Lori started her career in customer service and health care at a young age of 15 while working at a local gym . She soon learned she loved helping others with getting healthy and staying active . She later went on to pursue a career as a Registered Massage Therapist . Lori graduated from Sutherland Chan School of Massage and Hydrotherapy in July 2003. She worked at several different types of environments including chiropractic and physiotherapy offices as well as spas. She enjoyed being in a team environment and helping people return to doing the things they enjoyed .
Fast track 15 years and Lori decided she would give her massage hands a break. So in January 2018 Lori joined Muscle and Joint Clinic as the Clinic Manager . She loves using her health care background , customer service and administration skills here at the clinic to help others and keep the clinic running smoothly.
She would love to hear your positive feedback about what we are doing right as well as any concerns you may have about your treatment or aspects of the clinic .
She looks forward to greeting you at the front desk !
Ally is currently in her final year in High School and is excited to study kinesiology in University! She loves being able to use her customer service and personable skills in a healthcare environment. What she enjoys most about working at Muscle and Joint Clinic is being able to see patients overcome the pain that they’re in and get back to living their day to day life. She hopes to be able to use the knowledge learned in the clinic to become an occupational therapist in the future.
Christine is a fourth-year chiropractic intern from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. She previously studied Kinesiology at McMaster University and received a Honours Bachelor of Science with Summa Cum Laude distinction. As an undergraduate, she worked at multidisciplinary clinics and found interest in chronic pain, interprofessional care, and patient-centered approaches to physical rehabilitation. She completed her first clinical rotation at Sherbourne Health Center in Toronto, ON. She is currently in her second rotation and treating patients under supervision at CMCC-Bronte Harbour Chiropractic Clinic in Oakville, ON. Christine looks forward to interacting with patients at the front desk and helping the Muscle and Joint team provide high quality services to the community. She also enjoys hiking, playing music, and listening to podcasts.
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Dr. Malik is a Chiropractor residing in Mississauga, Ontario. He is a graduate from both the University of Manitoba and from Northwestern Health Sciences University in Minnesota. He is a member of the Manitoba Chiropractic Association, the College of Chiropractors of Ontario, the Canadian Chiropractic Association and the American and International Chiropractic Associations. Dr. Malik has also received a certificate in Rehabilitation from Northwestern Health Sciences University.
Dr. Malik’s hospital training and experience has allowed him to incorporate many leading techniques, such as Graston Technique and Kinesio Taping into his treatment plans. These specialized techniques are used at every athletic level, ranging from the amateurs, weekend warriors, Olympians and professional athletes. Along with athletes, these techniques have also been proven to work on conditions many people suffer on a daily basis helping them reach optimum health.
What makes Dr. Malik unique is his uncompromising approach to patient-centered health care. Dr. Malik believes strongly in using a multi-disciplinary approach, incorporating many therapies including:
– Chiropractic Techniques
– Physical Modalities
– Stretching and Exercise
– Nutritional Counseling
– Kinesio Taping
– Orthotics and Ergonomic Solutions
Dr. Rosanna Cheng is an evidence- based chiropractor that graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. After graduation, Dr. Cheng volunteered in Dominican Republic, and Tanzania, Africa providing chiropractic care to many patients. She has also completed her 200-hour certification of Yoga Teacher Training.
She looks to long-term solutions for patients, developing treatment plans that get to the root of the problem, rather than only the symptoms. She has had experience treating many orthopedic and neurological conditions, including sports injuries, overuse office injuries, and postural and mobility conditions. Dr. Cheng incorporates many of the following therapies including:
• Chiropractic techniques (diversified)
• Clinical acupuncture
• Graston Therapy
• Stretching and Exercise
• Orthotic and ergonomics solutions
• Shockwave therapy
• Cold Laser therapy
• Interferential Current
Outside of work, Dr. Cheng loves to travel, and is a devoted foodie. She loves to stay active by running, hiking, doing yoga, volleyball, snowboarding, and CrossFit.
Subash has an extensive background in treating patients of all ages, suffering from various musculoskeletal, neurological and sports injuries. After graduating from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences in 2008, he worked in a tertiary care hospital, primarily in the department of Orthopedics and his own physiotherapy clinic as a Registered Physiotherapist for more than 6 years.
He moved to Canada in 2015 and is currently registered as a Physiotherapist with the College of Physiotherapist of Ontario. Subash gives paramount importance to continuing education to keep pace with the latest knowledge, skills and trends, as well as to nurture evidence based practice in his routine client care. So far, he has attended various trainings, workshops and conferences to enhance his treatment skills to justify his client’s expectation of right and effective care.
Subash incorporates various treatment approaches including but not limited to manual therapy, electro therapy, individualized therapeutic exercise programs, ergonomics and patient education about prevention and re-injury. In his clinical practice, quality patient care and satisfaction is the foremost priority.
Iwona strongly believes that massage therapy is a viable modality for enhancing an individual’s overall health and well being. She truly enjoys her work and is passionate about the positive effects massage therapy can have on the body and mind. Iwona provides invigorating sports massage for fatigue, post-workout muscle soreness.She can also assist in the relief of migraines and tension headaches. She also provides relaxation massage sessions to help melt away the stresses of life. Iwona is a mother of two boys with whom she enjoys spending quality time with.
Monika is a Registered Massage Therapist that graduated from the Institute of Complementary and Alternative Therapy, and is very passionate about what she does. Monika believes that her therapy will help patients relieve the pain of an injury, stress, tensions as well as maintain good balance and harmony to the mind and body. Her specialities include a Swedish Massage, Trigger Points Therapy, deep tissue massage as well as relaxation treatment. Monika is excited to work with clients and help improve and maintain good health.
Sarmila graduated from The University of Toronto with a Bachelors of Physical and Health Education. She went on to study at York University, where she completed a 2-year certificate in Athletic Therapy. Sarmila has worked with all levels of athletes, from recreational to national, which have given her invaluable experience in the assessment and rehabilitation of both acute and chronic injuries.
Since certifying, Sarmila has worked for the U23 Mixed Australian Ultimate Frisbee team, was the Lead Rink-Side Therapist for CBC’s Battle of the Blades and was also on the medical team for the Toronto 2015 PanAm games.
Sarmila furthered her manual skills by attending Royal Canadian College of Massage Therapy and becoming a Registered Massage Therapist in 2016, which has advanced her knowledge of treating soft tissue injuries in a clinical setting.
Jaroslaw completed his massage therapy program and received his degree from Sutherland Chan Massage Therapy School. Prior to completing Massage Therapy, Jaroslaw received a 4 years honors degree in Kinesiology, providing him with a strong foundation and knowledge base in health, exercise, and the human anatomy and physiology. He is very passionate about massage therapy and its beneficial therapeutic effects. Jaroslaw uses a variety of Massage Therapy modalities in his treatments and is trained in Deep Tissue, Myofascial, General Swedish Techniques, and Trigger Point Techniques, while providing excellent remedial exercises to help patients regain and improve their musculoskeletal dysfunctions and impairments. Jaroslaw is outgoing and knowledgeable, and is ready to help and provide his patients with excellent care and quality massage therapy treatment.
Nicole is a Registered Massage Therapist and graduated with honours from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 2017. She is registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario and is a member of the Registered Massage Therapists’ Association of Ontario.
Through personal experience, Nicole understands how much massage can benefit both the body and mind. She has experience in Swedish massage, sports massage, prenatal massage, and TMJ treatments. Her treatments incorporate deeper techniques such as fascial and trigger point therapy into relaxation-based massages to help relieve tension and muscle soreness while helping you de-stress.
Michelle is a graduate of the Georgian College Massage Therapy Program, and is registered in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario and the Registered Massage Therapists Association of Ontario.
She has experience working with a wide range of people and conditions, from those seeking stress and tension relief, to those recovering from injuries.
Michelle uses various therapeutic techniques to treat soft tissue dysfunction, as well as providing home care if necessary for clients to meet their goals. In the future, she aims to take courses in cupping and taping to add to her treatment resources.
My passion for natural medicine began many years ago when I had no idea what a Naturopathic Doctor was. I observed my mother battle with various ailments including chronic pain and inflammation as well as cardiovascular disease. Not only was she medicated with drugs for her symptoms, she was also given drugs for the side effects caused by her medications. The quality of her health declined each day with dependency on medications. Through caring for her, I discovered and began to appreciate naturopathic medicine. Tolle causam, identify and treat the cause is a principle of naturopathic medicine that resonated with me- her treatment had a purpose and goal. Through witnessing my mother’s struggles drastically improve, she regained her health and well being through natural modalities.
This sparked my interest in Naturopathic Medicine and after completing my undergraduate degree from the University of Toronto specializing in Nutritional Sciences I excitedly embarked on a four year degree at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. With over 3000 hours of classroom training and over 1200 hours of clinical experience, I completed my Bachelors of Naturopathy degree that focused on biomedical sciences, clinical sciences and naturopathic therapeutics.
Dr. Tanvi Tijoriwala, ND is a licensed naturopathic doctor who graduated from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. She has completed her Bachelors in Life Science from McMaster University and has a master’s in Microbiology & Immunology from Colorado State University.
Dr. Tanvi’s mission is to enable you to live your best life without letting your health concerns get in the way. In order to help you achieve your health goals, she works on preventative medicine and treats the root cause of your condition, so you can stay healthy longer.
Dr. Tanvi wears many hats in the health and wellness industry including writing for various health magazines. When she is not working, you can find her exploring hiking trails, exploring foods from different cultures or reading a good book.
Conditions treated by Dr. Tanvi
Stacey is a practicing Registered Dietitian residing in Sioux Lookout, Ontario. She completed her Master’s degree in Applied Nutrition at the University of Guelph in August 2020 and she completed her undergraduate studies at Western University. Currently, Stacey is spending most of her time serving the indigenous population in Northwestern Ontario.
She believes in evidence-based practice and person-centred approach when counselling clients, and above all, she understands the pleasure as well as struggles that come with eating. She’s had experience with managing chronic conditions such as:
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Chronic Kidney Disease
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
She is also experienced and passionate about family nutrition i.e., pre- and post-natal nutritional counselling, and helping babies and toddlers to develop a healthy relationship with food from a young age.
When she is not working, she enjoys skateboarding, snowboarding, curling, rowing, and providing foster care to strayed animals and finding a forever home for them.
Stacey offers virtual care in the evening and on the weekends.