Etobicoke Physiotherapy is part of a family of physiotherapy clinics located in the GTA and surrounding area, dedicated to helping you since 2004
We incorporate an active hands-on approach to the treatment process which allows us to personalize our service and enhance treatment effectiveness. Our goal is to help you achieve a faster recovery.
We offer a comfortable and inviting facility that is well-equipped, conveniently located and wheel-chair accessible. We provide private and curtained treatment rooms for Physiotherapy and Massage therapy, with lots of natural light.
Our Services include:
A.R.T. ( Active Release Technique) is considered the gold standard treatment for soft tissue injuries. It treats problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia & nerves. Shoulder pain, tennis elbow, shin splints, Achilles & ITB & syndrome are a few of the many conditions that can be resolved quickly with A.R.T.
Acupuncture is the use of disposable acupuncture needles to stimulate the body to produce endorphines. Endorphines are the body's "natural aspirin". Acupuncture can help decrease pain and inflammation and can be used to treat many conditions.
Relax and rejuvenate yourself with one of our many massage offerings which include Swedish Therapeutic, & Deep Tissue to name a few.
Manual Lymphatic Drainage is a gentle massage technique which stimulates the lymphatic system to help the movement of the fluid that has collected (eg. in the arm /leg). The technique may be combined with compression bandages ,compression garments, exercise, learning self massage or learning self care. This is a one-on-one treatment for an hour with a physiotherapist who is certified to treat lymphedema.
Treatment of lymphedema does not cure the condition, but it can make the situation considerably better and improve the quality of life of the individual. If you or someone you know has questions please call us, we are happy to help.
We have Physiotherapists who are ADP certified for compression garments. ADP (Assistive Devices Program) is a government-funded program where the government covers 75% of the cost of the compression garments.
Orthotics are custom-made inserts for your shoes. A biomechanical foot assessment is performed by a registered physiotherapist to determine the most appropriate way to support your feet. This assessment also includes the history of your condition/injury, relevant medical history, demands on your feet and your goals regarding activity.
Orthotics may help with foot pain. They can also be used as a preventative measure for daily activity, sport and work demands on your feet. Orthotics may also help with ankle, knee, hip and back conditions.
Orthotics are often transferable from shoe to shoe.
Natalia is a Registered Physiotherapist with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario, and a member of The McKenzie Institute International.
She has over 15 years experience in the treatment of orthopaedic and sports injuries.
Natalia has taken some of the most recognized courses in her field. Such as; McKenzie Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy, Acupuncture, Manual course Level III, and Active Release Techniques (A.R.T.)
Natalia’s focus is bringing awareness to the reasons why her patients are experiencing pain, lack of movement and other symptoms. If you know what you are doing wrong you then can improve.
She will also teach you exercises that are tailored for your own needs so that you can treat your problem and feel better faster.
Natalia strongly believes in the empowerment of patients in their journey towards recovery. This can only be done through active participation of the patient in their recovery, inside and outside of the clinic.
This is why Natalia is perusing the certification in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy, a highly-respected method of assessing and treating musculoskeletal disorders, that focuses on active therapy and patient independence.
Alison graduated from The Bradford Hospitals School of Physiotherapy in England. She worked in the English Hospital System (NHS) for some years before immigrating to Toronto Canada. Alison pursued orthopaedics in the private clinic and hospital system. She has taken many courses to continually upgrade her skills. In 2009 Alison qualified as a Certified Decongestive Therapist. This is a recognised qualification in the treatment of Lymphedema. Etobicoke Physiotherapy has been providing this programme since 2009.
Jean completed her degree in physiotherapy in India in 2001, and has been a Registered Physiotherapist in Ontario since 2014. For the past 15 years she has worked and gained experience in the UAE, India and Saudi Arabia, treating musculoskeletal, sports injuries, and neuro rehab patients in hospital and clinical settings. Jean is a dedicated therapist with strong professional values, and believes that a thorough assessment, hands-on treatment, individualized exercise program, functional training and active patient participation will help achieve maximum levels of function. She continually upgrades her skills by attending various manual therapy courses, evidence-based courses and webinars to provide effective and quality service to her clients.
Tara graduated from Kikkawa college, for Registered Massage Therapy in 2009. She has a holistic approach to massage therapy, aiming to treat the whole person and not just the symptom. She facilitates this by using various techniques, including; Trigger Point Therapy, Deep Tissue Massage, Myofascial Release, Tuina and Relaxation. She is trained in Table Thai Massage, Orthopaedic Cupping (for fascial release) and Reiki (Master).
Suite 100-365 Evans Avenue is the Corner of Evans Ave. and Kipling Ave., first street south of the QEW beside the Petro Canada Gas Station. (Corner Unit, Ground Floor)
Conveniently within walking distance to the TTC. (FREE PARKING)
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We value your privacy
While we collect certain personal information from our clients, this information is used soley for the purposes of administering our services and dealing with your insurance providers. We do not share your information with third parties.
Etobicoke Physiotherapy Sports Injury and Wellness will incorporate an active and hands on approach to the treatment process which will help guide you to recovery.
We will do this by following these guiding principles:
1. Service Excellence: Highest Quality, Easily Accessible, Individualized, Timely and Professional.
2. Delivery of the highest standard of physiotherapy care available.
3. All patients individually assessed and treated with the highest degree of professionalism, respect, dignity and confidentiality at all times.
4. Continuous re-evaluation and progression of treatment
5. Patient centered care: Returning the patient to optimum function to achieve personal rehabilitation goals.
6. Continuous internal evaluation, ongoing quality improvement and professional development to ensure delivery of the highest standard of quality and care available.
Our vision is to provide an exceptional physiotherapy service to our patients and to continue to build on our outstanding reputation.
Compassion: Treating all people as a whole.
Excellence: Commitment to the best quality of service.
Respect: Honouring individuality
We are committed to providing quality therapeutic services administered in a comprehensive and professional manner.
We have built our reputation through many years of hard work and diligently focusing on helping all of our customers improve their physical condition. We invite you to try one of our clinics. You will be glad you did!