 2017 CWBL Woman’s Nathional Championship, Event Massage Therapist OFSAA 2017 Wrestling Championship, Team Massage Therapist for the 2016 National Ontario Junior Wheelchair Basketball Team, Athlete Medical for the 2016 Ontario Summer Games, Athlete Medical for the 2015 Toronto PanAm/ParaPanAm Games and Event Sport Massage Therapist for the 2015 Canadian Master’s Swimming Championship.
He knows that no one-single approach to treatment is right for everyone, and is continually working to improve his craft. He is constantly seeking out new skills and working to refine his current approaches to treatment.