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    Jacqueline completed her Masters of Science in Physiotherapy at McMaster University. Prior to her Master’s degree, she obtained an Honours Bachelor of Science in Human Biology, Psychology, and Physiology at the University of Toronto.

    She is a resident physiotherapist registered with the College of Physiotherapist of Ontario and is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.

    Jacqueline is passionate about promoting physical health and working with patients to achieve their goals and get them back to doing what they love! Her treatment approach includes a combination of hands-on manual therapy, education, and exercise prescription.

    In her spare time, Jacqueline enjoys yoga, hiking, and playing the piano. Jacqueline practices at the Etobicoke clinic and can be reached at



      Sneha is a registered Physiotherapist who is licensed to practice in province of Ontario.

      She holds a Bachelors degree in Physiotherapy and has been practicing for more than 7 years in various clinical settings.

      Sneha believes in conducting a detailed initial assessment, followed by manual hands-on and active therapy with patient education which involves a combination of techniques like Myofascial release, Mulligan, Maitland and Graston Technique. Sneha is also well trained in using Neuro-developmental techniques, sensory re-education, Pilates and Kinesio-taping. She is taking her career a step forward by working on pursuing McKenzie and Acupuncture certification.

      Sneha is an extrovert by nature and in her free time enjoys traveling and reading.

      She practices at the Erin Mills clinic and can be reached at



        Matthew holds a D.Ch. from the Michener Institute and a B.Sc. (Hons) from the University of Western Ontario.

        Through his chiropody training at St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto Western Hospital, and multiple private practices around Toronto, he has gained a comprehensive knowledge of foot health for patients of all ages.

        As an avid hiker and snowboarder, Matthew has a special interest in biomechanics and sports medicine.

        Matthew practices out of our Oakville, Mississauga and North York clinics and can be reached at



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            TAYSER ZOUBI

            Tayser Zoubi graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University with a Masters of Science in Physiotherapy after completing his Bachelor of Kinesiology at Brock University. Tayser carries a passion for movement and rehabilitation that stems from his background in sport. Although well versed in sports rehabilitation, his research focus involved garnering an improved functional outcome for patients coping with chronic pain, autoimmune disease, and general orthopaedic complaints. Tayser is a strong proponent of life-long learning and hopes to further his understanding of the human body through research involvement and further study.

            Tayser’s approach to patient care is multifaceted and is conducted with the goal of patient empowerment. Patients can expect 1-on-1 evidence-based treatments that typically involve education, manual therapy, electrotherapy and exercise interventions. He plans to further expand his practice by advancing his skills in manual therapy and acupuncture.

            Tayser works out of our Oakville location and can be best reached by email:


              HEECHAN LEE

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                ANTHONY CUBELLO

                Anthony graduated from McMaster University with a Masters of Physiotherapy and previously attained an undergraduate degree in Kinesiology & Health Science from York University. His passion for human movement stems from his life experience with exercise and the positive, transformative effects it had physically and psycho-socially in his life. His desire to help others, along with his immense interest in human anatomy, physiology, and functional exercise training has led him to pursue Physiotherapy.

                Anthony utilizes a multi-modal approach to rehabilitation including a combination of exercise, education, manual therapy and modalities to help patients get back to the activities they enjoy. He empowers his patients to take an active approach in managing their injuries and recovery process.  He has a strong desire to pursue extensive postgraduate education in manual therapy, strength and conditioning, and pre-habilitation using exercise as a preventative strategy to mitigate future injury.

                Anthony has experience working with athletes as a prior strength trainer for Ontario Athletics Baseball Association as well as working with diverse populations with the City of Vaughan as a Fitness Consultant/Instructor.

                He is dedicated to encouraging others to live a healthy active lifestyle, and consistently strives to practice what he preaches, as an avid runner, weightlifter, hockey player and golfer himself. He also very much enjoys playing drums or guitar in his free time.

                Anthony works out of the Etobicoke clinic and may be reached at



                  LAURIN BLACK

                  Laurin obtained her Master of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto, following her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with a minor in Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Waterloo. She is currently a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA).

                  Laurin is passionate about guiding individuals to achieve their goals through a holistic approach. Her assessment and treatment style involves the bio-psychosocial model, which allows her to ensure each person receives care that best suits their needs. Physiotherapy with Laurin includes an individualized program featuring manual therapy, soft tissue work, exercise, education, and lifestyle modification based on assessment findings and relevant literature.

                  Laurin is working towards her Manual Therapy Levels through the Orthopaedic Division, as well as certification in Pelvic Health through the Women’s Health Division of the CPA. She has also done courses in acupuncture and dry needling.

                  In her free time, Laurin can usually be found hiking, cycling, or exploring Canadian microbreweries.

                  Laurin practices out of the King West and Queens Quay clinics and may be reached at

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                    DAMIAN CHECHLACZ

                    Damian received his Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Toronto, and prior to that, completed his Bachelor of Kinesiology at the University of Toronto. As a physiotherapist, Damian makes it his mission to guide clients throughout the healing process and get them back to doing what they love.

                    Damian is passionate about client-centred care and uses his clinical knowledge in conjunction with his fascination with human psychology in order to energize and empower his clients to take control of their health. He strives to achieve this through the three pillars of exercise, manual therapy, and education. Damian is currently pursuing his Manual Therapy levels through the Orthopedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and has developed an astute interest in acupuncture, the Mulligan Concept, and myofascial release technqiues thus far.

                    Outside of the clinic, Damian is an extroverted soul who loves exercise, swing dancing, and thought provoking conversations over an exquisite cup of coffee. Damian practices at our North York location and you can reach him at