Hi, I’m Lanre OSHO an internationally educated physiotherapist & alumnus of U of T (OIEPB) program with 2 decades of experience in MSK & Sports Rehabilitation. A member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists ( MISCP). I worked with the national (Nigeria) boxing team as a physiotherapist at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games & other major sporting events.
I’m a sports enthusiast. I enjoy running, biking, singing & traveling.
Nick Patel, BPT., RMT.
Registered Physiotherapist & Massage Therapist
Nilesh Patel began his health-care career as a Physiotherapist overseas, with experience in sports and musculoskeletal injuries . He then went on to pursue his Diploma in Massage Therapy from Kikkawa College of Massage Therapy. His passion is to selectively combine various elements of past training to create an individualised and effective approach to each patient’s case. Nilesh enjoys treating all conditions but is especially interested in treating various musculoskeletal dysfunction . During his work in the physiotherapy field, Nilesh diagnosed and treated various conditions of the spine, pelvis, upper and lower extremities, whether muscular, joints or nervous system-related. He also has experience working with sport-related injuries, motor vehicle accident (MVA) cases and work-related injuries (WSIB).
Nilesh promotes a speedy recovery to his clients by using an evidence-based approach to patient care and tailors his physiotherapy treatments to fit each individual patient’s needs. Treatments includes myofascial release therapy, Graston therapy, Dry needling, joint mobilizations, functional rehabilitation, taping and a combination of therapeutic modalities (including LASER, IFC and US therapy), prescribed therapeutic exercises programs to reduce pain, improve functionality and getting patients back to doing the things they love to do.
Nilesh believes in hands on approach to provide the best possible care to his clients. Upon arriving to Nilesh for treatment, he will assess posture ,range of motion and performs appropriate orthopedic assessment to determine the cause of symptoms may lie.