move better…feel better

Our integrative approach to treatment is a result of our expertise in three different disciplines and over 25 years of experience in sports, manual therapy and rehabilitation

Our treatments are individualized to effectively address your symptoms but also respecting your general health or any limitations you may have. We aim to create a corrective program that suits your lifestyle, allows your active participation and can be continued as a preventative measure.

We always make an effort to find and address all the factors that contribute to your current condition.

We expect some positive effects of the treatment after each visit and typically see the improvement within 4 – 6 sessions. Depending on your response, the treatments are adjusted to maximize the outcome of each session.

If needed, we may contact your physician for further diagnostics or suggest a referral to another health care provider.

Our treatments combine Manual Osteopathy, Rehabilitative Massage and Corrective Exercise Therapy

Manual Osteopathy

It is as an integral part of Osteopathic Medicine.
Body misalignment or movement restrictions within its structure (joints, muscles, connective tissue / fascia, internal organs, etc.) could lead to injury or dysfunction. Osteopathic treatments focus on finding and addressing any abnormalities within the body structure to improve the function of the whole organism, relieve pain and facilitate healing.

Massage Therapy

The term massage therapy describes different ways of using hands to manipulate and mobilize the muscles, soft tissue and joints of the body for therapeutic purposes. It is a broad discipline that encompasses many different approaches and techniques that vary greatly among practitioners. At Kinesis we practice Rehabilitative Massage Therapy, an approach that focuses on addressing injuries, pain or other ailments. It requires additional training and employs more advanced manual therapy techniques.


Also called Movement or Corrective Exercise Therapy is part of Kinesiology, which is a regulated health care profession in Ontario.
Based on thorough knowledge of anatomy and biomechanics of the body, Kinesiologists are using exercises to target specific areas of the body to address muscular imbalance or weakness, movement restrictions or lack of stability.

Some of the Conditions We Treat

Low Back pain – Sciatica, Disc problems
Car accident and Sports injury – Whiplash, Tennis/Golfer’s Elbow, Knee pain, etc.
Neck and Shoulder pain – Frozen Shoulder, Rotator Cuff injury
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Plantar Fasciatis

Headaches and TMJ (Jaw) pain
Post-concussion Syndrome and Vertigo
Fibromyalgia / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Menstrual and Digestive problems
Chronic Pain
Postural misalignment
and others


194 Garden Ave, 2nd floor
Toronto, ON
M6P 1H7


416. 551.1722