Pain Free and Doing What You Love

An active, evidence-based approach to preventing and rehabilitating pain & injuries

How it works?

From pain to performance in five steps.

  • 1. Identify Pain Triggers

    Identify Pain Triggers and Remove the Cause

  • 2. Build Stability

    Build Stability for a Pain-Free Foundation

  • 3. Increase Endurance

    Increase Endurance so you can do the things you love without getting tired

And for those whose life demands it, such as athletes or workers with
higher physical job demands, or those who just want more

  • 4. Build Strength

    Build Strength so you can spare the joints and meet the physical demands that your life demands

  • 5. Develop Power

    Develop Power to maximize force with minimal effort or fatigue


Preventing and Rehabilitating Pain and Injuries.

  • Pain and Injury Rehabilitation

    One-on-one attention, using an evidence-based, active treatment approach focusing on what triggers your pain and removing the cause so you can get relief and do what you love.

  • Comprehensive Low Back Assessment

    The comprehensive back assessment is for challenging cases of low back pain that have tried other approaches to get relief from back pain without success. Following the one-on-one, in-depth consultation you will know what causes your pain and how to avoid it!

  • Online Training

    Want to create a pain-free foundation to prevent injury, improve fitness or performance and want a little guidance? Online training is a new and exciting way to offer health and fitness guidance that can be utilized by anyone from anywhere, offering convenience, responsiveness, flexibility, and affordability. Each program integrates my Five Steps.

Are you suffering with pain or an injury that’s getting in the way of you doing what you love?

I provide an active, one-on-one treatment approach focusing on the cause of the problems, not just the symptoms so you can get relief from pain and get back to doing what you love even when there’s been little to no change with other approaches.

About Jason Lomond
Jason Lomond - Health Professional

It’s all about finding the right solutions to your unique problems or desired goals. My endless curiosity has given me a wide-ranging skill set and depth of knowledge that has enabled me to provide my clients with fresh insights, innovative approaches and ultimately more effective results (which is always my goal!)

My treatment philosophy is built on the strong belief that the more autonomy and confidence someone has, the more successful they will be and the higher their health-related quality of life.

Ready to do what you love doing again?

You experience painful movement with most injuries because the muscles, nerves and brain aren’t working properly, not necessarily because of physical damage to the muscles, tendons or joints (although they may contribute to the pain). This disconnect between muscles, nerves and brain cause not only pain but also weakness and the inability to move properly.

While some approaches chase the symptoms of this “disconnect” I use an approach that actually addresses the cause. Using an integrated model of care, I assess how you move and how your muscles, nerves and brain are working to provide a solution to your pain and discomfort. With full, one-on-one attention to every client, I use the most advanced contemporary therapies, including Redcord Neurac, electro-acupuncture and various soft tissue techniques, in a results-oriented approach designed to restore pain-free movement quickly so you can do what you love!

Want to know more? get in touch to get started.

What Clients are Saying?

How working with Jason Helped me Feel Better?

Comprehensive Low Back Assessment

All back pain has a cause. The comprehensive back assessment is a 3 hour, one-on-one, in-depth consultation designed to identify what causes your pain and develop a plan so you can get relief from pain and get back to doing what you love to do.

What you can expect: Upon leaving the assessment you will:

Receive a copy of the book “Back Mechanic: The Step-by-step McGill Method to fix back pain"

Understand your pain trigger mechanism

Clearly understand what to do to allow pain de-sensitization

Clearly understand how to build a foundation for pain-free movement

Clearly understand some progressions and milestones in terms of exercises and activities

Receive a report with a precise description of your pain trigger(s) (most of the time) sent to yourself and the referring clinician together with a recovery plan

Have follow-up contact and coaching to answer questions and assist in developing progressions for your recovery


Get in touch to learn more

The comprehensive back assessment is for challenging cases of low back pain that have tried other approaches to get relief from back pain without success. Following the one-on-one, in-depth consultation you will know what causes your pain and how to avoid it!

Jason will get back to you within 24 hours.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Everything you need to know before you start.

Who would benefit from your approach?

Although I see acute injuries, which respond rapidly to many of the people that I see have tried just about everything to get rid of their problems without success. My challenge is to “break the code” of each individual and get them on the road back to better function, less pain, and better quality of life.

This approach works particularly well for people that are limited in their ability to do an activity that they want or love to do and want to be actively involved in their own care. On the other hand, this approach probably isn’t for you if you have pain but it’s not a real big priority for you to change anything at this time and you’re not interested in being actively involved in your own care.

What kind of pain and injuries do you treat?

I’ve had good success with a variety of injuries including:

  • Low back and pelvic pain
  • Neck pain (e.g. whiplash, neck pain with headache)
  • Shoulder and arm pain (e.g. impingement, shoulder instability, tennis and golfers elbow)
  • Leg pain, including hip, knee and ankle (e.g. arthritis and patellofemoral pain)

How do I get started?

After you apply for a consultation you’ll start your journey with a 10-15 minute telephone call with me to determine if or how I can help you. If I feel like I can’t help you, I’ll let you know politely, and do my best to point you in the right direction. If I feel like I can help you then we’ll schedule a clinical assessment. The clinical assessment will consist of a one-on-one discussion of your medical history, your personal goals and an assessment of your physical condition. By the end of the clinical assessment you will have a clear picture of your pain triggers and what we can do about it. An individualized treatment plan is developed for you based on the treatment response from the first three consultations.

What do I need before coming in?

Prior to the visit I will email you an intake form to complete, which will provide me with valuable information in understanding your pain or injury. During the visit, you will be asked to move around. Please bring appropriate attire – you may be more active than you have been in a long time. You also need to bring as much information as you can, including any medical reports.

What do you mean by an active treatment approach?

Active treatment means that it’s designed to address the cause of your problems. It requires the client to participate in some manner that works towards a solution. This includes things such as changing lifestyle habits like eating, sleep hygiene, exercise or stress management. In contrast, passive treatment is having someone do something to you.

It’s not that I don’t use passive approaches, which are effective in the short term, in helping you overcome pain and injury. In fact, I do. For instance, I’ve completed the Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program and the Advanced Neurofunctional Sports Performance Certificate at McMaster University along with other training in dry needling and manual therapy. It’s just that I use an overall active approach of engaging you in the treatment process as early as possible because the evidence tells us that this produces the best outcomes, which means you can get back to doing what you love! And despite what others may promise or try to sell you, nothing someone does to you or you take, like a medication, can deliver a lasting result. An active approach is the only way to a lasting change

Is this guaranteed to work?

Unfortunately, the truth of the matter is no! Despite the advertisements that “x” or “y” is guaranteed to work there is no such thing. The only guarantee I will make to you is that you will get my very best, and you will have my undivided attention. In addition to bringing my best, I also use several “checks” to ensure that we’re delivering results. The first is the 10-15 min call. From that call I get a general impression of the “triggers” related to your pain or injury, which means I won’t book the assessment if I don’t think I can help you.

I also use an Assess-Treat-Reassess Model, which means that I consistently assess your response to treatment so you will know if this approach is working for you within 3 visits. Although you may not be 100% after the first 3 consultations, clinical experience using this approach shows that some pain reduction and improved function can be achieved after only 1 treatment session.You should know most of the people that I see are clients who have failed with other approaches and do very well with my model. It's okay to be very hopeful and expect a good result – I do!

Online Training

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As a Certified Exercise Physiologist, online training is a new and exciting way for me to offer my clients what they need, when they need it, without the limitations and expenses of the gym so that I can offer a better, and more cost effective, service than an in-person session. Each program follows steps Two through Five of my Five Step approach, which are:
  • (I) Build Stability
  • (II) Increase Endurance
  • (III) Build Strength
  • (IV) Develop Power
Each programs integrates Nutrition, Movement, Energy System Development and Recovery strategies so you can achieve your injury prevention, fitness and performance goals.
If you’re in the local area and wanting a more individualized approach or you have a very specific goal that requires more than these programs offer, please contact me below.

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Want to know more about our services?

You can find Jason in Bridgewater

Parking: There is convenient parking on location.

Contact Details

Contact Address

64 Dufferin St., Bridgewater, NS, B4V 2G3

Contact Information

Phone: (902) 521-4467

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