Kanata North Team - Physiotherapists

-105 Schneider road #115 kanata, on k2k 1y3 -



Agility Physiotherapy & Sports Injury is owned and operated by Erin Tighe, a licensed physiotherapist originally from the Toronto and Ottawa areas. Erin brings over 15 years of experience in variety of clinical models to the Agility team. She received a Bachelor of Science from the University of Ottawa and a Bachelor of Physical Therapy from the University of Toronto.

Erin’s eight years experience with the Canadian Forces gave her a wealth of treatment experience seldom found in the private sector. The combination of her advanced clinical skills and unique experience benefit her patients by accelerating recovery and shortening their return to full function.

When she is not working or caring for her four children, Erin is a runner, doing a couple of races each year.

post-graduate COURSES

  • Trigger Point Dry Needling (TDN)

  • Active Release Technique (ART)

  • Level II Functional Movement Screening (FMS)

  • Level II Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA)

  • New Trends in the Prevention of Running Injuries

  • All the McKenzie Diagnosis and Treatment Courses (MDT)

  • Level III Manual Therapy through the Orthopaedic Division Syllabus of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA)



Lucy completed her Master’s of Physical Therapy from Queen’s University in 2015 after earning an Honours Bachelor degree in Biomedical Sciences in 2012.

In 2019, Lucy returned from working for the Chinese Olympic Committee as the team physiotherapist for Chinese National Canoe & Kayak Sprint Team. She covered other watersports, such as rowing while on National training bases in Beijing, Guizhou and Zhejiang. While overseas, she collaborated with other therapists from the snowboard and climbing national teams.

Lucy has working experience with athletes, adults and children with sports-related injuries to those with spine and nerve-related injuries and postural dysfunctions. Additional clinical experiences include: Mulligan mobilizations, Graston techniques, fascial manipulations and European Pinotherapy.

She enjoys rock climbing, snowboarding and martial arts. Her career goals are to specialize in hand therapy and further her experiences with climbing-related injuries.

post-graduate Courses

  • McKenzie Diagnosis & Treatment (MDT) Parts A, B, C, D (All levels)

  • Kinetacore Functional Dry Needling Level 1 & 2

  • Dry Cupping & Gua Shua Certification

  • Soft Tissue Release Certification

  • K-Tape Pro Therapy Certification

  • Canadian Orthopaedic Division Manual Level 1 & 2 (Upper)

  • Selective Functional Movement Assessment Level 1

  • Evidence Based Pelvic Floor Retraining Certification

  • Sports First Responder & First Aid CPR/AED (level HCP)



Dustin is a physiotherapist who takes great pride in helping people optimize their movement. Dustin is a true believer that improving someone’s movement will aid in their recovery after an injury, help to prevent future injuries and improve their overall performance, function and well-being. MScPT University of Alberta B.B.A University of Regina

Dustin represented Team Saskatchewan at Canada Winter Games and the Allan Cup (Hockey).

He is a 3 Time Academic All-Canadian Athlete Avid golfer and fitness enthusiast.


  • ImPACT Trained Concussion Therapist

  • LearnIMS (Dry Needling)

  • SFMA (Selective Functional Movement Assessment)