Welcome To OSI

The world's first Range-Of-Motion Cervical And Lumbar Spinal Tractioning System. Ontario Spinal Institute Is The New Standard In Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression! The Ontario Spinal Institute treatment facility provides the newest and safest non-surgical spine therapy.
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Meet Our Staff

Jeff Scott

 

Jeff Scott, originally from London, Ontario graduated from the University of Waterloo in Kinesiology. He then moved to Corpus Christi, Texas where he worked as a clinical director of several outpatient physiotherapy clinics.

Jeff and his family moved back to Ontario and opened their own physiotherapy clinic in May of 2002. Great Lakes Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine has had great success in treating many people with injuries ranging from motor vehicle accidents, sports injuries, as well as everyday aches and pains. Jeff uses manual therapy skills very effectively in the treatment of both joint and myofascial dysfunctions and has also specialized in the treatment of vestibular dysfunction (dizziness), joint pain and temporomandibular fibromyalgia. Jeff also a certified acupunturist, joined forces with Dr. Dan Wilhelmus to form The Ontario Spinal Institute, specializing in spinal decompression. They have had great success in treating chronic and acute spinal problems and look forward to working with future clients.


Julie Tower

Julie grew up in the Ottawa Valley, Renfrew, ON. , before moving to Hamilton, ON where she finished her high school years. Julie then completed her Radio-Broadcasting diploma at Mohawk College in Hamilton and became a Copy-writer. Julie also continued to go back to Mohawk College and receive her Personal Trainers certificate and is am certified with CPTN.

After realizing that copy-writing was not her calling and she much preferred personal training and working with people, Julie went back to Everest College for physiotherapy where she graduated as a PTA with honors. Julie joined Ontario Spinal Institute in Oct of 2008
Julie enjoy’s boxing, which she does with her daughter and being her son’s quiet hockey mom. Julie currently resides in York with her family.