At the Orthopaedic Therapy Clinic our extensively trained Registered Physiotherapists use a targeted, individualized approach to promote movement and speed recovery from joint, muscle and nerve-related pain and injury. We recommend physiotherapy for injuries or imbalances of the soft tissues or joints that cause pain, restrict everyday activities or change your posture. It is beneficial in the prevention of injury or repetitive strain injuries. Our therapists can help you manage cancer-related pain, limitations of function and post-surgical rehabilitation Our extensive experience allows us to find solutions when your recovery is complicated by pre-existing issues or co-existing health concerns i.e. neurological conditions, spinal surgery, etc. Please choose whether you want a virtual appointment (Telehealth) or an in-clinic appt (Physiotherapy Private). Contact us to book if your injury is a result of a car accident (MVA) or a work related accident (WSIB). Telehealth is the only On-line Booking available for Maureen Dwight. If you prefer to see her in clinic [lease contact us at 416-925-4687.
Reg. PT Maureen Dwight
Reg. PT Tongyu (Tiffany) Shi
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Massage Therapy

Registered massage therapy is an integral part of recovery after injury. It can help to speed up tissue healing, restore mobility, reduce inflammation and improve the quality of how you move. Massage is a powerful tool in the treatment of both chronic (long-term) and acute (brief and severe) injuries. We recommend massage therapy for relief of:discomfort and muscle strains caused by injuries, sports, every day activities and/or occupational stresses. It can help correct compensatory patterning, as well as reduce post-injury/operative swelling. Massage can also help to manage some of the side-effects of Cancer-related treatments
Reg. MT Juliette Woodruff
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Chiropractic Care at the Orthopaedic Therapy Clinic Dr. Jenny Song DC, RMT. What do chiropractors do? Chiropractors are manual therapists that can offer a wide range of treatment plans catered to your specific injuries, conditions, and comfort level. Chiropractors not only treat the spine but the entire musculoskeletal system of the body. How can it help me? Chiropractors are trained to use a multimodal treatment plan that consists of joint mobilizations, rehabilitation exercises, soft tissue therapy, joint manipulations, and acupuncture. Our chiropractors also collaborate with other healthcare providers at the Orthopaedic Therapy Clinic (physiotherapists, massage therapists, kinesiologists) to ensure you are receiving a complete circle of care. Do I need a doctors’ referral to see a chiropractor? No, you do not require a physician’s referral to be treated by a chiropractor. However, please check with your insurance company to see if you require one for reimbursement. What can I expect at my appointment? At your initial appointment, your chiropractor will complete a detailed health history regarding your conditions, followed by a physical examination. Based on your history and physical exam, your chiropractor will communicate a treatment plan catered specifically for you. Your treatment duration and frequency will be individualized based on your goals and conditions. Can I use my insurance? Yes! Chiropractic treatments
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Kinesiology is a Regulated Health Profession that employs movement and exercise to improve health, function, and performance. At the Orthopaedic Therapy Clinic Inc., our Kinesiologists assist you in safely returning to your work, sports, or other activities after injury. We help you to maintain your fitness/conditioning during your recovery from illness or injury. We focus on reducing your risk for re-injury and can help to manage chronic illness with approaches that are targeted to your condition. When recommended we can apply exercise to help you to manage the side-effects of medicines, including cancer-related treatments
Reg. KIN John Gray
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The Yoga and Pilates exercise at The Orthopaedic Therapy clinic is to help empower people of all ages and abilities by teaching them how to move and care for their own bodies. It is designed to work with people who are recovering from injury. It provides individualized instruction to help you learn how to exercise correctly and assists you in transitioning into the right level of fitness program. Using the information from your clinic assessment, this program helps you to continue your journey back to physical health and resiliency.
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