Huron Crossing Physiotherapy is located in Kitchener, Ontario and was founded in 2018 by Kyler Campeau and Steve Brown. Our mission is to provide high quality, evidence-based physiotherapy care, while providing an exceptional client experience to our greater Kitchener-Waterloo community. Our therapists are dedicated to regular post-graduate education that allows for the most advanced and supported treatment approaches available. With our client-centred and one-on-one approach, we strive to assist you in achieving pain relief or reaching your functional goals.
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Meet the Team at Huron Crossing Physiotherapy
MSc.PT, FCAMPT, IDN, CAFCI, TPI Certified
Physiotherapist, Clinic Owner
Steve graduated from York University with an Honours degree in Kinesiology. He then went onto the University of Toronto to obtain his Masters in Physiotherapy. He received his Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy from the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, Orthopaedic Division.
Steve worked in Kitchener at a private orthopaedic clinic for 10 years before partnering with Kyler to start their own practice at Huron Crossing Physiotherapy.
Steve has also completed courses in Vestibular Rehabilitation, acupuncture, integrated dry needling, Mulligan mobilizations, mobilization of the nervous system and rehabilitation of golf related injuries.
Steve successfully obtained his CAFCI certification in acupuncture and Integrated Dry Needling. His clinical areas of special interest include the shoulder, elbow, ankle and Vertigo.
Steve enjoys playing volleyball, ultimate frisbee and is an avid golfer in the summer.
MPT, TPI Certified
Physiotherapist, Clinic Owner
Kyler graduated from Brock University with an Honours degree in Kinesiology and then completed his Masters in Physiotherapy at Western University. He has completed additional post-graduate training in Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy with the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
Kyler has completed additional courses in concussion rehabilitation, acupuncture, integrated dry Needling, Mulligan mobilizations and rehabilitation of golf related injuries. Kyler is TPI Certified and Certified in dry needling. While he enjoys treating a variety of injuries and conditions, he has special interests in injuries associated with running, cycling and other endurance sports.
Kyler is an avid cyclist, and also enjoys golf, running, and rowing.
Amy has been a registered massage therapist for over ten years. She is a graduate from the D’Arcy Lane College of Massage Therapy in London, Ontario. She obtained her registration with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario in 2006 and is a member of the Registered Massage Therapists’ Association of Ontario. She continued her education to become Certified in Acupuncture, cupping, and is a Registered Reflexology Practitioner.
As a Registered Massage Therapist, Amy specializes in therapeutic massage and pain management. She ensures that her clients receive the most benefit from their treatments by creating individual treatment plans and empowering them to take control of their own health and well-being.
Amy has become renowned for the quality of treatment she provides and has proven herself in the community as a reputable leader in her field. Amy has volunteered on various medical teams for curling events, including Masters of Curling and Road to the Roar. For five years, she also volunteered her time with the Wilfred Laurier Curling Team.
She looks forward to helping you reach your goals and be the best you can be.
Stemming from an interest in both science and sport, Angela graduated from the University of Guelph with a Bachelor of Science Degree (Honours) in Human Kinetics. Finding fascination in understanding the function and biomechanics of the human body she continued her education at the University of Western Ontario obtaining a degree in Pedorthics in 2012, and later that year became a Canadian Certified Pedorthist.
Sports have played a significant role in Angela’s life; she competed globally as a professional triathlete, competed as part of the University of Guelph varsity swim team, as well as found a passion for distance running. Now with residual swim-bike and run speed, she competes at an amateur level in triathlon. In 2018 Angela competed at the Ironman World Championships and continues to enjoy her love for endurance sports. It’s not unusual for you to spot her running or riding on local routes. Sports have given her an appreciation for movement and a better understanding of the bodies ability to perform.
A Canadian Certified Pedorthist is an expert in designing, fitting and modifying custom-made foot orthotics and footwear.