For Greater Wellbeing


Physiotherapists are university-educated primary health care professionals. They assess and treat symptoms and impairments, in order to identify causes of decreased function and to promote mobility and quality of life.


Physiotherapy can help with musculoskeletal injuries, neurological conditions, balance disorders, and other conditions that affect your movement and mobility.

What to expect

Your initial assessment visit will be 60 minutes. Physiotherapy assessment includes in-depth health and injury history, observation, and physical tests. It is best if you wear comfortable clothing that will expose the area of your body that is being assessed, for example, a tank top for shoulder concerns or shorts for knee issues.
Based on assessment findings and your goals, we will develop a treatment plan that may include:
  • Therapeutic exercise
  • Manual therapy
  • Acupuncture
  • Taping, muscle stimulation, or other modalities
  • Home exercise and self-care recommendations
Follow up visits will include treatment and re-assessment. Length of follow up visits will depend on your individual treatment plan and what serves you best.

About the Practitioner(s)

Bonnie Jeng, PT, B.Sc.PT, is a Registered Physiotherapist with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario. She is also a BODY HARMONICS Pilates Teacher. Bonnie has a strong passion and appreciation for working with a spectrum of movement dysfunctions in both able-bodied and injured clients. She specializes in neurological physiotherapy, with extensive experience working with various neurological injuries, including stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, and multiple sclerosis. Incorporating Pilates into her physical therapy practice enables Bonnie to promote conscious awareness of the body, and empower people to become better movers.

Cat Kajary, MScPT, MA, BFA, is a Registered Physiotherapist with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario. She is also a BODY HARMONICS Pilates Certified Teacher. Cat began her career in health and wellness over ten years ago, working as a certified yoga instructor. Her fascination with anatomy, alignment and biomechanics took her back to school to pursue a Masters degree in Physiotherapy. Her focus is orthopaedic health, alignment and functional movement re-patterning. Her approach is based on collaboration with her clients to determine their goals for personal health. Cat believes strongly in a multidisciplinary approach to health and well being.

Elizabeth Crawford, MScPT, MA, BPHE, is a Registered Physiotherapist with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario. In addition to her physiotherapy education, Elizabeth has university degrees in physical/health education and kinesiology, and has taken additional courses in myofascial release, neuroproprioceptive taping, and neurodevelopmental treatment. She is also a BODY HARMONICS Pilates Certified Teacher, so her approach to treatment is focused on functional movement and whole body integration.

Email: Phone: 416.482.4884 ext. 100


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13% HST

Many private insurance plans will reimburse fees for physiotherapy. Check your plan details for amount and terms of coverage. Direct billing to insurance companies is not available. Physiotherapy services are not covered by OHIP.