Amber Kosubovich, B.Sc., B.HSc. (P.T.) Owner
Amber obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology in 1992 from McMaster University followed by a Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy) degree in 1996, summa cum laude. During the past 20 years, Amber has worked in two hospitals; Stratford General and Henderson General (ICU) in Hamilton. She has also provided physiotherapy care to patients in the community, as well as working at private clinics. With her keen interest in women's health issues, Amber had the opportunity to consult at the new Maternity Centre in Hamilton, teaching women how to prepare for childbirth. Amber is also an authorizer with the Assistive Devices Program of Ontario. Through this government funded program, Amber can assess clients who require walkers. A strong believer in lifelong learning, Amber also completed certification in Medical Acupuncture in order to provide this service in her practice and has recently certified as a birth Doula.
Maria Moeen, B.Sc., PT
Maria is an experienced international graduate Physiotherapist. She has extensive experience treating back/neck injuries, sprains / strains and other musculoskeletal conditions. She is certified in acupuncture and dry needling. She provides hands on manual therapy, soft tissue release, cupping , personalized exercise programs and much more. She is planning to pursue her career in Pelvic health and McKenzie (spinal health). She is focused on updating herself on new research and techniques.
Currently on Maternity Leave
Hiral Patel, PT
Hiral is a Physiotherapist with international qualifications also holding an academic distinction in Fitness and Health Promotion from Conestoga College in Kitchener. She is an active member of the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario, showcasing her commitment to professional standards. Hiral has gained a diverse range of experience, having worked in both private clinics and long-term care facilities, catering to individuals of all age groups with utmost ease. Her expertise extends to sports injuries, WSIB clients, and pre- and post-operative individuals, enabling her to enhance their overall quality of life. Emphasizing a patient-centered approach, Hiral employs a combination of manual therapy and functional exercises to help her patients achieve their goals. With proficiency in hands-on manual therapy, cupping, taping, soft tissue release, and personalized exercise programs, she tailors her approach to individual needs. Furthermore, she has future plans to specialize in concussion and vertigo management. Beyond her professional pursuits in physiotherapy, Hiral enjoys exploring new places, engaging in artistic endeavors like painting, nurturing her passion for music, and cherishing valuable moments with loved ones during her leisure time.
Marissa Welsh, RMT
Marissa is a graduate from a massage therapy program and is eager to start her massage therapy career in a multi disciplinary clinic. Growing up Marissa was a successful highly competitive athlete which cultivated a passion for rehabilitation and a deep understanding of good body mechanics and total body care.
Marissa is also an Occupational Therapy Assistant and Physiotherapy Assistant strengthening her knowledge and compassion when it comes to guiding her clients on their path to healing.
In her practice she aims to offer a variety of treatment styles ranging from general relaxation to a more focused treatment with the client's specific needs or wants in mind.
She looks forward to joining you on your wellness journey!
Jordan Labuanan, RMT
Jordan completed his Massage Therapy program at Mohawk College and is a member of the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. He chose to become an RMT out of a deep fascination with the human body's functionality. His goal is to empower clients with pain-free movement using a diverse set of techniques learned through both traditional RMT training and specialized courses in Cupping and Gua Sha. Jordan's treatment style is adaptable, offering anything from relaxing massages to deep tissue therapy based on individual goals. By collaborating closely with clients, he crafts personalized treatments to restore freedom of movement and overall well-being.
Osteopathic Manual Practitioner
Ruth Jarvis graduated from the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy with a Master's in Osteopathic Manipulation diploma and is OstCan certified. The programme entailed over 1,000 hours of clinical practice in four years of education. Ruth has worked in private practice for the last six years and enjoys educating patients about osteopathy as she works to assess and treat each person
Natalya Kosubovich, Naturopathic Intern