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Physiotherapy is a hands-on, manual form of healthcare designed to help you recover from injury, illness, or disability. Our HealthOne physiotherapists will use their extensive understanding of the human body to assess, diagnose, and uncover the root cause of your condition. Afterwards, they will create an individualized treatment plan composed of a unique blend of rehabilitative services for your needs. This may include one-on-one manual therapy, structured exercises to do at home, lifestyle changes, ongoing patient education, or specialized services that we offer at our clinic. No matter what brings you into our rehab clinic at HealthOne, you can feel confident in knowing you’ll receive a unique approach to care that prioritizes your needs and goals.  

Working with a physiotherapist can benefit your body, mobility, and overall health in numerous ways. Many people seek physiotherapy to help them reduce pain, improve mobility and function, and prevent or recover from injury. Athletes and people who frequently play sports can also benefit from the ongoing support of a physiotherapist, and we also have a sports medicine doctor who can provide more targeted care. If you need physiotherapy in downtown Toronto, you can count on our team to provide you with exceptional one-on-one support that helps you move freely and perform your best.


  • Individualized treatment plan
  • In-clinic manual therapy techniques
  • Personalized home exercise program
  • Ongoing care to support your recovery
  • Collaboration with other Rehab & Wellness practitioners
  • Private, sanitized treatment rooms and wheelchair access
  • Comprehensive insurance coverage reviews and direct billing with most insurance providers

About Our Physiotherapists

Megan Kaushal BScKin, MScPT, RPT  

Physiotherapist and Rehab Director

Megan is a Registered Physiotherapist and has been practicing in the field of orthopedic Physical Therapy for over 10 years. Her treatment approach is centered on identifying the origin of injury or impairment and developing a customized treatment plan consisting of manual therapy, exercise, and education, to help her patients achieve maximal recovery.  

Megan is constantly expanding her skills and knowledge base through continuing education. She has also completed several courses and workshops on various manual therapy techniques. Working with Megan will provide you with an in-depth experience as she helps you achieve optimal physical well-being. 


Professional Affiliations:  

  • + College of Physiotherapists of Ontario  



  • + Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the University of New Brunswick
  • + Master of Science in Physiotherapy from the University of Toronto
  • + McMaster Medical Acupuncture Program
  • + Advanced Physical Therapy Education Institute Lumbo-Pelvic Certification
  • + Pelvic Health Solutions Level 1, 2 and 3: Pelvic Pain and Urinary Incontinence
  • + Functional Movement Screen (FMS) Level 1
  • + Advanced Orthopedic Manual and Manipulative Therapy Level 1


Focus Areas:  

  • + Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy   
  • + Special interest in treating ankles, wrists and elbows 



Grace Sizenando

Registered Physiotherapist BA Physiotherapy, RPT

Grace is a Registered Physiotherapist who graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Physiotherapy from Faculdade São Lucas, Brazil. With over 12 years of experience in Physical Therapy, Grace’s practice is based on excellence and she is passionate about providing her patients with the best quality of care. She has experience working with a variety of patients in Brazil and Ontario and utilizes a combination of manual therapy, exercise prescription, and education to help her patients achieve their goals. She has also completed additional training and certifications in mental health, fitness, health promotion, and pelvic health. Grace speaks English, Portuguese and some Spanish, and in her spare time, she enjoys exercising, exploring the city, and going for long walks with her dog Max.

Professional Affiliations:  

  • + College of Physiotherapists of Ontario 



  • + Bachelor of Arts in Physiotherapy, Faculdade São Lucas
  • + Diploma in Physiotherapy Assistant triOS college
  • + WRAP certification- Level 1 in Mental Health
  • + Fitness and Health Promotion in Health and Community – Centennial College
  • + Levels 1 and 2 Certificate in Pelvic Health (Currently working on level 3)
  • + Pelvic Health Solutions


Focus Areas:  

  • + Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy
  • + Therapeutic Exercise Prescription
  • + Special interest in hip pain



Justin Achat Msc PT

Registered Physiotherapist

Justin is a Registered Physiotherapist who completed his Master of Science in Physical Therapy at Queens University. He joins the HealthOne team with 8 years of experience as a Certified Exercise Physiologist and former Registered Kinesiologist. Justin’s background in treating orthopaedic injury, pre/post-operative rehabilitation, and performance optimization has shaped his passion for helping others restore function and achieve wellness. In addition to this, he advocates for a multidisciplinary approach to patient-centred care which we offer here at HealthOne. At the clinic, his treatment is centered around therapeutic exercise prescription, manual therapy, and lifestyle modification.

He looks forward to using his skills and expertise to improve your mobility, function and overall live a more inspired life.

Professional Affiliations:  

  • + College of Physiotherapists of Ontario 
  • + Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology 



  • + Bachelor’s of Kinesiology and Health Science from York University
  • + Post Graduate Certificate in Exercise Science and Lifestyle Management from Humber College
  • + Master of Physical Therapy from Queen’s University
  • + Functional Movement Screen (Level 1)
  • + Former Certified Exercise Physiologist


Focus Areas:  

  • + Therapeutic Exercise Prescription
  • + Functional Movement Assessment
  • + Back and neck Pain
  • + Dynamic core strengthening



Logan Weigel

Resident Physiotherapist

Logan is a Resident Physiotherapist who is passionate about delivering patient-focused care with a positive and empathetic approach. She has a Master of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Toronto and a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from McMaster University. Logan’s treatment approach is aimed at educating patients and working closely with them to make attainable changes in their routines and lifestyles. She uses various manual therapy techniques and individualized therapeutic exercises to assist her patients in reaching their goals. She looks forward to employing these tools to help her patients live healthy and happy lifestyles.
Outside of work, you can find Logan enjoying the outdoors, working out, or hanging out with her friends and family!

Professional Affiliations:  

  • + College of Physiotherapists of Ontario 



  • + Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from McMaster University
  • + Master of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Toronto


Focus Areas:  

  • + Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy
  • + Therapeutic Exercise Prescription


Physical Health and Wellbeing

Osteoporosis, Arthritis and Geriatric Care

Living with chronic pain can greatly interfere with your quality of life and wellbeing. At HealthOne, our goal is to help you improve your general physical health while reducing and managing any pain you experience. People may struggle with chronic pain for a number of reasons, and our physiotherapists are widely knowledgeable about the conditions that tend to cause this. We can provide you with an effective individualized treatment plan to reduce this pain and put you on the path towards feeling and moving better. 

A specific area of care that our physiotherapists offer at HealthOne is treating chronic pain and the rehabilitative needs of elderly patients. We’re mindful of the unique changes that occur in the body with age and understand the physical limitations this can have on your daily life. No matter what age or life stage you’re in, we’re firm believers that there are ways to move better and feel healthier each day. Our physiotherapy clinic in Toronto has practitioners who are skilled in improving the general health and wellbeing of patients of all ages, including seniors. We will carefully evaluate the symptoms of your condition, make an accurate diagnosis, and make recommendations on the best ways to improve your acute or chronic pain. If you’re looking for OHIP covered physiotherapy in Toronto, we can also determine your insurance coverage for you. 

 Conditions and Symptoms 

  • – Geriatric care 
  • – Osteoporosis 
  • – Acute or chronic conditions 
  • – Tendon or ligament issues (tendonitis, tendinosis, calcific-tendons, tears, ruptures) 
  • – General injuries  
  • – General strains and sprains (muscles and ligaments) 
  • – Blood flow and circulation (varicose veins, spider veins, venous insufficiency) 
  • – Lymphatic drainage (lymphedema) 
  • – Arthritis (osteophytes, osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis) 
  • – Degeneration (joints, discs) 
  • – Nerve impingement 
  • – Weakness or instability 
  • – Frozen or restricted joints (decreased range or motion) 
  • – Muscle and joint weakness and instability 
  • – Pain, swelling, inflammation (back, neck, musculoskeletal pain, fibromyalgia, headaches)



Pre and Post Surgery Rehabilitation and Care

In the event that you require surgery, a physiotherapist can play a key role in your rehabilitation and care. Not only can they help you prepare for surgery beforehand, but they can also guide and assist you as your body recovers. At HealthOne, we understand that surgery may be an unsettling necessity for many people. We will provide you with intentional support before and after your procedure to make the experience as manageable as possible. 

Before surgery, you can work with a physiotherapist preventatively to get your body in optimal shape. Improving your strength and flexibility may improve the outcome of your procedure and can even reduce your recovery time. A physiotherapist can also discuss what post-operative care will look like, such as how to navigate different areas in your home or what exercises will support your recovery best. After surgery, they can evaluate your physical abilities and determine the best treatment plan to help you heal. If you have specific goals you wish to return to, such as playing a competitive sport, they will factor this in and help you work towards achieving them safely. You can count on our team of experienced physiotherapists to oversee your pre and post surgical rehabilitation with the utmost care.  

Conditions and Symptoms 

  • – ACL reconstruction, meniscectomy, arthroscopic surgery 
  • – Shoulder rotator cuff repair, stabilization, shoulder or hip labrum tear repair 
  • – Carpel tunnel release 
  • – Fractures (shoulder, wrist, hip, ankle) 
  • – Total knee or knee replacement 
  • – Spinal discectomy or fusion/stabilization



Sport Physiotherapy

Movement is an integral part of living an inspired life, and at HealthOne we understand how valuable it is to move freely without pain. Our physiotherapists specialize in treating sports-related injuries to help you take care of your body and optimize your athletic performance. We will evaluate your condition to make an accurate diagnosis, then come up with targeted treatment plans to help you recover quickly and get back to your active lifestyle. We can also design an exercise program to complement your rehabilitation and offer insight into how to stay active throughout your recovery. 

Our physiotherapists are skilled in providing several different treatments such as manual therapy, active release therapy, and acupuncture. We also have a sports medicine doctor at our Medical & Walk-In clinic to who we can refer you as part of your complete care approach. If you need sports physiotherapy in Toronto, our team is here to help. Below are examples of the specialized treatments offered by our Sports Medicine Doctor at our Medical & Walk-In clinic:  

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP): injections prepared from the patient’s blood that stimulate and speed up the natural repair process of the body. 

Cortisone Injections: often used to treat orthopedic conditions such as arthritis, tendinopathies, and bursitis. Cortisone injections can reduce inflammation around the injured tissues. 

Viscosupplementation: injections of a hyaluronic acid solution often used as a fast treatment for osteoarthritis. It can increase the cushioning and lubrication of osteoarthritic synovial, or joint, fluid. 

Conditions and Symptoms 

  • – Sprains and strains 
  • – Knee injuries (ACL tear, patellofemoral syndrome) 
  • – Tennis elbow (epicondylitis) 
  • – Fractures  
  • – Dislocations 
  • – Rotator cuff injury



Fitness Support and Exercise Programs

Whether you are a seasoned athlete or new to exercise, our team of passionate physiotherapists want to help you move better and enjoy exercise throughout your life. It is our mission to provide you with the education and tools to build an optimal body that is strong, resilient, and capable. We believe that rehab should be proactive as much as it is reactive. You do not need to have a current injury to work with our physiotherapists; we can also help you learn more about your body and improve your ability to exercise. 

Our Functional Mobility Assessments (FMA) allow us to evaluate your current level of fitness and areas for improvement. This is a great way to understand your flexibility, mobility, and strength levels prior to starting a new fitness routine or exercise program. You’ll be given a digital scorecard to take with you as well as personalized recommendations from our physiotherapists on how to improve your overall body and health. 

We also offer custom exercise programs designed specifically for you and your exercise goals. They include easy to follow video instructions that can be done at home or on the go. We will take into account your goals for exercise whether that be strengthening certain muscles, losing weight, or improving your overall endurance. Our physiotherapists will take a participatory role in your care by educating you along the way and helping you reach your fullest potential.  


  • + Build stronger muscles 
  • + Improve endurance 
  • + Increase flexibility 
  • + Expert advice about exercise 
  • + Understand your areas of improvement



Pre and Post Natal Care

Pelvic Floor Therapy and Rehabilitation (Coming Soon)

All women have unique healthcare needs. A common but rarely talked about medical issue that many of them experience is pelvic floor dysfunction. This is a group of conditions characterized by the patient being unable to control their pelvic floor muscles. Although it can feel uncomfortable to address, we have knowledgeable and understanding physiotherapists who can play an integral role in your treatment approach. We offer a private, safe experience with practitioners who are skilled in providing pelvic floor therapy. Pelvic floor dysfunction can be experienced for a variety of reasons, and one of the most common is following childbirth. Our physiotherapists can create a specific plan to address these symptoms, which may include specific exercises (such as kegels), hands-on therapy, and/or bladder and bowel tracking. It may also occur in women who have arthritis, have a traumatic injury, or struggle with back and spine issues. We will seek to understand the root cause of your pelvic floor dysfunction so you can receive the best treatment possible. If you need pelvic floor physiotherapy in Toronto, we will make sure your experience is as comfortable as possible.

To meet the needs of all female patients, our physiotherapists can also provide post-partum care including posture checks, recommendations for birthing positions, and support while preparing for labour and delivery. 

Conditions and Symptoms 

  • – A strong or frequent urge to urinate or defecate 
  • – Urine/feces leakage, or constipation 
  • – Chronic pelvic pain, burning, or pressure 
  • – Painful intercourse, bowel movements, or urination 
  • – Nocturia (waking up frequently at night to urinate) 
  • – Pelvic organ prolapse 
  • – Levator ani syndrome 
  • – Vaginal pain (vestibulodynia, vulvodynia or clitorodynia) 
  • – Persistent genital arousal disorder 
  • – Interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome 
  • – Endometriosis 
  • – Pain in the tailbone, low back, hip, or joint  
  • – Pudendal neuralgia 
  • – Prenatal and Postpartum care





Balance Related Disorders (Vestibular Rehabilitation)

Balance related disorders can be disorienting and challenging to deal with. The main cause of these is typically due to an issue in the vestibular system, which is a sensory system in the body comprised of the inner ear, nerves, and cochlea (located in the brain). The brain combines information from the vestibular system with your vision, muscles, and joints to maintain balance. When an imbalance arises, it can result in a condition that requires vestibular rehabilitation from an experienced Rehab professional.

At HealthOne, our physiotherapists are skilled in treating these conditions. Dizziness, vertigo, and concussions are some of the most common, and inner ear problems can also persist due to infections, brain complications, or medications. We understand how severe of an impact this can have on your daily living, which is why we care deeply about understanding the root cause of your condition. Many vestibular conditions cause secondary symptoms that can interfere with your life and your sense of wellbeing. Our physiotherapists will use their expertise and knowledge to improve your condition and help you get back to an inspired life with improved levels of balance. We aspire to be part of your healthcare team long-term and encourage you to visit us if you require further vestibular support after your initial visits. 

Conditions and Symptoms 

  • – Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) 
  • – Post-concussion syndrome 
  • – Persistent postural perceptual dizziness (PPPD) 
  • – Vestibular neuritis/labyrinthitis 
  • – Unilateral/bilateral vestibular hypofunction or loss 
  • – Meniere’s disease (endolymphatic hydrops) 
  • – Mal de debarquement syndrome (MdDS) 
  • – Migraine associated vertigo (vestibular migraine) 
  • – Cervicogenic dizziness 
  • – Acoustic neuroma 
  • – Dizziness and imbalance after a stroke (CVA) 
  • – Poor balance due to aging or reconditioning 
  • – Dehiscence or perilymphatic fistulas 
  • – Ototoxicity 
  • – Dizziness and vertigo 
  • – Light-headedness, headaches, head pressure  
  • – Motion-sensitivity, feeling imbalanced or unstable 
  • – Vision issues (difficulty focusing or looking at screens, shaky or unstable vision) 
  • – Nausea or diarrhea 
  • – Anxiety and/or depression, difficulty managing stress 
  • – Mild issues with memory and concentration 
  • – Tinnitus (hearing ringing, wooshing, or buzzing noises)  
  • – Pressure/pain in the ear



Concussion Treatment

A concussion is a mild traumatic brain injury that is often caused by sports, recreational activities or motor vehicle accidents. No matter how severe a concussion is, it can significantly interfere with your daily life by negatively affecting your vision, balance, cognitive function, moods, ability to exercise, and more. At HealthOne, we understand how large of an impact a concussion can have on your life, which is why we care deeply about providing the best treatment possible and helping you recover safely.  

We’re pleased to have physiotherapists who specialize in the rehabilitation and treatment of concussion injuries. We can provide you with the support you need to recovery from your injury and get back to doing what you love. Your unique treatment plan will be developed based on the severity of your injury and your goals for returning to daily life, including exercise. Your physiotherapist may recommend vestibular rehabilitation, manual therapy, or strengthening exercises among other services. Matters affecting the brain should be taken seriously, and we will work with you to determine the best next steps for your rehabilitation. Our goal is to help you fully recover the safest way possible so you can get back to your everyday life.  

Conditions and Symptoms 

  • – Mild, moderate, or severe concussion 
  • – Direct impact injury 
  • – Acceleration-deceleration injury 
  • – Blast injury 
  • – Post-concussion headaches



Rehabilitation (MVA, Workplace Injuries, Slip and Fall)

(Services offered at our North York Location)

Motor vehicle accidents, workplace injuries, and slip and fall injuries are serious conditions. In most cases, the patient needs to seek medical attention and rehabilitative care quickly after the incident takes place. At HealthOne Rehab, we treat injured patients quickly and with the greatest attention to detail. Our physiotherapists can provide the proper attention and care to help you recover the safest way possible. 

A motor vehicle accident (MVA) is when a car gets in a collision with another car, moving vehicle, or person. In most cases, injury treatment is paid for by an auto-insurer. If you suffer from an MVA, our physiotherapy team will take a reactive approach and determine the best next steps for your recovery. Many people also experience injuries in the workplace, and in these cases, physiotherapy treatment is covered by the Workplace Safety Insurance Board (WSIB). Rehabilitation is an important first step in the event of a workplace injury because it can lead to quicker healing and better recovery. Similarly, it’s common for people to experience slip and fall injuries due to unsafe conditions. Whether it results in a minor or major injury, seeking medical attention is of utmost importance to avoid the injury from getting worse. 

If you suffered from an MVA, workplace accident, or slip and fall injury, our physiotherapists have the knowledge and skills to promote your healing and recovery. 

Conditions and Symptoms 

  • – Whiplash 
  • – Leg, knee, or elbow injuries 
  • – Concussions 
  • – Ligament injuries 
  • – Herniated disk 
  • – Hip fractures 
  • – Head injuries 
  • – Neck, back, spinal cord injuries




HealthOne’s physiotherapy team is a leader in providing exceptional rehabilitative care to thousands of patients. We provide individualized treatment plans to help people recover from injury, illness, and disease so they can live more inspired lives through movement and optimal functionality. By addressing the root cause of the issue you’re experiencing, we’re able to formulate an accurate diagnosis and use our extensive knowledge to guide you along the most successful pathway to recovery.  

Our dynamic rehab professionals have extensive experience in the field and specialize in treating a wide range of areas. If you suffer from any of the following conditions, our physiotherapists are here to help. 


Head and Neck, Upper Body  

  • – Concussion, post-concussion syndrome 
  • – Headaches, cervicogenic headaches 
  • – Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders /TMJ pain (jaw pain) 
  • – Dizziness, vertigo, and imbalance 
  • – Neck pain 
  • – Motor vehicle accidents/whiplash-related injuries 
  • Nerve impingement 
  • – Shoulder impingement, instability, pain, or frozen shoulder 
  • – Shoulder, elbow, wrist and thumb tendonitis (rotator cuff injuries/impingement, tendon injuries, tennis/golfers’ elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome) 
  • – DeQuervain’s tenosynovitis


Torso, Back and Pelvis  

  • – Back pain, lower back, hips, pelvis/sacroiliac joint dysfunction, degeneration, instability, ligament injuries 
  • – Disc, joint and vertebrae (injuries, degeneration, herniation, bulges, nerve impingement) 
  • – Sciatica (nerve impingement) 
  • – Urinary incontinence 
  • – Sports hernias 
  • – Hip impingement (femoroacetabular impingement)


Lower Body and Feet  

  • – Balance and gait re-training 
  • – Plantar fasciitis (heel pain) 
  • – Heel spurs 
  • – Flat feet, high arches, or bunions 
  • – Achilles tendon injuries 
  • – Hip, knee and ankle (sprains/strains, ligament or meniscus injuries, degeneration, rupture, pre/post-operative care) 
  • – Knee (total knee replacements, patellofemoral pain syndrome, meniscal knee injuries, ACL injuries) 
  • – Iliotibial band friction syndrome 
  • – Running injuries, patellofemoral syndrome (runner’s knee) 
  • – Shin splints 
  • – Sesamoiditis 
  • – Varicose veins, spider veins, venous insufficiency, compromised blood flow/circulation


Activity Related Injuries 

We treat patients who have developed injuries from activities including, but not limited to: running, baseball, dance, rugby, football, hockey, skiing, cycling, skating, weight lifting, golf, kickboxing, snowboarding, tennis, squash, volleyball, wrestling, martial arts, working out, office-related, motor vehicles (North York location), work, repetitive strain, pre- and post-operative, pre- and post-natal.  


General Conditions 

  • – Chronic pain syndromes  
  • – Joint dislocation and replacement 
  • – Tendonitis 
  • – Arthritis including osteoarthritis and degenerative disc disease 
  • – Sprains and strains of muscles and ligaments 
  • – Postural dysfunctions 
  • – Stress fractures 
  • – Bursitis 
  • – Labral tears 
  • – Pre- and post-surgical 
  • – Fractures 
  • – Osteoporosis 
  • – Compartment syndrome 
  • – Infertility 
  • – Pre- and post-natal issues 
  • – Hypermobility syndromes




In-Clinic Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is a profession that encompasses a wide range of treatment methods with the goal of improving function and mobility in the body. HealthOne Rehab is proud to have experienced physiotherapists on our team who are registered with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario.  If you wish to reduce or eliminate pain, recover from an injury, and optimize your performance, our team is here to help. 

Our in-clinic physiotherapy sessions are designed with your comfort and safety in mind. We take into consideration your current state of health as well as your current lifestyle and how it plays a role in the condition you are experiencing. Based on your symptoms and presenting issue(s), your physiotherapist may conduct a series of assessments or tests to evaluate your mobility and the severity of your case. This is used to formulate an accurate diagnosis and determine the best next steps for treatment and recovery. In most cases, physiotherapy is an ongoing experience. Your physiotherapist may recommend follow-up visits to monitor progress and evaluate how well your recovery is progressing. We encourage our patients to remember that every appointment is a step of the journey and that our team’s ultimate goal is to help you move better and with less pain.  



Virtual Physiotherapy

What is virtual physiotherapy? 

Virtual physiotherapy is a form of physiotherapy that you can access from the comfort of home. It is a one on one video session that can be done using a smartphone, tablet, or computer. Your physiotherapist can assess your new or existing injury, review your movement abilities, and discuss symptoms and next steps for treatment. In today’s busy world, virtual physiotherapy can be a great option for those who are unable to leave home or prefer to receive rehab treatment remotely. We look forward to providing you with some of the best physiotherapy in Toronto whether you decide to visit us in person or virtually. 

What do I need for my virtual physiotherapy appointment? 

You will need a phone, tablet, or laptop with a good internet connection. We recommend setting yourself up in a room with enough room to perform exercises. If you have a yoga mat and any exercise equipment, such as weights or resistance bands, have them available and nearby during your session. We also encourage our patients to wear activewear or gym clothes so they can move around comfortably. 

How do I join my virtual physiotherapy appointment? 

After signing up for an appointment, you will receive an email confirmation from our team. An hour before your designated time slot, you will receive an email with a link to join the virtual call. Simply click the link before your appointment time and our secure, private web browser will connect you with your physiotherapist via video call. For computers, you will require a Mac or Windows operating system. If you’re using a mobile device, you can join the call on an Android or download the “Jane online appointment” app if you use an iPhone or iPad.   

Are virtual physiotherapy appointments covered by insurance?  

Yes, virtual appointments can be covered by insurance and most major insurance companies cover virtual physiotherapy. Examples of some of these companies are Sunlife, Manulife, Greenshield, Blue Cross, and Johnson Group inc. If you are looking for assistance to determine your insurance coverage, please call us at 416 477 0033.


Manual Therapy

Manual therapy is a form of treatment where a practitioner uses their hands to assess and treat musculoskeletal injuries. There are three main types of manual therapy performed by our physiotherapists at HealthOne: joint mobilization, joint manipulation, and massage.  

Joint mobilization is performed with the goal of reducing pain and improving the range of motion on a joint. Your physiotherapist will apply pressure using their hands in a sustained or oscillating manner on the affected body part to achieve this. 

Joint manipulation is performed to treat musculoskeletal injuries. Your physiotherapist will apply a high-velocity force using their hands to create a space in the joint, which is often accompanied by an audible release of gas from the treatment area.  

Massage techniques are performed with the goal of reducing pain, relieving knots of tissue, improving tissue elasticity, and improving mobility. Physiotherapists use a wide range of massage techniques to apply deep and effective pressure, ultimately achieving the desired outcome on the muscles, tendons, or ligaments. Whether your injury is due to a sports injury or poor posture from working at home, manual therapy can be an effective solution as part of your physiotherapy treatment plan.  

Conditions and Symptoms  

  • – Neck pain (muscle spasm, disc herniation) 
  • – Lower back pain (disc herniation, facet joint restriction, spinal stenosis) 
  • – Thoracic spine pain (disc herniation, rib restriction) 
  • – Migraines/headaches 
  • – Fibromyalgia 
  • – Temporal mandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction 
  • – Shoulder pain (impingement syndrome, frozen shoulder, rotator cuff injury) 
  • – Hip pain (hip bursitis, post-surgical hip replacement, myofascial hip pain, hip impingement) 
  • – Knee pain (iliotibial band syndrome, patellofemoral dysfunction, post-surgical knee replacement) 
  • – Ankle pain (sprains/strains, arthritis) 



Muscle (Active) Release Therapy

Scar tissue is a type of tissue that can develop in the muscles, tendons, ligaments or nerves. It often develops due to an injury or shows up over time from repetitive use and stress on the body. Scar tissue can cause feelings of stiffness, a lack of mobility, and pain in the body. Our physiotherapists can use muscle (active) release therapy as an effective way to treat this. There are over 500 treatment protocols for muscle (active) release therapy, and each can provide targeted relief of the uncomfortable symptoms you may be experiencing. Our team is highly skilled in understanding how the human body functions and will use the most accurate protocols for your unique case. 

During muscle (active) release therapy, your physiotherapist will inflict a specific amount of force using their hands while getting you to move the injured area of the body. This helps to break down the adhesion and restore function and mobility at the site of the injury. Scar tissue can greatly prohibit you from moving as you normally would, and many patients find significant relief after muscle (active) release therapy. You will be able to move more easily and will experience less tension and pain. In addition to muscle (active) release therapy, your physiotherapist may recommend additional exercises to enhance your mobility and lead to a quicker recovery.  

Conditions and Symptoms 

  • – Tension headaches 
  • – Neck (thoracic outlet syndrome, whiplash, headaches/migraines, spinal stenosis) 
  • – Shoulder (impingement syndrome, rotator cuff injury, biceps tendonitis, separation)  
  • – Elbow (tennis or golfer’s elbow) 
  • – Hand and wrist (carpel tunnel syndrome, trigger finger) 
  • – Back (disc herniation, sciatica, mechanical back pain, degenerative disc disease, SI joint dysfunction), low back pain 
  • – Hip (tightness, piriformis syndrome, hamstring tendinopathy, hip osteoarthritis, labral tears) 
  • – Knee (ITB syndrome, patella femoral pain syndrome, meniscus tear, knee osteoarthritis) 
  • – Ankle (ankle sprain, Achilles tendonitis, shin splints) 
  • – Foot (bunions, Morton’s neuroma, plantar fasciitis)



Active (Exercise based) Therapy

At HealthOne, we believe our patients should be active participants in their healing journey. As such, we believe exercise should always play a role in your healthy lifestyle and recovery process regardless of what situation you’re in. Whether you’re recovering from surgery or overcoming a sports injury, there are structured ways to incorporate movement that will ultimately help you reach your goals faster and speed up your recovery process. 

Our physiotherapists have extensive experience recommending active therapy to patients of all ages and activity levels. We use our knowledge in strength and conditioning, sports medicine, and rehabilitative care to design the perfect exercise program for your needs. It’s important for you to regain strength during the recovery process so you can gradually and safely get back to work, play, and daily life.



Acupuncture & Dry Needling

Acupuncture can play an important role in your treatment approach by providing targeted relief and healing to the source of your injury. During acupuncture at HealthOne, our physiotherapists use small, sterile, one-time-use needles to stimulate the healing process within your nerves and muscles. It is a proven method of reducing pain because it relaxes the muscles, resulting in reduced pain in the nervous system. Acupuncture also helps to reduce inflammation and stimulates the body’s natural ability to heal. In addition to traditional medical acupuncture, we offer a form of acupuncture called dry needling, also known as IMS (intramuscular stimulation). This approach involves inserting one single needle repeatedly into the trigger point (or knot) of a muscle. Dry needling is typically performed in a few minutes and can be a useful way to address chronic pain.  

We also offer additional modes including neuromuscular acupuncture and electro-acupuncture, so you can feel confident that our team will recommend the best treatment type for your unique case. Our physiotherapists are skilled in providing these services and have completed additional training in acupuncture.  

Conditions and Symptoms 

  • – Acute or chronic pain 
  • – Muscle spasms, aches, tension and trigger points 
  • – Inflammatory impairments (tendonitis, bursitis, fasciitis, and other “-itis” conditions) 
  • – Headaches 
  • – Neck, back, and joint pain 
  • – Conditions that are healing more slowly than expected 
  • – Neurological and muscular disorders (headaches, neck and back pain, sports injuries, sciatica, osteoarthritis, neuritis and facial pain) 
  • Digestive disorders (irritable bowel, constipation, diarrhea and gastritis) 
  • – Menstrual and reproductive problems (dysmenorrhea and peri-menopausal symptoms) 
  • – Urinary tract disorders (prostatitis and bladder dysfunction) 
  • – Respiratory problems (sinusitis, asthma, sore throat and recurrent respiratory tract infections) 
  • – Stress and psycho-emotional problems 
  • – Addictions



Shockwave Therapy

Shockwave Therapy is an effective, non-surgical treatment modality that uses radial pressure waves to target injured tissue in the body. It is often used to treat conditions with severe pain such as sports injuries, where accelerated recovery and rapid pain relief are high priorities for the patient. There are many benefits of shockwave therapy including preventing and reducing pain, reducing inflammation, stimulating high-quality blood flow, and reducing muscle spasms. Shockwave therapy can also be used to speed up the healing process by creating healthier tissues and facilitating the body’s natural repair process again.  

At HealthOne, we use the Storz Shockwave System which completes treatments in approximately 4-6 minutes. Patients can experience a significant reduction in pain in as little as 1-3 months from their treatment time. Your physiotherapist will evaluate your unique case and determine if shockwave therapy may be a suitable treatment option for you.  

 Conditions and Symptoms 

  • – Plantar fasciitis 
  • – Heel spurs/pain 
  • – Calcific tendonitis 
  • – Patellar tendonitis (jumper’s knee) 
  • – Achilles tendonitis 
  • – Rotator Cuff Tendonitis 
  • – Myofascial trigger points in muscle 
  • – Iliotibial band syndrome (IT band syndrome) 
  • – Tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow 
  • – Bursitis 
  • – Heterotopic ossification (myositis ossificans)



Laser Therapy

Laser therapy is a non-invasive method used to stimulate the healing of injured tissues. It uses the power of red and infrared lights to target the injured cells and facilitate the production of ATP, a molecule that acts as a source of energy for the muscles. As a result, patients who get laser therapy can benefit from less accumulation of scar tissue and a quicker recovery process. 

At HealthOne, we use a class IV laser which is the most effective type for targeting and delivering light. It also penetrates more deeply to treat stubborn tissues more effectively. Your physiotherapist will indicate if laser therapy might be a suitable option for treating your specific case.  

Conditions and Symptoms 

  • – Osteoarthritis 
  • – Sprains 
  • – Strains 
  • – Myofascial pain syndromes 
  • – Post-surgical pain 
  • – Several other acute and chronic conditions



Ultrasound Therapy

Ultrasound therapy is a proven treatment for speeding up the healing process of injured tissues. It can improve the quality of tissue repair that takes place in the body, resulting in a better and more reliable recovery. Ultrasound involves the targeted use of high-frequency sound waves, which are believed to show benefits including greater levels of blood flow to the treated area and greater production of collagen. Together, these encourage quicker healing and faster recovery. 

Based on your unique needs, your physiotherapist will determine if ultrasound therapy could be an effective part of your treatment plan. We use state of the art equipment to provide you with a comfortable, modern experience.  

Conditions and Symptoms 

  • – Bursitis 
  • – Tendonitis 
  • – Muscle strains and tears 
  • – Osteoarthritis 
  • – Ligament and tendon injuries



Interferential Current

Interferential current therapy is a treatment that transmits small electrical impulses through your skin. It is an effective way to reduce pain and encourage the body to heal, so much so that for many patients it can override the need for medication. During interferential current therapy, your physiotherapist will attach electrodes to the skin of your injured body part. The electrical impulses stimulate the tissue and nerves without causing any pain during treatment. The frequencies sent out by the interferential current device stimulate your endorphins, which act as natural pain relievers in the body. Your physiotherapist can determine if interferential current therapy would be a suitable option to help minimize your pain, decrease your swelling and inflammation, and help you recover.  

Conditions and Symptoms 

  • – Body and joint pain 
  • – Stiff joints 
  • – Edema 
  • – Inflammation 
  • – Pre and post orthopedic surgery



Orthotics and Orthopaedic Products

At HealthOne, we have an Orthotics and Bracing team who prioritizes helping you live an inspired life with less pain. Exercise and movement are important parts of maintaining your physical health, and in many cases, additional support can help you move even better. We strive to accurately assess your needs and do thorough measurements to match you with the right product. Orthopaedic devices can help with different conditions and injuries, and we often prescribe them along with other Rehab treatments offered at our clinic.  

  • + Modern, high-tech scanning and casting 
  • + Complimentary assessments for orthopaedic products 
  • + High quality products including braces, insoles, compression socks, stockings





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At HealthOne Rehab, we believe that an integral part of your health and wellbeing is having the freedom to move easily and without pain. We work closely with each patient to identify the root cause of their condition, understand their physical health goals, and develop an individualized physiotherapy treatment plan to help them get there. Whether you are recovering from an injury, struggling with chronic pain, or want to learn how to exercise better, our team of knowledgeable and experienced physiotherapists in Toronto are here to help.  

At HealthOne Rehab, we always encourage our patients to be active participants in their recovery. Along with providing reactive care, we also prioritize preventative care to help you avoid injury and steer clear of pain. When you move better, you feel better, and seeing you make progress is why we love what we do. We’re more than just a physiotherapy clinic in Toronto – we’re a team of dynamic rehab professionals who want to make lifelong connections with our patients. We’re here to support you through every age and every stage so you can always perform your best. 

Book a physiotherapy consultation and start your journey toward a pain-free life.

Clinic Features
  • Individualized treatment plan
  • In-clinic manual therapy techniques
  • Personalized home exercise programs
  • Ongoing care to support your recovery
  • Expert physiotherapists on a dynamic Rehab & Wellness team
  • Collaboration with other departments, including Medical & Walk-In
  • Referrals to other practitioners (including our Sports Medicine Doctor)
  • Private, sanitized treatment rooms and wheelchair access
  • Comprehensive insurance coverage reviews and direct billing

Our team of industry leaders are passionate about creating a holistic approach to healthcare. We combine our strengths and expertise to offer effective treatment options and support for our patients.

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