Harvester Road Physiotherapy - pt Health
In response to COVID-19, pt Health is doing its part to help protect patients and our teams by modifying the delivery of services at our clinic. We remain open in select communities across Canada to treat patients requiring urgent care and to provide virtual care options.
For clinics that are providing in-person services, we have put in place active measures including enhanced hygiene practices, social distancing and pre-screening before anyone enters the clinic as per the Public Health Agency of Canada and continue to monitor federal and provincial colleges, to ensure our policies are aligned.
If you are feeling ill, have traveled outside of Canada in the past 14 days, or have come in contact with someone who is suspected to have COVID-19, please reach out to your local public health agency. If you need to reschedule an existing booking, please contact us by calling: 1 (888) 707-4410
We will keep you up to date with any related changes at pt Health that may affect you. If you have any questions regarding your appointment or your future treatment, please contact us at: 1 (888) 707-4410
In good health,
Our Clinic Team
Physiotherapist - MScPT, H.BScSpeaks: English, CantoneseJessica completed her Masters of Science in Physiotherapy and an undergraduate degree in Life Sciences at McMaster University. Her post-graduate education includes completion of courses in Advanced Orthopedic Manual and Manipulative Therapy, Soft Tissue Release Training, Acupuncture and Pelvic Health. She has experience treating a wide range of musculoskeletal, sports injury and neurological conditions in both a clinical and the hospital setting. Jessica is also a rostered pelvic physiotherapist with knowledge treating conditions related to incontinence, prolapses, pelvic girdle pain, pregnancy & post-natal related dysfunction and diastasis recti. She believes in using a combination of manual therapy, exercise training and education to help her patients maximize their strength, movement and function. Jessica focuses on using a holistic, client-centred and evidence-based approach to fulfill the goals and help improve the well being of all her clients. Jessica has most recently completed both the Arthritis Society's Getting a Grip on Arthritis® osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis education program. In her spare time, Jessica enjoys discovering new hiking trails, spending time with her friends and family and sampling foods from around the world.
Patient CoordinatorSpeaks:A graduate of Halton Business Institute, Linda has over 16 years experience in customer service and over 9 years in a clinical setting. She enjoys interacting with patients and doing her utmost to provide them with the best service possible.
Patient CoordinatorSpeaks: English
Massage Therapist - RMTSpeaks: EnglishLaura is licensed through the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario, graduating from Mohawk College’s Massage Therapy program in 2018. She has experience with patients of various ages and ability, as well as a range of techniques (taking a special interest in deep tissue and trigger point massage). Her passion is to improve her patients’ quality of life and give them the tools and the education necessary to get the most out of their treatments.
PhysiotherapistSpeaks:Forum is a Registered Physiotherapist registered with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario. Her educational background includes a Master’s degree in orthopedics and sports physiotherapy. Forum's interests includes musculoskeletal and sports injuries, pain management, post-operative rehabilitation and back injury prevention and rehabilitation. Forum has taken several courses in manual therapy, neural mobilization and Pilates for rehabilitation. She is also a certified dry needling practitioner. She believes that for a complete recovery from any injury it is very essential to be in sync with the muscles and mind. Doing the appropriate exercises and having a holistic approach can help with a speedy recovery. Lastly, focusing on pre-habilitation can help individuals prevent future injuries, aches and pains. When she is not treating patients, she keeps busy with swimming, listening to music and traveling.