Medical Acupuncture Provider
Graston Technique® Provider
Chris completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Guelph where he graduated with Honours & received a BSc in Biological Sciences and a Bachelors of Nutritional Science. Chris continued his education in the United Kingdom at Leeds Metropolitan University, where he completed a Masters Degree in Physical Therapy.
Throughout his 6 years of post-secondary education, Chris has pursued his passion in human health & rehabilitation. Chris has experience in Musculoskeletal, Neurological, Cardio-pulmonary, Sports & multi-system injuries/disorders. As a Physiotherapist, Chris has worked with professional athletes with Toronto FC & Burnley FC.
Pursuing up to date research & ongoing personal development through continuing education, Chris is continually seeking advanced skills & training in the field to provide the best available treatments & rehabilitation to help you achieve your personal functional goals.
Chris is currently working toward his certification in Manual Therapy through the Orthopedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
Burlington Physiotherapy & Health Centre is Chris' second multidisciplinary clinic. Forest Hill Physiotherapy & Health Centre has been awarded the "Best Physiotherapy Clinic" in Toronto for 2018 & 2019 by both Top Choice Awards & Consumer Choice Awards.
Cassie completed her undergraduate degrees at the University of New Brunswick where she graduated with a BSc in Kinesiology and a BA in Sport & Exercise Psychology. Being a member of both the soccer and rugby teams at UNB, she spent a lot of time with the team therapists which lead her to pursue her education in this field. She completed her MSc in Physiotherapy at McMaster graduating in 2012.
Cassie truly believes in lifelong-learning and is devoted to keeping up with the latest research to deliver evidence-based client centered care. She has pursued continuing education courses in pelvic floor physiotherapy, acupuncture, vestibular rehabilitation, and chronic pain. In November 2018 she successfully attained her Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy through the CPA, which is the highest level of manual therapy training in Canada, making her a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physical Therapists (FCAMPT).
In her spare time, she enjoys watching and playing sports, working out, and travelling.
Medical Acupuncture Provider
Dr. Daniel Adler
Doctor of Chiropractic
Medical Acupuncture Provider
Jan completed his Masters Degree in Physiotherapy from McMaster University in 2015. Previously, he graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University with a Bachelor of Science (Kinesiology) in 2013. He has experience working with clients of all ages in the Halton region as a Physiotherapist in an Orthopedic/Sports Medicine setting before moving to Burlington.
Jan has since continued to stay up to date with evidence based Physiotherapy training. He has completed the Level 3 Orthopedic Division Manual Therapy courses as he works toward the Diploma of Advanced Manual & Manipulative Physiotherapy. He has completed the Contemporary Medical Acupuncture program through McMaster University and is also certified in the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) Level 1, a screening method used to identify movement imbalances related to injury.
Outside of the clinic, Jan loves the Raptors and Blue Jays but also enjoys playing basketball, baseball, and powerlifting.
Dr. Daniel Adler always had a passion for working in a healthcare-related field. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Western Ontario in 2009 where he studied psychology. It was there that he spent four years coaching flag football.
After his undergraduate, Dr. Daniel pursued his chiropractic degree from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College where he graduated from in 2014 having achieved Dean’s List Standing for academic achievements.
The learning hasn’t stopped for Dr. Daniel- after graduation he completed his certification in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture and has even become certified in chiropractic treatment of animals.
Dr. Daniel treats his patients in an evidence-based manner using a combination of spinal adjustments, soft tissue therapy, acupuncture, lifestyle advice and exercise prescription. When he isn’t helping his patients achieve their health goals, he’s either helping our animal friends, or spending time with his wife and son. Dr. Daniel is also an avid squash player so if you’re ever up for a friendly game, just challenge him.
Registered Massage Therapist
Fascial Stretch Therapist
As a graduate of the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy, and a Registered Massage Therapist with the CMTO, Tully believes that massage therapy can be incorporated into any health plan to help patients minimize pain and reach a higher state of health and well being.
Throughout Tully's life, he has always had a fascination with how the human body works. By the age of 18, Tully could feel a deep compassion inside that made him want to help those in pain around him, and this led to his training in massage. Tull was able to obtain a greater understanding of how the body reacts to stress, pain and injury through his education as an RMT.
Tully is very interested in Eastern and Western theory and his massage and healing style reflects that. Tully takes the best of everything he has learnt and customizes it for his patient. Sometimes problems can manifest physically, emotionally or spiritually and there is a need to unlock these energetic patterns for the greatest success in the relief of pain and ailment, using acupressure, meridian therapy and massage to promote relaxation and decrease pain. Tully focuses on boosting energy levels, improving sleep patterns and educating his patients on self awareness to help engage the body’s natural healing system.
Rob has been a personal trainer for over 10 years and a Fascial Stretch Therapist for 8. Having owned and operated his own gyms he has worked with all groups of people from young athletes to senior citizens. As a Movement and Performance Specialist Rob focuses on helping clients not only get rid of their pain and increase mobility, but to teach clients why the issues are happening and how to prevent the in the future. With over a decade of experience of helping resolve chronic pain issues Rob's approach produces long lasting results by empowering each client to take control of their health in a way that makes sense to them. Once clients can move better Rob helps his clients learn how to become stronger and healthier with practical solutions that are easy to implement. Rob is a life long athlete and die hard Raptors fan. He played basketball and soccer up to the collegiate level and considers himself a fitness nerd.
Cosmetic Acupuncture Provider
Cupping/Gua Sha Provider
Christine is a graduate from the Canadian College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She has successfully passed the Pan-Canadian Acupuncture License Exams and is registered with the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario. She was also a former Registered Massage Therapist and has a Bachelor of Health Sciences.
Chinese medicine is one of the oldest continuous systems of medicine. It focuses on maintaining the body’s flow of Qi, blood, and yin-yang to maintain health, prevent illness and balance the body, mind, and spirit.
Christine uses acupuncture to treat conditions including headaches, insomnia, depression, anxiety, stress management, digestive conditions, urinary complications, edema, tinnitus, vertigo, infertility, menopause, musculoskeletal disorders and much more.
Christine has a passion for holistic health and incorporating a multi-faceted approach to healthy living.
Dr. Hyun Jung (Katie) Oh
Korean Hand Acupuncture Provider
Biotherapeutic Drainage Practitioner
Buteyko Breathing Practitioner
Dr. Hyun Jung (Katie) Oh is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor and a graduate of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (2011). She has additional training in intravenous and injection therapy and holds Prescribing Rights regulated by the College of Naturopaths in Ontario.
Growing up in South Korea, she came into close contact with various Eastern healing traditions such as Traditional Asian Medicine, Tai-Chi, Yoga and meditation. When graduated from university, she ventured to Toronto to explore Western healing traditions and evidence-based natural medicine in order to broaden her understanding of human mind and body. Focusing on the mind-body medicine and functional approaches to health, she continuously strives to learn from both traditions and utilize gentle yet powerful natural therapies to bring balance to the whole person.
Dr. Oh, ND is experienced in treating patients of all ages, with a special interest in women’s health, thyroid & adrenal dysfunction, pediatrics (particularly eczema and asthma), anxiety, panic attacks and stress related conditions.
Her naturopathic practice involves lifestyle modifications, clinical nutrition, acupuncture, botanical medicine, homeopathy, biotherapeutic drainage, and high dose vitamin injection therapy. In addition, she recently obtained her certification in Buteyko Method to help re-train disordered breathing patterns related to asthma, rhinitis, anxiety, panic attacks and sleep disorders.
As a Graduate of the National Academy of Osteopath, Aaron has the unique vantage point to see the human body in a way that is different from how you may see it. From his time in undergraduate studies in Kinesiology and Recreational Therapeutics he has taken aspects and implemented them into the philosophy of Manual Osteopathy.
Aaron has always wanted to be able to help those in need from a very young age, and as he began to pursue higher education he decided that to help others recover from the pain and to aid in the process of physical restoration was vital to his path, which has become his osteopath. He has been active in athletics all his life, playing soccer in university and also being a Medical responder for high school sporting events in the GTA and surroundings. Aaron is continually trying to learn new things that will better enable him to effect change in the life of the patient and realizes that as the soul needs a listening ear to release, the body needs a listening hand to also release. Through his studies in Kinesiology and then Manual Osteopathy, Aaron sees the body as an amazing system intricately interconnected both functionally and structurally. Through soft tissue, joint mobilizations, METs, exercises and stretches, Aaron looks to effect lasting change. His goal is to release musculoskeletal restrictions so that our bodies can do what it does best, which is to heal itself.
In his spare time, Aaron is a lover of health, staying active in sports and taking in the fresh air as much as possible. When he is not outside he is inside trying out new plant-based and vegan cooking recipes. He is also an avid musician playing piano, violin, and cello for both leisure and festivals as well as in many sacred music groups.
OUR TRAINERS & INSTRUCTORS
Group Fitness Instructor
Group Fitness Instructor
Dianne is a graduate of two degrees from York University, a Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology & Health Science and a Bachelor’s of Education specialized in Health & Physical Education. During her time studying she developed a drive in health and fitness to add to her competitive spirit when it comes to sports. Dianne was an elite athlete in track & field, along with playing university level flag football for York. She has transition into a teacher and coach who strives to open opportunities for young girls and women to build confidence in their bodies to move more and be healthiest version of themselves!
As an experienced Teacher she brings energy to her group training classes while teaching correct movements with the right cues for every individual. As for 1on1 training, this is where Dianne puts her heart into she wants nothing more than to see her client reach their goals. Her love for movement and performance made her into a great coach and personal trainer specializing in functional body weight training, athletics and high intensity interval training.
When Dianne isn’t coaching or training in the gym she is probably spending time walking her dog, running with her race team or playing volleyball and football.
Peter completed his Honour’s B.A in Kinesiology and Health Science along with a Bachelors of Education specialized in Health and Physical Education from York University. Peter is an Ontario Certified Teacher with a passion for fitness, his goal is to give everyone the movement skills, knowledge and confidence to live a healthy lifestyle. He specializes in functional training, athletic performance and joint mobility but his biggest goal is to coach individuals to build healthy habits in their daily lifestyle.
With his experience in teaching large high school classes, Peter makes for a great group instructor coaching with compassion and attention to detail ensuring his athletes learn to move to their fullest potential. Peter is a caring 1on1 trainer, his client’s become his friends almost instantly keeping them motivated and accountable to reach their goals in healthy living.
Peter’s personal interest outside of the working out in the gym include playing sports (soccer, volleyball, spikeball), running (community races, OCRs) and travelling (next stop South America!).
Jessica completed a Bachelor's of Science in Kinesiology degree at McMaster University in 2017. After graduating she decided to pursue her love for exercise and fitness by becoming a personal trainer. As a PT she helped clients reach their health and fitness goals by creating individualized plans that suited their needs. She also enjoyed using her exercise psychology knowledge to work with clients who struggle with being consistent and motivated to make healthy changes. Her love of playing hockey, football and softball as well as coaching allowed her to work well with athletes to help give them a competitive edge.
Jessica decided she wanted to better utilize her knowledge of rehabilitation and starting working as a physiotherapy assistant. This is where she felt she was best able to help patients by guiding them through stretches and strengthening to improve their conditions. Jessica's ability to connect with clients fosters a relationship where her clients feel heard and at the centre of their care.
She is currently pursuing her passion of holistic care and woman’s health as a Midwifery student at McMaster University. When she isn't training or studying she enjoys active outdoor activities such as running, skating, hiking, rollerblading, and kayaking with family/friends and her dog Milo.
- Combat Krav Maga Instructor
- CQB-Kapap Instructor
- VIP Protection Krav Maga Instructor
- Kettlebell and Bodyweight Trainer
Stephen has been involved in martial arts since the age of 16 and has been training in the Israeli self defence system ‘Krav Maga” for the last 6 years. Stephen successfully completed the VIP Protection Krav Maga Instructor Course through the IKM Gabi Noah organization; the Krav Maga Instructor Course through the Combat Krav Maga International organization under Lior Offenbach; and the Israeli CQB-Kapap Instructor Course through the international Kapap Federation under Amit Himelstein.
In 2018, Stephen travelled to Los Angeles and successfully completed his certification as a Kettlebell and Bodyweight trainer under Joey Alvarado. Beyond Stephen's Krav Maga and Kettlebell background, he has 30 years of experience as a police officer and criminal investigator.
Reanna completed her undergraduate degree at McMaster University, graduating from the Honours Social Psychology program in 2015. After graduating, Reanna found her passion in holistic wellness and started practicing yoga to help with building strength, mindfulness and achieving stress relief. After getting sick and turning to natural medicine to heal, Reanna decided to take the 200-hour YTT & Personal Development Training in 2019 in order to share her passion with others and build on her own practice. Upon graduating, she immediately began teaching large group classes, has delivered workshops on yoga for office workers, and loves creating personalized one-on-one classes for the individual needs of her students.
She specializes in Vinyasa and Hatha yoga, and also enjoys teaching restorative, meditative, yin and all-level flow classes; ranging from beginners to intermediate. As someone who has healed herself through yoga and a holistic lifestyle, Reanna is extremely passionate about sharing her love of yoga with the world.
Reanna also holds a Post-Graduate Certificate in Human Resources Management and is a Certified Health Coach through the Nutraphoria School of Holistic Nutrition. She also specializes in training large groups of managers on various topics within Health & Wellness and Human Resources practices/policies, so she is extremely comfortable leading large groups of students. Off the mat, Reanna loves personal and professional development and considers herself a student for life.
Delaney Hassell is passionate about health and fitness. Growing up, Delaney danced competitively and studied ballet at prestigious schools such as the National Ballet of Canada and the Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Throughout her years of dance, Delaney became greatly interested in health and wellness, which still stays true today.
Since discovering her passion for health and wellness, Delaney has gained administrative experience as an administrator for a healthy living institute in Halton. During her post-secondary career, Delaney studied Kinesiology, and obtained an honours diploma in Photography. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, listening to music, and being physically active, whether that be at the gym, on a ski hill, or on a hike.
Delaney looks forward to building relationships with our clients, as well as furthering her knowledge in the health and wellness industry.
Katharina is a graduate from the Recreational Therapy Program at Mohawk College. Her diverse background has sparked her interest in different cultures, and she enjoys meeting and getting to know new people. Kat has a positive attitude and she is passionate about helping others, as she has also worked in Long Term Care.
Kat spent many years playing competitive soccer, and continues to remain active, especially if it involves the outdoors. Snowboarding and hiking are her favorite activities, and she also enjoys spending time up North, and being around animals.