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Our Team

Regulated Health Care Professionals

Paul Osadzuk

Paul Osadzuk


Owner/Physical Therapist

Paul was raised in the Owen Sound area near Big Bay and attended school at Hillcrest and West Hill. Paul left Owen Sound attending the University of Guelph for Human Kinetics and later the University of Toronto to become a Physical Therapist. Throughout his professional career Paul has practiced in orthopaedics physical therapy with a keen interest in sports injury rehabilitation.

Paul returned to Owen Sound with his wife Michele, also a native to Owen Sound, to raise their family son, Christian and daughter Arenn. Paul founded Bayshore Physical Therapy in 1998 and has watched the business expand and develop to its present state employing 3 Physical Therapists, 1 PTA, 2 Administrative staff, and a RMT. Paul has acquired additional specialized training in management of chronic disease such as Diabetes, Osteoporosis, Pre-Diabetes (Metabolic syndrome), Osteoarthritis, and Chronic Pain. Paul collaborated with members of our local Family Health Team and the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care in research project related to diabetes management. Paul worked with the Owen Sound Family Health Team form 2011 until 2018 as a lifestyle coach and presently as a Master Trainer for the Group Lifestyle BalanceTM Program Diabetes prevention initiative. Paul is also a member of the Primary Care Advisory Committee to the Ontario Physiotherapy Association Board of Directors.

Jennifer Earnest

Jennifer Earnest

PT, MPT, B.Sc. (Hons) Kin.

Physical Therapist

Jenn graduated from Western University in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science with Honors in Kinesiology. She remained at Western to complete her Masters of Physical Therapy, graduating in 2012. Jenn has taken several musculoskeletal post-graduate courses, holds her Level 2 Acupuncture through AFCI, and is certified in concussion management and treatment through Complete Concussion Management. She has taken a variety of vestibular rehabilitation and has taken a special interest in assessment and treatment of vestibular conditions.

Jenn strives to provide the highest quality of care that is individualized to each client she works with. She takes pride in assisting her clients with achieving their goals, improving their quality of life, and returning to the things they love.

Jenn was born and raised in Owen Sound was happy to be able to return to pursue her career. When she is not working, you can find her spending family time with her daughter, husband, and dog, snowboarding, weight-lifting, and gardening.

Neha Parikh

Neha Parikh

PT, BPTh, Physical Therapist

Neha graduated with her Bachelor in Physiotherapy from Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, India in 2014. Since then she worked in India for a few years before coming to Canada. Currently, she is pursuing her Level 1 in Pelvic Health and looking forward to providing treatment and management for Pelvic conditions.

As a physical therapist, Neha evaluates and assesses patients thoroughly to create an individualized plan of care. She enjoys meeting new patients and discovering how she can best help each individual improve their health and function through physical therapy. She focuses on quality over quantity of movement. She is attentive to each patient's goals and seeks to provide patient-centred and evidence-based care.

Neha enjoys spending time with family and friends in her free time. She also loves a good book, outdoor adventures, travelling, hiking, and coffee.


Grant Bradley


(Registered Massage Therapist)

Grant has been with our Bayshore Physical Therapy team for 9 years, he was born near Wiarton and lived on/off the Bruce Peninsula until he started his training to become a Massage Therapist at Centennial College in Scarborough (2007 - 2010).

For many years Grant has been learning about Reiki and other relaxation techniques. This fostered a desire to care for others and help people feel great. He soon realized he wanted to know more about the Human body, so he could help in more specific and direct ways. Grant decided Massage Therapy would give him that scientific education, technical understanding and hands on training.

For over 10 years, Grant has been helping people with rehabilitation, fascial work, deep tissue and sports massage. He also does specialized treatments to help with TMJ and jaw dysfunction.

So, whether it's specific, therapy focused massage, general relaxation massage or a nice blend of the two, he will strive to work with his clients to develop an individual treatment plan and an approach that will suit their goals.
As well as a massage therapist, he is a husband, a father of two wonderful boys, and a regenerative farmer.

Administrative Professionals

Jennifer Airdrie-Fischer

Jennifer Airdrie-Fischer

Clinic Administrator &
Office Manager

Jennifer came to Bayshore Physical Therapy in 2011 with a diploma in Medical Office Administration. As the Clinic Administrator she is determination to provide a very pleasant and professional experience for all of our patients.
Jennifer moved to Chatsworth when she was 13 and loved the small town life so much that she bought a house there with her two children Austin and Aly. In 2013, she expanded her family which now includes her Husband Dustin and her 2 step children Kaleb and Nathan. They still love their little community and just recently bought their 2nd home there!

Jennifer loves spending time with her family, including her 3 fur babies Bailey, Remy and Nova! She also enjoys playing with her cricut and she can always find the time to enjoy her passion for photography, which she usually does at any family outing and of course of her Dogs!




Administrator Assistant

Meghan’s goal is to welcome everyone with her friendly smile and make sure all of our clients have a great experience. She graduated from Georgian College in Barrie with a Diploma in Occupational therapy and Physical Therapy Assisting in 2017. She was a college student with Bayshore Physical Therapy in 2017 before completing her schooling. 


Meghan was born and raised in small Meaford, where she now lives with her husband and their son, Bo. When she is not working, she enjoys playing hockey and baseball. She also enjoys spending time outside with her family and friends going for hikes, snowshoeing and bike rides with her family.

If you’re still looking for more information about Bayshore Physical Therapy, don’t hesitate to contact our office.

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