Paul Shin PT, FCAMPT, CAFCI, CGIMS Registered Physiotherapist
- Honours Bachelor of Science degree, University of Toronto
- Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy, University of Toronto
- Master of Science degree, University of Toronto
- Certificate in Collaborative Program, Neuroscience, University of Toronto
- Certified in use of acupuncture (CAFCI), Acupuncture Canada
- Certified in the Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) Needling Technique, The Institute for the Study and Treatment of Pain (iSTOP)
- Vestibular Rehabilitation Competency Program, Emory University
In 2010, Paul received his Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Therapy and became a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT). He currently is an instructor within the Advanced Integrated Musculoskeletal (AIM) Physiotherapy Program offered by the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, and is a mentor for physiotherapists enrolled in the program.
Paul has experience working with both the weekend warrior and elite athlete alike. He uses a variety of techniques including joint mobilization/manipulation, core stabilization and exercise programs, neural tissue mobilization, postural taping, myofascial release, acupuncture and IMS to help his clients reach their full potential. Paul is an avid athlete himself and plays volleyball and hockey all year round. His other career as a full-time father also keeps him busy chasing after his young daughter and son.
Cassandra Kroner, PT Registered Physiotherapist
- Master of Science in Physical Therapy, Queen's University
- Equine Science Certificate, University of Guelph
- Bachelor of Science Honors majoring in Human Kinetics, University of Guelph
Cassandra graduated in 2017 from Queen's University with her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy. She is committed to continuing education and is working towards her goal of obtaining her FCAMPT designation.
Cassandra is enthusiastic about helping patients reach their goals of returning to a healthy and active lifestyle. She enjoys educating and motivating patients to take an active role in their recovery, and believes that working together as a team is key to success. Cassandra has a special interest in treating work and sports injuries, concussions, and TMJ dysfunction. She uses a combination of manual therapy, exercise, acupuncture and therapeutic taping to provide an individualized approach to care.
In her spare time, Cassandra enjoys cycling, hiking, tackling DIY projects around the house, and has recently discovered a love for yoga.
Sarpreet Kahlon, PT Registered Physiotherapist
- Master of Clinical Science, University of Western Ontario
- Medical Acupuncture Provider, McMaster University
- Master of Science in Physical Therapy, University of Toronto
- Bachelor of Health Science (Child Health Specialization), McMaster University
Sarpreet graduated in 2017 with her Master of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Toronto. She has also attained her FCAMPT designation and completed her Master of Clinical Science at the University of Western Ontario.
Sarpreet is driven by a simple desire to help every one of her clients achieve their individual goals. She uses a set of specialized skills that include a blend of manual therapy, neurofunctional acupuncture, education, and exercise prescription. Sarpreet enjoys connecting with her clients and building a therapeutic relationship with each of them. She finds great satisfaction in helping her clients improve their quality of life and teaching them how to manage their symptoms on their own.
Sarpreet has a special interest in treating runners, and individuals with cervicogenic headaches, concussion and jaw (TMJ) pain.
While Sarpreet enjoys travelling, yoga and staying active, she loves spending time with her nieces and nephews the most.
Gabriel Ho, RMT Registered Massage Therapist
- Certified Medical Acupuncture
- Neurofunctional Sports Performance Specialist
Gabriel is a graduate of the Royal Canadian College of Massage, McMaster Contemporary Medical Acupuncture, and McMaster Advanced Neurofunctional Sports Performance Programs and a member of the College of Massage Therapists.
As an instructor for the McMaster Contemporary Medical Acupuncture course, and developer of the Contemporary Suction Cup Therapy course, he is involved with the development of the next generation of practitioners. He is passionate about helping people along their healing journey.
Gabriel's treatments focus on identifying and correcting the underlying causes of dysfunction. He uses what he has learned in his education, experience, and study travels across China, combining traditional Eastern therapies with scientifically proven Western therapies to determine the best possible course of treatment.
His treatments include: acupuncture, cupping, massage and myofascial release techniques. Gabriel is a life long learner and continuously adds treatment techniques to his toolbox.
Since no one can know your body more than you, patient interaction and participation is essential to a more effective treatment.
Gabriel loves helping patients return to the activities that they love to do with greater effectiveness and without pain.
Juny Wu, PT Registered Physiotherapist
- Honours Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology McMaster University (2009)
- Masters of Physiotherapy Western University (2011)
- Neuromeridian Acupuncture Canadian Naturopathic College and York University
- Diploma of Acupuncture Canadian College of Chinese Medicine (expected completion spring 2022)
Juny has a passion for blending Eastern philosophy and techniques with Western evidence-based approaches in treatment and management of acute and chronic pain, drawing from various tools including manual therapy, acupuncture (body, scalp, auricular), cupping, laser, functional exercises and yoga therapy. She has experience in pre- and post-operative rehabilitation, and treating various conditions ranging from neuropathies (eg. sciatica, carpal tunnel syndrome, phantom limb pain, diabetic neuropathy, neuropathic pain, to musculoskeletal conditions (eg. acute sprains and strains, tendinopathies including but not limited to frozen shoulder, rotator cuff tendonitis, tennis elbow, neck and pain, trigger finger, plantar fasciitis, osteoarthritis).
Besides keeping busy with her two young children, she is involved in teaching at the Neuro-meridian Acupuncture program and is a former executive with the Acupuncture Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association of Canada.
Juny is conversant in both English and Mandarin.