Sanaz is a registered physiotherapist with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario. She also graduated from University of Toronto in Rehabilitation Sciences in 2018. She has more than 14 years of experience treating a variety of patients in Canada and abroad.
She has been involved in research on fall prevention strategies in Older adults with and without neurological impairments.
Sanaz’s clinical approach incorporates education, manual therapy, exercise prescription, acupuncture, modalities, and taping. She is passionate about continuous learning and development. She has done numerous courses in her post graduate studies including Acupuncture, Dry needling, McKenzie techniques, Mulligan concepts, spine and extremities manual therapy techniques. By combining these techniques, she believes every patient could gain advantage of a unique personalize treatment plan which target the highest quality of patient care.Read More
Tazim Dhanani graduated from McMaster University in 1999 with a second degree in Physiotherapy. She gained extensive experience in rehabilitation medicine and individual program design through positions of increasing responsibility at several clinics in the GTA and at Sick Kids Hospital as both a Kinesiologist and a Physiotherapist.
Tazim has completed numerous post graduate courses (McKenzie, Sahrmann, Mulligan, NDT, Acupuncture) with an emphasis in orthopedics, manual therapy and pediatrics. She was an Owner/Clinic Director of a Rehabilitation practice in Etobicoke from 2005 – 2010. Her professional goals include staying active in the clinical side while developing a multidisciplinary clinic to serve the North Toronto community where she has made her home for almost 15 years.Read More
Tetyana is a Chiropodist registered with the College of Chiropodists of Ontario. She completed her Honours Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology at York University. She then chose to continue to pursue her interest in healthcare by earning a Graduate Advanced Diploma of Health Sciences in Chiropody at the Michener Institute for Applied Health Sciences located in Toronto. .
The Chiropody program is a post-undergraduate, professional program that includes extensive clinical experience. Throughout her time at the Michener Institute, Tetyana gained valuable experience working with many different patient populations in multiple practise sites including: St. Michael’s Hospital, Anishnawbe Health Toronto, Flemingdon Community Health Centre, The Four Villages Community Health Centre and Taibu Community Health Centre.Read More
Jenna obtained her Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy from Queen’s University. Prior to this, she graduated from Laurentian University with an Honours degree in Bachelor of Physical Health and Education in Health Promotion. Jenna is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and is registered with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario.
Jenna has a special interest in pelvic health physiotherapy and has completed all of the levels 1, 2 and 3. Her training included how to assess and rehabilitate incontinence and pelvic floor dysfunctions, chronic pelvic pain, pre and post natal rehabilitation, pelvic organ prolapse and more! She has completed courses in acupuncture and dry needling, as well as soft tissue release where she utilizes a variety of techniques that manage pain, repair injuries and prevents recurrences. Jenna’s treatment principles include a strong emphasis on manual therapy, pain management, education, exercise and the use of modalities. She values post-graduate education and is passionate about continuing courses to enhance her practice. Jenna is eager to empower her patients with knowledge and a better understanding of their injury in order to achieve optimal outcomes and their personal goals.
She enjoys working with of any age and has an interest in sports rehabilitation. Jenna brings her sports background and many years as an elite basketball player to Fairlawn. Jenna enjoys travelling and staying active through cycling, golf, beach volleyball, and going to the gym to work on strength and conditioning.Read More
Dr. Jessica Roeder is a graduate of the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and the Contemporary Medical Acupuncture program at McMaster University. Through knowledge gained from her undergraduate studies in Human Kinetics, Dr. Roeder places an emphasis towards correcting biomechanical dysfunction in order to restore function and improve performance and adaptability.
Following the Functional Integrated Therapy approach, her treatment consists of chiropractic care, medical acupuncture, and Active Release Techniques (ART). This comprehensive method aids in the long-term resolution of injuries, improves the body's function and contributes to optimal health.
Dr. Roeder spent four years running on the University of Windsor's varsity track and field team. Through her strong investment in both academics and athletics she gained the title as an Academic All-Canadian. Through her participation in Track and field, Dr. Roeder invests a strong interest in running mechanics and in all forms of athletics especially downhill skiing and swimming.
Through her program at McMaster University, Dr. Roeder takes a unique approach to treatment with Acupuncture. Dr. Roeder will use a combination of classic acupuncture points and electro-stimulation in order to relax tight muscles, increase blood flow to the injured sight and access the nervous system to help reduce inflammation and pain.
Dr. Roeder is also certified in Cosmetic Acupuncture. Cosmetic Acupuncture helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles over time as well as giving the skin a healthy glow. This is an alternative method to fillers and botox and is a risk free way to give your skin a healthy more youthful appearance.Read More
Gina is a Body Harmonics certified Pilates instructor who has worked with a diverse range of clients, including those with degenerative disc issues, neurological disorders, hip replacements, older adults, and pre/post-natal. Applying her knowledge of posture, gait mechanics, and skeletal alignment, she helps clients achieve optimal movement, core support, and sense of proprioception. Gina sees Pilates as an invaluable tool, not just as a form of rehabilitation, but as a continuing practice that encourages the body to move with greater ease and strength. She enjoys getting to know clients individually and helping them to improve their overall quality of life. In her spare time, Gina enjoys taking nature hikes with her family, listening to music, and dancing.
Austin is a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) who specializes in trigger point therapy, deep tissue therapy, Swedish massage, myofascial release and Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF). He is a graduate of Humber College who was elected by his colleagues to receive the Massage Therapy Special Recognition Award in 2015, and is currently in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO).
Austin is certified through The Centre for Pain Management for integrated manual therapy and orthopedic massage for forearm, wrist and hand conditions, as well as massage for pelvic stabilization: low back pain, hip pain and sciatica. He is currently working with a variety of people ranging from as young as 6 years to 94 years of age.
Throughout his clinical experience, Austin has treated people experiencing chronic pain or discomfort resulting from: postural imbalances, poor workplace ergonomics, repetitive strain injuries (golfer's elbow, tennis elbow, Achilles tendinitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, etc.), sports/exercise related injuries, joint and fascial restrictions, and many more.
With the unique delivery of his techniques along with his comprehensive training in anatomy, Austin hopes to help relieve pain, increase functionality, and educate his clients on how to prevent future impairments.Read More
Dr. Jennifer Yeung graduated from New York Chiropractic College after completing a Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Toronto. She is licensed to practise by the College of Chiropractors of Ontario, and is a member of the Canadian and Ontario Chiropractic Associations.
Dr. Yeung uses different manual techniques in her chiropractic care, including: manual spinal manipulations (often associated with the "pop" sound), instrument-assisted manipulations, light soft tissue (muscle) work, stretching and home exercise.
Dr. Yeung enjoys all things related to food, vinyasa yoga, and doting on her two daughters.Read More
I graduated from Sutherland-Chan School & Teaching Clinic in Toronto in 1994. I am registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario.
I am also trained in Shiatsu, Reflexology, and Lymph Drainage Therapy.
I have massaged clients in the post-surgical unit at Guelph Hospital and a motor vehicle rehabilitation clinic.
I have clinical experience with Multiple Sclerosis, H.I.V.+, Seniors, Pregnancy and post surgery.
Range of my clients are as young as 8 years old to 106 years old.Read More
Anne is an experienced office administrator having worked at our Fairlawn location for several years and now here at Activecare. She holds an honours BSc in kinesiology from Queen's University and aspires to become a physiotherapist herself. She is committed to helping patients in any way she can. Feel free to contact her at the clinic with any questions you may have about the clinic and its services.
Amin graduated in 2014 with a Bachelor of Kinesiology and Exercise Science from Humber College, and then subsequently from Sutherland Chan's rigorous Massage Therapy program.
Amin has a keen interest in body mechanics and movement, and works dynamically to integrate myofascial therapy, PIR/PNF, and stretch therapy in addition to wonderfully relaxing Swedish massage techniques in his treatments.Read More