Aneesh Joseph RMT
Aneesh Joseph RMT the director of Therapy One graduated from Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 2008. His experience and vision are the back bone of Therapy One towards the formation of a successful team. Aneesh is registered and in good standing with the governing body of massage therapists, the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO).
He believes in treatments designed to provide symptom relief by addressing root cause and extremely committed to providing the best treatments by choosing the right techniques according to his clients’ unique conditions. He incorporates his experience and knowledge about various Massage Therapy techniques along with the combination of Swedish Massage Therapy, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, Pregnancy Massage Therapy and Deep Tissue treatments to maximize the benefits of this therapeutic approach. He is very dedicated to his profession and is constantly increasing his knowledge and skills as a therapist. He believes in educating clients’ through body awareness and prevention from injury, guiding them to recovery through stretching, strengthening and relaxation. He treats wide variety of clients ranging from pregnancy, sports injury rehabilitation, acute/chronic pain management, postural imbalances, stress related syndromes and relaxation.
Yasaman Razavi, DPT, Bsc, RMT
Yasaman is a registered physiotherapist, registered massage therapist and acupuncture provider at Therapy One. She graduated from Daemen College with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Prior to becoming a physiotherapist, she completed Bachelor’s of science (Hons) from University of Toronto.
In addition to her professional physiotherapy degree, Yasaman has taken many continuing education courses including Acupuncture, Taping, Soft tissue release, and Concussion management. Yasaman has completed advanced levels in McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy for treatment of neck and back problems and extremities. Yasaman has also successfully challenged level I exam of the Orthopedic Division of Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
Yasaman’s treatment approach focuses on evidence based, client centered approach through a combination of hands-on technique, specific home exercise program and client education to achieve optimal results.
During her spare time, Yasaman enjoys running, taking yoga classes and playing recreational volleyball.
Dr. Ryan Kim, DC BscH
Dr. Ryan Kim is a chiropractor and acupuncture practitioner. He is passionate about delivering evidence based care and promoting health and wellness to his patients. Dr. Kim believes that health care, like clothing, should be tailored to the individual. That is why he dedicates the time to, not only thoroughly examine the condition, but also understand and develop an individualized treatment plan to meet your health needs and goals.
Dr. Kim has a wide range of experience diagnosing and treating different types of musculoskeletal conditions. He specializes in a variety of treatments, including spinal manipulative therapy, acupuncture, muscle release therapy, and rehabilitative exercises. In addition, Dr. Kim is also well-versed in joint mobilization, IASTM, orthotics, and ergonomics.
Ronaly Gacula RMT
Ronaly is a registered massage therapist and earned her massage therapy diploma from Medix college of healthcare in 2014.
She pursue her career in massage therapy because of her passion to be a medium of healing and improving and maintaining everyone’s health and wellness. She uses soft tissue manipulation incorporates with deep tissue massage, trigger point release, manual lymphatic drainage, pregnancy, peripheral joint manipulation to enhance mobility, improve flexibility, increase circulation and improve healing process of soft tissues.
Ronaly is a good listener, problem-solver, honest and passionate to find solution treatment best and safe for clients.
Peter Wu Msc PT
Peter is a Registered Physiotherapist who completed his Master of Science in Physical Therapy at Queen’s University. Prior to completing his physiotherapy studies, he graduated with Honours from York University with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. Peter is currently licensed and registered in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario and is also a member of the Canadian and Ontario Physiotherapy Association.
Peter employs a holistic and evidenced-based approach to treatment to empower all his patients to achieve their health and functional goals. He utilizes a combination of “hands-on” manual therapy techniques, patient education, exercise prescription, posture correction, and therapeutic modalities in his practice to get his patients moving and feeling better. His extensive clinical experience in both hospital and clinic settings enables him to treat a diverse group of patients of varying age groups with various musculoskeletal conditions.
Furthermore, he enjoys staying up-to-date with the most current literature in physiotherapy and has taken the following courses: Sigvaris Certified Fitter course on compression stockings, Mulligan Lower Quadrant, Advanced Physical Therapy Education Institute’s shoulder complex course part 1. He plans to take additional post graduate courses in the field of orthopaedics by completing his manual therapy levels with the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
Paula Sidayen Clinic Manager
There is a face behind “the voice” you recognize on the telephone. It’s me!
I believe that life allow us to be as happy as we choose to be and I choose to be as cheerful as possible every day. It was my love of people and a desire to be helpful to others that led me to purse a career in the medical industry.
Paula is always happy to help when it comes to short information recap of services, treatment coordination or appointment booking.
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