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Physiomed grew out of a desire to provide health education, assessment, and treatment services to residents of Brampton and the surrounding areas. We help patients identify existing health risks while developing a program that prevents the onset of future health issues. Brampton is located in Southern Ontario as part of the Greater Toronto Area. It is Canada’s ninth largest city by population and was previously known as the Flower Town of Canada, due to its thriving greenhouse industry.

The population of Brampton has grown as a result of its thriving economic sectors, which include manufacturing, information technology, food, and greenhouse industries. The need for quality healthcare services is essential to maintaining a growing community where everyone can prosper.

Stuti Dhingra

Clinic Director/Owner

Stuti has been practicing physiotherapy in Canada since 2002.She began her physiotherapy career as a physiotherapy assistant helping patients recover from various acute/chronic injuries. She started her career as an independent physiotherapist in 2004.She has accumulated immense knowledge over the years in her field dealing with MVA,EHC and WSIB clients. She joined the Physiomed team in year 2013. Stuti is committed to help her patients recover from injuries and achieve optimal health through different therapies to reach maximum recovery and return to pre-injury level of overall function.

Alex Espinoza

Lead Kinesiologist/MVA Co-ordinator

Alex's passion for health and exercises lead him to pursue a degree in Kinesiology. He graduated with honours in 2008 from York University with a bachelor in Kinesiology and Psychology. He joined Physiomed in 2013. He is currently a Registered Kinesiologist with The College of Kinesiologist of Ontario (COKO) and is in good standing with The Ontario Kinesiology Association (OKA) and The Canadian Kinesiology Alliance (CKA). Over the years Alex has shown an interest in working with Motor Vehicle Accident patients and he continues to expand his knowledge in this area. Alex strongly believes that every individual is unique and thus, should be given a personalized rehab program that is tailored to his/her specific needs and abilities.

Dr. Tom Veiledal

Chiropractor

Dr. Tom Veiledal DC has spent the majority his career as clinician and clinical director, in both private practice and at the corporate level. He is thrilled to be part of the Physiomed team since 2015. His undergraduate studies, at the University of Waterloo, was in Health Sciences and Kinesiology. He graduated with his Doctor of Chiropractic from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 1987, in 1989 received his fellowship in Clinical Acupuncture and completed his studies Rehabilitative Sciences from CMCC in 2009. He has also had further extensive post graduated training in a wide and diverse range of courses and techniques, enabling him to more effectively serve his patients. 

Charina Maramag

Physiotherapist

I’m Charina Maramag, a Registered Physiotherapist and is in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists in Ontario. I finished my BS Physical Therapy in Manila in 1998 and started my Ontario practice in 2009. I have an extensive clinical background in treating motor vehicle injuries (MVA), WSIB, OHIP, geriatrics, acute and chronic orthopedic conditions using Manual Therapy and Exercise Prescription. I am also trained in Acupuncture and Dry Needling, Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) and Custom Orthotics/Gait Analysis. In my practice, I stress importance of addressing the specific rehabilitative needs of each patient to achieve functional goals and injury prevention.

Jason Hensen

Massage Therapist

I have been a massage therapist since 2000 and also completed my acupuncture accreditation. Personally I enjoy empowering clients with self help for their own lives in regards to exercise, nutrition. My goals are to help clients achieve and maintain a high functioning life.  

Dr. Mojan Zehtabchi

Naturopath

Dr. Mojan Zehtabchi, or Dr. Z, completed her honours Bachelor of Science with an emphasis on Human Biology and Cell System Biology at University of Toronto in 2009. In 2013, Mojan received her doctorate degree from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM) where she received many awards, including the Natural Standard Research Collaboration Academic Achievement Award during the four-year program. Mojan has experience working alongside healthcare providers of many different disciplines treating a variety of conditions. She is particularly passionate about helping people with weight management, sports injuries and pain, infertility, and blood chemistry. Dr. Z practices. She is also trained in Homotoxicology and Biolinguistic Kinesiology, which focuses on the clinical practice of mind-body medicine.She is passionate to help you regain your health back by empowering you in your journey.

Michael Campos

Clinic Manager

Michael is a Clinic Manager at Physiomed Sandalwood, where he coordinates the team based of Physiotherapy, Chiropractic, Massage and Kinesiologists to provide services to the clinic’s patients. One of Michaels duties as manager is ensuring all patients understand their individual treatment plans and meet a flexible schedule for the patients to achieve their objectives and goals. Michael has Graduated in Honours Bachelor of Health Sciences – Kinesiology and Health Promotion from Sheridan College in 2016. Michaels passion for sports, physical activity and sports science is what drived him into this field. Michael Joined Physiomed in August 2016, working with a diverse group of patients and continuing to learn about the industry. Now Michael provides leadership to co-workers as well as patients.

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