Sreejith gained his Bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy in 1999 from Dr. MGR Medical University, India and proceeded with his Masters in Physiotherapy afterwards. He worked 6 years as a lecturer at the University of Calicut, India and at the same time he was the consultant physiotherapist for the Neurology, Cardiology, and Orthopedic departments in various hospitals. Sreejith has extensive experience working with many different kind of injuries including sports injuries, work place injuries and motor vehicle accidents. But his main field of practice is Orthopedics. He has worked in a variety of health care settings ranging from private Physiotherapy clinics, Community Care, Long-term care facilities, Retirement residences and the Convalescent Care Program. Sreejith is also an authorized Assistive Devices Provider (ADP) for the Ministry of Health and Long-term Care, Ontario.
Avi received his Bachelors degree in Physiotherapy in 2006 from Agra University, India and since then he has been providing physiotherapy services. After completing his Masters degree in Physiotherapy with specialization in Neurological disorders in 2008, he moved to Canada in 2012. He has an experience working with a wide variety of Orthopedic and Neurological disorders, post operative and sports injuries rehabilitation. He also spent a year in Canada working as a group fitness leader in the community, managing as many as forty clients in a class.
Avi enjoys analyzing and solving the problems. He believes in a hands-on approach and client centered goal achievement. His treatment strategies include manual therapy, joint mobilization, selective stretching and strengthening, individualized exercise prescription, education and facilitation to help guide individuals to reach their full potential. Avi has started working as a Resident Physiotherapist at iam Physiotherapy Clinic Newmarket.
Certified Athletic Therapist CAT(C)
Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)
Simon initially received his education from the University of Manitoba Athletic Therapy program and became a Certified Athlete Therapist in 2012. He then moved to Ontario and obtained his license of Registered Massage Therapist at the Ontario College of Health and Technology.
Simon has extensive experience with patients from all walks of life, ranging from the general public to industrial athletes, weekend warriors to high performance athletes. His treatment protocol emphasizes on postural correction, functional movement pattern, joint mobility and soft tissue flexibility. Simon utilizes various manual techniques which includes joint mobilization, soft tissue release and activation, myofascial stretching, sport and relaxation massage, etc. He also provides athletic taping and exercise prescriptions for injury prevention.
Dr. Arezou Mohajeri graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2016 . She did her undergraduate study in kinesiology program and graduated with honours degree from York University.
Dr. Arezou is a certified acupuncture provider from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. She also has certification in Facial Movement Taping from Rocktape Canada.
She is working as a intake assistant with a Third Party Medical Examination Center assisting the attending physicians.She also worked as a Work Capacity Liaison in North York General Hospital Assessment and Wellness Center assisting the attending physicians with the assessments, which provided recommendations to the WSIB and the worker’s primary treating health professional to assist them in planning return to work (RTW) and appropriate health care interventions to support a worker’s recovery and sustainable RTW.
Dr. Arezou has been working with a diverse patient population, from those with chronic musculoskeletal conditions to those with acute injuries (motor vehicle accidents and WSIB), from pregnant women to seniors with different conditions. Her approach to treatment includes a combination of manual therapies such as myofascial release techniques, joint mobilizations and manipulations, and active exercises in order to achieve the best outcome for her patients.