Jason is clinic director and co-owner at Trilogy Physiotherapy. He brings years of experience from various sports and orthopaedic clinics in the GTA. Jason graduated with dual Bachelor degrees in Physical & Health Education and Biology from Queen’s University. From there, he completed a Master of Science Physical Therapy degree, also from Queen’s. He is also licensed and registered with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario, the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, and the Ontario Physiotherapy Association with a special interest in orthopedic and sports medicine. Jason has furthered his skills by completing post-graduate courses in medical acupuncture, integrated dry needling, and manual therapy. He has obtained his Advanced Diploma of Manual and Manipulative Therapy and is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT). Additionally, he has taken courses in therapeutic taping and myofascial release, is a certified personal trainer, and is a mentor to physiotherapists completing the manual therapy program.
Jason uses a combination of manual therapy techniques, acupuncture, prescriptive exercise and patient education to properly assess his patients and meet their specific needs and goals. His personal background and experience with a wide range of sports and orthopedic injuries allow him to successfully treat a variety of patients ranging from the desk jockey to the serious athlete.
Rochelle completed her Master's in Physiotherapy at the University of Toronto. She is a strong believer in life-long learning which led her to complete her Advanced Diploma in Manual and Manipulative Therapy, and is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT). She has also furthered her training in medical acupuncture, golf rehab and McKenzie treatment techniques. She specializes in orthopaedics and musculoskeletal conditions.
Rochelle’s assessment and treatments philosophies include involvement of patient goal setting, and developing a treatment plan based on what you want to achieve. She incorporates manual hands-on therapy, therapeutic exercises and ensuring patients understand their condition and expectations to get them moving again.
Eric completed his Bachelor of Kinesiology with Honours at McMaster University and then graduated from the University of Alberta in 2009 with a Master's in Physical Therapy. Eric then completed his Fellowship in Manipulative Physiotherapy. This is the highest level of post-graduate orthopaedic physiotherapy training internationally.
He has also completed vestibular courses and has a special interest in treating conditions related to dizziness and vertigo. Eric has been a lab instructor at the McMaster University Physiotherapy program and is a senior instructor at the McMaster Contemporary Acupuncture program.
Eric enjoys working with athletes. He had worked extensively as an athletic trainer during his time at McMaster, working with the football, lacrosse, and swim teams. He was also a consulting physiotherapist with the Canadian National Basketball team.
Mohammad completed his Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from University of Alberta, and acupuncture training through Acupuncture Canada institute and is trained in Mulligan manual therapy. Currently, he is working towards his Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) through Evidence in Motion. Mohammad has also worked extensively with men’s rugby, bantam and junior hockey, junior lacrosse and men’s varsity basketball teams.
Mohammad’s treatment approach focuses on evidence based, patient centered approach through corrective active movement augmented by manual therapy and acupuncture. He believes that targeted prescribed exercise and education are key in recovering from any injury. This allows patients to be in control of their recovery which allows for optimal results and early recovery.