Romano graduated from the University of Toronto with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy. Prior to his physiotherapy studies, he also received a Bachelor of Science with Honours in Kinesiology from York University.
Romano has completed advanced post-graduate training in orthopaedic physiotherapy, having received his Diploma of Advanced Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy from the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
Romano is a clinical instructor for the University of Toronto Physiotherapy program and a Credentialling Instructor for the Orthopaedic Divison of the the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
Jayme is a Registered Physiotherapist with a focus on women’s health, paediatrics, and orthopaedics.
Jayme has completed postgraduate training in Pelvic Health Physiotherapy for both adult and paediatric populations, and she treats a variety of conditions including incontinence, pelvic pain and pregnancy related pelvic health concerns.
Jayme completed her Master of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto. Prior to that she obtained her Honours Specialization Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology from Western University, where she also played varsity basketball.
In addition to being a physiotherapist, Jayme enjoys spending time outside hiking and biking, and watching the Raptors win championships!
Saro received his Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from Queen's University, and his Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology & Health Sciences from York University.
He has worked with athletes of all ages at Queen's and Trent University. During his undergraduate education, he was involved in concussion research affecting populations from youth to elite athletes. He currently stays up to date with new research and uses an evidence-based approach to clinical practice.
He is interested in continuing education for the purpose of keeping people athletic and healthy. He also has a keen interest in weight lifting and running injuries.
He believes in analyzing the "whole-body" as this will give more insight on the underlying cause of one's movement dysfunctions and/or discomfort. His primary areas of interest are musculoskeletal problems resulting from sports injuries and poor posture. He integrates functional movement patterns, motor control, manual therapy and individualized exercise programs to help patients reach their health and fitness goals.
Malcolm graduated from the University of Toronto with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy. His undergraduate studies were completed at York University, where he received an Honours Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology while on a soccer scholarship.
Malcolm believes in a therapeutic approach that balances manual therapy, exercise prescription and patient-education. He takes an individualized approach that aims to help patients get back to doing what they love!
Malcolm has an interest in treating a wide range of orthopaedic conditions, leading him to pursue further education in manual therapy. Through his years of playing competitive and semi-professional soccer, he has developed a passion for managing sport related injuries. He is currently completing the FIFA Diploma in Football Medicine to further advance his expertise.
Houda helps to keep things running smoothly at The Physio Spot.
She's the one that answers your calls and makes sure that your experience with us is a fantastic one.
Solana was a provincial level gymnast and now enjoys training in Crossfit and other sports. She attends Bill Crothers SS and is in grade 11. Now she works here and ensures that everyone is booked and happy!
On Thursday, May 13th at 4:30pm we're hosting a webinar to help with common misconceptions and to see if you're a candidate for pelvic floor physiotherapy for both women and men.