Meet Our Team


Kevin Hickey , BHScPT


  • BHScPT – Bachelor of Health Science in Physiotherapy, McMaster University
  • FCAMPT – Fellowship with the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapists
  • AFCI – Acupuncture Foundation of Canada
  • Biology-Psychology Major – Trent University

Clinical Experience/Areas of Interest

Co-founder of Total Physiotherapy in 1996, Kevin has achieved a wide spectrum of qualifications and experience related to his physiotherapy profession.  He believes in a patient-centred approach, and has developed clinical expertise in orthopaedic differential diagnosis and treatment strategies for complex cases.

Kevin has taken more courses to mention related to orthopaedic and sport rehabilitation.  He obtained Fellowship with the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapists (FCAMPT) in 1997, and has been an active member of Sport Physiotherapy Canada since 1992.  He has been a clinical instructor with the Ontario Physiotherapy Orthopaedic Division, and is an adjunct instructor with the Queens University Nurse Practitioner Program.  He mentors professionals and students on a regular basis, and enjoys the teaching and mentorship opportunities of his profession.

Kevin has a strong interest in Sports Medicine.  He has been the Physiotherapist with the OHL Peterborough Petes Hockey Club since 1999, and with MSL Peterborough Lakers Lacrosse Club since 1998.  He has experience in a variety of sports events and organizations including 1999 Pan Am Games, Canadian Soccer Association, Ironman, and numerous Trent University and Mohawk-MacMaster varsity sports including rugby, soccer, field hockey, rowing and basketball.  He has been Medical Chair for the 1998 Ontario Winter Games, 1997 Ontario Games for the Physically Disabled, Ontario Special Olympics, and a number of OFSAA events.  He is on the advisory team with the Peterborough Youth Sport Concussion Program and is a Complete Concussion Management Practitioner.

Kevin’s experience in occupational rehabilitation is significant, consulting to business and industry including General Electric Canada, General Motors, and Pepsico.  He has vast experience with injury prevention programs, return to work programs and ergonomics, and has worked in disability management settings with WSIB, auto insurance and disability insurers.

On a More Personal Note:

Kevin promotes an active lifestyle with himself and his family.  You will often see him at the local rinks or sports fields with his wife or kids, or running between them!

Kevin is an avid runner, and has competed in numerous marathons and other distance races, including Boston in 2004.  He participates in triathlon most summers, enjoys mountain biking, and frequents the gym in between.

Jane Oldfield , BScPT


  • BScP.T. – Bachelor of Science Physiotherapy, University of Toronto
  • BA (HPE) – Bachelor of Arts in Honours Physical Education, University of Western Ontario
  • AFCI – Acupuncture Foundation of Canada
  • MCPA – Member of Canadian Physiotherapy Association

Clinical Experience/Areas of Interest

Jane has extensive experience both in owning and operating successful rehabilitation businesses and as a trusted clinician.

Jane has been co-owner and founder of Total Physiotherapy since 1996, providing her patients with solid evidence-based practice approaches to both her assessment and treatment techniques. Jane ensures a welcoming clinic environment that is patient-focused, supportive and encouraging.

Jane is confident in the techniques that she utilizes to rehabilitate patients who seek her years of experience in managing complex neuromuscular conditions. She also co-owned the Centre for Sports Medicine from 1997 to 2006 while it was located at the Peterborough YMCA and Wellness Works Professionals, which operated as an occupational rehabilitation clinic from 1993 to 2012.

Committed to post graduate education, Jane has a keen interest in and aptitude for manual therapy, completing all of her level courses in this area of study. She has also completed her McKenzie post graduate study in Spinal Mechanical Therapy Part A and Part B, her Acupuncture Level 1, Sports Physiotherapy Canada Level 2 preparation course, numerous courses in shoulder dysfunction assessment and treatment techniques, pelvic girdle assessment and treatment techniques, mobilization of the nervous system, neuro tissue dysfunction and temporal mandibular joint dysfunction. More recently, Jane has studied vestibular rehabilitation, concussion management of the post concussive syndrome and is a certified Complete Concussion Management Practitioner. She has also completed practical courses in balance mobility techniques and outcome measures for physiotherapists working with older adults.

Jane offers her clinical expertise and experience as a consultant to the Kawartha Pineridge District School Board, Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board as well as General Motors Canada, Sysco Foods of Ontario, General Electric Canada and Pepsico. She has also provided multi disciplinary assessments of injured workers to the Worker’s Compensation Board.

Jane supports mentorship and enjoys teaching co-operative students at local high schools, college students in the Physiotherapy Assistant Program at Sir Sanford Fleming and to Queen’s University students completing their degree in Physiotherapy.

Jane has a great interest in sport medicine. She has covered local community events over the years such as the Gatorade Half Marathon, The World Under 19 Lacrosse Championships, The Canadian Summer Games, Eastern Ontario Sectional Figure Skating Championships, Ontario Special Olympics, Peterborough Packers Football Club, Ontario Winter Games and Trent University varsity athletics including rugby, soccer and field hockey. She continues to be actively involved in local high school football and more recently has been the medical organizer for OFSAA wrestling and gymnastics.

Jane is also very well versed and experienced with Motor Vehicle Accident Legislation and is licensed with The Financial Services Commission of Ontario.

Her professional affiliations include: the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, Orthopaedic Sports and Private Practice Division, Sports Physiotherapy Canada, the Ontario Physiotherapy Association and the Orthopaedic Manipulative Society International.

On a More Personal Note:

Jane enjoys an active lifestyle and is very busy with her family and their many interests. She embraces outdoor activities both in Peterborough and at her family’s cottage in Haliburton. Jane enjoys all water sports, particularly water skiing, as well as swimming, tennis, golf and general personal fitness. She is an avid gardener and looks forward to reading the latest best-seller. Entertaining at home with extended family and friends keep the weekends full and enjoyable.

Charlene Armstrong-Davis , MScPT, BHSc


  • MScPT Masters of Science Degree, University of Western Ontario
  • BHSc Honors of Health Science Degree, University of Ottawa
  • Complete Concussion Management Practitioner
  • Mulligan Course

Clinical Experience/Area of Interest:

Charlene has been a part of the Total Physiotherapy team since 2012, currently working at the Peterborough Clinic location.  She has always had a special interest in sports rehabilitation, paediatric rehabilitation particularly youth concussion management and falls prevention.

Charlene has currently completed her advanced manual therapy level 3 courses and is working towards completing her intermediate examination.  She has completed Mulligan training which she uses in adjunct to active therapy and exercise.  She has an interest in pursuing training in acupuncture to further her credentials.

On a More Personal Note:

Charlene has always had a passion and involvement in sports especially soccer, swimming, and figure skating.  She has recently grew an interest in ball hockey and is currently enjoying participating with the Peterborough Women’s Ball Hockey League. Charlene also enjoys spending her leisure time reading, listening to music, and travelling.

Holly McEnaney , MScPT, HBA Kin


  • MScPT Masters of Science Degree, University of Toronto
  • BA(HKIN) Kinesiology, Honors of Kinesiology Degree, University of Western Ontario
  • AFCI acupuncture

Clinical Experience/Areas of Interest:

Holly is well suited to the practice of outpatient orthopaedics.  She has been employed at Total Physiotherapy since 2009.
Holly has been working towards her level courses in manual therapy and has more recently completed the Lynn Watson Shoulder course in shoulder pathology and rehabilitation.
Holly is a sport enthusiast.  She has provided side line coverage for multiple sporting events which include rugby, football, soccer, and wrestling.
Along with her experience with sport injuries, Holly has a strong interest in the treatment of shoulder injuries as well as chronic low back pain and repetitive strain.
Holly has training in anatomical acupuncture which she enjoys using as a compliment to active therapy and exercise.

On a More Personal Note:

Holly is an avid ultimate Frisbee player, disc golfer, and softball player.  She is an active member of the Peterborough Ultimate League, serving as the Monday indoor coordinator and director of several summer ultimate tournaments.

Holly is also the beloved human to a big dopey golden retriever.

Alex Procyk , BScKin, DPT


  • BSc Kinesiology (Hons)
  • Doctor of Physiotherapy

Clinical Experience/Areas of Interest

Alex recently graduated with a Doctor of Physiotherapy degree from Bond University in Gold Coast, Australia. He previously graduated in 2016 from Queen’s University with a BSc in Kinesiology. Alex has experience treating individuals with a variety of musculoskeletal and sports related injuries in both outpatient orthopedic and private practice settings.

Alex’s approach to treatment uses a combination of manual therapy, soft-tissue therapy, and postural therapy with a biomechanical approach to finding the root cause of the issue. Achieving the patient’s goals is Alex’s main focus when providing a treatment session. He believes that both himself and the patient will work together in order to achieve success in the overall outcome of the treatment plan.

On a More Personal Note:

In his spare time, Alex likes to be active by skiing, playing hockey and golf.

Brayden Grantham , MScPT (PT Resident), BSc


  • MScPT Master’s of Science in Physiotherapy, University of Limerick, Ireland
  • BSc Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Medical Sciences, Brock University

Clinical Expertise/Area of Interest

Brayden recently graduated with a Master of Science in Physiotherapy from the University of Limerick, Ireland. Prior to this, he graduated from Brock University with a Bachelor of Science in Medical Sciences.Brayden has experience treating musculoskeletal and sports-related injuries within an outpatient setting and private practice. As a new graduate, Brayden has returned to his hometown of Peterborough and is pursuing additional training in the manual therapy levels, acupuncture, and sport-specific treatment and rehabilitation with a focus on golf, hockey, and soccer. Brayden’s approach to treatment focuses on attaining client goals through a combination of manual therapy, soft-tissue therapy, and exercise-based rehabilitation.

Massage Therapists

Jennifer Garside , RMT


Graduated from the Registered Massage Therapy program at Sir Sandford Fleming College in Peterborough in 1999.  Throughout the years Jennifer has participated in enhanced education programs for sport/athletic taping and concussion rehabilitation to encourage the healing process for clients.

Clinical Experience/Areas of Interest:

Jennifer has extensive expertise treating musculoskeletal areas utilizing Swedish massage techniques for issues such as repetitive strain, athletic injuries, headaches and tension, inflammatory issues such as arthritis, pre and post-natal massage. In addition, chronic pain, stress and anxiety, post-surgical scar tissue mobilization and issues resulting from motor vehicle accidents.

Jennifer has volunteered on medical teams for the IIHF World Women’s Hockey Championships and the Ontario Special Olympics Spring Games. In addition, Jennifer has organized massage therapists for the Peterborough Subaru Triathlon, Peterborough Half Marathon and was also the Massage Therapist for the Trent University Varsity Rowing Team.

On a More Personal Note:

Growing up, Jennifer participated in competitive sports such as a gymnastics and Alpine ski racing. Post ski racing, Jennifer became a level 1 instructor through Canadian Ski Instructors’ Alliance and a level 1 ski coach through Canadian Ski Coaches Federation. With this, Jennifer spent many years coaching younger athletes in the Alpine ski racing program.

Now with a young family and children that are involved in numerous competitive sports which has them competing throughout Ontario, Jennifer spends an abundance of her time outside of work travelling to sporting events. Volunteering, Jennifer has become a level 2 swim official with Swim Canada and is often found on deck at local and surrounding pools officiating at meets.


Katie Robinson , HBKin


  • HBKin Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology, Wilfrid Laurier University
  • RKin Registered Kinesiologist
  • Member of the Ontario Kinesiology Association

Clinical Experience/Areas of Interest:

Katie graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University with a degree in Honours Kinesiology in 2019. Katie has completed her Registered Kinesiology exam. She joined the Total Physiotherapy team in 2022. Katie loves playing sports, hiking and climbing mountains. She likes to challenge herself and stay active. In her spare time she also enjoys listening to music and playing with her dog.

Taylor Buenting , HBAKin


  • HBAKin Honors Bachelor of Arts Degree in Kinesiology, University of Western Ontario
  • RKin Registered Kinesiologist
  • Member of the Ontario Kinesiology Association.

Clinical Experience/Area of Interest:

Taylor is certified in Functional Capacity Assessments; examining workers abilities to perform job demands and evaluates their physical tolerance of specific work tasks. As well, Taylor is certified in Complete Concussion Management, from baseline testing, concussion assessment, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation for a safe return to work/play protocol. Taylor is very passionate about working with diverse populations, especially helping others tackle new challenges. She has a solid clinical background in leading closely supervised Hydrotherapy programs to treat patients of all ages experiencing brain injury, diabetes, arthritis, motor vehicle accidents, post-op surgery, or spinal injuries. In the pool she focuses on helping her patients complete exercise programs focused on areas of gait retraining, balance, core, upper and lower extremity strengthening, stretching and relaxation. Taylor has worked as a personal trainer, where she counseled clients on understanding their individual fitness goals, lifestyle changes, and developed personalized training programs in fitness conditioning for weight loss, cardiovascular training, and muscular development. In her work, she is always dedicated to providing the most effective treatment to enhance her patients overall well-being.

On a More Personal Note:

Taylor is competitive in basketball, where she has traveled all over Ontario and the Eastern United States. Taylor preaches what she teaches by continuing to live a healthy active lifestyle from following her own fitness programs to playing Peterborough women’s basketball in the winter, as well as beach volleyball and soccer in the summer. When Taylor isn’t busy volunteering or staying active, she likes to relax with family and friends by cheering on her local Toronto Raptors and Blue Jays or fishing the Kawartha Lakes.

Support Staff

We are fortunate to have an exceptional support staff at Total Physiotherapy.

  • Danielle AdamsAccounts Manager
  • Kyle RobertsonOHIP Administrator
  • Donna CaronMedical Secretary
  • Jackie WatsonPhysiotherapist Assistant
  • Natasha FittonPhysiotherapist Assistant