Our Physiotherapy team consists of Physiotherapists with advanced training in the treatment of clients with: TMJ dysfunction, vestibular disorders, concussions, persistent pain and musculoskeletal conditions. Treatment is evidence-based and person-focused. Physiotherapy appointments are one-to-one with a physiotherapist in private treatment rooms.
Initial assessments usually last 60 minutes with follow up appointments lasting 30-45 minutes depending on the nature of the injury. All appointments are one-on-one with your physiotherapist.
We accept all patients, including WSIB, auto-insurance, private patients and those with extended health benefits. Please call us at (905) 777-9838, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment or to speak with a member of the clinical team about your health concern.
Karly Doehring, MScPT, BSc (Hons) – Physiotherapist & Physiotherapy Practice Leader
Karly is a creative and thoughtful physiotherapist who wants to work with you to achieve your goals. She incorporates her research, coaching and exercise experience to tailor and progress your rehab program to your needs and wants. Having made the leap from hospital to private practice years ago, she’s focused her ongoing learning in treatment of: advanced vestibular dysfunction, craniofacial pain, TMJ dysfunction, neck dysfunction, and concussion rehabilitation.
Karly graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Physiology and minor in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry from Simon Fraser University and a Master of Science in Physiotherapy from McMaster University. She successfully completed training and testing in Vestibular Rehabilitation through Emory University, Atlanta and the American Physical Therapy Association. She recently completed Advanced Vestibular Rehabilitation courses and acupuncture training. When she’s not in the clinic or researching new treatment, you can find her with the rowers at Hamilton’s stunning waterfront or in the trails biking, skiing or climbing.
Jennifer Huber, BScPT – Physiotherapist
Jennifer is a patient and compassionate physiotherapist with 20 years of experience. She brings her kind and calm demeanour, which east coasters are known for, to in-home treatment for patients in Hamilton and the surrounding area. Our in-home physiotherapy services cater to motor vehicle accident claims for individuals who are unable to leave their home. Jennifer works closely with other health care providers involved in your care following an accident. She continues to develop her skills through post graduate courses in the area of orthopaedics including TMJ rehabilitation. To your home appointments she carries these hands on skills as well as modalities such as ultrasound and acupuncture.
Margaret Wilding, BScPT, CAFCI (Acupuncture) – Physiotherapist
Meet Margaret Wilding. She is interested YOU. Because you, your injury and its solution are an interesting puzzle. It is our job to bring back the joy in your life, in the way that is specific to you. We usually find that exercises are more effective when combined with manual therapy, “hands on” treatment, and as such treatment will always include exercise of some sort. With 30 years of physiotherapy experience, Margaret works to stay on top of advancing research and clinical techniques. She has further training in rehabilitation of: vestibular impairments, TMJ dysfunction, persistent pain, nerve mobilization techniques, and orthopaedic rehabilitation along with additional certification through Shift Concussion management, and Acupuncture Foundation of Canada.
Michael La, RMT – Registered Massage Therapist
Michael is here to help you get closer to your goals. He is knowledgeable in a variety of different modalities and will find any way possible to get you feeling better and moving better. Some of his modalities include taping, cupping and tooling, with acupuncture currently a work in process. Michael genuinely enjoys making people feel better and looks forward to seeing you.
Michael graduated from McMaster University with a BSc Honours Biology and Mohawk College with a diploma in Massage therapy. He is certified in RockTape & RockBlades and is currently learning acupuncture at McMaster’s contemporary acupuncture program. On his time off Michael likes to hit the gym, go on walks, eat Asian food, watch movies and spend time with family and friends.
Frances Tregurtha , RMT – Registered Massage Therapist
Frances has been a practicing member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario since 2000, graduating with honours from her program at the Canadian Therapeutic College. She has completed the 5-year academic program at the Canadian College of Osteopathy in Toronto, and is currently working on research to earn her diploma in osteopathic manual practice (DO[MP]).
Her work background is varied, including palliative and long term care work. The bulk of her career has been in private clinical practice, treating everyone from infants to the elderly. Recently, her clinical focus has incorporated dermoneuromodulation (DNM), an evidence-based approach to manual therapy treatment. She has a passionate personal interest in pain research, and has pursued educational opportunities accordingly.
Frances uses this blend of therapeutic approaches and education, within the massage therapy scope of practice, to work with patients in achieving their therapeutic goals. Typical sessions are gentle and comfortable, and may or may not include traditional Swedish massage work, depending on the patient’s individual needs that day.
Outside of work, Frances can be found at home, in the garden, or cooking. When she’s not at home, she is out and about with her dog and family, enjoying the city and exploring nature.