Aziz Nabki – Physotherapist M.Sc
- Physiotherapist since 1994 with international experience
- Lisensed in Canada since 2013
- Member of Canadian Physiotherapy Assosiation
- Currently holding the position of TA at the University of Toronto
- Manual Therapy
- Pain Management
- Gait Analysis
Hristina Koleva – Physiotherapist B.Sc.
Physiotherapist since 1995 with international experience
- became licensed Physiotherapist in Canada since 2004
- Orthotic therapy and Gait Analysis
- Laser Therapy
Rosen Kolev – Physiotherapist M.Sc.
- Physiotherapist since 1994 with international experience
- Licensed in Canada since 2002
- Extensive training in Acupuncture
- Fully trained in Manipulative Therapy (adjustments) of the spine and all peripheral joints
- Myofascial release and Trigger points release
- Laser Therapy trained since 1995
Katie Drysdale – Physiotherapist Assistant
My name is Katie Drysdale and I am a Physiotherapist Assistant. I graduated with distinction from Conestoga College in 2005, successfully completing the Occupational Therapist Assistant/ Physiotherapist Assistant program. I was fortunate to find full-time employment as soon as I finished school and have been working in the field ever since.
I have experience working with all age groups and a wide variety of conditions in a clinical setting. Throughout my schooling I have also gained experience in orthopedics, sports injuries, and geriatric patients who suffer from the effects of stroke and dementia.
I have certificates in First Aid and CPR, Custom Orthotic Therapy and Gait Analysis. I have also had training with Theralase Laser Therapy.
James Martin – Registered Massage Therapist
James is a registered massage therapist who graduated from Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 2017. In 2016, he graduated with Honours in BSc Kinesiology from University of Waterloo with Psychology minor. James has a love for sports and enjoys working with athletes as well as diverse clientele. Through playing sports, he has first-hand experience with manu muscular pains and has developed an understanding for how to help the body stay in peak condition.
James’ treatments range from general relaxation to deep tissue release. He will use several techniques to provide a specifically tailored treatment for each client based on their symptoms and conditions. He works to reduce stress and discomfort, restore movement, muscle length and balance to the body.
Marianne Barnes – Registered Massage Therapist, MLD/CDT (Vodder)
Marianne is an experienced massage therapist and enjoys working with a diverse clientele.
Marianne is an honors graduate from CCMH (Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy) as well as a fully certified Vodder manual lymphatic specialist. She also holds a certificate in pre-natal massage.
Having worked at the clinic for the past 6 years she is proficient in dealing with a wide range of disorders using a variety of techniques.
She provides massage treatments for the following ailments:
Low back pain, neck strain/ torticolis, whiplash injuries, swelling due to injury, surgery, chronic venous insufficiency, lymphedema, pregnancy related pain/discomfort, tendinitis, sprains and strains,sinusitis, fibromyalgia, arthritis, stress/anxiety/depression, muscular/postural imbalance, TMJ, Bells palsy, nerve impingement (sciatia, carpal tunnel syndrome, TOS etc..) and much more…
Nina Machado – Physiotherapist Assistant
My name is Nina Machado and I am a Physiotherapist Assistant. I graduated with honors at Conestoga College in 2017, completing the Occupational Therapist Assistant/ Physiotherapist Assistant Program.
During my time in variety of placements, I gained the knowledge in helping patients regain movement and manage their pain. I have certificates in First Aid and CPR, gentle persuasive approaches and nonviolent crisis intervention.
I’m very excited to be part of the A Balanced Body Health Services team and hope to learn as much as I can!
Jennifer Bonnick – Physiotherapist Assistant, Kin
My name is Jen Bonnick and I’m a Physiotherapy Assistant. I graduated with Honours in BSc Kinesiology and Chemistry from Wilfrid Laurier in 2008. During my schooling I was fortunate enough to work with Parkinson patients at the exercise program that Laurier offered. It made me realize that I enjoyed helping and teaching those that want and need to improve their mobility and exercise education.
After a few years working at another clinic in Mississauga, I was fortunate enough to start working locally at A Balanced Body. I then went on a longer than usual maternity leave to spend time raising my two daughters. I am very happy and fortunate to be back working with the ‘A Balanced Body’ family. I look forward to continue to help those in whatever rehabilitation they made need!
ROBERT ROXANDA RMT
Robert graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy (CCMH) in Cambridge where he earned a specialization in Sports Therapy Massage. He is a member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO). His specialties include General Swedish Massage, Trigger Point therapy, Myofascial Release Techniques, Hydrotherapy applications, Therapeutic Exercises, Joint Mobilizations as well as Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation. He is very excited to further his education in massage and to add other modalities and techniques to his range of abilities. During his time in school, Robert gained experience in the College clinic in addition to treating people at outreaches.
Robert studied and graduated in 2010 from the University of Transilvania, Romania with a degree in Physical Education and Sports specializing in Kinetotherapy and Special Motricity. Robert moved to Canada to join the rest of his family in 2012 where he worked alongside his father in the family construction business before deciding to pursue his true passion of massaging and working with people to achieve wellness.
When Robert isn’t massaging he enjoys snow boarding/skiing, zip lining, car detailing, and spending time with his family.
Robert loves meeting new clients and working alongside them to improve their health and wellbeing.