Kevin obtained a B.Sc. (Physical Therapy) degree from the University of Western Ontario in 1994, and a B.Sc. (Biology/Psychology) degree from Carleton University in 1991. After graduation, he went to work at Windsor Regional Hospital in a number of areas, including the Regional Rehabilitation Centre, general surgical unit, oncology, outpatient, and the Acute Injuries Rehabilitation and Evaluation Centre (AIREC).
In 2003, Kevin went to work in private practice, eventually opening his own clinic, Jackson Park Physiotherapy, in 2007. His interest is in musculoskeletal injuries and has has taken numerous post-graduate courses, including Manual Therapy and Acupuncture.
Kevin is licensed in Ontario and Michigan. He is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and Ontario Physiotherapy Association.
ANN MARIE KEOUGH | Physiotherapist
Ann Marie graduated from the University of Western Ontario in 1994 with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy. From 1994 to 2015, Ann Marie worked in acute care at Hotel-Dieu Grace/Windsor Regional Hospital-Ouellette Campus, spending the majority of her time working with patients on the acute neurology unit.
In 2015, Ann Marie left the hospital setting to begin a career in the community by opening Enable Neurological Rehabilitation.
Ann Marie is certified with the Neurodevelopmental Treatment Association, and also has experience treating clients with vertigo, vestibular dysfunction and concussion.
KATHERINE LAING | Physiotherapist
Katherine graduated with her Masters of Physical Therapy from Western University in 2019. She has dedicated the last 10 years to helping others achieve their fitness and rehabilitative goals. Most recently, she has gained clinical experience in acute care physiotherapy, inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient orthopaedic physiotherapy and outpatient neurological rehabilitation. She also has her Level 1 Orthopedic Division Certification. Katherine has a passion for assisting clients in realizing and achieving their full functional potential through tailored sessions targeting each client’s unique set of goals.
JESSI HART | Physiotherapist
Jessi is a physiotherapist who graduated from Western University in 2013. She completed multiple orthopaedic courses with a focus on McKenzie techniques before working with neurological patients became her passion.
Jessi has since completed multiple Neuro-developmental treatment (NDT) courses to better help the neurological population in both a rehab and clinic setting. She is a proponent of an active lifestyle and enjoys helping others work towards being as functionally independent as possible.
BROOKE HARRISON | Registered Massage Therapist
Brooke graduated in 2002 from Centennial College of Applied Arts and Technology in Toronto. She has spent the last 16 years working in the physiotherapy setting with therapists trained in a number of different modalities.
She is fully trained and competent in treating stress, sports injuries, motor vehicle accident injuries, WSIB claims, post-surgical limitations, and any conditions with limited mobility!
Brooke has spent time taking educational courses in hot rock massage, Thai massage, Indie head, kinesiology taping, advanced massage therapy techniques, and concussion therapy! She treats all of her clients with the highest standard of care and believes in educating on the importance of massage therapy in the rehabilitative process, as well as it being a great way to maintain balance in one’s body and life!
CHRISTINA WARD | Registered Massage Therapist
Christina Ward is a registered massage therapist. She became certified in 2015 after completing her education at the Canadian College of Health Science and Technology. She earned the President’s Award for top marks. She uses a variety of techniques including Swedish massage and fascial work.
Her continuing education courses include concussion treatment and advanced massage techniques.
Christina has experience working with clients with a variety of physical limitations.
Kris has worked in the field of rehabilitation for 25 years and is pleased to be a team member at Enable. It gives her an opportunity to help individuals dealing with neurological issues move more efficiently and optimize their function.
Kris believes that movement is medicine. She enjoys educating people about how their bodies work in order to optimize their abilities. She has also been teaching Pilates for 15 years which has enhanced her understanding of movement and provided her with a great repertoire of exercises to assist people in their rehabilitation.
CINDY KING | Office Manager
Cindy manages our physiotherapy clinic which takes a diverse skill set, from clerical and bookkeeping skills to knowledge of medical terminology and procedures. Daily responsibilities include scheduling, billing, and communication with external agencies. Her focus is to ensure a friendly and inviting atmosphere for all.