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Physiotherapists in Toronto

Jordan Hoskin, Physiotherapy Resident

Availability: Tuesday – Thursday 9:00 – 7:00; Friday 9:00 – 4:00

Experience: 1 year of clinical placements working with diverse populations across Toronto Hospitals and clinics

Education: Master of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Toronto. Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Waterloo

Clinical Focus: Balanced approach combining of manual therapy, exercise prescription, patient education, electro-physical agents

Languages Spoken: English

Tim Lin, PT

Availability: Tuesday and Thursday 9:00am – 2:00pm, Wednesday 9:00am – 7:00pm.

Experience: 4 years

Education:Master of Physical Therapy Degree in 2017 from Queen’s University; Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Biology at the University of Waterloo

Clinical Focus: Orthopaedic and sports injuries utilizing manual therapy, joint mobilization, functional muscle release, exercise prescription and therapeutic modalities to achieve optimal outcomes.

Languages Spoken: English and Mandarin

Physiotherapy deals with the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries. Physiotherapy uses methods which include movement, biomechanics, manual therapy, exercise, and electrotherapy. It provides lasting relief from chronic pain, whether due to workplace injury, accident, incorrect posture, or other external factors.

At Don Valley, our experienced physiotherapists provide essential education about your body, helping you determine the cause for impaired movement. Then, they prescribe personalized therapies and exercises to help you restore mobility and independence.

Benefits of physiotherapy

Physiotherapy provides relief to people of all ages suffering from different ailments, injuries or disorders. With the help of physiotherapy, you can lead a more active and healthy life. Better-known benefits of physiotherapy include:

  • Relief from pain
  • Improved mobility and balance
  • Prevention of/recovery from surgery
  • Manage age-related issues
  • Avoid dependency on pain medicines