Payam Ramesh, RMT
Payam has over fourteen years of experience providing therapy in private & public clinics and hospitals. He offers expertise in working with athletes as well as pre/post surgical orthopaedic patients of all ages with a variety of joint, muscle and mobility issues. Payam has up to date knowledge of different types of treatments protocols and procedures to manage a variety of injury and disability cases. He has excellent skills in joint mobilization, Myofascial release and Neuro mobilization techniques.
Susan is a 2007 graduate of the Master of Physiotherapy program at the University of Toronto. Over the the past ten years, Susan has worked at various private practice clinics around Toronto, Australia, and New Zealand. She has also kept busy evolving her skills with courses in manual therapy, acupuncture, Nordic Pole Walking and Pilates. She regularly incorporates Pilates exercises into her treatment, believing in the value they bring to posture, strength, body awareness, and flexibility. Susan also strongly believes that understanding her client's goals is essential for a successful treatment outcome.
Away from the clinic, Susan is always planning her next trip, outdoor adventure or photography project. You may also find her playing Australian Rules Football, surfing, paddle-boarding, shooting hoops or trail running.
Susan Czyzo, PT
Adrienne Murawiecki, PT
Adrienne Murawiecki graduated from the Masters of Physiotherapy Program at the University of Toronto in 2008. She has since studied acupuncture, manual therapy, and sports physiotherapy, and is certified in Gunn IMS. She has worked in four private practice clinics and one hospital, gaining experience across the spectrum of physiotherapy care. Her work with the Men's Junior National Wheelchair Basketball Team has given her experience working and travelling with professional athletes. She also provides first responder coverage for gymnastics and figure skating events.
Prior to her education in physiotherapy, Adrienne was a professional dance artist with a fine arts degree from the Ryerson Dance Program. Moving into the field of physiotherapy was a natural step; injuries provided experiences and admiration for the profession from the perspective of a client. Adrienne aims to help her patients better understand their injury so that they are on board as a part of rehabilitation process.