Stephanie Nogueira BASc. AHN, MScPT

Stephanie is a physiotherapist at ODECA Health and Rehabilitation — a leading Milton-based health clinic that offers a wide range of comprehensive services to treat acute, chronic and athletic injuries.

Stephanie believes in a functional approach to treating pain and movement dysfunctions and is committed to helping athletes recover and achieve optimal function in their sport and daily activities.

Stephanie brings a breath of knowledge as an avid Ironman Triathlete competing in seven full distance Ironman races, including Brazil, Lake Placid, Canada, Mont Tremblant x2 Florida, Texas, and numerous half Ironman races.  She is an ultra-distance runner, completing in several 50k and 100k races.

She is a graduate of the Masters of Science in Physical Therapy program at Queen’s University and has an undergraduate degree in Applied Human Nutrition from the University of Guelph and studies in Kinesiology and Health Science with a focus on Neurophysiology from York University.

Stephanie is a Level 2 Functional Dry Needling practitioner and is working towards gaining her instructor status with Kinetacore.  She is an Active Release Technique (ART®) and APTE acupuncture provider.  Stephanie is a certified Complete Concussion Management practitioner, the only comprehensive concussion program in Milton.  Stephanie continues expand her studies in vestibular rehabilitation, specficially looking at rehabilitation of concussion related vestibular issues.

Outside of her passion for triathlon and running, she is an avid cyclist at the Milton Velodrome. Stephanie is a Classical Ballet teacher, with 15 years of study in Cecchetti Ballet methodology.

To book an appointment and learn more about the services Stephanie provides, go to

Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine

Regine Gorospe, R.Ac, R.TCMP

Regine Gorospe

Regine is a Registered Acupuncturist and Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner (R.Ac, R.TCMP). She uses Traditional Chinese Medicine diagnostic tools such as Tongue and Pulse Diagnosis and Meridian Palpation to identify one’s imbalance and overall state of health. Her goal is to prevent major illness and identify the underlying cause of disease and treat it with the least invasive therapies.

The treatment modalities she uses include Body and Scalp Acupuncture (Manual and Electroacupuncture Manipulation), Tuina, Cupping, Moxabustion, Chinese Herbal Medicine and Medicated Diet. Depending on the person’s diagnosic pattern, a combination of these will be chosen to help bring the body back to balance.

Over the last 5 years, she has worked in professions that strived to integrate the best of both Eastern and Western Practices.  She has worked as a Healthy Living Advisor at Rexall Pharmacy and a Chinese Medicine Acupuncturist and Physiotherapist Assistant at Aim2walk Neurological Rehabilitation Clinic and Habitual Fitness and Lifestyle Gym. 

While she believes that the best education comes from experience, she formally studied at the University of Toronto, earning an Honours Bachelor of Science in Biology and Psychology and at The Toronto School or Traditional Chinese Medicine and Institute of Traditional Medicine, earning her diploma as a Practitioner of Chinese Medicine.

You can connect with Regine directly for more information @ 647.909.2358 or