Due to COVID-19 and the recommendations of the government and public health we are suspending in-person visits to work together to stop the spread of the COVID-19 and keep each other safe.
BUT… you are important to us and your treatment goals remain our priority.
SO… we are providing VIRTUAL SESSIONS to ensure we continue to support you and work together along your recovery journey.
Your path to recovery begins at Stouffville Joint Venture Physiotherapy
We will work with you to achieve your goals. Whether it’s living life pain-free, returning to sport, or being able to lift your grandkids, we will help you return to the activities that are most important to you.
Proudly Serving Stouffville Since 1996
Growing up in the Markham-Stouffville area, Phil went on to graduate from the University of Toronto with a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy in 2012. His clinical internship was completed with a distinction for exemplary performance in outpatient orthopaedic physiotherapy. His proven skills in manual therapy and exercise prescription allow him to design and deliver effective treatment plans. Phil’s strong academic and clinical background, along with his continuing education courses within the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy (Level 3), medical acupuncture, concussion rehab, and athletic taping, lead to positive outcomes in helping his patients reach a full functional recovery.
Since graduating from the University of Toronto, Sue has provided treatment in a wide variety of settings including hospitals and outpatient clinics. She has vast experience in the treatment of orthopaedic conditions and has a special interest in total joint replacement rehabilitation. Under the new management of Stouffville Joint Venture Physiotherapy, Sue continues to provide the same compassionate service as always. Notably, Sue has added to her portfolio of services by now offering the GLA:D program. GLA:D provides treatment for patients with osteoarthritis as well as preparing people who are to undergo joint replacement surgery. In her spare time, Sue enjoys meeting people, gardening and spending time with her family.
New to the Markham-Stouffville area, Mara graduated from the University of Toronto in 2016 with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy. Since graduating, she has worked in outpatient orthopaedic settings and has a passion for working in this environment. Mara utilizes thorough assessment and treatment methods with consideration of patient goals and creating a strong sense of rapport with patients. Her continued education in the field has included training in the GLA:D Canada Program and she strongly believes in life-long learning to continue to build upon her orthopaedic skill set.
Colleen graduated from Physiotherapy at the University of Western Ontario in 1991 and has extensive clinical experience including charitable work in Africa doing community-based rehabilitation. Colleen’s focus is a holistic approach to neurological rehabilitation of adults and children with complex neurological and traumatic injuries and conditions. She is trained in a variety of specialized courses including Neurodevelopmental Treatment / Bobath, Advanced Vestibular Rehabilitation, Myofascial Release, Craniosacral Therapy, and Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization. Colleen’s outside interests include travel, camping, hiking and biking with her family.
Jill graduated with honours from the Occupational Therapist Assistant and Physiotherapist Assistant (OTA/PTA) program at Durham College. She has clinical experience working with the pediatric and neurological pulation, as well as a variety of orthopaedic clients. Being part of a diverse interdisciplinary team has helped shape Jill into a better clinician, as she loves to learn from other’s experience and gain insight as to how she can best help patients during their rehab. She is very excited to continue her path as a PTA, and she is looking forward to continuing to contribute to and advocate for the OTA/PTA profession in the future.
Sheila has been providing massage therapy to relieve pain and improve a sense of well-being for clients of all ages since 1994. During her many years as a massage therapist, she has become a clinical instructor, support therapist at a pain clinic, and an equine massage therapist. Most recently, Sheila’s continuing education activities have included learning more about brain injury, palliative care, mental health and addiction recovery. Sheila specializes in treating sports injuries, surgical rehabilitation, and stress related disorders. Life is too busy to be hindered by pain, book an appointment and find out how massage therapy can improve your performance.
Adele began her career working as a Legal Assistant in law firms in Toronto, later moving to Stouffville. Her active lifestyle and interest in physical injuries has led her to pursue working in the healthcare setting. After 7 years assisting motor vehicle and WSIB patients she continues to further assist patients in their recovery. In her free time, Adele enjoys time outdoors, travelling and spending time with family and friends.
The highly trained and experienced team will tailor care to fit your specific needs. The physiotherapists focus on treating issues related to chronic pain, as well as injuries from sport, motor vehicles, and the workplace. The physio team strives to deliver the highest quality care to attain the best possible outcomes. The goal is to help you regain the strength, function, and movement so you can enjoy a better quality of life.
Physio will help you in your path to recovery and well-being!
Registered Massage Therapists (RMTs), are subject to the training and competency requirements of the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. Stouffville Joint Venture’s RMTs do what they love most: helping you work through pain, injury, stress or any other condition. The goal is to help you relax, decrease tension, and feel better. Our massage therapists always go above and beyond to give you a tailor-made treatment to best suit your needs.
You deserve the gift of relaxation!
Stouffville Joint Venture Physiotherapy has a fully equipped fitness facility in a newly designed space. From cardio equipment, to free weights and cable machines, this facility has it all! The fitness gym has no members so it allows a personal and comfortable environment for physiotherapy clients only. We want you to feel welcome and not intimidated.
A healthier, more active life, starts here!
Prescribing exercise and activities to improve your functional abilities before surgery. The goal is to decrease your hospital length of stay, speed up your recovery and return to “normal” activities, and reduce surgical complications.
Recovering from surgery? Everyone can benefit from physio and a rehab program. Our therapists work collaboratively with your surgeon to decrease your pain, improve your mobility, restore your function and quality of life.
Therapeutic interventions that aims at treating patients who suffer from disorders that are neurological in nature. Neuro physiotherapy is not just one technique but rather a multitude of intervention techniques aimed at rehabilitating patients with very specific disorders and traumas.
Acupuncture is an evidence based therapeutic treatment that uses sterile, thin needles to attract blood flow to an injury site. Acupuncture decreases inflammation, promotes healing and improves nerve health.
Customized medical devices that are designed to align your foot and ankle in the optimal position. Orthotics work much like glasses do on your eyes – they reduce stress and strain on your body, decrease pain and improve tolerance to activities.
A brace specifically designed to suit your unique needs – a better fit, more comfort. Adding external support to your injury can decrease your pain during daily tasks and recreational activities. With a good assessment a brace can be highly effective.
Concussions and their longterm effects are one of the biggest challenges individuals face. Recovering from a concussion can be a difficult and frustrating time. Everyone is impacted differently and as such, requires an individualized care plan.
Our therapists have completed extra training and understand dizziness. Treatment depends on your assessment findings, but often involves hands-on techniques, head manoeuvres, an exercise program, or a combo of those strategies.
Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD) is commonly known as jaw pain. Trained therapists can help your pain and clicking by teaching you relaxation, stretching and strengthening exercises for the face, head, neck and postural muscles.
If you’re interested in seeing our team at Stouffville Joint Venture, please reach out. We are happily accepting new patients and look forward to guiding you on your path to recovery.
34 Civic Ave. Unit 3B, Whitchurch-Stouffville, ON