About us

Vitality's Core Values




Vitality Therapy is committed to living its core values in order to better serve its clientele. We believe the time we spend with our patients sets us apart from other medical professionals.

Vitality Therapy provides a unique approach to healing the human body.  Our objectives are to address the root causes of pain and not just the symptoms.

Our qualified staff includes medical professionals that work together to provide the most appropriate rehabilitation methods for each individual patient.

Meet the Vitality Team

Our qualified staff includes medical professionals that work together to provide the most appropriate rehabilitation methods 

for each individual patient


Kevin completed his bachelor degree in Exercise Science at Concordia University with a specialization in Athletic Therapy. He quickly realized his passion for manual clinical work and completed his studies to become an Osteopath at the Collège d’Étude Ostéopathique de Montréal. His thesis was done on “The Influence of Osteopathic Treatment on Neurophysiological and Behavioural Capacities in an Active Population”.


As an Osteopath we are always looking to rid the body of barriers that are preventing the natural healing process of the body. Kevin treats patients for various conditions such as sport injuries, back pain, concussions, digestive problems, and much more.


One of Kevin’s other passions was to develop educational seminars for our patient base and friends to better understand the amazing machine called the human body.


• What does the physical body need to stay optimal

• The importance positive thought has on our health

• The impact various foods have on our health.


Jason Turnbull graduated from Concordia University in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science and specialization in Athletic Therapy and obtained his national certification in June 2002.


Jason continued his studies at the Canadian College of Osteopathy in Toronto, ON and completed the five year curriculum in April 2010. He defended his thesis entitled “The Effects of Global Osteopathic Treatment on Constipation as measured by the SF-36 and the Bristol Stool Scale”, on November 1st, 2012 and was the recipient of the William Garner Sutherland Award for his accomplishments in clinical research.


Following his University graduation in 2001, Jason worked at Seaway Physiotherapy Centre, a private clinic located in Prescott, ON. Jason gained tremendous experience in his 6 years at the clinic, as it enabled him to see and treat a diverse population with comprehensive skeletal injuries. It was during his time at Seaway Physio where his passion for manual therapy emerged.


The concept of Vitality Multitherapy Clinic has been an interest of Jason’s for many years- an inviting environment where patients are personally cared for in all aspects of their life through various disciplines of health care.


Although my first priority is to relieve a person of discomfort and pain, that is only the beginning.

I teach that health is more than being symptom free and that a high level of wellness can be achieved by nearly everyone if given the right guidance.

Once immediate pain or symptoms have been eliminated, attention may then be focused on strengthening the body, increasing flexibility, boosting energy, enhancing sleep, increasing one’s resistance to disease and developing emotional and physical hardiness, all of which lead to a more positive attitude, improved relationships and a healthier life.


Robust health (wellness) encompasses a great deal more than just not being sick.

My enthusiasm for health and well-being was developed over many years of playing elite level sports. I grew up competing in hockey, soccer and rugby and was fortunate to have my passion lead me to playing collegiate level athletics.


It was during these athletic endeavors that I realized how much overall health and fitness plays a role in determining one’s performance.

Eager to learn more about the relationship between health and peak performance, I completed a Bachelors of Science in Biology and earned a Doctorate in Chiropractic at Life University in Atlanta, Georgia in March of 2005.


I furthered that search by later obtaining my Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist qualification through the National Strength and Conditioning Association.

For the past 7 years I have had the opportunity to gain experience in the chiropractic field, working with a wide variety of people of all ages and backgrounds, from athletes to weekend warriors and most recently spent 2 years in Vancouver, British Colombia working under the guidance of Dr. Kenneth Mikkelsen (Chiropractor for the Canadian National Swim Team).


I am excited to have made the move to back to the West Island and look forward to helping you travel the path from pain relief to wellness.

Read more about Dr. Sean Landry and how Chiropractic can help here – WestIslandChiropractic.com


Catherine’s passion for studies in the Health Sciences and inspiration during her treatments in athletic therapy and osteopathy lead her to her studies at the Collège d’Études Osthéopathiques de Montréal. Following four and a half years of studies and completing her Internship and Essay following research on the effects of osteopathy on post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), she earned her D.O. (Diploma of Osteopathy) in May 2020.


Catherine began working at Vitality shortly after beginning her Osteopathy studies. She worked as a receptionist and administrative assistant and learned first-hand the workings of a clinic that offers a complete holistic approach. Gaining experience as an intern and now practicing as an osteopath she is enthusiastic about offering quality treatments to her own patients of all ages.


With a background in competitive athletics she has experience with the high-pressure atmosphere of competitive sport and is also passionate about treating babies and children. Courtesy of her research she continues to have special interest in treating those with conditions relative to PTSD and anxiety. 


I have been a chiropractor since 2005. I practiced 16 years in Victoria, British Columbia before moving back to Québec in 2021. I am a firm believer in mixing different forms of therapies which is why I am  joining a multidisciplinary clinic on the West Island of Montréal named Vitality Multitherapy Clinic. More than work, this is my vocation. I enjoy solving each patient’s biomechanical ‘puzzle’ thereby releasing the tension or stress held in their tissues, muscles or joints. It is rewarding to see patients recover hope as their bodies heal. I like helping them regain awareness, understand what is happening and motivating them to ‘stay aligned’ by maintaining/developing healthy habits such as fitness and proper nutrition. The most precious aspect of my practice is the trust people place in me, allowing me to be present for them at their most vulnerable.


Lindsay has been practicing professional massage with passion and dedication since 2007 as a certified member of the Fédération Québécoise des Massothérapeutes.


Throughout her years of experience, Lindsay has greatly enhanced her abilities in a variety of massage techniques and thanks to her heightened skills was also given the opportunity to pass along her knowledge via a teaching position. With a special interest in therapeutic Swedish massage and lymphatic drainage massage, she has had the honor of working with a wide array of clientele including pre and post-operative patients, athletes, as well as desk jockeys suffering from repetitive movement aches and pains.


With an intuitive touch and a heart centered approach, her skilled hands will help you along your path to comfort and wellness.

Alongside massage, Lindsay’s other interests include yoga and painting as well as cooking and eating great food!


Valérie graduated from McGill University in 2013 with a Master’s degree in Physiotherapy in addition to a Bachelor’s degree in Rehabilitation Science. She is a registered physiotherapist and a member of the Ordre Professionel des Physiothérapeutes du Quebec.


Throughout her internships, she realized that her passion was focused on pain relief,  treatment and prevention of further injury.  Valérie also has a strong interest in manual therapy.  She has completed her levels 1 and 2 in manual therapy and plans on completing further levels as well. She also has been educated on the use of Rock Tape for different types of injuries and she has followed a weekend class on the prevention of running injuries.


As Valérie played soccer for the Quebec provincial team, she has always had a special interest in sports medicine. Valerie volunteered for two years as a student-therapist for the Mcgill Redmen soccer varsity team where she learned stability tapings and first aid.


The vision presented at Vitality meshed well with Valérie’s beliefs as the focus is concentrated on looking at the individual as a whole and finding the cause of the issue.

Outside of the clinic Valérie enjoys snowboarding, running, cycling and cooking.


My name is Alicia Neasmith, I’m a Registered Massage Therapist in Quebec with École de Massothérapie Adam (1000+ hours) and in Ontario with The Royal Canadian College of Massage Therapy (2200 hours).


I specialize in deep tissue massage, active release techniques (ART), fascial stretch therapy and myofascial techniques. I use my constantly evolving skill set to treat a variety of soft tissue injuries that cause clients pain, discomfort, tightness and loss of mobility.


On the side, I am a certified personal trainer and holistic nutrition advisor. I’ve been working in the field for over 10 years.

Using a combination of my skillset in massage, training and nutrition my goal is to help others live a happier, healthier & pain free life.


When I am not working you will probably find me at the gym. I’ve been involved in high level competitive sports my entire life; swimming, soccer, weightlifting, bodybuilding  & Brazilian jiu jitsu as well as the entertainment industry as a stunt double and fitness model.


Riley was first introduced to the philosophy of osteopathy through fellow team member, Dr. Sean Landry, when she became his patient in 2012. She was amazed by the dramatic effects manual therapy had on her personal health and healing. The philosophy of osteopathy resonated so much with her beliefs that she made a career change from marketing and enrolled at the College D’etudes Osteopathiques de Montreal.  She joined the Vitality team as an osteopath in October 2018.


Riley has completed continuing education on the osteopathic approach to:


  • pediatrics
  • obstetrics
  • gynecology
  • stress
  • concussions
  • athlete care


Riley will be presenting her case study on the osteopathic approach to endometriosis in the fall of 2020. While she enjoys a diverse patient base, since starting her career as an osteopath Riley has taken a keen interest in the effects manual therapy can have on women’s health. She strongly believes that it is important for more research to be done surrounding women’s health to erase the embedded belief that pain and issues affecting our pelvis are normal. Throughout her career she hopes to create more dialogue surrounding women’s health, a domain that is too often silenced. There is ample research showing the effectiveness of manual therapy in helping women with: infertility, c-section recovery, delivery outcomes, pain & other symptoms during pregnancy, endometriosis, painful periods, absence of periods, painful intercourse, incontinence just to name a few. She looks forward to working with you!


I worked for over 15 years as a manager in the hockey industry before taking a break to stay home and raise my children.  While being a stay at home mom I started running and falling in love with the sport.  I decided to train for a marathon.  Since then I have completed over 20 races.  


I have been employed at Vitality since 2017, I am so fortunate to work with such great people and clients.  


When I am not working you can find me exploring the outdoors and watching my kids hockey and soccer games.


Since her very young age, Stephanie has always wanted to help others. Through osteopathy, Stephanie found a way to have a connection with her patients that would potentialize the benefits of the therapy. 


After completing Health Science courses, Stephanie realized she was particularly fascinated by the human body and decided to pursue a career in the field.


She has been studying at the Collège d’Études Ostéopathiques de Montréal for the past 5 years where she has been able to learn and practice the various concepts of Osteopathy. 


Stephanie’s attentive and caring personality shows priority to the well-being of her patients. She is motivated to work with her patients in light of a pain-free future. 


Other than Osteopathy, Stephanie has always loved going on adventures, exploring the world, playing sports and music.


His interest in the field of Integrative medicine began years ago when he resided in Italy. After experiencing the remarkable benefits of Traditional Chinese Medicine first hand, Antonio’s desire to learn was ignited and has since steered his life completely through to this direction.


Dr. Bruno Zappia M.D., T.C.M. Dr., well known as one of the main founders of Chinese Medicine in Italy, was predominantly responsible for instilling passion and curiosity in Antonio. Dr. Zappia has been a mentor to Antonio, taking him under his wing and teaching him the philosophy and wisdom of this ancient art.


Antonio obtained his degrees between Italy and Canada, however, attracted by the open mindedness of integrative medicine in North America, he chose to establish his practice Ottawa.


Constantly researching and studying new techniques to reach new boundaries of medicine, he strongly believes that any disease can be treated and that the success over any ailment comes from the proper knowledge applied. He is continuously amazed by the effectiveness of all sciences of healing and its power to help people find relief on the physical level and beyond.


Although Antonio enjoys treating all types of diseases, he is particularly interested in acute and chronic pain, chronic degenerative conditions, digestion disorders, and anything that challenges his knowledge and pushes him to new understandings.


Antonio is also deeply involved in meditation, Pranayama techniques, and the study of Advaita Vedanta (transcendental eastern philosophy).


Having been an elite soccer player for many years, Chloé remains passionate for sports therapy. Her academic journey led her to graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology. She then decided to sign up in physiotherapy and received her Master of Science in Physiotherapy. Through her combination of expertise, she can not only help her clients during the injury rehabilitation process, but also guide them to a return to play or return to daily activities.


With time, she had the opportunity to acquire experience as an athlete, a physiotherapist at multiple sport physiotherapy clinics, as well as on field as head physiotherapist for the McGill University’s men’s soccer team and for the Montreal Royal, a professional frisbee team in the American Ultimate Disc League (AUDL).


She values health in harmony with a good physical condition. Her goal is to help you achieve a healthy and active lifestyle!


Education and Training Courses:

  • Sc. Kinesiology – University of Montreal
  • Sc. Physiotherapy – University of Montreal
  • Membre de l’Ordre professionnel de la physiothérapie du Québec (OPPQ)
  • Diplôme intermédiaire de physiothérapie manuelle orthopédique – Niveau 2 Quadrants supérieur et inférieur – AQPMO
  • Taping – Clinique de Médecine du Sport du CHUM et de l’Université de Montréal
  • Premier répondant et RCR/DEA niveau ISS – Croix-Rouge Canadienne
  • Nouveautés dans la prévention des blessures en course à pied – La Clinique du Coureur
  • Positionnement et prévention des blessures chez le cycliste – Bia Formation
  • Entraînement et préparation physique pour cyclistes – Bia Formation


Andrea has always had an interest for health and wellness, but it was a referral in osteopathy in 2013 which inspired her to enroll at the Collège d’Études Ostéopathique where she completed 5 years of osteopathic studies.


Throughout her 3 years of treating patients at the college’s external clinic she got the opportunity to treat people from all backgrounds and for a large variety of health issues and injuries. She holds specific interests in women’s health issues, in the impact of stress on the body’s physiology, as well as in the somato-emotional connection.


An avid hiker, runner and beginner in yoga, Andrea understands the importance of an active lifestyle and aims to help her patients return to their favourite activities without pain or discomfort.


Her approach is based off the understanding that no two people are the same which is why every session is tailored to the individual’s needs and goals, with the understanding that these will change and evolve overtime.


Stephanie comes from a diverse background having over 15 years experience in customer service and working in the theatre as a writer, actor and producer. After taking time off to raise her children she was ready for a new challenge and she jumped at the chance to work with the talented team at Vitality. Stephanie will always greet you with a smile and is happy to take your calls, answer your questions and help navigate you onto the path to your optimal health.

Currently, Stephanie splits her time between working at Vitality and teaching her improv program in the west island. When she’s not working you’ll find Stephanie cheering on her children at gymnastics and the baseball diamond!


Anne Archambault is an educator with over 25 years’ experience working with people with different needs. She serves as part-time Faculty Lecturer at Concordia University teaching Therapeutic Recreation and offers Yoga and personnel development workshops for a variety of organizations such as Bell Canada and McGill University,  non-profits and long-term care facilities, private studios. She is a recognized educator with Yoga Alliance. Combining her talents as a teacher, therapist and yogi, Anne’s practice offers tailored courses and well-being workshops. She shares her experience, wisdom and knowledge with a light and humorous touch accompanying you at your rhythm. Anne currently lives in Montréal, Quebec where she shares her life with her two sons, husband and Maïna, her amazing 3-legged Husky.