JASON KRESIC PT
Jason is a physiotherapist who graduated from the University of Ottawa in 2007. He has spent the past 14 years working within the private clinical setting, and has gained vast experience in treating a variety of conditions and injuries.
Jason bases his practice on the Integrated Systems Model (ISM) by Diane Lee. With this approach he evaluates the relationship between the articular, visceral, myofascial and neural systems and how they relate and affect one another.
Jason has been an executive member of the Orthopaedic Division (Ottawa Unit), a branch of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, where he is currently President. Along with this, he likes to keep busy attending many conferences and courses.
Diane Lee’s, Integrated Systems Model (ISM series)
University of British Columbia’s, Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation Dry Needling
Canada’s Orthopaedic Division, Manual Therapy: Levels 1,2 & 3 - upper and lower quadrants
Neuro Orthopaedic Institute, Butler’s Neurodynamics
John F Barnes Myofascial Release
Julie Watson Weibe’s, The Piston Science
Lyn Watson’s Shoulder course
Brian Mulligan’s, Mobilizations with Movement – upper and lower quadrants
David Lindsay’s, Advanced Rehab for The Hip
Explain Pain – Evidence based Pain Science (NOI group)
JASON'S PHYSIOTHERAPY SERVICES
Pain associated with neck/spinal injury
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Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation
Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) was developed by Dr. Chan Gunn to treat chronic pain syndromes that affect the musculoskeletal system.
At Livewell Myofascial Release, IMS/dry needling may be used to release specific taut muscle bands that hold specific parts of the body (pelvis, foot, shoulder blade, humerus) in poor alignment or posture.
This misalignment often contributes to poor movement patterns, posture and pain. IMS/dry needling is used in conjunction with manual therapy and movement training to help restore better posture and movement patterns for multiple tasks and conditions.
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