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Xiuwen (Kevin) was the first Chinese International Graduate from Centennial College and has been a Registered Massage Therapist since 2015. He has worked in several venues, including high-end spas and rehabilitation clinics, providing relaxation, deep tissue, and Shiatsu related massage therapy.
As a result of his work over the years with various therapists, doctors and specialists, Kevin believes that each client’s massage needs are unique and therefore may each require a specialized type of massage using different modalities and techniques. The best way to help a client is by selecting the right type of massage. Kevin is also an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner, and specializes in helping clients manage neck, back, hip, and limb pain caused by nerve impingement. Kevin incorporates his Osteopathic education and training within his massage treatments for a complete holistic approach.
Harper is a third-year Bachelor of Science student at the University of Guelph studying Human Kinetics. She has aspirations to pursue physiotherapy as a profession and enjoys the fast-paced environment of a clinic. She appreciates that the administrative side of a clinical setting is equally as important as the treatment side.
Harper’s passion for physiotherapy stems from her many years of competitive ice hockey, softball and lacrosse, where she spent many hours receiving treatment for various sports injuries.
Harper is happy to answer client’s questions regarding the benefits of the various treatments offered at Ultimate Health Clinic, and strives to help clients find the option that best fits their needs.
Ali Reza Khadem Haghighi, also known as “Ali Haghighi”, is both a Registered Osteopathic Manual Practitioner and a Registered Trigenics Practitioner. Ali is proud to be The Chair of Inquiries, Complaints and Reports (ICR) at the College of Registered Manual Osteopaths. He is also a member of the Osteopathy Chronic Pain Clinics of Canada.
Ali started his professional medical career with Massage Therapy in 2011 at the Wellspring College of Massage Therapy and Alternative Medicine. In 2012 he then began to study for an Osteopathy and Acupuncture Diploma as well. Ali quickly fell in love with the Osteopathic Treatment, as he saw first-hand the power it has to change people’s lives in such a positive way. To further improve his knowledge and experience, Ali continued to study in this field and in 2017 he graduated as a DOMP from the National Academy of Osteopathy (NAO). He once again continued to study in the B.SC (Ost) and Doctor of Osteopathy program at the National University of Medical Sciences of Spain. In 2020 Ali received his Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) Degree.
Ali’s practice focuses on the core philosophy of Osteopathy by treating the structural and functional imbalances in the body that may commonly present as pain and/or discomfort. His primary interests include the treatment of functional acute and chronic pain disorders, as well as obstetrics and pediatrics.
Why does Ali love and believe in Osteopathy so much? Because Osteopathy is a professional and unique system of manual hands-on therapy which is gentle, safe and effective. This is a holistic and drug free therapy, which primarily focuses on the treatment of the musculoskeletal system (muscles, joints, fascia, and ligaments), the central nervous system, and the organs of the body. These unique concepts of Osteopathy are significant. As a result, it is quickly becoming one of most popular treatment options for pain relief and management.
Ali uses a variety of techniques in his treatments including Muscle Energy Techniques, Mobilization, Cranial Osteopathy, Soft Tissue Therapy Techniques, Visceral Manipulation Techniques, Myofascial Release, and Exercise Prescription. A combination of these will not only ease pain but will also help improve the function and alignment of the various tissues of the body (organs, muscles, bones, ligaments, circulatory/nervous system, general health). He believes that given the right conditions and tools, the body has an amazing ability to heal itself. The role of the Osteopathic Practitioner is to perfect the art of listening to the body and to support it where it is trying hardest to correct itself. Ali’s goal is to give his clients relief as quick and efficient as possible.
Chelsea is the full-time Medical Office Administrator at Ultimate Health Clinic. After being a stay-at-home mom for a few years, Chelsea decided it was time to go back to school and do something for herself. She has always had an interest in the medical field and helping people. Chelsea graduated from Everest College in 2014 (with honours) from the Medical Office Administrator program.
Chelsea is highly proficient in computer skills and is excellent at multitasking and problem-solving. She is committed to making sure the clinic is organized and runs smoothly. Chelsea is passionate about healthcare and ensuring that everyone feels comfortable and welcome.
“Reflexology is a natural, gentle way to release toxins from your body. It is a wholistic energy-based modality.”
Curiosity motivated Anita to join the Ontario College of Reflexology in 2004. It did not take long for fascination and excitement to inspire Anita to become Certified and a Registered Reflexologist Practitioner (RRP’r) with the Reflexology Registration Council of Ontario.
Anita remembers as a child back home in Fiji her mom massaging her feet and dousing warm coconut oil onto her scalp and hair. She remembers it feeling amazing and keeping her healthy and strong. Anita believes in Reflexology, and its natural powers to bring the body back into homeostasis by treating clients physical, mental & spiritual matters.
Anita’s passion to watch her patients come back to healthy state inspired her to obtain certificates in Hot Stone Reflexology, Pregnancy Reflexology, Facial Reflexology and Indian Head Massage.
On her spare time, Anita enjoys spending quality time with family and friends, crocheting and donating chemo caps for the cancer patients at Southlake Regional Hospital, charity work, and showing kindness, respect and love to everyone she knows and meets.
Jin has been studying at Toronto School of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TSTCM) for many years and graduating of the Advanced TCM Diploma Program. She is Registered Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner and Acupuncturist (R.TCMP & R.Ac) with College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario (CTCMPAO). Jin has a passion for the holistic approach of Chinese Medicine, taking into account individual physical, emotional, psychological, lifestyle and nutritional needs.
She believes that teamwork between a client and a practitioner is the most important factor in successful treatment. Not only do she understands people in both physical and emotional ways, but also knows how to treat people with love. She can treat chronic pain relief – neck, shoulder and lower back pain- as well as in the treatment of anxiety, insomnia, depression, emotional issues, stress reduction and gynecological problems-infertility, menstrual problems, IVF and menopause symptoms.
Cindy graduated from Royal Canadian College of Massage Therapy in 2016. Her past education includes studies in chemical pharmaceutical technology and Kinesiology.
She has a passion of studying in a heath-care field. By integrating the scientific knowledge with natural and traditional approaches, she is committed to work with you to help you put your body back to a balance state of health and wellness. Cindy specializes in treatment-oriented massage, trigger point therapy, myofascial release and acupressure. She uses different techniques incorporated into Swedish massage to relieve troubled areas and help encourage optimal health.
Cherry is a member of the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. She graduated with a massage therapy diploma. She always listens to the client and assesses the root cause of the pain and prepares a unique treatment plan for each patient. Cherry combines TCM Tui Na technique and various other techniques to help clients release pain in the most efficient way.
Cherry specializes in treatments for over-used muscle injuries, chronic muscle pain, sport injuries and pre-natal/post-natal massage care. She performs modalities such as Swedish massage, Tui Na massage and hot stone massage.
Cherry treats clients in a friendly and professional manner. She is also constantly striving to learn more through continued education.
Nicole has been an enthusiastic and dedicated massage therapist since 2004. She is committed to helping you meet your goals, whether to restore your body to function, manage chronic pain, or renew yourself through relaxation.
As well as utilizing classic Swedish and deep tissue techniques, Nicole has taken courses in Prenatal Massage, Hot Stone and Aromatherapy to name a few. In future she will continue to add new skills.
For Nicole, massage therapy blends one-on-one relationship with hands on care within a holistic approach for your wellness journey.
Juliana’s passion is helping people, which prompted her career as a massage therapist. She has 2000 hours of training with Medix College and her specialties include Swedish massage, myofascial release, trigger point therapy and deep relaxation techniques. Combining these different techniques makes for a relaxing, yet effective massage in relieving tight muscles from every day use or injuries from overuse.
Juliana is very excited to continue her massage education by adding other modalities and techniques to her range of abilities. At the end of the day she finds such fulfillment knowing she has made a difference in helping her clients feel better.
Anastasia graduated from ICT Kikkawa College in 1997 and has been a member of good standing with the CMTO ever since. She has been applying her skills for the last 21 years and as a massage therapist, and offers relaxation-based treatments, Deep tissue treatments, Active-release technique, Hot Stone Therapy, Trigger Point Therapy, Sport massage, and Prenatal & Postnatal massage. She loves to blend a variety of techniques to bring relief from discomfort and to foster relaxation and healing.
Anastasia also completed her 3 levels of Reiki certification during her Massage Therapy training and became a Reiki Master and Therapist. Over the years, her enchantment with vibrational healing has brought her to many gifted mentors and teachers including the world-renowned Dr. Sharon Forrest where she studied cutting edge techniques and gained expertise in the fields of Energy Medicine & Psychology, Quantum Neuroscience, Epigenetics and Body/Mind Medicine.
Anastasia is passionate about living her own life with a healthy balanced work/play lifestyle, and brings inspiration to her clients to create their own unique wellness journey to achieving their perfect life balance and maintain their healthiness.
Anastasia believes that energetic imbalances within the body cause it to vibrate at a lower frequency and brings this approach to all her Massage Therapy and Energy based treatments by focusing on raising her clients’ energetic signature in ways that her intuition guides her.
Carina is a Graduate from the Georgian College Massage Therapy Program. Through out her time at Georgian she was able to gain experience in wellness and therapeutic massage. Some of the areas she is familiar with include pregnancy, sports, fibromyalgia, inflammatory arthritides, geriatrics, complex care, and palliative care. Carina is passionate about living a healthy lifestyle and her top priority is the health and wellbeing of her patients!
Yalda is a RMT and a graduate of the Massage Therapy program at Wellspring College in 2013. She is registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario and is a member of the Registered Massage Therapist’s Association of Ontario (RMTAO).
Since then Yalda has expanded on her treatment skills which include, Deep tissue massage, Trigger point therapy, myofascial release therapy, Hot stone massage, Indian head massage, Cupping Therapy, Infant massage training, and K taping.
Yalda focuses on the provision of massage treatment to treat sports injuries, as well as chronic pain and stiffness, treatment for tension headaches, frozen shoulder, sciatica and lower back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis/golfer elbow, knee and ankle sprains, muscle strains, TMJ pain, plantar fasciitis, migraines and tension headaches and many more.
If you’re looking to relax, or need a therapeutic massage treatment, Yalda can adjust your therapy session to your needs.
Dr. Hera Khayyam is a graduate of the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC). She treats many musculoskeletal disorders, with a focus on headaches, neck pain, and low back pain. She has previous experience working with clients both as a chiropractor and personal trainer for conditions such as fibromyalgia, rheumatic disorders, cardiac issues, and pregnancy-based pelvic pain.
Due to the lifestyle changes she has seen as a result, she applies an exercise-based approach to supplement the care of her patients. She is a firm believer of empowering her patients to be an active participant in their healthcare experience.
Mina has been a registered physiotherapist since 2017. He is a graduate of physiotherapy equivalency program, McGill University. Mina has obtained his bachelor degree of Physiotherapy from Cairo University, Egypt. He completed Level 1, Level 2 upper and lower Quadrant manual therapy courses with Canadian Physiotherapy Association – Orthodiv. He is in process of taking the remaining levels in order to become a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physical Therapists (FCAMPT).
In addition to his manual therapy courses, he has completed McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy – Part A: The Lumbar Spine.
Mina has been able to explore different aspects of musculoskeletal rehabilitation having worked in private orthopedic clinics for eight years before coming to Canada. For the past years he was at a specialized clinic in Toronto where he had the opportunity to work with the general population as well as a number of athletes including marathoners, soccer/hockey players, professional boxers and MMA/UFC fighters.
Mina has found his best outcomes result from treatment focused on education and exercise, often augmented with manual therapy and electrotherapy modalities.
In his spare time, Mina enjoys staying active with strength and conditioning training, as well as playing soccer and running.
Having already made his impression in the field of rehabilitation with his progressive and open-minded methodology, Mina is looking forward to being an impact player with the Ultimate Health team.
Gelareh graduated with Specialized Honours in Kinesiology from York University in 2016. She then pursued her education obtaining a Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practitioner from Toronto. Gelareh is a member of Osteopathy Chronic Pain Clinics of Canada (OCPCC) as well as Alliance Canadienne Médecine Alternative association (ACMA) and registered with College of Registered Manual Osteopaths of Canada (CRMO). She also recently graduated as a Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) from Spain.
Why does Gloria love to be a Manual Osteopath? “I love that I get the chance to meet new people and to help them achieve their goals; whether it’s a sport or job-related or with daily activities. It’s a special feeling when your patients trust you with their care.”
Presently, Gelareh will only be treating patients 9 years old and older. She is also not treating pregnant women.
Kaveh started physiotherapy in 2009 in Iran. He treated different types of patients with sports injuries, post-operation rehabilitation, knee and shoulder pain, with main interest in spine specifically treating neck and low back pain. Having interest in manual therapy, motivated him to study Osteopathy at the National Academy of Osteopathy in Canada. He believes that combinations of physiotherapy and osteopathy hands-on techniques can be remarkably effective in treating patients.
Kaveh likes to learn and he is willing to join different courses to learn more about craniosacral therapy, McKenzie techniques and Trigenics.
Jacinda has been working in health care for over 20 years. Her caring nature ensures all patients receive the care they need to heal. She is trained in Manual Osteopathy, Acupuncture and Yoga Therapy. Jacinda uses a combination of these therapies to treat a wide variety of conditions and injuries, including sports injuries, repetitive strain injuries, chronic pain, post-surgical, postpartum conditions, injuries caused by motor vehicle accidents (whiplash and concussions), and other common conditions.
Jacinda wrote her thesis on the Geriatric Patient and the positive outcome Osteopathy has on this population. A recent article she wrote, Osteopathy Helps Mom and Baby was featured in the Healthy Living Magazine.