Mississauga 1900 Fowler Dr #119 , ON

Mon: to Thu: 08:00 am to 08:00 pm | Fri: 08:00 am to 06:00 pm | Sat: 09:00 am to 02:00 pm | Sun: by appointment only

About

About This Location

Physiomed provides the residents of Mississauga with quality health education, treatment, and assessment services for addressing their health issues.

We provide you with tools you need to begin improving your health. We ensure Mississauga residents understand what they need to achieve their goals and ultimately create a strong and healthy community.

Mississauga has a growing community that requires the best quality of health care services. It has a multi-cultural population that requires customized treatments for improving health. Mississauga is home to many annual events that draw a large number of visitors including Canada Day and the Mississauga Rotary Ribfest.

Mississauga businesses can take advantage of our corporate wellness programs, which work to enhance the well-being and productivity of their employees. This reduces the costs associated with missed work days and the burden that is being placed on the healthcare system. More importantly, our approach is customized. We understand that each individual is unique and requires a treatment plan tailored to their needs. This is what makes our assessment and treatment programs effective.

Dr. Anastasia Pargaru

ND

As a Naturopathic Doctor, Anastasia has the incredible opportunity to educate, empower and lead individuals towards their own healing journey. Through compassionate listening, Anastasia is able to connect with, and understand her patient’sgoals andchallenges; and most importantly to re-invigorate the motivation for health and well-being. Whether it is through diet, lifestyle or simply conversation, you can be sure that, together,you will find the right path to your optimal health.

Dr. Anastasia completed a B.Sc. (Hon.) in Biomedical Toxicology from University of Guelph before receiving her Doctorate in Naturopathy from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. She has experience in working with the Public Health Agency of Canada, and the National Microbiology Laboratory, both of which lead to her special interest in preventative medicine, with a focus on the endocrine and immune systems. In practice, Dr. Anastasia relies on several tools to promote health and treat illness which include nutraceuticals, botanicals, acupuncture and positive lifestyle changes.

Anastasia is always on the hunt to expand her knowledge. Most recent accomplishment was meeting the Standard of Practice for Prescribing for Naturopaths, which allows her to perform vitamin B12injections, and the use of Bioidentical Hormone Therapy (BHRT) in practice. To learn more, book a free 15 min meet and greet with Dr. Anastasia Pargaru, ND.

Dr. Wendy Smith

B.Sc.(Hon. Co-op Kin.), D.C., R.Ac

Chiropractor, Acupuncturist

Dr. Wendy Smith has been practicing acupuncture since 2001, and chiropractic since 1995. She returned to school to study Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) at the Ontario College of TCM, and became licensed with the CTCMPAO in 2016. Dr. Smith provides a unique perspective of knowing both Eastern and Western medical approaches to acupuncture. She incorporates cupping, electro-acupuncture, laser, facial, scalp and auricular therapy along with gentle bodywork for a broad range of conditions.

Tanya Alappat

B.Sc, MPT

Physiotherapist

Tanya graduated from the University of Western Ontario with a Bachelor of Science in 2007 and a Master of Physical Therapy in 2010. She has also completed courses from Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT), Selective Function Movement Assessment (SFMA), Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS), McGill Method, Advanced Physical Therapy Education Instituten (APTEI), Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute (AFCI), Mulligan Concepts and Manual Therapy. She has experience in several areas of practice such as Orthopaedics, Neurology, Cardioresp, Paediatrics and Geriatrics. Tanya volunteered as a Paediatric Physiotherapist in Nepal and Vietnam. She enjoys traveling, cooking, hiking/trekking and white water rafting.

Hours: Monday 11am- 8pm , Tuesday 11am-8pm, Wednesday 11am-8pm and Friday 9am-6pm

Gina Miranda

BA., RP.

Registered Psychotherapist, Reiki Master

Gina graduated from the University of Toronto with a BA. She continued her education at the Transformational Arts College of Spiritual and Holistic Training, where she studied Transpersonal Psychotherapy, Past Life Regression Therapy and Bardo State Regression therapy. She is a Registered Psychotherapist and is currently completing her certification in Relational Somatic Psychotherapy. She has completed Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Level 1 and is will complete Level 2 in 2018. She has her basic training in EMDR and Structural Dissociation and is working towards her EMDR certification. Her philosophy is that mind, body and spirit need to be integrated for us to find peace and she uses this approach to help her clients discover and unify the various parts of themselves into the whole. She uses a variety of modalities to achieve this from traditional talk therapy to body-centered psychotherapy to energy work. She helps her clients track their own patterns and become mindful of their triggers and emotions. She teaches them to be more compassionate towards self and others and integrate their new awareness of self and become more consciously responsive. Gina is also a Certified Reiki Master and hosts various workshops on chakra meditations, stress management and relationship building.

Alex Zaslavsky

RMT

Registered Massage Therapist

Jamelle Mason

RMT

Registered Massage Therapist

Jamelle is a knowledgeable and result-oriented RMT who studied at Mohawk College in Hamilton where she developed her skills in orthopedic assessments, sports massage and injury treatment, myofascial release, joint play and remedial exercise. Jamelle believes that massage therapy plays a vital role in helping clients achieve their goals and improve their wellbeing. She is certified in the use of Rockblades and Rocktape and uses these as complimentary modalities to help achieve maximum results. She has also taken a course in athletic taping specifically to help competitive athletes return to competition as quickly and safely as possible. Outside of the clinic Jamelle is an avid athlete participating in sports such as ice hockey, tennis and volleyball. Jamelle is passionate about massage therapy and about helping her clients help themselves feel their very best. She looks forward to expanding her skills and receiving supplementary training on complimentary modalities to massage therapy.

Steph Campbell

Active Care Specialist

Steph graduated from Liverpool John Moores University in Media and Cultural Studies and spent some time working on a TV show in the UK and undertaking some journalism in Ghana. She then proceeded to study and graduate in Holistic Massage and Aromatherapy. Continuing her passion for health and wellness, Steph certified in Personal Training, Nutrition and Weight-loss. She dedicates her time to each client's needs and helps them to achieve their goals. Steph previously spent time volunteering and travelling through West Africa and has even made it to Timbuktu! She also enjoys cooking, exercise and spending time with friends and family. Hours: Monday: 8am-5pm Tuesday: 8am-5pm Wednesday: 8am-5pm Thursday: 8am-5pm Friday: 8am-2pm Saturday: Off Sunday: Off

Manuel Ferreira

B.Sc., D.Ch.

Chiropodist - Foot Specialist

Did you know that the average person walks over 125,000 miles in a life time?!? That's 5x around the earth!!! That same person puts more than 1.5 million pounds of pressure through each foot EVERY SINGLE DAY!!!! So almost all people will develop some condition due to the tremendous forces of walking! Your feet may be contributing to knee, hip and back pain!! I have been practicing Professional Foot Care for over 20 years - helping people walk better and feel better!!! I also administer a full-range of services including treatment of; nails, callouses, corns, ulcers and plantar warts! I help people of all ages - from infants to people over 100 years old! The saying - "If your feet hurt you hurt all over!" - cannot be more true!! So book your appointment to see me today!! Hours: Monday: off Tuesday: off Wednesday: off Thursday: 9:15am-6:00pm Friday: 9:45am-6:00pm Saturday: off Sunday: off

Mohammed Ali

Psychotherapist

Dr. Erin Woodburn

D.C, B.A

Chiropractor

Throughout life I have devoted my energy into athletics and fitness. I am a firm believer that you get out of life what you put into it. I am devoted to contributing to the personal excellence of my patients through hard work, adaptive treating methods and metal stimulation. I appreciate the obstacles that one must overcome to achieve ultimate satisfaction through both mind and physical well-being. I am determined and well driven to the point where I firmly believe in “NEVER, NEVER GIVING UP!” I have completed my Chiropractic Doctorate at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and have a Specialized Honours Degree in Kinesiology from York University. I have also completed the Contemporary Medical Acupuncture course at Mcmaster University and received a Fitness and Lifestyle Management Diploma at Humber College. I have trained for over 18 years in martial arts and was a member of the National Black Belt Club for over 5 years. I consider myself an ambitious, focused and passionate individual when it comes to rehabilitation and health. I will always believe happiness comes from within and everyone should understand themselves to ensure their well-being and potential.

Rodney Bhally

R.TCMP

Acupuncturist

As an extensively trained practitioner of Eastern Medicine, Acupuncture, and Traditional Naturopathy; with 20 years of Shaolin/Zen Mindfulness training, Rodney S Bhally now facilitates powerful and engaging workshops and coaching programs. All credentials aside, Rodney is very excited to share these ancient practices to awaken a new found awareness, empowering his client to live with deeper clarity, purpose and well-being.

Pegah Fini

M.Sc

Chiropractor

Dr. Fini graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in Toronto. She is certified in contemporary medical acupuncture (McMaster University), and also has experience treating patients with a variety of techniques including, muscle release, instrument assisted soft-tissue techniques, taping, mulligan mobilization and Thompson technique.

My focus lies in the treatment and prevention of physical injuries and improvement of overall quality of health and lifestyle. I have received her undergraduate degree and Master’s degree in Kinesiology and Health Sciences, with my Master’s thesis focusing on nutrition.

I enjoy treating a variety of patients including athletes, children, expecting and new moms, patients with chronic and repetitive strain conditions and geriatric population. My treatments are personalized and integrate techniques of acupuncture, spinal manipulative therapy, soft-tissue therapy and exercise rehabilitation to ensure that the underlying cause is addressed and prevent reoccurrence.

In my spare time I love participating in physical fitness, whether it be running or weight lifting. I am always looking for ways to challenge myself having participated in Tough Mudder Mud Run and give back to the community with the Sporting Life Run. As well, having completed my master’s with a special interest in nutrition, I enjoy keeping up with the latest research and recommendations for optimal nutritional health.

Nelofar Khan

Nelofar Khan holds a Master of Science in Advanced Occupational Therapy from The University of Northampton,UK, 2010. She brings with her extensive international experience. She was the founder and the clinical director of Healeos Healthcare, a well-known rehabilitation centre in Mumbai, India. The centre offered services for musculo- skeletal, neurological and paediatric clients and also consulted for health promotion and wellness programs and educational workshops.

Nelofar, is adept in making her clients comfortable to proactively achieve their functionality and independence to regain quality in life. According to her, healing, whether as a provider or a client, starts with a focussed mind and positive emotions. She shares her zest for life with her clients and never stops innovating to create solutions for them to reach their goals. Thus, she continuously upgrades herself through various certifications.

Her present certifications are in IASTM (Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization), Handwriting Without Tears (assessment, pre K readiness and writing, K-5 writing), Aquatic Therapy,Interactive Metronome (Adult and Paediatric), Handle Approach (Level 1 and 2), NDT and Sensory Integration, Low Level Laser Therapy for pain management, Myofascial Release and MyofascialKinesio Taping among others. Her endeavour to evolve is matched by her commitment to ensure her clients always receive the best in treatment the world has to offer.

Ernest Geid

Osteopath

Ernest Geid is a Canadian Osteopathic Manual Practitioner. He is the owner and founder of “Osteopathy First” and he has a vast hands-on clinical experience in Osteoarticular techniques, Myofacial Release and Craniosacral Therapy. Ernest holds a Diploma of Osteopathic Manual Practice (DOMP). He is delivering Osteopathy Techniques using MultiModal Approach and European Style Osteopathy. Ernest is an international graduate Medical Doctor and holds a Master of Science in Rheumatology. In addition, he holds a Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) from National University of Medical Sciences in Spain.

Ernest strongly believe in the 4 principles of Osteopathy:

  • Each body’s structure supports the body’s functions. If a structure is out of place, the body will not function at its best.
  • The natural flow of the body’s fluids – lymphatic, vascular and neurological – must be preserved and maintained.
  • The human body is the sum of its parts. Its physical, emotional, social, spiritual, and cognitive systems work in harmony.
  • When the body has no restrictions, it has the inherent ability to heal itself.

As an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner, Ernest identifies, assesses, and treats the body’s structures and rhythms using a gentle, hands-on approach. This fundamental technique is called osteopathic palpation. Osteopathic palpation is what makes osteopathy different from other forms of therapy.

Ernest use seven major treatment techniques in his practice:

  • CranioSacral Therapy is the gentlest osteopathic technique, and it requires the most experience to use effectively.
  • OMT which is Gentle Articulations and Mobilizations that involves gently moving 2 joint surfaces. Many patients find this technique less forceful than joint manipulations.
  • Myofascial Release Therapy with the main goal to stretch and loosen the fascia.
  • Soft-tissue Stretching Techniques to release muscle tension.
  • Neuromuscular release techniques, also called trigger point myotherapy.
  • Lymphatic Drainage Techniques that improve circulation throughout body and enhance the immune system
  • Visceral Manipulation in which most patients treated feel only gentle pressure, but the corrections are enough to improve the mobility of an organ, improve blood flow, and help the organ function more effectively

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