Who We Are
C.S. Physiotherapy & Wellness Centre’s mission is to provide the Greater Kingston Area with exceptional quality, evidence-based physiotherapy and kinesiology services with a focus on health promotion and patient centred care. We offer comprehensive services for orthopaedic, workplace, and motor vehicle accident injuries. Our services are delivered by highly educated and passionate physiotherapists and kinesiologist with the intention of optimizing function, decreasing discomfort and promoting independence. We are committed to a clinic that is a positive space where all staff members, clients, and community members are treated with respect, compassion, and empathy.
Owner & Registered Physiotherapist
Caitlin Cerre-Lee graduated from Queen’s University with a specialization in Life Sciences in 2005 and a Masters in Physiotherapy in 2008. Caitlin believes that the human body is not just made up of parts, but connects as a whole. Subsequently, she has developed her hands on skills to help improve your pain and function. She has enhanced her manual therapy skills through a variety of courses (myofascial release, soft tissue release, Mulligan techniques, and has completed her level 2 upper and lower level orthopaedic division manual courses).
Caitlin has completed a 15 day course entitled the Discover Physio Series that has allowed her to focus on body alignment, biomechanics, and control in order to treat your injury. She has completed her level 1 of visceral manipulation. She has also taken courses in: temporomandibular joint (TMJ), golf injury prevention, chronic pain management, acupuncture, therapeutic taping, concussion education, posture and breathing, and running injury prevention. She has experience working with WSIB, motor vehicle accidents (MVA), chronic pain, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, peripheral and spinal injuries, post-operative/surgical rehab, balance training, postural dysfunction and sports related injuries.
Her interests include: soccer, hockey, swimming, biking, running, strength training, coaching field hockey and anything that keeps her outdoors.
Owner & Registered Kinesiologist
Scott McAllister graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University in 2010 with an Honours degree in Kinesiology and Physical Education. Since that time, he has been working in private-practice as a Kinesiologist in his home town of Kingston Ontario. Scott, like his colleague Caitlin (with whom he has worked collaboratively with for 9 years), always looks at the whole person when analyzing how the body moves and functions. He takes a no-nonsense and honest approach to working with patients from all backgrounds including, WSIB, Veterans Affairs Canada, Private Insurance and Motor Vehicle Accident patients. He believes hydration, nutrition, sleep, exercise, and establishing good lifestyle habits are all an essential component of rehabilitation from injury. Scott is also trained in providing Functional Ability Evaluations as well as Post Offer of Employment testing. He has taken a number of continuing education courses over the years including: soft tissue release, chronic pain management, laser therapy certification, golf injury prevention, and pelvic floor rehabilitation among others. Scott’s interests include: hiking & camping, guitar, hobby farming, biking and spending time in the outdoors with his family.
*Fun Fact: C.S. Physiotherapy & Wellness Centre gets its name from its co-founders Caitlin and Scott as well as their first born sons “Charlie” & “Sawyer”.
I completed the Medical Office Administration diploma program at Academy of Learning Business College. As Office Administrator at C.S. Physiotherapy & Wellness Centre, I work and assist patients of many different sectors including private, WSIB, MVA, and Veterans Affairs Canada. I strive to help patients to make all administration concerns as easy and simple as possible.
Outside of work my interests include dance of all forms including salsa, meringue, and bachata, but especially ballet which I have trained most of my life. I also enjoy fitness training and most outdoor activities.
- Medical Office Administration – Academy of Learning Business College
- Recreation Management – Algonquin College
- Recreation Leisure Services – Algonquin College
- Jazz Teacher Certificate – British Academy of Teachers of Dancing
Ellen is a proud Kingstonian who is very excited to return to the city where she grew up. Ellen is a registered physiotherapist in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario. She attended Queen’s University, graduating with her Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy in 2005. She has worked primarily in orthopedics since graduation, at private clinics and as a civilian contractor for the Canadian Forces. Ellen has completed post graduate training in orthopaedic manual therapy, acupuncture, soft tissue techniques, running injury management, TMJ, concussion management, and persistent pain. Ellen is very patient focussed, and will work with you to set your goals in order return you to your full movement and activity. She has extensive experience treating a wide variety of injuries, and has unique experience with special populations including dancers and other athletes, ultrarunners, Ehler’s-Danlos Syndrome, military members, Veteran’s Affairs, post-surgical, WSIB, and MVA. Ellen understands human physiology, takes an evidence-based approach to treatment, and understands the role of factors such as sleep, stress, nutrition, and hydration in your recovery.
Outside of work, Ellen is busy raising two young daughters alongside her husband. She is an avid runner, and recently qualified for the 2020 Boston Marathon but was sadly unable to participate due to its cancellation. She is looking forward to running it at a future date! She particularly loves running on trails, and in 2019 completed her first 50km trail race. Her past athletics experience include running, dance (RAD grade 8 ballet), yoga (Hatha, yin, restorative), swimming and lifeguarding, ultimate frisbee, rowing, canoeing, kayaking, and sailing. She also enjoys sewing and knitting.