Christine Campbell

Registered Physiotherapist, Director

  • Canadian Physiotherapy Orthopaedic Manual Therapy Level 1, 2 & 3 certification
  • Certified Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) provider
  • Certified in Acupuncture & Dry Needling
  • Running Injuries Prevention Specialist
  • Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS, NSCA)
  • Clinical Instructor, Queen’s University

Christine Campbell is a Registered Physiotherapist. She provides quality one-on-one service that focuses on improving one’s overall function. She helps to restore normal function by assessing the whole person to identify and address underlying movement problems.

“I love my work as a physiotherapist and believe in working as a team with my clients to achieve their goals. I enjoy piecing together the puzzle and discovering the individual’s underlying movement dysfunction. I feel that building a plan and striving to achieve it with the client is very rewarding. I am grateful for the opportunity to meet a variety of people through my work and enjoy connecting with each of them.”

Christine acquired a Kinesiology degree from McMaster University in 2008 and a Masters in Physiotherapy from Queen’s University in 2011. She is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), Level 1 Crossfit Instructor, and has her Level III Manual and Manipulative Therapy designation. Christine has additional training in acupuncture and dry needling, therapeutic taping, and running injury prevention.

In her spare time Christine loves to hang out with friends and family and her adorable black lab, Tucker. She enjoys hiking, soccer, knitting and pretty much anything outside! Christine loves to travel and discover new places.

Christine maintains her membership with both the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA), and the Orthopedic Division of the CPA. She is registered with the College of Physiotherapists.

Ashley Jeon

Physiotherapy Resident

Ashley is a bilingual Physiotherapy Resident at Move Authentically Physiotherapy. She grew up in Ottawa, Ontario in an active family where she was exposed at a young age to the benefits of living a healthy and happy lifestyle. She engaged in various recreational sports and creative activities with a focus and passion for dance. Having taken her first ballet class at the age of 3, and through dancing into adulthood, Ashley has developed a true appreciation for movement.


Ashley obtained her Bachelor of Health Sciences at the University of Ottawa. Her continued passion for health, movement, and working with others led her to pursue her Master of Science in Physical Therapy at Queen’s University.

Through clinical placements, Ashley has experience working with patients of all ages, ranging from recreational to semi-professional, athletes, treating neurological conditions, amputation rehabilitation, as well as cardiorespiratory conditions, chronic pain and more. These opportunities have further confirmed her love for working one-on-one with clients. This is one of the reasons that Ashley has landed at Move Authentically Physiotherapy. With each session being one-on-one offering longer appointment times, Ashley feels as though more progress can be made in a shorter time, and a true connection with each client is possible.

Grounded in client-centered goals, Ashley uses education, hands-on techniques, exercise-programs, and other evidence-based treatments to take a collaborative and active approach to rehabilitation. By enabling her patients with the tools and confidence to be active participants in their recovery, she believes in the importance of taking a person-centered approach and discovering the root cause of someone’s symptoms. For Ashley, it is rewarding to be able to empower patients to have control over their well-being and enabling them to pursue what they love!

In her spare time, Ashley loves spending time with friends and family, travelling, meeting new people, cooking and eating delicious food, learning news skills and spending time by the water. She enjoys staying active through variety of activities, such as hiking, running, dance, yoga, cycling, and skiing.

Ashley is registered with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario.