Située au 2555, boulevard St-Joseph, suite 403, Orléans ON K1C 1S6 (613) 824-4223
In 1970, founder Dr. Jean-Paul Ouellette obtained his medical degree from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Ottawa.
Family physicians dedicated to treating musculoskeletal pain
In 1970, Dr. Jean-Paul Ouellette obtained his medical degree from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Ottawa.
He liked his practice very much but after five years he realized that he needed to acquire more knowledge concerning the management of patients suffering from persistent and recurrent (chronic) musculoskeletal problems.
In 1977, Dr. Ouellette began studying orthopedic medicine, and more specifically the James Cyriax method, which comes from England.
In 1980, he completed a fellowship in orthopedic medicine (Cyriax) at the school of medicine at the University of Rochester, in New York State, and learned there the three basic principles of Dr. James Cyriax, is:
In 1980, his practice focused on orthopedic medicine. Dr. Ouellette is considered worldwide as one of the experts in Prolotherapy and has been invited to speak in Canada, the United States, Central America, Europe and China. He has published articles on orthopedic medicine and Prolotherapy.
Dr. Ouellette also volunteers as a doctor. Since 1985, assisted by his wife Louise and their four children, he has travelled twelve (12) times to Central America (Honduras and Nicaragua) to treat, as a voluntary doctor, poor people suffering from muscular problems. Skeletal. He also taught doctors in Honduras to use Prolotherapy so that people could benefit from pain relief long after they left.
In 2010, Dr. Jean-Paul Ouellette received the 2010 Award of Excellence from the American Association of Orthopedic Medicine (AAOM). Each year the AAOMawards this prize of excellence to one of its members who have distinguished himself by his work, his passion and for his exceptional contribution in the field of Orthopedic Medicine.
Since 2014, Dr. Erik Ouellette has been the medical director of the clinic.
Dr. Erik Ouellette first obtained a Bachelor of Science-Biology degree from the University of Ottawa.
Dr. Erik Ouellette then completed his medical training at the University of Montreal in 1997.
In 2001, after having completed two years of training in general surgery and two years of training in family medicine, he became a member of the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the College of Doctors of Quebec.
Dr. Erik Ouellette has pursued medical training in emergency medicine and Orthopedic Medicine since 2001.
After spending time with his mentor and father, Dr. Jean-Paul Ouellette, he deepened his knowledge in order to offer solutions to patients suffering from musculoskeletal pain.
In 2005 Dr. Erik Ouellette obtained an emergency medicine certificate issued by the College of Family Physicians of Canada. He also completed the training and obtained the IROM (Interventional and Regenerative Orthopedic Medicine) certification issued by the American Association of Orthopedic Medicine.
Dr. Erik Ouellette has participated in humanitarian aid programs in Honduras, a Third World country. He provided medical care to people in need. Dr. Erik Ouellette contributes to the training of doctors and to the teaching of P and PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy), in Canada and abroad.
Dr. Erik Howarth studied biochemistry and medicine here at the University of Ottawa, graduated in 1997.
He then completed his family medicine residency at Queen's University in Kingston in 1999.
He practiced family medicine for 17 years, in Ottawa and in the regions. He has always had an interest in several vexing problems in family medicine, including chronic pain and palliative care, etc.
Over the years, he realized that his patients continued to suffer from their back pain, joints, fibromyalgia, etc. despite the best care he could provide. He realized that there was a gulf between the care he could offer and the needs of these people.
Thanks to the encouragement of several mentors, he undertook, in 2015, studies and training in chronic pain. As early as 2016, he began to apply his knowledge and treat suffering patients.
In 2018, Dr. Erik Howarth met with Dr. Erik Ouellette. Under his supervision, he developed and deepened his knowledge of regenerative medicine. Although there is still much to learn in medicine, even after twenty years of career, he has the feeling that here, at the Orthopedic Medicine Clinic, he finds himself among dedicated and passionate professionals. Dr. Howarth is pleased to join the clinic to offer treatment solutions and restore hope to patients.
In 2019, he obtained the Change of scope from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario for interventional pain treatment.