Ali is a highly qualified and very experienced physiotherapist. He has been practicing physiotherapy for the past 20 years. Ali holds a Bachelor of Science and a master degree in physical therapy. He also holds a doctorate degree in physical therapy from Andrews University in Michigan, USA.
Ali has completed a postgraduate program in advanced musculoskeletal physical therapy in Toronto. He has also completed a medical acupuncture program with McMaster University. Ali is a cerificant of the Gunn ntramuscular stimulation program from University of British Columbia in Vancouver and is an active member of The Canadian Institute for the study and treatment of pain.
Ali is a very passionate physiotherapist and loves working with people. His areas of clinical interest are orthopaedic physiotherapy, sport injuries, chronic pain and post-op rehabilitation of ligaments and joint arthroplasty.
Mary has been practicing physiotherapy since 1990. She holds a Bachelor and Master Degree in Physiotherapy. She has extensive experience in different physiotherapy setting including private practice, hospitals and working with seniors. She has an extensive range of expertise; working in several areas, including; Orthopaedics, Neurology, Rheumatology, Geriatrics and Pelvic Health physiotherapy.
Mary strongly believes that treatment should be evidence based and patient centered. Her treatments consist of manual therapy, exercise prescription and patient education.
Mary is a very dedicated physiotherapist and very passionate toward her work. Mary has special interest in pelvic health physiotherapy and Orthopaedic physiotherapy cases.
Mary enjoys treating common pelvic floor conditions including pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic organs pain, and urinary incontinence. Mary has also experience working with women both pre-natal and post partum to ensure a healthy pelvic floor both before and after giving birth.
Billy graduated from Queen Margaret University in Scotland with a Master’s of Science in Physiotherapy following his Bachelor’s of Kinesiology and has received his Canadian accreditation to practice as a Resident Physiotherapist.
For several years Billy has maintained a healthy active lifestyle which began with rugby and soccer. Later on, this passion led him to weightlifting. During this time, Billy overcame multiple injuries, which piqued his interest in the field of physiotherapy. Overcoming these injuries has taught Billy the importance of being consistent and patient when rehabilitating. With these experiences, he empathizes with patients as he readily imparts his knowledge with others.
With many years as a kinesiologist and a personal trainer, he worked with people of varying abilities and levels of motivation. He inspired them to surpass their goals and challenged them to become the best versions of themselves.
He truly believes in working with his patients to develop and achieve their goals, empowering the patient to actively participate in their rehabilitation. Billy places a strong emphasis on patient education, encouraging patients to modify activities rather than avoiding them. This proactive approach blends strength training and rehabilitation to reduce the risk of future injuries. When he is not in the clinic, he remains active through weightlifting and enjoys participating in outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, and snowboarding. Fun fact: Billy’s backpacked 40 countries.
Brianna is a graduate from Durham College with an Advanced Diploma in Legal Administration.
She has extensive experience working in both administrative work and customer service. She genuinely loves to help others and support clients while utilizing her interpersonal and communication skills.