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Bryana Melnik

Owner, Registered Physiotherapist, DPThy, Bsc Hon Kin

Bryana graduated from McMaster University with an Honors Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. After graduation she obtained a Doctorate Degree in Physiotherapy from Bond University in Australia. Bryana has since pursued further training in manual therapy, dry needling therapy and has a special interest in Pelvic Health Physiotherapy for both men and women, and has completed thorough training on treating pelvic pain, pre and post partum pelvic conditions as well as incontinence. Bryana is passionate about helping people achieve overall wellness and this is what has driven her to open Canadian Centre for Physiotherapy and Wellness. She performs a thorough assessment with all her patients using a biopsychosocial approach and enjoys working along side them to achieve their wellness and therapy goals. 

Bryana was born and raised in the local area and calls Orangeville home along with her young family and two dogs. Together, they enjoy a healthy active lifestyle playing soccer, skiing, travelling and spending as much time outdoors as possible.

Heather Sullivan

Clinical Supervisor, Registered Physiotherapist, MscPT, BSc Hon Kin

Heather graduated from Western University with an honors science degree in Kinesiology. After graduation she pursued her Masters of Science in Physiotherapy at McMaster University. Heather has since pursued further training in manual therapy, McKenzie therapy, vestibular rehabilitation and post-concussion syndrome. After having two children of her own, Heather also pursued further training in pelvic health including pregnancy, labour + delivery, urinary incontinence, prolapse. 

She is passionate about training the next generation of Physiotherapists and is an active clinical instructor affiliated with both the McMaster and University of Toronto Physiotherapy programs. 

Heather enjoys working with her patients to improve their overall health and wellness. She performs a thorough assessment using a biopsychosocial approach and enjoys working with her patients to achieve their goals. She is also passionate about empowering women pre and postpartum to improve their pregnancy, birth and postpartum experience. 

Originally from Brampton, Heather worked in Thunder Bay before settling in Orangeville with her family in 2015. She enjoys staying active with functional training and yoga as well as hiking and biking the local area with her young family. 

Melissa Duck

Registered Physiotherapist, PT, MScPT, BA Hon Kin

Melissa is a Registered Physiotherapist who, after completing her Bachelor in Kinesiology and Physical Education at Wilfrid Laurier University, went on to complete her Master of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto. Melissa has worked in several different settings which has allowed her to gain experience with a variety of patient conditions and injuries throughout the rehabilitation spectrum. Melissa has worked in two private physiotherapy clinics, one with a focus in neurological injuries and a rehabilitation hospital on three inpatient units. She has worked with musculoskeletal traumas, motor vehicle accident injuries, post-operative patients, sport injuries, neurological conditions and geriatric patients. Melissa has always been dedicated to providing patient-centred care in order for patients to reach their goals and full functional abilities. 

Melissa has completed a Neuro-Developmental Treatment (NDT) course, “Challenges in Gait”, as well as the 5-day introductory course covering the management of adults with stroke, brain injury and other neuromuscular disorders. She hopes to continue with her NDT training with a goal of becoming fully certified. At CCPW, Melissa will be focused on treating patients with neurological and orthopaedic injuries. In her free time, Melissa loves to travel, run, hike and take dance and fitness classes.

Dr. Joy McNichol

Chiropractor, DC, ART

Joy graduated from Laurentian University with a honours degree in Physical and Health Education specializing in Health Promotion. After graduation, she went to Europe to play professional basketball for three years in Spain and the Netherlands. The pinnacle of her basketball career was competing at the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Upon her retirement from the basketball world, she returned to Toronto to pursue her Doctorate of Chiropractic at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College.  

As a chiropractor with 17 years experience, she utilizes a combination of various techniques and modalities such as; Active Release Technique, acupuncture, cupping, mobilization and manipulation to help patients reduce pain, increase mobility and ultimately optimize their health.  Joy is passionate about a collaborative, multi-disciplinary team approach that also involves education, exercise and lifestyle advice for her patients to help them live their best life.  

Outside the clinic, you will find Joy running her three kids to sports, hiking with her dog, working out, back-country camping, doing yoga, skiing - while trying not to get hurt on the ski hill - and her most favourite thing of all, enjoying delicious food with good friends and family! 

Ainsley Wallace

Registered Massage Therapist & Reflexology Practitioner

Ainsley graduated from Georgian College in 2017 with an Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy Assistant diploma and in 2019 she became a Registered Massage Therapist. Ainsley has certificates in Reflexology (RRPr), Cupping Therapy, Pelvic Health conditions - Level 1 and Breastfeeding conditions for maternal and infant factors. She is taking extra courses in Pregnancy and infant massage. Ainsley believes in a wellness approach to treatment, the treatment does not end after your massage it continues with exercises and keeping the body moving functionally. 

Ainsley spends her free time continuing to learn within her field, enjoying time outdoors hiking and often walking around at Island Lake and staying active at Crossfit and trying out different sports.

Bridget Sherry-Jardine

Registered Massage Therapist

Bridget graduated from Humber College in Fitness in Health Promotion in 2017. She then went on to Wilfrid Laurier to complete a General Bachelor of Arts. After graduating she wanted to peruse a career in the Health and Wellness industry, taking her to complete her diploma in Massage Therapy. Bridget thinks massage is a powerful tool to help you take charge of your health and well-being, whether it is a specific health condition or looking for a stress reliever.

Bridget spends her time continuing to learn new techniques and skills in her field. She also enjoys going to the gym, taking her dog for walks and spending time with friends. 

Ashley Dolman

Registered Massage Therapist, R.Kin

Ashley graduated from Western University with an Honours Bachelor degree in Kinesiology and then continued on in her studies to graduate from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy. As a Registered Massage Therapist, Ashley treats a wide variety of musculoskeletal dysfunctions as well as acute and chronic muscular injuries. She is also a Registered Kinesiologist and has been a fitness trainer for over 17 years. Ashley holds certifications in kickboxing, resistance training, yoga-pilates fusion and Pre- and Postnatal Corrective Exercise. Driven by her own pregnancy experiences, Ashley has a passion for helping women be their strongest self during pregnancy and postpartum. 

Ashley and her young family live locally and enjoy reading, hiking, sports of all types and have been known to get a little rowdy on family games night.

Amanda McCallum

Senior Administrator

Amanda is a Sr. Administrators here at CCP Wellness.  She has 15+ years of administrative experience in various industries including transportation and insurance industries.  Prior to her time as an administrator, Amanda worked as a chiropractic health assistant, working with 3 chiropractors and 3 massage therapists.  The love of helping patients and seeing them recover from injury or achieve their wellness goals stuck with her and she is very excited to be back in the health and wellness industry.

Amanda and her husband relocated to Amaranth in 2017 to be closer to their family in the area.  Along with their 3 young children, they enjoy going for walks, bike rides as well as camping and hiking at various Ontario Parks around the province.

Sarah Ward

Senior Administrator

Sarah is a Senior Administrator here at Canadian Centre for Physiotherapy and Wellness. She grew up in the Orangeville area, attended Fleming College, and graduated with honors. She has many years of experience working in the healthcare industry in fast paced multidisciplinary clinics, doctor's offices and hospital settings. She is experienced with processing and managing Private, WSIB, and Motor Vehicle insurance claims. 

Outside of the clinic, Sarah enjoys hiking and exploring the outdoors with her young family, playing hockey, and has a passion for crocheting.

Sarah is committed to ensuring a positive and professional experience for each client, understanding that care begins when you walk in the door.

Payton Dawn

Junior Administrator

Payton is a Junior administrator here at CCP Wellness. She is currently attending the University of Guelph to complete a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Science. After school Payton is considering Speech and Language Pathology or Teaching.

In her spare time, Payton enjoys spending time with her animals including riding her horses and walking her dog.

Megan Nutbrown


Megan is a PTA here at Canadian Centre for Physiotherapy and Wellness. She graduated with honours from Sault College in 2017. Megan has 4.5 years of OTA/PTA experience at Sault Area Hospital on the ICU, Rehab, Surgical, Medical and Complex Continuing Care units. Megan grew up in Northern Ontario in the small town of Marathon. She enjoyed participating in gymnastics growing up and did competitive cheerleading. In her free time she loves to go hiking, biking, walking the dog, baking yummy treats and doing yoga! You can also find her working in acute care at Headwaters Healthcare Centre. 

Currently, Megan has been apart of our virtual physiotherapy here at CCPW. She is the wonderful in-person hands for our physiotherapist Melissa offering assessments and treatments. She performs delegated tasks and assists with the set-up and instructions for exercises in session.

Marissa Condo


Marissa is working as a PTA here at CCP wellness. She is in the process of completing a Bachelor's of Science in Human Kinetics at the University of Guelph. Following her undergraduate studies, she aims to complete a Masters and PhD in human biomechanics, and use this knowledge to teach at a post-secondary institution. Marissa is passionate about human health and helping others in any way she can.

In her spare time, she enjoys playing soccer, skiing, and spending time with friends and family. Marissa looks forward to using her knowledge and skills to help CCPW patients on their road to recovery.

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