Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is an evidence-based movement science. It aims at the prevention, rehabilitation, & optimization of movement disorders. Physiotherapists are experts in movement sciences and movement disorders. They are regulated primary healthcare professionals registered with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario. They have a Bachelor or Masters degree in Physiotherapy Sciences. Many pu... Read More

Physiotherapy is an evidence-based movement science. It aims at the prevention, rehabilitation, & optimization of movement disorders.

Physiotherapists are experts in movement sciences and movement disorders. They are regulated primary healthcare professionals registered with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario. They have a Bachelor or Masters degree in Physiotherapy Sciences. Many pursue advanced training, including, Manual Therapy, Soft Tissue Techniques, & Pelvic Floor Health.

Physiotherapists help you achieve all of your physical health goals through restoring and improving dysfunctional movement! According to modern theories of pain sciences, pain stems from the brain telling you something hurts because your body is not moving correctly. Fix the pain by fixing the movement!

Physiotherapy can treat, but not limited to the following conditions:
Low back & pelvic pain & stiffness
Neck pain & stiffness
Upper & mid back pains & stiffness
Sciatica
Hip & leg pain
Knee pain
Rotator cuff syndrome, tendinitis & tears
Headaches
ACL repair & knee scope rehab
Ankle sprain
Heel pain
Plantar fasciitis
Frozen shoulder
Wrist sprain & carpal tunnel syndrome
Tennis & golfer's elbows
TMJ dysfunction
Scoliosis, and more!

Nancy is also trained in Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy. When booking, choose the Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy service.

What will a Physiotherapy session look like? The Physiotherapist will conduct a series of orthopaedic tests to assess movement. Some of the movements will be performed by you, others, by the physiotherapist. Assessment involves the reproduction of your symptoms for diagnosis and treating planning. Please do not hesitate to tell the Physiotherapist anything that you are not comfortable doing. The initial visit will include both assessment and treatment. 


Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a main component of the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Working as a guide taking the body to the right direction, it stimulates the nervous system and the brain to restore the balance in the body and to promote our innate healing abilities. As acupuncturist assesses the patient, makes a TCM-based diagnosis, forms an individualized treatment plan, reassesses the patient to... Read More

Acupuncture is a main component of the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Working as a guide taking the body to the right direction, it stimulates the nervous system and the brain to restore the balance in the body and to promote our innate healing abilities.

As acupuncturist assesses the patient, makes a TCM-based diagnosis, forms an individualized treatment plan, reassesses the patient to modify the treatment plan accordingly, and maintains the treatment results.

Under the umbrella of the Traditional Chinese Medicine, there are numerous modalities including Acupuncture, Cupping, Gua Sha, Moxibustion and etc. Acupuncture is the insertion of needles on the appropriate points. Cupping is creating partial vacuum in cups/jars in different areas of the body. Gua Sha is scraping different parts of the body with a special tool and Moxibustion is burning of herbs on a point to warm the body. However, acupuncture is the most important component of TCM, while other modalities play only a supporting role.

The initial assessment will consist of 20-30 minutes of assessment and explanation of TCM and 30-40 minutes of treatment. A 45-minute follow-up session will consist of 30 minutes of treatment of the primary concern. While a 60-minute follow-up session will consist of 30 minutes of treatment of the more serious side (Example: Treatment facing down for Lower Back Pain as the primary concern) and 15 minutes of the less serious side (Example: Treatment facing up for Knee Pain).

During the treatment the Acupuncturist will needle all of the necessary points. Then, they will leave the room for the patient to relax on his/her own. They will come back every 5-15 minutes, depending on the case, to check if everything is okay or if the patient needs anything. After the treatment, the Acupuncturist will remove all of the needles and will make sure none of the points are bleeding.


Chiropractic

Chiropractic is the restoration of function & balance within your nervous system, and the correction of muscular imbalances & joint misalignments. Chiropractors help people get out of pain and improve their functional movement patterns and range of motion. They use a range of techniques, such as manual therapy, therapeutic exercises, and adjustments. Although hands are the primary mode of tr... Read More

Chiropractic is the restoration of function & balance within your nervous system, and the correction of muscular imbalances & joint misalignments.

Chiropractors help people get out of pain and improve their functional movement patterns and range of motion. They use a range of techniques, such as manual therapy, therapeutic exercises, and adjustments. Although hands are the primary mode of treatment, they also use tools to help with more difficult adjustments, such as drop tables, speeder boards, and activator tools.


Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy is the manipulation of tissue, with the aim to decrease stress and optimaize health. Massage Therapists are regulated healthcare professionals registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario who relieve pain, in addition to preventing, treating and maintaining tissue and joint health. Massage Therapy can treat, but not limited to the following: Back Pain Sho... Read More

Massage Therapy is the manipulation of tissue, with the aim to decrease stress and optimaize health.

Massage Therapists are regulated healthcare professionals registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario who relieve pain, in addition to preventing, treating and maintaining tissue and joint health.

Massage Therapy can treat, but not limited to the following:
Back Pain
Shoulder pain (Rotator Cuff Impingements)
Neck pain (Thoracic Outlet, Jammed Facets)
Elbow pain (Tennis Elbow, Golfers Elbow)
Wrist/Hand pain (DeQuervains)
Sacrum pain
Hip pain (IT Band Syndrome)
knee pain (Patellar Femoral Syndrome)
Ankle/Foot (Plantar Fascitis, Shin Splints)
Headache

Massage Therapy treatment techniques may include, but not limited to the following:
Trigger Point Release: Releasing a hyper-irritable location in a muscle
Friction: The break down of scar tissue
General Swedish Massage: Treatment meant to relax and increase circulation
Percussion: Repeated rhythmic striking
Joint Mobilization: Repeated rhythmic movement of joint to increase health


Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy is sometimes called "Talk Therapy" because it involves talking to a therapist about your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. However, Psychotherapy goes beyond just talking. It can help you develop strategies to make necessary changes in your life. Psychotherapy is unique to each client and therapist. Together, you will find what works best for you!

Yao Hui is a highly experienced Registered Massage Therapist with 8 years of experience! Through several formal and informal training in China and Canada, he has merged the two to create the best techniques for treating patients in the diversified communities of Toronto.

Yao Hui practices Swedish massage, but he also uses many Non-Swedish massage techniques similar to Physiotherapy and Chiropractic, including joint play, myofascial release, trigger point release, frictions, and many more!

He also implements more advanced and unique techniques such as Chinese tuina, shiatsu, cupping, scraping, reflexology, and scalp massage. During the last 10-15 mins of his treatment, he likes to offer acupressure to thoroughly target all body systems!

His areas of expertise include chronic pain management, frozen shoulder, body tension or stiffness, TMJ syndrome, whiplash, GERD/acid reflux, insomnia, anxiety, depression, and chronic dysfunctions.

Fun Fact: Yao Hui is a former Mechanical Engineer! He initially became a Massage Therapist to help out his friend who opened up their own practice in China.

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Dr. Andrew Jeong is a licensed chiropractor who graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC). He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology and Health Sciences from York University. Prior to embarking on his chiropractic journey, he worked as a certified exercise physiologist, assisting diverse client populations in achieving their fitness and health goals. This experience fueled his curiosity and passion for understanding the human body, health, and wellness, ultimately leading him to pursue a career as a chiropractor.

Dr. Jeong specializes in treating various musculoskeletal conditions, including but not limited to back pain, neck pain, headaches, sprains & strains, extremity injuries, work/overuse related injuries, and vertigo. He also has a special interest in working with chronic pain, sports injuries, injury risk reduction, and performance optimization goals. Whether you are seeking pain relief or looking to improve your overall health and performance, Dr. Jeong will develop a personalized treatment plan and provide support throughout your health journey. His treatment tools include acupuncture, manual therapy (soft tissue, mobilization, manipulations/adjustments), and tailored rehabilitation exercises.

During his free time, you can find Dr. Jeong at the gym, hiking, reading, and traveling. He is also an avid basketball fan and enjoys watching and playing the game. As a huge Raptors’ fan, he enthusiastically supports the team (Go Raptors!).

Dr. Andrew Jeong is a licensed chiropractor who graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic... Read More

Nancy graduated in 2017 from Western University with a Masters of Physical Therapy, and in 2014 from University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Honours in Life Sciences, double majoring in Biological and Nutritional Sciences. ​

Nancy is highly skilled and detail-oriented in assessment and treatment. She uses a multi-modal approach for optimal outcomes, including Manual Therapy, Soft Tissue Release, Muscle Energy Techniques, and Therapeutic Exercise Prescription.

She is highly passionate about getting individuals back to what they love doing most, through facilitation of the necessary skills for life-long health and well-being. As an advocate of health promotion and disease prevention, she uses her creativity and keen eye for body movement patterns to create personalized treatment plans jointly with her patients.

Given her expert Biological & Nutritional Sciences background, she is extremely knowledgeable in the theoretical aspects of the functioning of the human body and systems. In particular, Nancy is interested in Chronic Neck and Back Pains, Knee, Shoulder, and Hand Conditions/Dysfunctions.

In her free time, you will find Nancy trying new outdoor activities, minimizing her space, and learning how to care for her plants!

Nancy graduated in 2017 from Western University with a Masters of Physical Therapy, and in 2014 f... Read More

Jordaine has an impressive resume in movement sciences through a range of theoretical and practical training. His focus is to treat and prevent physical dysfunction of pain through myofascial techniques. Jordaine is a firm believer in tailoring and individualizing treatments plans. He understands that each patient has a personal vision and journey of how they want their bodies to look, feel, and function.

In 2015, he graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Human Kinetics from University of Guelph.

Afterwards, he began his employment as a fitness professional where he worked with clients individually and in groups.

In 2017, he earned a certificate in Exercise Science and Lifestyle Management from Humber College. He worked as a Registered Kinesiologist at various clinics to help his clients maintain, rehabilitate and increase movement through therapeutic exercises.

In 2021, he graduated from Ontario College of Health and Technology and received his license to practise as a Registered Massage Therapist!

Jordaine uses a range of treatment techniques including, K-Taping, Soft Tissue Release, General Swedish Massage, Myofascial Release, and Joint Mobilization.

Patients love Jordaine for his continuous positivity and restorative personality. He is constantly learning new things. He believes action leads to results.

During his days off, you can catch Jordaine bouldering, doing obstacle runs, playing board games with his friends, and reading.

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Hiral graduated from Gujarat University in 2017 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. Hiral holds a post-graduate diploma in Advanced Healthcare Leadership from Lambton College.

Hiral is experienced and passionate about providing treatment with multiple techniques, including but not limited to: manual therapy, Mackenzie technique, myo-facial release (soft tissue release), muscle energy technique, and therapeutic exercise.

Hiral is extremely passionate about helping patients enjoy doing what they love doing most, pain-free. She believes in prevention and maintenance of physical health and functioning, and focuses on improving body biomechanics, posture, and gait patterns.

Her approach to care is very holistic and person-centred. She creates short and long-term goals with her patients, with exercises that are creative and fun to participate in. Hiral enjoys working with people of all age groups.

In her free time, Hiral loves reading, travelling, and spending time with family and friends.

Hiral graduated from Gujarat University in 2017 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. Hiral holds a p... Read More

Joanna is a Registered Psychotherapist with a Masters degree in Counselling Psychology at University of Toronto. She is passionate about offering a space to unpack and empower the individual through life’s challenges in an accessible and culturally-sensitive manner.

Her therapeutic approach is eclectic, using a combination of modalities and techniques that best cater to your goals and needs. She is trained in the following modalities: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Emotion Focused Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Attachment-informed approach.

During their off time, you will find Joanna jamming to music, listening to podcasts, singing, and playing video games.

Areas of Focus - Depression, Anxiety, Anger, Disability, ADHD, OCD, Sleep, Trauma (single incident and complex), Chronic Pain, Communication, Relationships, Self-Esteem, Life Transition, Non-traditional relationships, and Sexuality.

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Sage is a registered acupuncturist who loves working with patients with MSK issues, digestive health, women’s health and those in need of mental health support.

She received her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Chinese Studies at the University of Dalhousie, after which she moved to China for a year to experience Chinese culture and lifestyle firsthand. There she was first introduced to acupuncture and Chinese medicine and from then on she was hooked!

She moved back to Ontario and earned a Diploma of Acupuncture from the Ontario College of Traditional Chinese Medicine with additional certifications in cosmetic acupuncture.

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