Toronto - Adelaide West and York
In response to COVID-19, pt Health is doing its part to help protect patients and our teams by modifying the delivery of services at our clinic. We remain open in select communities across Canada to treat patients requiring urgent care and to provide virtual care options.
For clinics that are providing in-person services, we have put in place active measures including enhanced hygiene practices, social distancing and pre-screening before anyone enters the clinic as per the Public Health Agency of Canada and continue to monitor federal and provincial colleges, to ensure our policies are aligned.
If you are feeling ill, have traveled outside of Canada in the past 14 days, or have come in contact with someone who is suspected to have COVID-19, please reach out to your local public health agency. If you need to reschedule an existing booking, please contact us by calling: 1 (888) 707-4410
We will keep you up to date with any related changes at pt Health that may affect you. If you have any questions regarding your appointment or your future treatment, please contact us at: 1 (888) 707-4410
In good health,
Our Clinic Team
PhysiotherapistSpeaks: EnglishLauren Sacks is a Physiotherapist practicing in Woodbridge, ON. She graduated from the University of Toronto in 2007 with a RPT. Lauren focuses on N/A.
PhysiotherapistSpeaks: EnglishEva Habrowski is a Physiotherapist practicing in Toronto, ON. She graduated from McMaster University in 2017 with a MScPT. Eva focuses on manual therapy and functional strengthening exercise.
PhysiotherapistSpeaks: EnglishSarah DeBoer is a Physiotherapist Resident practicing in Toronto, ON. She graduated from University of Toronto in 2017 with a MScPT. Sarah focuses on manual therapy and exercise prescription.
Jessie de Boer
PhysiotherapistSpeaks: EnglishJessie de Boer is a Physiotherapist practicing in Toronto, ON. She graduated from Queens University in 2017 with a Master of Science Degree in Physical Therapy. Jessie focuses on Concussion Treatment/Prevention, has experience with all types of people including Athletes, Seniors and people with disabilities. Her treatments are centred on hands-on therapy, education, and therapeutic exercise. Jessie completed her Bachelor of Physical Health and Education (Honours) and Master of Science Degree in Physical Therapy from Queen’s University. While completing her degrees, Jessie competed on the Varsity soccer team, winning a National Title and captaining the team for her final two seasons. Her sporting experiences have led Jessie to taking a keen interest in concussion treatment, prevention, and advocacy. Jessie has experience working with many client populations including athletes, seniors, and people with disabilities. These experiences have helped develop her treatment approach that uses a biomechanical lens to look at the injury and the body as a whole. Her treatments are centred on hands-on therapy, education, and therapeutic exercise. Thereby alleviating pain, improving movement, and preventing reinjury to get you back to your passion!
PhysiotherapistSpeaks: EnglishMatthew Lee is a Physiotherapist practicing in Toronto, ON. He graduated from University of Melbourne in 2017 with a Doctor of Physiotherapy. Matthew focuses on Physiotherapy, Dry Needling, Clinical Pilates, McKenzie. Matthew received his Doctor of Physiotherapy from the University of Melbourne in the beautiful country of Australia. Matthew began his physiotherapy career in Melbourne and returned to Canada in 2016. He brings with him experience working with a diverse orthopaedic clientelle, ranging from post-operative rehab clients to athletes at the recreational, amateur and elite level of competition. Matthew's approach to physiotherapy emphasizes a holistic assessment of the body, followed by client education, exercise prescription and manual therapy alongside other modalities such as dry needling and taping. He is a passionate advocate for active rehabilitation and believes this is the key to a successful recovery. Using this approach, Matthew has achieved many career accomplishments, a highlight being selected as the team physiotherapist for the Victoria Country State Basketball Team during the 2015 and 2016 Australian U18 Junior National Basketball Championships. In his spare time, Matthew can be found in the gym or on the mountains snowboarding and hiking. Matthew also loves watching, talking, and (despite his lack of height) playing basketball.