West Toronto Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation - 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
Massage Therapist - B.Sc (Ph.Ed.)Speaks: English, PolishPiotr graduated from The Academy of Physical Education in Warsaw, Poland. He also graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in Toronto. He has been very successful in treating patients following motor vehicle accidents, workplace injuries and sports injuries. He specializes in Swedish Massage, deep tissue massage and trigger point techniques.
Patient CoordinatorSpeaks: EnglishAgnes Trojanowicz graduated from George Brown College with a diploma in Medical Office Administration. Agnes brings enthusiasm and a positive attitude to everything she does. When she's not at the clinic, she enjoys art and music.
Patient Coordinator - FloaterSpeaks: English
PhysiotherapistSpeaks: EnglishVarsha is a Registered Physiotherapist with degree From the University of Zambia (Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy, 2011). Varsha also did a course from University of Toronto (Ontario’s Internally Educated Physical Therapy Bridging Program, 2018). She has worked in a variety of settings, encompassing cardio respiratory, pediatrics and orthopedic surgery through Central Hospital in Zambia. Varsha is a resourceful and passionate physiotherapist who wants to change someone’s life by improving their wellness. Varsha’s practice involves active rehabilitation with patient-centered treatment goals for MVA, WSIB, Sports rehab and private patients. Varsha uses various treatments in her treatment to make patients better, such as therapeutic modalities, manual therapy, soft tissue release, active exercise therapy and more to return patients to pre-injury level. When asked why she chose her current profession, Varsha replied “I decided to make physiotherapy my life-long profession, when I realized the impact I could have in the lives of people I meet through my work,” she confides. “One of the most important aspects of my assessments and treatments is the education I give my clients. Helping people understand where the physical problem may originate can be the key to a quicker recovery.” Outside of work, Varsha indulges in such activities as cooking, reading, writing and spending time with friends and family. In the summer, she particularly enjoys spending time at the cottage and camping.