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Marla Pichler, B.Sc., R. PT | Physiotherapist, Toronto

Marla graduated from the faculty of Physiotherapy at the University of Toronto in 1982. She completed all her manual therapy post-graduate courses and is active in Sports Physiotherapy Canada (Ontario Division). Marla was named as physiotherapist to the Canadian Medical Team at the Sarajevo Olympic Games in 1984 and the Calgary Olympic Games in 1988. She worked individually with a Swiss Skater at the Vancouver Olympic Games in 2010 and has had the opportunity to work internationally in the field of Sports Medicine (Switzerland, Italy, and France). Marla is currently the medical co-ordinator for the professional figure skating show Stars on Ice and the director of Dancer Health and Wellness at the National Ballet of Canada.



Julie Rabnett| Physiotherapist, Toronto

Julie grew up in Toronto and spent most of her childhood competitively ski racing, and eventually went on to ski at an international level for the Canadian Alpine Ski Team. Skiing ultimately brought her out west where she graduated with a Bachelors of Kinesiology from the University of Calgary in 2008 and then went on to complete her Masters of Physiotherapy from the University of Alberta in 2012.  Since then, Julie has gone on to complete further training in acupuncture and functional dry needling, and is working towards completing her Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy.  Julie has extensive experience working alongside orthopaedic surgeons in the management and rehabilitation of knee injuries and joint replacements. Julie enjoys treating all injuries with a focus on functional movement, manual therapy and exercise prescription.  

When Julie is not in the clinic treating patients, she is traveling to different corners of the world with the Canadian Para-Alpine Ski Team, where she was a team member at the 2014 Sochi Paralympics as one of their staff physiotherapists. 

Julie spends her free time running the trails around the city and recovering on her yoga mat. 


Ryan Sellan| Physiotherapist, Toronto

Ryan graduated from Western University with a Bachelor of Medical Science in Physiology in before going on to complete his Master of Science degree in Physiotherapy at The University of Toronto. Ryan has experience working in various settings, primarily treating individuals with sports injuries and other orthopaedic conditions. Ryan has taken courses in acupuncture and is currently working towards completing his Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy. His treatment philosophy focuses on manual therapy, education and exercise prescription, supplemented by the use of tape and other modalities. Ryan has a passion for all sports and is actively involved in basketball, flag football, volleyball, golf, running, and resistance training. 


Erin Silverstein| Physiotherapist, Toronto 

Erin graduated from the University of Toronto with a Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy. Prior to pursuing her physiotherapy education, she completed her Master of Fitness Science at York University and Bachelor of Arts Honours Specialization in Kinesiology at the University of Western Ontario. She is committed to furthering her education and has completed post-graduate courses in taping and soft tissue release. Erin has a passion for sport and physical activity. She spent several summers working as a swim instructor at an overnight camp for children and currently participates in several recreational sports including running, yoga and fitness classes.  


imageStephen West| Physiotherapist, Toronto

 Steve graduated with a Baccalaureate in Science, in Human Kinetics from the University Ottawa, before completing his Masters of Physical Therapy in 2012 from the University of Western, Ontario. He has recently returned from working as a physiotherapist in New Zealand, and is excited to continue furthering his education, especially in manual therapy, now that he is home. Steve has completed workshops in acupuncture, dry needling, soft tissue release and manual therapy. He has experience working with rugby teams, football teams and treating a variety of sports injuries and musculoskeletal conditions. Steve has a passion for travelling, and continues to stay active by playing hockey, volleyball, ultimate frisbee, golf, snowboarding and running. 

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