I graduated from Western University with a Master in Physiotherapy. A serious interest in rehabilitation sciences first began for me when as a teenager, I witnessed my grandfather recuperate from a slip and fall injury. He went from wheelchair bound to regaining his walking independence while at a neurological physiotherapy centre. I have also suffered numerous sport-related physical setbacks, including a severe low back injury during weightlifting that led me towards my own physiotherapy-led recovery.
Combining experience, knowledge and compassion, I can help guide you through your personal physical rehab and wellness goals. I approach musculoskeletal and neurological conditions uniquely — applying fundamental and advanced techniques of physiotherapy while prioritizing functional mobility and strength at the forefront of the rehabilitation process. I have a special interest in spinal, shoulder and postural related injuries.
I enjoy staying active through weight training, snowboarding, and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Having recently picked up tennis, you might find me at a local court working on improving my rally.
Manual therapy involves the use of the therapist’s hands in the mobilization or manipulation of skin, muscles, joints and other soft tissues. Benefits include modulating pain, reducing swelling, and improving muscle function and joint range of motion.
Acupuncture is the practice of inserting thin, solid, metallic needles into the body, which may then be attached to electrical stimulation (electroacupuncture). From a physical health standpoint, acupuncture aims to alleviate muscular and nerve ailments, joint restrictions, and improve physical function.
Cupping involves placing cups with suction onto the skin, which may help promote healing and reduce muscular pain and tension. Heat is often applied in conjunction with the cups.
Specific exercise programs prescribed to allow restoration or optimization of bodily function.
Massage therapy is the manipulation of the soft tissues of the body. It can help alleviate discomfort associated with everyday occupational stresses, muscular over-use and many chronic pain conditions.
Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) uses specific tools usually made of stainless steel, to treat a wide range of muscular and soft tissue disorders.
Functional dry needling is the practice of inserting thin, solid, metallic needles into muscles to treat trigger points that may be contributing to underlying physical health dysfunctions.
M: 8am – 12:30pm
T: 1pm – 8pm
T: 8am – 8pm
F: 8am – 2pm
S: 8am – 2pm
Su: 8am – 2pm