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Alliston residents have an opportunity to gain the knowledge they need to implement effective health care programs that support their wellbeing. Through a comprehensive approach, Alliston residents can address their health concerns and take proactive steps to preventing health issues in the future. Long-term health issues can be costly and lead to more serious problems. Physiomed provides a preventative approach to keeping Alliston residents healthy.
Alliston is a major industry city and home to three major automobile manufacturing factories. This has contributed to the rapid growth of its population and the demand for quality healthcare services. The town of Alliston has grown from its origins as a potato farming centre. Each year, the Alliston Potato Festival is held to commemorate its history. The local economy is also fueled by the presence of Honda of Canada Manufacturing, which produces many of the vehicles and parts distributed throughout the entire American region.
Dr. Tiburcio strives to help as many people as possible in reaching optimal health and well being through the Physiomed "Whole Health" approach. His goal is to empower his patients with the tools they require to live long, active and pain free lives.
Dr. Watson is native to the Alliston area and has spent most of her life here. After graduating from the University of Guelph with a major in Human Kinetics she worked at CF Base Borden as a fitness and sports instructor. Her love of exercise, sports and keen interest in sports injury and health and wellness led her to the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. She has been a Chiropractor at Physiomed since 2013, practices diversified technique and is a CSEP certified exercise physiologist.
Dr. Desjardins grew up on a sod farm up north in Timmins, Ontario. His academic career began in Sudbury, Ontario where he studied radiography. He got his first job as an xray technologist here in Alliston at Stevenson Memorial Hospital in 2010. He continued to work at Stevenson as he studied chiropractic in Toronto at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. He now serves the community of Alliston in both fields of radiography and chiropractic.
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