Dr. Henson received his undergraduate degree from Queen’s University in 1992 and his Doctor of Chiropractic from Chicago in 1995. He has been doing ART since 1998 and is now an ART instructor and part of the Elite Provider Network. He is also certified in Graston Technique, Contemporary Medical Acupuncture, and is a provider and instructor of SpiderTech taping. He has been a consultant for professional athletes from the NFL, NHL, CFL, as well as world class Track and Field focusing on injury recovery and performance enhancement.
Dr. Henson believes in a team approach to rehabilitation. He has hand-selected the Sports Medicine Clinic experts to include top professionals who work together to attain the best results.
Dana graduated with Great Distinction from McGill University in 1998 with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy and was presented with the Canadian Physiotherapy Association Award in recognition of academic excellence. She has worked for the past 10 years in private orthopedic clinics, including two years abroad in Australia where she was honored to be a physiotherapist for the Cronulla Sharks professional rugby league team. The remainder of her career has been spent in the Hamilton / Burlington area, dividing her time between physiotherapist and Regional Clinical Manager for four private clinics.
Dana continues to be committed to continuing excellence and education. She is a McKenzie trained therapist (Levels A & B), completed the Fit Fore Golf ™ course (Levels 1, 2, & 4), and obtained her acupuncture certification through the Contemporary Medical Acupuncture program at McMaster University. Dana is a member in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario and a committed member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
Peter has been in the performance-rehabilitation field for the past ten years and brings with him a vast array of knowledge and experiences to the White Oaks Human Performance Team. Peter obtained a Bachelor of Physical Education in 1997 from Brock University where he first began his sport development career through internships with the Brock hockey and baseball teams. This first hand experience led Peter to Sheridan College where he pursued a post graduate diploma in Athletic Therapy. During his time at Sheridan, Peter worked with many varsity, amateur, national and professional athletes, coaches and teams, and in several prestigious Sport Medicine clinics in and around the Greater Toronto and Niagara Regions.
In 2002 Peter's company, White Oaks Athletic Therapy, was created to bring the very latest research, techniques, and trends in the field of Rehabilitation and Sports Performance to the Niagara Community. During this time Peter has also worked as Assistant Clinical Supervisor at Sheridan College's Sport Medicine Clinic, a lecturer at Niagara College, Head Athletic Therapist and Head Sport Conditioning Coordinator of the Niagara College Knights. Baseball is a passion for Peter, and in 2005 he was appointed as Athletic Therapist for Canada's National Baseball Team. In this capacity he was responsible for the prevention, primary care and rehabilitation of the players. As his role with Baseball Canada continues Peter is involved with the development of the National Senior/Junior Olympic Team players to address their rehabilitative needs. Peter's focus includes youth athlete development and elite athlete development in various sports. Also he will be devoted to meeting the rehabilitation needs of the White Oaks community.
Paul graduated from Brock University in 2004 with an Honours BA in Community Health Studies and was a professors’ assistant for upper 3rd year nutrition courses. Paul graduated from D’Youville College, in Buffalo, New York in 2007 with Magna Cum Laude status and has practiced in both the US and Canada. Paul has worked in various clinical settings with expertise in pre/post surgical clients including full hip and knee replacements. Paul has a special interest in orthopaedic athletic populations, from the weekend warrior, colligate and professional athletes (NFL: Buffalo Bills and CFL players -2011 season). Paul has played many sports in the Niagara Region with baseball, softball and golf as his top sports and sports of interest.
Paul is closely connected with the Niagara Region/Golden Horseshoe and is committed to excel in his profession through continuing education. His most recent achievements have included becoming a TPI Certified Golf Fitness Instructor (CGFI) and a Certified Graston® Provider. Paul is competent in kinesiology taping and finds it a useful modality in terms of biofeedback and dissipating edema and bruising. He is trained in using Shockwave Therapy and has found it to be successful in treating various clinical ailments. Paul is a member in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario and a committed member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. Paul Uhl, Registered Physiotherapist Dip.Pharm.Tech., (Hons.)BA., MPT, RPT, MCPA, CGFI, Certified Graston® Provider.
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