Alina completed her Masters of Physical Therapy from Western University and previously acquired a Bachelor degree in Biological Science and Management from University of Ontario Institute of Technology. She is currently registered with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario and am a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.

        Alina’s fascination with how the human body works, as well as a strong personal interest in a healthy lifestyle are the main motivators that led her into the field of physiotherapy. She believes each individual requires a personalized uniquely tailored treatment plan to meet their needs. Alina is passionate about helping clients to achieve their goals, optimize their function and return to their everyday activities. Her treatment approach involves a combination of manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, education and modalities. Alina also highly values continuing education. She has obtained her Level 1 Manual Therapy Certification through the Orthopedic Division and plans to pursue further education in Manual Therapy and Pelvic Health.

        During her free time she enjoys being at the gym, cooking, spending time with family and friends and travelling. Alina practices at the North York clinic and can be reached at


          Dr. MAGGIE JUAREZ

          Dr. Maggie was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario. She graduated from Brock University with her Bachelor of Kinesiology and continued her education at Mount Royal University to complete her Advanced Athletic Therapist Certificate. She worked for 11 years in both Canada and the States as an Athletic Therapist with Hockey, Lacrosse, Rugby, Football, and Gymnastics teams and was the Head Athletic Trainer for the Sequoia Unified High School District.

          Dr. Maggie decided to go to chiropractic school at Palmer College of Chiropractic West in San Jose, California in order to expand her scope of practice and work with a variety of different patients. While attending Palmer, she was an executive member of the Student Government, a Campus Guide, and President of the Soft Tissue Club. She completed her internship in the Veterans Hospital in Palo Alto, California. While at school she worked at Apple as a chiropractic assistant. She graduated Cum Laude and was awarded Valedictorian, the Virgil Strang Award and runner up for the Clinical Excellence Award. Dr. Maggie enjoys working with patients of different ages and incorporates a variety of Chiropractic techniques, manual therapy and exercises to promote optimal function.

          In her free time, Dr. Maggie enjoys running, reading and hanging out with her 3 German Shepherds. Dr. Maggie practices at the Oakville clinic and may be contacted at



            Christine completed her Master of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Toronto and Honours Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences at McMaster University.

            She has returned to McMaster to complete her training in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture. She has had much success treating injuries and pain using the biopsychosocial model and functional impairments through manual therapy, exercise therapy, and acupuncture. She has also completed courses in vestibular rehabilitation and functional rehabilitation.

            Christine is passionate about helping people restore movement, strength, and confidence with activities that are meaningful to them. She always strives to provide the best care for her clients. She has experience treating sports injuries, fractures, post-operative conditions, concussion, and motor vehicle accidents. She also treats gradual progression of joint/muscle pain related to overuse or functional impairments. She conducts a thorough assessment to identify contributing factors and addresses the pertinent factors with the client through a collaborative approach.

            Aside from sports, Christine loves music and dance and enjoys creating her own choreographies!

            Christine practices at the Oakville clinic and can be contacted at

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                  VICTORIA BORBELY

                  Victoria completed her physiotherapy degree at Semmelweis University in Budapest, Hungary. Prior to studying physiotherapy, Victoria obtained a Bachelor of Kinesiology at the University of Toronto.

                  Victoria believes in a holistic and patient-centred approach to treatment.  Her goal is to empower patients with the tools and knowledge to achieve their functional goals and maintain their progress. Her treatment approach consists of a combination of manual techniques, therapeutic exercise, modalities and patient education. Victoria plans to continue her clinical education by pursuing courses in acupuncture, dry needling, manual therapy, and proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF).

                  In her spare time she enjoys various activities such as running, cycling, lifting, boxing and Zumba. Victoria works out of the King West location and can be reached at


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                      • Location: Etobicoke