Since graduating from the University of Toronto’s physiotherapy program in 2002, Drew has worked intently to develop his therapeutic skills. In addition to his expertise in traditional manual therapy techniques, Drew performs myofascial release, vestibular rehab (for the treatment of vertigo) and the Mulligan concept of joint mobilization. Drew has an affinity for athletic rehabilitation, and has been fortunate enough to learn from some of the brightest minds in sports therapy. Most recently he has been focused on the study of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization, which has gained popularity in the sports world, and the Integrated Systems Model which emphasizes treatment of the whole person. Drew has been with Physiotherapy Active Rehab for 15 years and is now the Clinical Director. Drew likes to get his cardiovascular exercise by running and is always happy to discuss the benefits (and drawbacks) of minimalist running.
Beata graduated from the College of Physiotherapy in Poland and became a licensed Physiotherapist in Ontario in 1992. She has completed a number of post-graduate orthopaedic courses, including a set of specialty ‘McKenzie’ courses that teach this well-respected method of assessing and treating various neck and low back problems. Beata is skilled in treating a variety of orthopaedic sports, post-surgical and post-accident conditions.
In her free time, she enjoys traveling, gardening, and spending time with her husband and two daughters.
Growing up in a small village in India, Megha was involved in various sports like track and field and cricket in which she received numerous honours and medals at school and college level. She then developed an interest in physical injuries that motivated her to become a physiotherapist. After graduating from Rajiv Gandhi University in India, she moved to Canada where she has been working as Registered Physiotherapist since 2014. Megha keeps her knowledge up-to-date by taking various professional development courses and achieving certification in Kinesio taping, Advanced Soft Tissue Release, Acupuncture, Dry Needling and Post-Concussion management.
She was honoured to be part of the 2017 TORONTO INVICTUS GAMES and has had ongoing contributions in different roles with WORLD PARA DANCE SPORTS CANADA since 2016.
Megha is trained in Indian Classical Dancing and Singing which she enjoys while she is off of work.
Veecymole P Issac
Veecymole earned her Bachelor degree in Physiotherapy from Dr. M.G.R University, India, in 1997 and a masters in Sports Physiotherapy in 2001. She worked as a student Sports Physiotherapist for the 2000 Athletic Federation Games & 2001 National Games. Veecymole has gained 20+ years of diverse experience. This includes being a Physiotherapy Department Educational Coordinator, Clinical Supervisor, Senior Hospital Educational Coordinator, and being the in-house Physiotherapist for the Royal family of Saudia Arabia. She was involved in designed the Clinical Pathway for the Total Knee Replacement and running group therapy programs for knee osteoarthritis, pre/post-op knee replacement, and low back pain. Additionally, she has taken courses in Concussion Management. In 2014, Veecymole was awarded Best Employee and continued as one of the highest performing employees at King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Center, Gen. Org. Jeddah branch prior to moving to Canada. Nowadays, Veecymole continues to pursue her passion for group therapy programs assisting the elderly with mobility and function. In her spare time, she networks, provides moral support to parents of physically challenged kids, those in palliative care and the geriatric population. Veecymole enjoys playing tennis, badminton and exploring nature.
Dr. Arthur Ramanauskas
Arthur graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2012 with a Doctorate of Chiropractic. Before this, he received a specialized honours degree in kinesiology at York University. Arthur has worked with a variety of different patients including athletes, MVA, WSIB, and geriatric. He utilizes several different manual techniques including spinal manipulation, soft-tissue therapy, A.R.T., M2T Blade and has a comprehensive knowledge of all the modalities used at the clinic. Arthur’s goal with regards to treatment is not only to provide relief from pain and discomfort but to restore full function as well as working on proactively avoiding future injuries/conditions. He loves to spend time with his two sons and his wife. Arthur also enjoys watching football and hockey in his spare time, rooting for the Baltimore Ravens and Toronto Maple Leafs respectively. He enjoys golfing, tennis, and squash to stay active.
Registered Massage Therapist
Tom graduated from the Kikkiwa College in Toronto, Ontario in 2000 and has been practicing and treating for over 25+ years. His passion for this career and clinical expertise is evident in his skills and handling. Tom chooses techniques from his skillset in order to effectively manage his client’s pain, whether that means providing a relaxation-based massage or one more suited for chronic conditions. When not at the clinic, Tom loves to spend time with his two beautiful children and wife. As a family, they enjoy camping, canoeing, and keeping each other company.
Registered Massage Therapist
Tomas is a massage therapist with over 12 years of experience using different manual techniques. He graduated in 1999 with a Masters of Physical Education from Poznan University in Poland. In 2015, he continued his education at the Ontario College of Health and Technology in Stoney Creek.
Tomas has practiced internationally in a multitude of professional settings, including owning his own Massage & Physiotherapy Clinic in Korfntow, Poland. Tomas was also fortunate to work with the Polish soccer team “The Black Korfantow”. Tomas’s experience with pain management is evident in the way he approaches every treatment. He has developed a style of massage therapy to specifically target pain and address the needs of the patient.
When he is not at work, Tomas enjoys weight training, running, rock climbing and cycling in the Halton Hills area. Tomas strongly believes that physical activity is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle in combination with massage and therapeutic exercises. Tomas’s experiences help create a customized treatment to help you reach your health goals!
Registered Massage Therapist
Carvet is experienced in Swedish massage techniques, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, and proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF) stretching. She emphasizes core strength and a whole body wellness approach to compliment her practice. She is a certified Pilates instructor and a graduate of ICT Kikkawa College, Class of 2001. Carvet enjoys helping patients with a variety of ailments and is especially effective in delivering prenatal massages. She currently taking courses to get her Manual Lymph Drainage Certification.
Arlene is a naturopathic doctor who is interested in helping educate and motivate her patients towards balanced lifestyles. She truly believes that every person should be assessed individually and holistically- mind, body and spirit. She completed her Doctor of Naturopathy at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in 2019, where she was exposed to a wide variety of patients of all ages and health concerns. Through this she has discovered a special interest in digestive health, female health, skin health and family planning, although she loves to help anyone who wants to take control of their well-being. In July 2019, she achieved her certification of Facial Rejuvenation Cosmetic Acupuncture. When she is off-hours, she loves to stay active by weight-training and doing yoga, or cooking up something delicious in the kitchen!
Traditional Chinese Acupuncturist, R. Ac.
Andrew is a specialist in Traditional Chinese Acupuncture, creating and delivering customized treatment plans for each of his patients to help them regain health and well-being. He works with each of his patients to promote, restore, and maintain health using advanced knowledge of several different acupuncture modalities; Tuina Massage, Acupressure, Cupping, Auricular, Laser, needleless treatment and more. Andrew specializes in the relief of pain stemming from conditions such as; chronic diseases, illness and sports injuries. Andrew has been practicing Chinese Medicine Acupuncture for 20 years after graduating from the Canadian College of Holistic Health. In addition to this, he holds numerous diplomas in acupuncture, herbal medicine and holistic nutrition. Andrew is a long-time member of the Canadian Society of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture, World Federation of Chinese Medicine Sciences, College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario.
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Mississauga, ON L5L 2W1
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Saturday – 8am to 4pm
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