Stephanie Blomeley, Registered Physiotherapist
Stephanie Blomeley is a registered Physiotherapist and the owner of Response Physical Therapy. Stephanie has been practicing as a physiotherapist in the Ottawa area for over 8 years, graduating with her Masters of Physical Therapy from The University of Western Ontario in 2012. Before that Stephanie graduated from the University of Ottawa with a Bachelor's of Science degree with Honours in Human Kinetics. Stephanie made the decision to become a physiotherapist way back when she was 14 years old, at this time she was attending physiotherapy herself for a soccer injury, and fell in love with the idea that she could help people get better more quickly. Stephanie wanted to help other people get back to their favourite activities like she was able to, and she spent the next 11 years passionately working towards her goal to help people feel better and to get back to their best.
Response Physical Therapy was born out of Stephanie's desire to treat people the way she feels they deserve to be treated. She believes that people seeking help for pain or injury should know they are cared about, and never feel rushed in their treatment. Her goal is to help people feel better as quickly as possible, and to help them develop the skills to keep themselves feeling good long-term.
Stephanie has spent her career as a physiotherapist adding to her skills to ensure the treatment you receive is current with the most up to date research, and to ensure she is able to offer the best option for your individual needs. She is dedicated to continuing her education as a physiotherapist, and will continue learning to serve you best. To date Stephanie has additional training in acupuncture, dry-needling, soft-tissue release, instrument assisted soft tissue release, BPPV(vertigo treatment), concussion management, manual joint mobilization, taping, and exercise prescription.
Samantha Kelly-Feagan, Registered Physiotherapist
Samantha Kelly-Feagan is a registered physiotherapist and has been practicing in Ontario for 4 years, graduating with her Masters of Physical Therapy from Queen’s University in 2017.
Prior to that, Sam completed her honors Bachelor degree in Human Kinetics at the University of Ottawa, where her love for sports, anatomy and biomechanics sparked. Physiotherapy became a natural fit, combining her passion for helping others and her interest in human movement.
She brings her knowledge, enthusiasm, and a biomechanics background to the clinic, where thorough individualized assessments and treatments are provided, in order to truly target the cause of injury. Samantha is a strong believer in empowering her patients and showing them how to be an active member of their rehabilitation. Setting goals with a patient and collaborating to achieve them is her favourite part about being a physiotherapist.
Samantha has participated in continued education to expand her skillset, to always ensure an evidence informed practice for her patients. Sam has additional training in acupuncture, dry-needling, BPPV (vertigo treatment), manual joint mobilization, taping, and exercise prescription. Outside of work, Sam is a competitive individual who enjoys challenging herself physically and mentally. She is an avid hiker, musician, and lover of all sports, and can be found in the community spending time her with family.