Year of Graduation – 1992
FCAMT since 2000
Practices in a multidisciplinary clinic.
Special interests – sports injuries, spinal pain, headache pain.
Jeffrey is a skilled and experienced physiotherapist with over 14 years of clinical experience diagnosing and treating a variety of complex orthopaedic conditions. He is the co-owner of Progressive Rehab and has been working in private practice in Mississauga for over 12 years.
Jeffrey earned his Bachelor of Physical & Health Education from the University of Toronto in 2003 followed by his Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from Queen’s University in 2006. In 2014 he completed his Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy and became a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT). Jeffrey is also certified in Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation (Gunn IMS) dry needling as well as Acupuncture.
As an avid athlete and former national level field hockey player, Jeffrey has a special interest in orthopedic and sports rehabilitation and has had success working with a variety of clients from national level athletes to weekend warriors. His treatment philosophy involves using specific manual therapy techniques to restore joint and tissue mobility, and incorporating focused exercises to restore function and prevent reoccurrence.
Jeffrey utilizes various techniques including joint mobilization and manipulation, soft tissue and neural mobilization, Gunn IMS, and acupuncture in treating a variety of spinal dysfunction, sport related injury, post-surgical and upper and lower extremity injuries.
In his free time, Jeffrey maintains and active lifestyle by participating in a variety of sports including basketball, skiing and golf.
Tina has been working as a physio/clinic co-owner in Milton since 1998. Her main area of interest is in orthopaedics – she enjoys a variety of problems in her patient caseload. She has a special interest in the sporting population, including dance and gymnastic injuries. She has strong skills in neck and low back problems, as 60% of her caseload involves these injuries. The Halton Community Rehabilitation Centre is an orthopaedic centre offering a variety of services, including orthotics prescription, acupuncture, spinal decompression (yes it really does work for a certain population), and bioflex laser 3B / class four light cure laser therapy. Tina would enjoy meeting you and trying to help you with your muskuloskeletal problems. She makes it her moto to do the best she can for every patient who comes to see her. Hopefully she can help you too.
Susan Wakeley (BScPT, FCAMPT, CAFCI) graduated from the University of Western Ontario in 1997. Upon graduation, she accepted a position with the Detroit Medical Center in Detroit, Michigan. This large teaching hospital system afforded her the opportunity to learn in a wide variety of hospital-based rehabilitation settings. These included: acute care, in-patient and out-patient rehabilitation departments, neurological and orthopaedic settings for adult and pediatric populations. Since 2006, she has worked in the private setting in Windsor, Stratford, Waterloo and Milton, Ontario. Although, she has taken a multitude of continuing education courses, Susan began to focus on orthopaedic and sports injury education. She completed her certification from the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute in 2008 and FCAMPT certification from the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy in 2011. Most recently, Susan has completed her Integrative Dry Needling Certification.
Kanwal graduated from the University of Alberta in 2003 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy. She completed her Gunn IMS needling in 2008. She completed her Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy in 2011. She also has training in pelvic floor physiotherapy where she treats conditions such as incontinence and pelvic pain. She is fluent in English and has working knowledge of Punjabi.
Andrew graduated from the University of Waterloo with a Bachelor of Science in Honours Kinesiology. He went on to complete his Master of Physical Therapy at the University of Western Ontario, where he completed a master’s research project investigating the effects of ACL bracing after reconstructive surgery. He has also successfully completed his Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Therapy through the Orthopedic Division of the CPA and is a Fellow in the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy. Andrew is also certified in medical acupuncture through McMaster University and in Integrated Dry Needling, which he commonly uses during his treatment.
Andrew believes that physiotherapy should be multi-modal and exercise is the key to long-term therapeutic success. He has successfully treated a wide variety of complex orthopedic conditions and specializes in cancer rehabilitation where he helps current and former cancer survivors regain their strength, mobility, and function. He has also provided mentorship to other physiotherapists to help develop their handling and clinical reasoning skills.
In his spare time, Andrew has a special interest in sports rehabilitation and leads an active lifestyle. He is an avid golfer and enjoys going to the gym, playing soccer, hockey, and guitar.
I completed my Diploma In Manipulative Physiotherapy and became a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy in 2009. I am a Certified Functional Movement Screen Specialist(FMS) , STOTTS PILATES trained and completed my acupuncture training through AFCI. I have a special interest with hip and knee conditions being an Advance Practice. I completed my Masters of Clinical Science In Manipulative Physiotherapy at the University of Western Ontario in 2015.I have work for many years with Orthopedic Surgeons specializing in Shoulders, Elbow, Wrist/Hand, Spine, Knee and Foot and Ankle gaining the advance experience to assess and treat complex musculoskeletal conditions. I have teaching experience having achieved a Status Appointment as a Clinical Instructor with the University of Toronto and an Instructor with the Physical Therapy Advancement Seminar for the Upper Quadrant in Southeast Asia.
Ali graduated from McMaster University in 1997. He has taken numerous courses in manual therapy, acupuncture and Gunn method of needling. He received his Canadian Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT) in 2003. He incorporates a wide range of techniques including mobilization, manipulation, spinal stabilization exercises, neural tissue mobilization, acupuncture and Intramuscular Muscle Stimulation (Gunn IMS).
He has extensive experience in private practice with keen interest in spinal disorder and acute and chronic sports related injuries. He is also an Instructor in the post-graduate Diploma Program of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy with the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
He is a co-owner of Prime Physiotherapy and Sports Rehabilitation Centre since 2001.
University of Guelph Hons. B.Sc. (H.B) 1995
Queen’s University B.Sc.(P.T.) 2001.
Integrated Dry Needling Certified (2016)
McMaster University Contemporary Medical Acupuncture (2018)
I received my BScPT in 2002 from University of Toronto. Since then, I have completed my FCAMPT in 2007 and IMS training in 2008 and Fellowship of Functional Applied Science (FAFS) in 2010. Also certified in Pose Running and FMS.
Brian graduated from Sheridan College in 1996 with his Diploma in Sports Injury Management and the Physiotherapy Program at McMaster University in 2000. Brian completed his FCAMPT certification in 2010 and his Masters of Clinical Science from The University of Western Ontario in 2013. He is the owner of Be in Motion Physiotherapy in North Oakville at the corner of Trafalgar and Dundas. As the owner of the clinic Brian has be able to hire several of therapist that are all working towards getting their FCAMPT status. Brian is a Credentialed ImPACT Concussion Consultant for assessing and treating of Concussions. Brian has won the Diamond award from 2016-2019 as top Physiotherapist in Oakville for the Readers Choice Awards with the Oakville Beaver. Please visit the website at http://www.beinmotion.ca, follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin, Twitter or YouTube.
Christian graduated from the University of Toronto with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy in 2012. His previous studies include an Honors Specialization in Kinesiology from Western University in 2010. In 2014, Christian has been a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and Orthopaedic Divisions since 2010.
Christian is actively continuing his studies in manual therapy, exercise prescription and any additional courses that improve his skill set and service delivery.
With respect to treatment, Christian utilizes a multi-faceted approach tailored to each individual, with a focus on identifying the sources of dysfunction and pain and developing a treatment plan to resolve them. Components of his treatment include education, manual therapy, exercise prescription, modalities, acupuncture, Dry needling and taping. Christian’s goal through treatment is to return clients back to their passion, whether that’s returning to sport, work, or just getting back to normal life. Cooperation and team work is vital to implementing a treatment plan and reaching client-centered goals.
Christian is a sports enthusiast, an avid hockey player, experienced weight trainer, and has recently started scuba diving. He believes in staying active and pursuing activities that keep people fit and happy
Dan Bosy has been practising in Orthopaedic Physiotherapy since 1997. He became a member of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy after receiving a Certificate in Intermediate Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy in April 2002. In November 2006, he received his Diploma in Manipulative Physiotherapy. He has worked in a variety of clinics, treating everything from sports injuries, motor vehicle accident injuries, and workplace injuries to chronic pain. Dan\’s areas of interest include Chronic Pain, Pelvic Dysfunctions, Repetitive Strain Injuries, and Spinal Injuries. He is well versed in training and treatment of the myofascial system.