Abhijit Minhas


After completing his Bachelors of Physiotherapy (2010) and working for about a year in India, Abhijit went on to pursue his Masters in exercise science from Long Island University, USA (2013). Following his Masters, he practiced in outpatient physical therapy in New York City for about 3.5 years where he saw patients with different orthopedic and sports related injuries.

He has a keen interest in continuing education and has done a number of courses to improve his knowledge in the field of rehabilitation. Abhijit has completed both upper and lower quadrants of the mulligan concept and successful passed the Certification exam and is a Certified Mulligan Practitioner. He has taken Kinesiotape courses at K-Active, Rocktape fascial movement taping, NKT level one course, IASTM course from advanced CEU (USA) and advanced shoulder rehab course. He has a keen interest in the Mechanical diagnosis and treatment and plans to take his McKenzie part A course soon.

In his spare time, he likes to keep active by biking, kayaking, working out and writing his physiotherapy blog.


Carly Getz


Carly Getz is currently on maternity leave.

Carly has been a Registered Physiotherapist since 2013 and a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT) since 2018.  She graduated from Queen’s University with a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy and holds a degree in Physical Health and Education from the University of Toronto and a degree in Therapeutic Recreation from Brock University. After working as a Physiotherapist for 4 years she went on to achieve a Masters of Clinical Science in Advanced Health Care Practice (Manipulative Therapy) from Western University.

Carly has taken post-graduate courses in Manual Therapy, Acupuncture, Dry Needling and the Shoulder Complex and is able to treat a wide variety of conditions, both spinal and peripheral, including non-concussion related headaches and TMJ issues. She uses an evidence-based approach incorporating manual therapy, exercise and education, with a focused assessment and treatment tailored to each client.  Carly enjoys staying active, participating in sports, traveling and hiking. She grew up playing competitive soccer and dancing and more recently has taken up curling, gardening and doing home renovations.  Carly feels that her experiences help her appreciate the importance of a strong rehabilitative team to enable return to sport and normal function following an injury.


Kelly Debouter


Kelly is a highly skilled physiotherapist with a wealth of experience and expertise in the field, having been a registered physiotherapist since 2007. In 2016, she became a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT). Kelly earned her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Dalhousie University in 2004 and continued her education by obtaining her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from Queen’s University in 2007, followed by her Masters of Clinical Science in Manipulative Physiotherapy from Western University in 2016.

As a proud member of the Canadian Armed Forces from 2007 to 2024, Kelly served her country with honor and distinction. Throughout her career, she provided vital care to soldiers, sailors, and aviators, both at home and abroad. Kelly’s service took her on deployments to Afghanistan, Latvia, and Romania, where she played a crucial role in supporting the health and well-being of military personnel. In addition, Kelly was the Physiotherapist at various international sporting events, including the World Military Games in Brazil and the Military World Championships for women’s soccer and triathlon. She also proudly served on the medical team for Team Canada at the Invictus Games in Toronto.

Kelly is also a certified Graston Technique provider. As a  certified Graston Technique provider, Kelly has undergone rigorous training to master this technique. This certification ensures that you receive the highest standard of care, leveraging the latest advancements in soft tissue therapy to get you back to your best self.

Kelly’s commitment to professional development is evident through her extensive post-graduate training, which includes specialization in manual therapy, McKenzie levels A, B, and C, acupuncture, dry needling, concussion management, vestibular rehabilitation, and more.

Drawing from her comprehensive training and rich experience, Kelly tailors individualized treatment approaches for each of her patients. Her areas of expertise include orthopaedic conditions, concussion management, vestibular rehabilitation, and is passionate about helping her patients achieve their health and wellness goals.

Beyond her professional endeavors, Kelly enjoys an active lifestyle. You might catch her and her husband exploring town on their electric unicycles or paddling on standup paddle boards. She also finds joy in activities like weightlifting, spinning, and yoga.


Dr. Jason Singh, BSc, DC.


Born in Ottawa, Dr. Jason Singh embarked on his academic journey at University of Ottawa, where he graduated with Honours in Bachelor of Science. Driven by a profound interest in non-invasive solutions for health and well-being, he pursued and successfully completed his Doctor of Chiropractic degree at D’Youville University in Buffalo, NY. Jason has a passion for empowering patients in their healing journey, with a dedication to continuous professional development. Jason is devoted to create a positive, supportive environment and building strong relationships with patients and colleagues within a multidisciplinary setting.


Akrm Ghergab DOMP

Manual Osteopathy Practitioner


Akrm Ghergab is a highly skilled manual osteopath who offers a diverse range of hands-on techniques to address musculoskeletal issues and promote holistic well-being. These techniques include soft tissue therapies, joint mobilization, muscle energy techniques, cranial and visceral manipulation and more.

Akrm possesses a remarkable blend of expertise, holding a Ph.D. in Microbiology, which has equipped him with a deep understanding of cellular and tissue biology. His comprehensive knowledge in these areas enriches his approach to manual osteopathy, enabling him to provide you with evidence-based care.

In addition to his impressive qualifications, Akrm’s commitment to continuous learning is truly commendable. He is currently pursuing his Doctor of Naprapathy, specializing in connective tissue health. This additional focus on connective tissue positions him as a dedicated specialist in addressing issues related to musculoskeletal and structural well-being.


What is Osteopathy?

Osteopathy is a drug-free, non-invasive manual healthcare approach that focuses on total body health by treating and strengthening the musculoskeletal framework, which includes the joints, muscles, and spine. It aims to positively affect the body’s nervous, circulatory, and lymphatic systems.

Treatment areas:

·       Craniosacral therapy ·       Headaches and migraines
·       Visceral manipulation ·       Neck & shoulder pain
·       Postural problems ·       Whiplash
·       Sports injuries ·       Back Pain
·       Repetitive strain injuries ·       Sciatica
·       TMJ dysfunction ·       Knee pain
·       Arthritis ·       And more

Nadine Boileau

Occupational Therapist

Nadine is a compassionate OT who collaborates with her clients to identify meaningful treatment goals and develop individualized treatment plans that best support their recovery and overall well-being. She obtained her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from McMaster University after completing her undergraduate studies at the University of Waterloo in Social Development Studies.

Nadine is experienced in working with adult and pediatric clients. She is skilled in working with individuals with memory and attention impairments, chronic pain, and mood disturbances. She utilizes a client-centered approach in combination with evidence-based practice to best support her clients in achieving their goals. In her free time, she enjoys rock climbing, sewing, creative writing, cooking, and baking.

Jill Angus

Administration Manager