Dr. Joël Villeneuve, ND

Dr. Dr. Joël is the founder, clinical director and CEO of The Revivelife™ Clinic, which is one of the region’s largest providers of integrated health services, working in alliance with medical doctors, businesses, the fitness industry and government bodies to promote optimal wellness.

The Revivelife™ Clinic includes a Wellness Clinic, Pharmacy & Labs which provides the latest technology in preventive medicine. Dr. Dr. Joël has supported thousands of patients to optimal health with her vision is to inspire vitality, balance, and empowerment in all.



Paul Colebrook, PT

Paul Colebrook is a Registered Physiotherapist with over 18 years of experience. He practices in Ottawa, Ontario at Riverside Court Pro Physio. He has worked and travelled as a team therapist for Canoe Kayak Canada (2006-present), Diving Canada (2013 - present) and Team Homan Canadian Women’s Curling (2013-present). During this time he has covered numerous World Championships, World Cups and training camps.

He has been trained at the highest postgraduate level in manual therapy, manipulations (Advanced Diploma / Part B), spinal stability, functional and sport specific rehabilitation, intramuscular stimulation (GunnIMS), and medical acupuncture (CAFCI). Paul has a special interest in developing interesting and innovative exercise programs for sport rehab and core stability.

He is a teaching facilitator for the Canadian Coaching Association on Injury Prevention and Recovery and a preferred provider for the Ontario Sports Center. He has a special interest in providing sport specific functional assessments aimed at optimizing sport performance and preventing injury.


Dr. Taryn Taylor, BA(Kin), MSc, MD, CCFP (CAC SEM), Dip Sport Med

Dr. Taylor attended the University of Western Ontario and received a BA in Kinesiology and an MSc in Sport Medicine (advisor Dr. Peter Fowler). She then completed medical school 2004; residency in family medicine 2006 at the University of Ottawa followed by a Primary Care Sport Medicine Fellowship (PGY3). She is currently the co-owner; medical director of the Carleton Sport Medicine Clinic caring for the varsity athletes and she assists Dr. Andrew Marshall (Orthopaedic Surgeon) in the operating room at the Montfort Hospital.

Dr. Taylor is actively involved in medical student, resident and fellow education. She has been on the Executive of the Ontario Medical Association Sport; Exercise Medicine Section since 2005 and is an active member of the Canadian Academy of Sport; Exercise Medicine (CASEM).

Dr. Taylor was the VMO for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 and has worked with Hockey Canada, Soccer Canada, Rugby Canada, Softball Canada and Skate Canada. She has been on the medical team for the Ontario Summer/Winter Games, Canada Games, FISU Games, Pan Am Games and Olympics Games.


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Dr. Jessica (Butler) Curran , MD, Sports Medicine Physician



Dr. Bernie Lalonde MD, Diploma in Sports Medicine

Dr. Lalonde has been involved with sports medicine since the early 70's. Indeed he started the Sports and Spinal Injury Clinic originally at the OAC, then moved it to Carling Ave.

 Dr. Lalonde runs a focused practise sports and medicine clinic several days a week at SSIC. You can phone to make an appointment as no referral is required.

After graduating from the U of O with an M.D. degree, he pursued a career in coaching with the National Alpine Ski team for 6 years before returning to the full time practice of sports medicine. He managed to become national team coach with Whitewater Canada working with the kayak and canoe team at the Barcelona Olympics. His Olympic experience has seen him at 9 Olympic Games either as Physician or coach. He completed the Diploma in Sport Medicine the first year it was offered in '89 and has been actively involved with that organization ever since. He was a member of the exam committee for 13 years and was its chair in the early 90's.

 Dr. Lalonde continues to be involved with teaching medical students and residents. His passions in sport are tennis, cycling, x-country and alpine skiing, kayaking, training and anything else that comes along.