Navneet Kaur

Physiotherapist (Virtual Physiotherapy Services)

Navneet graduated from India with honors in bachelors of Physical Therapy in 2013.Following her graduation, Navneet worked in Ortho and Trauma Hospital as Regd. PT in India before moving to Canada in 2015. After which she completed her 2 years Diploma in OTA/PTA from Georgian college, Canada in 2016. She worked for 2 years in Milton as a PTA in long term care facility before transitioning to private clinical practice. In order to work as Regd. PT in Canada, she passed her national competency exams between 2018-2019 while continuing working as Resident PT and now working as Regd. PT since August,2019.

Navneet continued to work in Kitchener-Waterloo area at multiple private practice clinics with a passion for providing high quality, client centered care in orthopedics and manual therapy. To further her education and skills, Navneet has continued to complete courses on a regular basis. She has completed courses of soft tissue release including treatment of low back, hip, neck, shoulder and extremities and also completed Level 1 vestibular Rehab and Managing Dizziness in post-concussion syndrome. Navneet has also begun coursework towards her Diploma of Advanced orthopedic Manual and Manipulative physiotherapy by Canadian physiotherapy Association by enrolling herself for Level 1 Exam.

Navneet has an interest in orthopedic, neurological, pelvic health, concussion and vestibular conditions. She uses a combination of education, Manual therapy and exercise plans to help her clients to reach their goals. She focuses on regaining function and believes that working as a team with her clients is the key.

In her spare time, Navneet enjoys live music, camping and traveling. In her usual routine she like to keep herself engaged doing workouts, dance & yoga classes, also enjoys being crafty at home while taking care of her plants. Navneet believes that her career gives her the opportunity to touch peoples lives to make a difference and to have gratification while doing so.

Naval Shah

Naval Shah


Naval Shah has completed his Bachelor’s of Physiotherapy in 2019 and is an active member of the College of Physiotherapist of Ontario.  Naval has also completed a diploma in Fitness and Health promotion from Algonquin College, Ottawa in 2021.

Naval loves the idea of treating an injury or chronic problem by natural methods and without medication and surgery.

His goal is to use his knowledge and therapeutic skills to restore function and movement and relieve pain so that his patients can enjoy their lives and remain active.

Naval can help you if want to understand the mechanics and root cause of your injury. Furthermore, once you want to know how to independently manage and prevent recurrences. He favours a hands-on approach to assessment and treatment in addition to movement & exercise interventions..

He is interested in continuing education and taking courses like Dry Needling, Acupunture, Kinesio Taping, Manual therapy and Sports Physiotherapy.

Outside of work he likes cooking, hiking, swimming and playing beach volleyball.


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.