Toronto therapist directory--online/ in home/ clinic

Physiotherapy, in-home and clinics, free directory

(Looking for psychotherapy at home? See Online counsellors and Therapists Association of Canada.

This directory includes physiotherapists who travel to patients' homes, an onsite ergonomist, and a pelvic floor specialist.

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Disclaimer: We cannot guarantee the accuracy of these listings, which have been supplied by email.

Pam Honeyman BSc., BHSc. P.T., Registered Physiotherapist
Procare Rehabilitation, 890 Yonge St Suite 600, Toronto (Yonge and Davenport - 2 blocks north of Bloor) 416 324-2240
18 years in private practice. Certified in acupuncture. Completed over 45 post graduate courses studying manual therapy, ergonomics, repetitive strain injuries, pre/post operative care and treatment of sports injuries.Previous on-site physio for the employees of Nortel Networks and the Toronto Star and received awards at both companies for excellence in care and contribution to the employees' health and wellbeing.
House calls and onsite ergonomic assessments--a very valuable service for your home business! (2007)
Articles by Pam Honeyman:
Preventing lower back strain
Preventing repetitive strain injury (RSI)
Osteoarthritis versus the natural aging process


Marika Schwandt MSc, rehabilitation specialist, West Toronto. See physiotherapy for head injury, stroke, MS, dance and sports injuries 416-835-9575 Email: emarika@gmail.com (Jan. 2009) Study by Marika Schwandt et al. on Brain injury: the effects of exercise on depression

Mark Cheung B.A. BSc.PT CAFCI. Mark Cheung is a registered physiotherapist who completed his training in Physical Therapy at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. He performs onsite (at home) sessions in addition to providing his services at clinics within the Greater Toronto Area. 416-655-2160, mark@physiohouse.com. Mark's article about on site treatment, with information about where to find physiotherapists who travel to patients' homes in the Greater Toronto Area: Receiving physiotherapy treatments at home (Mar. 2009)

Lindsay Davey, MScPT, MSc, CAFCI, CDT. Lindsay is a registered physiotherapist. She is also certified in Combined Decongestive Therapy, which includes training in Manual Lymphatic Drainage. For more information see therapy for lymphedema, or contact info@torontophysiotherapy.ca or 416-466-7733. (Mar. 2010)

Victoria Dawes BScPT, Pelvic Floor Practitioner
Victoria Dawes has over 30 years of experience as a Physiotherapist and has developed a passion for holistic women's health care. In 2006 she pursued postgraduate training in the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction and continues to make this her primary area of practice. Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy is an effective alternative to pills , pads and surgery.

Treatment involves:- Private one-on-one consultation to discuss clients' individual issues and medical history
- Education about : the structure and function of the pelvic organs; bladder habits; and dietary triggers
- Internal pelvic assessment of the strength and endurance of the pelvic muscles
( At present a Doctor's referral/delegation is required for the internal exam )
- Assessment of posture and breathing problems
- Individualized progressive strengthening exercises for the pelvic and core muscles including integration of
posture, breathing and dynamic activities
- Biofeedback and/or Electrical Muscle Stimulation when indicated
- Physiotherapy techniques to normalize tone and improve tissue mobility

Toronto: 159 Oak Park Avenue
Toronto, On M4C 4M9 ( in East York an easy walk from the Woodbine Subway Station)
416 421-2360

Durham Region: Uxbridge Family Health Clinic
2 Elgin Park Drive
Uxbridge, On
905 852-1009

See Vicki's article on curing bladder dysfunction

Jasdeep Dhir RPT MCPA, registered physiotherapist. Physiotherapy First is multi-disciplinary clinic located in Brampton in the GTA at the corner of Ray Lawson and Mc Laughlin. 416-788-1924 (2007)

Joon Nah BScPT, RPT and Adam Brown Cert MDT, RPT are experienced physiotherapists with specific specialization in treatment of spinal injuries, and dizziness and vestibular problems. We offer a full range of services including massage therapy, custom orthotics and knee bracing. Cornerstone Physiotherapy at Yonge and College in downtown Toronto. Contact us at (416) 595-5353 (2008)

Johnny Wang, Msc PT, CAFCI. Wang Physio & Rehab Centre is located in the corner of High way10 & Queens Way Mississauga, providing physiotherapy, massage, orthotics and orthopedic shoes. Tel: 905-268-0868. (2009)

Laura Disenhaus, PT, DOMP Pelvic Floor Practitioner

Laura Disenhaus is a physiotherapist and osteopathic manual practitioner (the Canadian designation for osteopath) with extensive experience in chronic pain syndromes, orthopedics, and functional digestive disorders. As well as chronic pelvic pain conditions she also specializes in specific pelvic conditions including vulvadynia, interstitial cystitis, vaginismus, "chronic prostatitis", incontinence, and pre- and post-prostatectomy care. She is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and the Ontario Association of Osteopaths. For more information please feel free to call. You can also email to: laura.disenhaus@rogers.com.

Satori Urban Wellness, 33 Hazelton Avenue Toronto, ON, 416-972-9355
Dundas University Health Clinic, 438 University Avenue, Ste 104 Toronto, ON Ph 416-598-4999.

(revised Aug. 2013)

Jennifer Chalik B.Sc. PT, in practice since 2007 in the UK. I provide private in-home therapy currently to various types of clients. Clients range from children with CP, Neurological (post CVA, Neuro-surgical, MS etc.), back and other appendicular joint pain, and various other disabilities resulting in mobility loss. I would like to focus on post-rehabilitation clients, as I feel there is a large gap in post-rehab and carry-over with CCAC/Out-patient services. I prefer GTA locations, however, I can travel as far north as the 401 and south to the lake between Woodbine and Spadina. I can be contacted either by email at Jennifer.Chalik@yahoo.ca or by phone 416-871-5532 to arrange initial consultation. (revised 2010)

Lynda McClatchie, PT, MSc., Cert. MDT, Registered Physiotherapist
Spine and Sport Physiotherapy, 123 Edward Street, Suite 500, Toronto (1 Block north of Dundas St. between Bay St. and University Ave.); 416-971-7947 Lynda has over 17 years of clinical musculoskeletal experience, and is credentialed in the McKenzie system of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy. She is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, and has years of experience treating clients who suffer from back and neck problems, repetitive strain injuries, and women's health issues such as diastasis recti.

Matt Sanchez, MScPT, CAFCI, C/NDT, Registered Physiotherapist
Matt is a Registered Physiotherapist with 7 years of experience in treating musculoskeletal and neurological injuries and conditions. He performs home assessments and treatments in the GTA as well as Durham Region. He has a special interest for in home therapy for stroke, spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, post surgery and balance disorders. He is also trained in medical acupuncture and is an authorizer for the Assistive Devices Program which funds mobility devices for eligible Ontario residents. In most cases there is no fee for travel time. Please email matt@aim2walk.ca to schedule an appointment (Monday to Friday).

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