Leaps and Bounds Performance Rehabilitation.
Rehab & Treatment
Recover Faster, Perform Better, Stay in the Game Whether you’re an elite athlete or a beginner; a performing artist or a spirited dancer when no one is watching; someone with a physically demanding job or a retired weekend warrior, our mission is to help you meet your ultimate physical goals. Our professionals understand that the key to optimal performance is determining the root cause of your symptoms, which can only be attained with an accurate diagnosis. In taking the time to conduct a thorough assessment, it allows us to classify the condition or injury according to its unique characteristics. Only when armed with the knowledge this correct diagnosis provides us, can the most effective treatment prescription be developed. This formula, in combination with your persistence, and adjustments as needed, empowers you to take control over your symptoms and ultimately your well-being.
2015 Kingsridge Dr., Unit 3, Oakville, ON, CA
Return to Play/Work/Learn
Hours of Operation
|Monday||9:00 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Tuesday||9:00 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Wednesday||9:00 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Thursday||9:00 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Friday||9:00 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Saturday||8:00 AM - 2:00 PM|
- Pat Stanziano.PhysiotherapistRegistered Physiotherapist , Certified McKenzie MDT Provider (MICanada), Diploma Sport Physiotherapy (Canada), Registered Int'l Sport Physical Therapist (IFSPT), Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA)Acupuncture/DryneedlingExercise RehabNeck RehabVestibular RehabPat Stanziano has an extensive background across many physiotherapy disciplines. Since deciding to focus his practice on outpatient orthopedics, Pat has become certified in the McKenzie Method (MDT), a system that allows him to provide advanced diagnoses and therapeutic care for sufferers of mechanical low back and neck pain. In addition, Pat is one of only a few physiotherapists in Oakville that is (actually) a sport physiotherapist, an extensive process that Pat is very proud of due to the countless hours doing what he loves: being around athletes of all ages and skill levels in a competitive environment. Pat is required to complete, yearly, hundreds of clinical and field hours to maintain his status as a Sport Physiotherapist. He does so by being quite involved with figure skating and Skate Canada, typically volunteering for host medical positions at events, sometimes even being tasked to be Chief Therapist. Additionally, Pat is in his 6th season as a member of the health support team for Skate Canada, occasionally traveling with a Canadian contingent of figure skaters to international competitions. Pat loves his football though, in whatever manner he can get it: coaching, providing therapy, refereeing, or going to see his beloved Bills. On top of all this, and most importantly, Pat is a proud papa to a beautiful young lady and handsome little boy, as well as a loving husband to his very awesome and understanding wife, as you can assume she must be from all the extra-curricular volunteering that he takes on.
- Brittany Boot.ChiropractorD.C, BScKinAcupuncture/DryneedlingExercise RehabMyofascial ReleaseNeck ManipulationNeck RehabVestibular RehabVision Rehab
- Prabhav Gogna.Physical TherapistP.T.Active Release TherapyAcupuncture/DryneedlingCognitive AssessmentCognitive RehabExercise RehabMyofascial ReleaseNeck ManipulationNeck RehabNeuropsychological AssessmentVestibular RehabVision RehabMy name is Prab and I am a Physiotherapy Resident who graduated from the University of Toronto Physiotherapy Program in October 2021. I have completed the CCMI certification in May 2022 and I look forward to helping patients suffering with acute concussion or persistent concussion-related symptoms.
- Daniel Frankel.PhysiotherapistMSc(PT)Exercise Rehab
- Andrew Convery.Athletic TherapistCertified Athletic Therapist CAT(C)Andrew attended George Brown College in 2013, where he completed his Diploma in Fitness and Health Promotion and his Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology Personal Trainer Certification (CSEP-CPT). Recently he achieved his Honours Bachelor of Applied Health Sciences in Athletic Therapy from Sheridan College. Andrew’s treatment approach is a combination of manual-therapy and prescribed exercise to improve a patient’s athletic performance and be pain-free. Throughout his academic career Andrew gained a wide range of clinical and on-site field experience covering sports like football, hockey, field hockey, basketball, volleyball, rugby, and soccer. Andrew’s goal is to help patients return to the daily activities they enjoy, whether it is playing competitive sports or just living an active lifestyle. In his free time, Andrew enjoys running, biking, hiking, and spending time with family.
- Carolina Rotondo.Physiotherapist