Our Toronto clinic is the first in Ontario! We are located on the northwest corner of Yonge and Lawrence. There is underground parking on-site and street parking in the area. You can also access our clinic directly from Lawrence TTC station. Please take the elevator up to the fifth floor and we are the first unit on the right. We are so excited to welcome families into our bright space and assist children to reach their highest gross motor potential.
3080 Yonge Street, Suite 5000 , Toronto, ON, CA
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Hours of Operation
|Monday||9:30 AM - 6:00 PM|
|Tuesday||9:00 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Wednesday||9:00 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Thursday||8:30 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Friday||9:00 AM - 6:30 PM|
|Saturday||8:30 AM - 5:00 PM|
- Kasha Pyka.PhysiotherapistMScPT, MSc, H.BScExercise RehabVestibular RehabKasha Pyka is a bubbly and energetic Physiotherapist who grew up in the heart of Toronto (literally, she was raised a 10-minute walk from the CN Tower)! She always knew she wanted to work in pediatrics, and this all started in her 10-year role as a Camp Counsellor/Director. Within this position, Kasha worked with a vast group of young athletes and dancers creating educational and recreational activities for them. In addition to this, she also had the opportunity to help integrate children and youth with disabilities into camp activities through the Reach for the Rainbow Program. Because of her passion and drive to work with children, Kasha curated her school-experiences at Queen’s University to revolve around pediatrics. Through her clinical internships, she was exposed to numerous clinics (including seating and neonatal follow-up clinics); as well gained valuable practical knowledge and skills treating children with: torticollis, plagiocephaly, cerebral palsy, developmental delay, and down syndrome.
- Jennifer Halfin.PhysiotherapistBSc, MSc(A) PTExercise RehabJenn grew up in Montreal, Quebec. As a figure skater and later coach, Jenn has always had a love for teaching children new skills. She attended McGill University, completing an undergraduate degree in Anatomy and Cell Biology, followed by a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy in 2010. Upon graduating, Jennifer immediately pursued a career in pediatric physiotherapy. She has worked in the private sector at multidisciplinary clinics, a doctor’s office, as well as in her own capacity as an independent practitioner. Jennifer also has experience in the public sector, working at Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital. Jenn is passionate about combining her previous experiences in both the public and private sectors to create a clinic which will provide the highest level of care and support for clients and their families. Through many continuing education courses, Jenn has expanded her skill set as a pediatric physiotherapist in order to maintain and uphold standards of best practice as well as keep up with the latest research. As a mother of 3 young children, Jenn can relate to the parents of her clients and strives to provide a clinic environment which is warm and welcoming, as well as space where parents can feel at ease and children can have fun.
- Jillian Chan.PhysiotherapistPTExercise RehabNeck RehabVestibular RehabJillian is a registered physiotherapist specializing in paediatrics in Toronto, Canada. She loves helping little ones achieve big goals and is committed to making physiotherapy fun for children of all ages and abilities.
- Hillary Abramsky.PhysiotherapistBScH Kine, MScPTHillary is joining the team from Toronto Ontario, where she grew up training as a provincial level gymnast and coaching 3-6 year olds recreationally. It was her love of movement and appreciation for the human body that drew her to an undergraduate degree in Kinesiology at Queen’s University. Hillary obtain her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto, with the main goal of working in Paediatrics. Hillary loves helping children succeed at achieving new milestones while having fun. Hillary often encourages families to be involved in therapy sessions, to learn alongside their child and be able to confidently apply those lessons outside of the clinical setting. Hillary was awarded the Rising Star Distinction Award from the Canadian Physiotherapy Association Pediatric Division last year.