Old North Physiotherapy - pt Health
‘Nothing but good things to say about this clinic & its staff! They encourage you to reach your goals and genuinely care about your recovery. They inquire about concerns, make it easy for you to ask questions. Very positive & fun to talk to. I definitely recommend doing physio at Old North Physiotherapy!‘
‘I/’d recommend this place to anyone going through pain. I/’d been to other places before, and the team at Old North really goes the extra mile to help get to the bottom of an issue. It is rare to find such a welcoming, patient and helpful environment, and it has been much appreciated for the months I/’ve been a client.‘
Our Clinic Team
Massage TherapistSpeaks: English
Mathew is a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) who graduated from the D'Arcy Lane Institute in 2015. Mathew is passionate about anatomy and physiology and loves meeting new people. His mission is to help people live pain free lives. His approach focuses on identifying the root cause of his client's pain before assessing and treating the area of concern. He uses a deep style of massage influenced by Swedish and Thai massage styles and nerve flossing while making fitness and ergonomic recommendations.
Mathew is a fitness advocate and understands the importance of exercising to keep himself healthy and happy. He is also passionate about food and has been studying Spanish since 2017. Although not fluent, he can hold a basic conversation and has muchas a good time while on vacation!
Massage TherapistSpeaks: English, Japanese
Akiko graduated Kikkawa College in 2021. She utilizes a broad range of massage techniques in her practice including moderate/deep pressure Swedish massage, myofascial release therapy and prenatal/postnatal massage. She recognizes the positive impact of massage therapy not only on physical pain but on stress and anxiety. She personalizes her treatment approach to match her client’s unique needs with the goal of helping them maintain a better quality of life through massage therapy.
She speaks English and Japanese
Nick considers himself your ultimate teammate in rehab: you need a guide, not a ‘fixer.’ He takes great pride in his ability to give time for your story and listen to your needs. He continues to update his clinical knowledge with the latest research to ensure you get the best care possible.
When that knowledge-base is paired with a practitioner who is a genuinely good person, leads with the heart, and truly cares for the people they work with, that’s when success happens. With Nick, you get all of that, plus your fair share of laughs along the way. Nick understands that pain is a deeply personal experience and requires a holistic approach.
He will empower you to reach your potential because what matters most to him is what matters most to you. You and Nick will work closely together to develop the right plan pertaining to your goals, and with the right advice, education and exercise, you’ll be journeying back to you before you know it.
PhysiotherapistSpeaks: English, Hindi
Dhvani is a highly skilled and compassionate Resident Physiotherapist. Originating from India, she obtained her Bachelor's degree in Physiotherapy in 2017 and a Master's degree in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2019. Since moving to Canada in 2021, Dhvani has increased her skills, knowledge and abilities through ongoing education and training. She has completed additional training in pelvic health and concussion therapy.
With over three years of experience in the field, Dhvani has a special interest in Musculoskeletal and Neurological Rehabilitation. She specializes in treating a wide range of conditions, including post-operative rehabilitation, musculoskeletal conditions. Dhvani has utilized a variety of treatment techniques, including manual therapy and neural tissue mobilization. She is committed to staying up to date with the latest research and advancements in physiotherapy. Dhvani is dedicated to helping patients achieve their goals and improve their quality of life.
Morgan is a life-long learner with a strong educational background from Western University. She completed an Honours Specialization in Kinesiology (2015) followed by a Master of Science in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences with a Specialization in Musculoskeletal Health Research (2018). She continues to pursue health research as a Doctoral graduate student. As a recent graduate from the Master of Physical Therapy Program, Morgan is excited to put her knowledge into practice and use the best available evidence to help you recover! She also looks forward to growing her skill set through post-graduate courses.
She understands the impact an injury can have on all aspects of life and is dedicated to helping you achieve your personal rehabilitation goals. She strives to empower you through education and support along the path to recovery. She tailors her treatment plan based on your individual needs and uses a combination of techniques including exercise and manual therapy.
As a native Londoner who attended London Central Secondary School, she is no stranger to the Old North community! Outside the clinic, she enjoys walking her dog, playing volleyball with her family, coaching Special Olympics, practicing yoga and a good HIIT workout!
‘Great team. Always friendly & helpful. Made me feel comfortable and welcome. I wouldn/’t hesitate to recommend them to anyone in need of the services they offer. I look forward to continued appointments.‘
‘Amazing staff. Outstanding work! I highly recommend pt Health Old North Physiotherapy to anyone who needs physio with any condition. Knowledge, support, listening provided in a comfortable environment.‘