Our team is ready to help you get moving again
Georgetown Physical and Sports Therapy Clinic (GPSTC) is a private clinic located in downtown Georgetown, Ontario. Established in 1997, the clinic provides professional rehabilitation services aimed at reducing pain and improving function.
Our mission here at GPSTC is to promote a quick return to fully functional activity of normal living with emphasis on individualized treatment and group educational programs. We strongly believe in early active rehabilitation and the promotion of a healthy lifestyle through active management, education, and injury prevention. Established in 1997, GPSTC’s team is ready to help you get moving again.
Meet Our Team
Nancy McKechnie graduated with a BSc(PT) from University of Western Ontario. With over 30 years of experience, practising primarily in the clinic setting, Nancy has extensive experience in treating MVA patients, neck and back injuries, headaches and sports injuries. She is married to an ultra runner and herself enjoys trail trailing and weight training.
Alicia Sullivan is the Office Manager of Georgetown Physical and Sports Therapy Clinic. She ensures the efficient day to day operation of the clinic. Customer satisfaction is a top priority for Alicia and she consistently strives towards excellent service. Call or visit our clinic today to experience great customer service! Alicia enjoys running and is an avid reader.
Marta Masley graduated from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor or Science degree in Physiotherapy. She started her career managing a clinic in Boston for 2 1/2 years. After gaining extensive experience as a manager, she decided to return closer to home and open up her own clinic. In 1997 she started Georgetown Physical and Sports Therapy Clinic. Her interest in sports and athletic injuries have encouraged her to continue taking numerous post-graduate courses in sports injuries and orthopedic rehabilitation. As a marathon runner, Marta herself has had to endure the pain and impatience of dealing with injuries.
Sonia Mattachhione became a Registered Massage Therapist in 2002. She began practicing again in 2015 after taking a break to pursue a career in teaching. Sonia is currently working part time again as an RMT due to her love of the health sciences. Her area of specialty is in the area of sports injuries. Sonia loves to travel with her husband and twin boys, and enjoys reading on her free time.
Tracy Wiseman is a graduate of Sutherland-Chan Massage Therapy School and a member of the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario since 1999. She went to the University of Waterloo, specializing in Kinesiology and obtained a Bachelor of Science degree. Tracy’s exercise past and present consists of competitive gymnastics, girl’s hockey, soccer and ultra running. These help in allowing her to identify with her patients physiological questions and concerns pertaining to the massage therapy treatment.
Tracy, as a Registered Massage Therapist, is effective in treating and providing relief for a wide range of conditions such as migraine headaches, tendonitis, arthritis, osteoporosis, fibromyalgia, sports injuries, as well as many other common conditions related to soft tissue and joint dysfunction.