My name is Jonathan L. Kerr and I have over 15 years of experience in the field of Massage. I am a Registered Massage Therapist with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. Additionally, I have two degrees focusing on physics and medical anthropology.  I have been working as a massage therapist for 11 years and focus on rehabilitation science using my background in biomechanics (physics) and orthomolecular medicine (medical anthropology). My research efforts are varied but encompass my work in physical rehabilitation. I have historically focused on patients with myofascial pain syndrome, fibromyalgia, chronic perispinal pain, neck pain, scalene syndrome, carpal tunnel syndrome, post operative care and acute injuries such as sports injuries and motor vehicle accidents.
I have lived in the rural North for all my life. I want to develop a fulfilling and active future that involves making use of my strengths and passions for health care unique to Northern urban, rural, remote, Francophone & Aboriginal communities. I want to see improvements in the health care of not only my neighbors and those close to me, but also those across the country and abroad in under-serviced regions. I want to take part in identifying the unique challenges and health concerns of Northern urban, rural, Francophone & Aboriginal people and work collaboratively to find solutions for their social and heath care needs. I take part in what my community has to offer, I would like to be a part of its history and take part in building it’s present and future advancements and continue to take leadership roles in research and community developments to improve upon our very unique and diverse Northern communities.
Jon has recently completed his training in intramuscular acupuncture and plans to further pursue his training in the field of functional dry needling. He is well known for his knowledge in the field of physical medicine. Call us or book online to see the benefits of his wealth of knowledge and experience.