Clinic Location & Hours:

8:00am – 8:00pm (Mon-Sun) By Appointment Only

476 Woodlawn Rd E, Guelph

Meet Sarah Ongarato, RMT

Sarah Ongarato, RMT

Sarah will be joining us at Synergy Sport Therapy as of December 1st, 2020

Sarah is a Certified Personal Trainer and Registered Massage Therapist. She graduated from Conestoga College in 2017 for Fitness and Health Promotion and has been working as a Personal Trainer and Class instructor ever since. She graduated from the Massage Therapy program at Mohawk College in 2019 where she worked with the Hamilton Tiger Cats and with chronic pain clients. Sarah is also an elite athlete herself having played competitive soccer for 9 years. Sarah uses her experience as an elite athlete and as a personal trainer in her approach to therapy focusing on proper muscle function, deeper tissue massage and she also uses cupping massage as a modality within her practice. Sarah is currently taking on new clients.


Lori Stevenson is a Certified Athletic Therapist and Registered Massage Therapist.

Lori Stevenson is a Certified Athletic Therapist and Registered Massage Therapist.

She is exceptional in prevention, maintenance and increasing functional capacity. She uses her background in athletic therapy to provide a thorough assessment to each and every client, getting to the root of your pain and helping you to over come your dysfunction.

Lori spent 5 years working as the Guelph Storm Athletic Therapist, has extensive experience working with concussion and chronic pain clients and thrives on helping you reach your goals.

You may have seen her around the clinic over the last few years and you may have even had the pleasure of being treated by her.

We are so excited to have Lori joining us at Synergy Sport Therapy 🎉

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Injury Prevention

Have you ever wondered what we mean by Injury Prevention…or how it applies to you?

Here are a few examples of injury prevention clients we see in the clinic.

  • 8 year old female soccer player wanting to prevent ankle sprains and ACL tears
  • 12 year old baseball player who has an abnormal running gait. We work on strength, stability and gait
  • 17 years old cheerleader, working on increasing her resiliency to prevent knee, back and shoulder injuries.
  • 32 years old office worker wanting to avoid overuse neck and shoulder pain
  • 36 year old dad wanting to be able to keep up with his kids, but worried he will hurt his back like his dad
  • 40 year old who started back at the gym and isn’t sure he is doing squats, dead lifts or most of his exercises correctly
  • 47 year old recreational runner wanting to increase run duration without foot pain
  • 60 year old bus driver worried he will get the same low back and shoulder pain all his colleague have
  • 67 year old with a history of falling, wants to be safe walking to and from work

Athletic Therapists and Massage Therapists are trained in injury prevention, and although it is not the most common reason people seek out treatment, it might be a good choice for you.

See how we can help you reduce the risk of injury, before you get hurt.