Etobicoke 106 Humber College Blvd #203 , ON

Mon: to Thu: 09:00 am to 07:00 pm | Fri: 09:00 am to 03:00 pm | Sat: 09:00 am to 02:00 pm

Welcome To Our Clinic!

A message from Victor Vongphakdy, Physiotherapist and Clinic Director

We are a multidisciplinary clinic with a strong reputation for providing high quality, effective treatments that work!

Treating a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions and injuries such as tendinitis, sports injuries, migraines, neck and low back pain, our advanced clinical care extends far beyond relieving minor aches, pains & injuries.

Physiomed's whole-health approach utilizes a comprehensive treatment method? designed to address your pain and dysfunction from its root cause. The results? Successful treatment leaving you pain-free today while preventing unnecessary painful conditions in the future!

Our highly qualified and motivated health care professionals will educate you on the easiest, research proven methods to help you manage your condition. Whether you come in for intensive clinical conditioning or for personal, efficient manual care, you will leave feeling more confident and satisfied, knowing you are managing your condition safely and effectively!

Visit us today and experience what a team of highly trained, collaborative and dedicated healthcare professionals can do to help you reach your health goals!

Victor Vongphakdy

Physiotherapist and Clinic Director

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    Did you know that Physiomed has several locations across the GTA? At Physiomed, we believe that it is important for our clients to have access to treatment within their communities. Be sure to use our website to find a location near you and start feeling healthier today! #WellnessWednesday ...


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    Active Release Technique or ART is a movement-based, soft tissue technique that treats problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia, and nerves. Through evaluating the texture, tightness, and movement of your soft tissues, a Physiomed practitioner can help examine and treat your conditions using this technique. Curious about how ART can help you? Ask your practitioner at Physiomed today! #TipTuesday ...


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    The countdown to the holidays is on which means there is no time for aches and pains! Stay healthy this holiday season by taking your supplements, staying active, and frequently visiting your practitioner at Physiomed. #FitnessFriday ...


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