About Us

Our Company

At Beamsville Physiotherapy, we know that the most effective physiotherapy starts with understanding your pain and the source of it.

That is why we take pride in the effectiveness of our assessment process and it distinguishes us in our field.

Once we understand what is causing your pain, we use our training and experience to match the problem with science-based physiotherapy. When called for, we will also prescribe exercises to be done between visits to support the healing process.

We treat back and neck pain, sports injuries, workplace injuries, motor vehicle injuries, and issues relating to health conditions and surgeries. We offer manual therapy, acupuncture, an upper extremity program and pelvic floor therapy along with many other services.

For two decades we have been making a positive difference in the health and lives of residents of Beamsville, Lincoln, West Lincoln, Grimsby and surrounding areas in West Niagara.

Our comfortable, bright clinic at 4413 Ontario Street, Beamsville, is on the second floor of a medical arts building and there is ample free parking outside and an elevator to assist you in reaching our clinic. We have roots in this community that go back 20 years and take our role in the community seriously by sponsoring sports teams and treating injured players.

 

Our Team

Dan McQueen, PT, Clinic Owner

Dan McQueen graduated with distinction from McMaster’s Physiotherapy program in 1995. Prior to that he earned his Honour’s Bachelour of Science Degree in Human Kinetics from the University of Guelph.

Since 1998, Dan has owned and operated his physiotherapy practice in Beamsville. Throughout his career, he has taken numerous courses to advance his skills in areas such as manual and manipulative therapy, acupuncture, and specific sports rehabilitation.

He enjoys applying his skills to create individualized treatment plans for each of his patients, maximizing their recovery, and helping his patients return to work, sport and regular activities.

Dan advances the profession of physiotherapy by teaching and mentoring students working towards earning their Masters in Physiotherapy at McMaster University.

In his spare time, Dan enjoys playing competitive hockey as well as golf, woodworking, cooking and spending time with his family.


Brandon Koetsier, PT, MPT

Brandon Koetsier’s physiotherapy training began in Edinburgh, Scotland, where he graduated with distinction from his Masters in Physiotherapy Program in 2014.

He then successfully transferred his credentials to Canadian standards the following year and has been providing physiotherapy since.

Brandon continues to refine his skills through complex courses in areas such as acupuncture, hip, shoulder, and manual therapy. He takes pride in helping you reduce your pain, restore and maintain functional movement, and provide specific and effective treatment so that you can get back to the life you love.

In his spare time, Brandon loves spending time with his wife and two young boys as well as biking, baseball, wood working and golfing.


Natalie Lehto, PT

Natalie Lehto, registered physiotherapist and pelvic floor physiotherapist, is a former competitive gymnast who had firsthand experience with sports injuries. Her prior experiences, combined with her interest in human movement and joy of working with people, natural led her to pursue a career in physiotherapy.

In 1998, Natalie graduated with distinction from the McMaster Physiotherapy program. Prior to that, she earned her Honour’s Bachelour of Science Degree in Human Kinetics at the University of Guelph.

With over two decades of work in orthopedic physiotherapy clinics, Natalie has attained extensive training in advanced manual therapy techniques and has developed valuable therapeutic exercise prescription experience.

Natalie has received advanced training related to treating pelvic health dysfunction and is registered with the CPO to provide Specialized Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy. She also has continued education related to providing treatment for individuals with chronic and persistent pain.

Natalie loves being a physiotherapist and enjoys taking the opportunity to really listen to her patients’ concerns. She provides a gentle pain-free approach to treatment and truly believes in respecting the “whole person” while assisting patients with their physiotherapy goals.

Outside of the clinic, Natalie is a proud “hockey and cross country runner” Mom. When she is not busy taking her two kids to their activities, Natalie enjoys yoga, tennis, golf and anything active outdoors.