Sport-Medic Physiotherapy Clinic is a clinic designed to meet the needs of the individuals in need of rehabilitation services as a result of injury. As such, Sport-Medic consistently endeavours to offer the highest quality of health care services for these persons served by our programs.
Sport-Medic Physiotherapy Clinic ensures consistent quality and effective treatment by employing physiotherapists who are highly qualified and well trained in the field of physiotherapy. Dedicated to continued learning to further improve service delivery, staff is encouraged to enroll in post-graduate course work.
As well, students enrolled in the physiotherapy program at the University of Toronto come into our facility to fulfill their internship requirements. The clinic also offers co-op placements to local students to aid them in determining their future educational goals.
LINDA DYER-MACDONALD, PT.
Linda graduated in 1982 from the University of Western Ontario with a Bachelor of Science (Physical Therapy). Upon graduation Linda worked in a hospital environment for 8 years before becoming the owner of Sport-Medic Physiotherapy Clinic in 1990.
Linda is fully certified through the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute (AFCI) and has taken upwards of 15 acupuncture courses. She has recently been appointed as one of the lead lecturers and facilitators for the AFCI as well as sitting on the Education Committee that governs education course content and its exams. Linda also has Level 1 Cyriax and Level 1 McKenzie training.
DONNA ARSENAULT, PT.
Donna graduated in 1974 from Dalhousie University with a Diploma in Physiotherapy. Donna has extensive experience working in both the clinic and with Community Rehab, where she makes home visits to those individuals unable to attend an outpatient clinic.
She is also a lead examiner for the Physiotherapy National Exams.
Sport-Medic Physiotherapy Clinic also has several certified Kinesiologists & Physiotherapist Assistants available to aide in your treatment. They have solid backgrounds in Therapeutic Exercise Progression, Anatomy, Physiology, and treatment modalities to assist in the healing process.