Who Are We?

The WombCare Virtual Clinic is dedicated to providing culturally sensitive pelvic and women’s health care throughout one’s life course. We want to break the silence around key women’s health issues such as menstruation, uterine fibroids, PCOS, endometriosis, pelvic pain, incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, pre-natal/postpartum support, and menopause. Addressing these common reproductive issues are crucial for all people, especially marginalized communities who lack access to qualified healthcare professionals. Our culturally sensitive and compassionate team has advanced skills in pelvic health management, nutrition, exercise therapy, and psychoeducation. Our team consists of a kinesiologist, pelvic health physiotherapist, naturopathic doctor, and social worker who are ready to take care of all your pelvic health needs. Together, we want to provide you with hope, healing, and the best support along your journey.

Meet the Team

AMOY JACQUESRegistered Kinesiologist
JOANNE UKPOSIDOLOCertified Pelvic Floor Therapist
DILINI MOHANOccupational Therapist

Amoy Jacques, MPH, R. Kin

Amoy Jacques successfully completed a Master of Public Health and graduated Summa Cum Laude at the University of Montana on May 12, 2018.   She has a sincere passion to improve the health, wellness and policies that support and protect women (particularly those of African descent) during their reproductive years.  She was fortunate to gain exceptional experience at two graduate internships in Los Angeles, California.  She worked as a public health intern with the Association of Wholistic and Maternal Newborn Health (AWMNH). Together with the executive director, they planned, implemented and evaluated the 2015 Mother Friendly Childbirth Initiative (MFCI) conference to improve community-based doula care and midwifery services for minority group women.  As a graduate student at the Pasadena Public Health department, she worked with the Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health director to develop evaluation tools for the Black Infant Health Program  to improve its effectiveness for future expectant black mothers.  Additionally, she has been invited as a guest speaker at local Afro-Caribbean events on various topics such as fibroid management, and restoration of physical, mental and spiritual well-being.

Amoy currently works as a Registered Kinesiologist for over 13 years with Altum Health – University Health Network on the planning, implementation and evaluation of chronic disability management programs for injured workers.

She is also the Founder/CEO of WombCare – a reproductive health and wellness agency seeking to conduct research with health agencies across Canada and create equitable programs, and policies for women, particularly those from marginalized communities.

Outside of WombCare work, Amoy’s first love is spending quality time with her husband of nine years. Her second love is dancing a variety of styles: ballet, jazz, Afro-Caribbean, and soca.

Joanne Ukposidolo, HBSc, MSc. PT

Joanne graduated from McMaster University with a double major in Biology & Psychology (H.BSc, 2007). Soon after, she completed a two year intensive Masters program in Physical Therapy from the University of Toronto (M.Sc PT, 2010).

As an empathetic and passionate practitioner, Joanne focuses on the root cause of injury and works collaboratively with patients in an active holistic approach using manual therapy, soft tissue techniques, exercise prescription and physical modalities for pain control.

Joanne strives to empower patients through education.  She understands the beautiful intimate relationship between mental and physical health, and she enjoys being an active key component in increasing her patient’s quality of life. Whether by educating individuals about their condition, providing postural correction and activity modification, she is a firm believer in actively engaging patients to treat and prevent re-injury thereby achieving and exceeding their specific rehabilitation goals.

Joanne is a certified Pelvic Floor therapist and is an enthusiastic educator when it comes to core musculature including proper breathing techniques and its incorporation into rehabilitation and performance. She uses this knowledge in addition to mindfulness and intention in all areas of her practice.

Outside of the clinic, Joanne strives to be active. She has a healthy obsession playing squash, tennis, ultimate frisbee and any High Intensity Interval Training classes/activity. She respects yoga and understands that it is the physical tax she must pay to continue quick bursts sports and activities. She enjoys defying gravity and hiking mountains. Loves travelling and reads quite a bit; it feeds her soul.

Dilini Mohan, HBSc, MSc. OT

Dilini Mohan has spent the past 15 years building expertise in holistic pain and mood management and she’s passionate about using her training and experience to empower women to intentionally create the change they want in their bodies and their lives.

Dilini supports people as they navigate pain and trauma, establish new identities and routines, find meaning and balance in their lives, and manage the roller coaster of moods that may come up.

She is committed to learning and sharing information.  After obtaining her Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy from the Queen’s University in 2006, she has immersed herself in learning about:

  • Pain management;
  • Core and external pelvic floor assessment and intervention;
  • Hypopressive (low abdominal pressure) core exercises;
  • Hypnosis for birth;
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT);
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for insomnia (CBTi); and
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

Additionally, she is a certified yoga instructor who practices from a trauma-informed and therapeutic perspective.  Dilini offers a unique blend of these strategies within a collaborative and non-judgemental approach to restore the mind-body connection and help her clients thrive.

Dilini believes that no matter their circumstance, it is possible to find meaning and move forward in a way that respects what a person has been through and where they are now, physically  and emotionally.

Outside the clinic, you can find Dilini gardening and patiently waiting until she is able to travel again.  She has lived in Sri Lanka, Zambia, England and South Africa, and enjoys immersing herself in different cultures and perspectives. and South Africa, and enjoys immersing herself in different cultures and perspectives.