Etobicoke 190 Sherway Dr #301 , ON

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


About This Location

Our Etobicoke clinic is located in one of the most diverse areas in the country. Local residents come from Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and Africa. James Gardens and other scenic parks attract tourists and locals all year long and its economy continues to thrive as a result of its construction industry. This means that a growing population demands the highest quality health services.

Etobicoke businesses who are concerned with the loss of productivity due to employee health problems can take advantage of our corporate wellness programs. These programs are based on nutrition education, pain and injury treatment, and improving the strength and function of patients as a means to improving their well-being.

Etobicoke residents are a diverse group, and each individual has unique needs related to health and performance. We understand that not all patients are the same. As a result, we use a more customized approach to assessing and creating treatment plans for you.

Dr. Godrej Engineer

BSc, DC, DAc

Chiropractor/ Acupuncturist/ Clinic Director

A graduate of Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto (DC) and the University of Western Ontario (BSc.), Dr. Engineer is also a Certified Active Release Provider (ART), a Certified Contemporary Acupuncturist (D.Ac), and a Titleist Certified Golf Fitness Instructor. Dr. Engineer’s integrative approach to treatment, passion to educate and caring attitude lend his chiropractic skills to the successful treatment of his patients and ability to motivate them to a healthy lifestyle.

Dr. Michael Carriero


Chiropractor/ Registered Massage Therapist/ Acupuncturist

Dr. Carriero is a graduate of Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, and has also completed Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) Specialized Honours, at York University. Dr. Carriero is extremely unique, in that he is also a Massage Therapist graduate from the Royal Canadian College of Massage Therapy and Acupuncture Provider from McMaster University. Dr. Carriero’s passion, along with his array of education and skills, is exuded when treating a wide range of conditions. He utilizes a unique and customized treatment plan for every patient in order to maximize his or her recovery. Each treatment plan is compromised of a combination of soft tissue therapy, spinal manipulative therapy, laser therapy, joint mobilization and rehabilitative therapy. He is able to treat an extensive range of conditions such as sprains and strains, nerve root problems, back and neck pain and joint problems and so much more.

Chirayu Desai


Registered Physiotherapist/ Acupuncture Provider

Chirayu (Chi) Desai has been a registered physiotherapist since 2010. He started his career in an outpatient neurology and orthopedic setting, before moving to Toronto in 2013. Chi has a special interest in sports injuries and rehabilitation training and was part of the medical team for the 2015 Toronto PanAm Games. He is also a certified Kinesio-taping and acupuncture practitioner. He has taken courses in Manual therapy and neural mobilization. Chi believes in using a holistic approach when it comes to treating patient’s injuries. He focuses on movement and muscle imbalance and uses corrective exercise therapy to achieve better outcomes.

Danitza Leiva


Physiotherapy Assistant

Danitza (Dana) Leiva is an internationally educated Physiotherapist from the Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaíso, Chile (PUCV). She started her career with her own practice where she would specialize in Musculoskeletal disorders and children’s Psychomotor Development. She also worked as an Anatomy instructor at the Technical training Centre of the Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaíso (CFT PUCV) Chile. She’s currently working on getting her certification as Physiotherapist in Canada.

Tara Hussein


Registered Massage Therapist

Tara specializes in Swedish Massage, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, Golgi Tendon Organ (GTO), Joint Mobilizations, Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) and Remedial Exercises. Educating patients on maintaining good posture at work, at the gym or in their everyday life is something Tara focuses on and is passionate about. She considers massage therapy to be an essential tool to enjoying good health. Tara is not only able to focus on your problem areas but she looks at the body as a whole. She possesses a high appreciation for the human form and its mechanics and treats every individual with full respect and integrity.

Claudia Woch


Customer Service Specialist

Claudia comes to Physiomed Sherway with an extensive background in administration. Having spent the majority of her career working in customer service roles within the healthcare industry, she has a passion for improving the experience for all patients. Claudia completed her Honours Bachelor of Arts degree at York University in 2014. She is a proud member of the Physiomed Sherway Team.

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