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Meet Our Physiotherapists

Helping patients recover from a broad range of injuries is at the core of what our physiotherapists do. They look forward to assisting you.

Jared Eidt, Dearborn Health physiotherapistJared Eidt, BSc. (Hon. HK), MSc PT, MCPA

After receiving an honours degree in Human Kinetics from the University of Guelph, Jared went on to Queen’s University, where he completed a Master of Science in Physical Therapy in 2010.

While at U of G, Jared spent three years as a student therapist working with various varsity teams and was twice nominated and a one-time recipient of the Trainer of The Year Award. In his graduating year at Queen’s University, he was the recipient of the Helen Chan Award of Merit.

Jared joined Dearborn Health in 2016. His approach to treatment involves a combination of manual therapy, acupuncture/dry needling, soft tissue release and a strong emphasis on specific and functional exercises to address any underlying causes of the injury or dysfunction. Jared believes in patient empowerment.

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By giving them the tools they need through education, exercise and encouragement to make beneficial lifestyle changes, Jared’s patients often realize that they can make all the difference in their recovery.

Professional Development

Jared has continued his professional development with courses in the following:

  • Manual Therapy
  • Cervical Headaches
  • Knee Rehabilitation
  • DNS (Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization)
  • Acupuncture/Dry Needling
  • Pelvic Health
  • Athletic Movement Assessment, which feeds well into his interest in treating sports injuries

Staying Active

Jared has been a lifelong multi-sport athlete and continues to keep active with various sports, CrossFit, running and skiing.

Dan Southwell, Dearborn Health physiotherapistDan Southwell, MSc PT, BPHE, MCPA

Dan graduated from the University of Toronto, receiving his Master of Science in Physical Therapy. Previously he completed a Bachelor of Physical and Health Education at Nipissing University, while conducting research in the field of biomechanics.

Continuing Education

Since graduation, Dan has continued his professional development through the following courses:

  • Manual therapy from the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association
  • K-Taping
  • The McKenzie Method
  • Acupuncture

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Dan is a certified Sport First Responder and is currently working towards obtaining his Sports Physiotherapy Certificate. He has provided on-field coverage for the Canadian Sledge Hockey championships, the Ontario Winter Games and the Muskoka Half Ironman. He is currently assisting as a trainer with the Elmira Sugar Kings Jr. B hockey club.

His approach to treatment involves a combination of manual therapy techniques, patient education, and progressive tissue loading to enable his patients to return to a healthy, active lifestyle.

Enjoying an Active Life

In his spare time, Dan enjoys playing sports such as hockey and golf, going to the gym, or going on hikes with his fiance.

Get Started Today

Begin your physiotherapy treatment. Contact Dearborn Health to schedule an appointment.

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