At Generations Physiotherapy Centre, we believe a positive, fun and relaxing work environment is the key to success. Luckily we have an amazing team, all of which contribute towards making Generations Physiotherapy Centre the best place to heal!
My passion for being a part of helping individuals heal started about 20 years ago. I managed two successful rehabilitation centres for approximately 10 years and when it was time to move on I realized that this wonderful industry was deeply rooted in my heart.. I could not imagine doing anything else. My incredible husband and I took the plunge in 2008 and we are now celebrating 11 years in business. We are fortunate enough to operate within such an amazing community and we are proud to give back whenever possible. This year, along with a few trail blazing local businesses, we will hold our 4th annual movie under the stars event – a fundraiser in support of our local youth centres. We are also very proud corporate sponsors of the Georgetown Hospital Foundation and are involved in many other community initiatives. I live in Georgetown with my husband and two magical daughters.
Tanya is our office manager and the person behind the boisterous laugh that can be heard throughout the clinic! Tanya has many years of customer service skills including front-line as an airport rep for Signature Vacations to behind the scenes at Ontario Public Health. She began her journey with Generations Physiotherapy Centre as a patient when she broke her tib/fib in 2008. She joined the team in 2012 starting off as part-time admin while at home with her youngest. She joined the team full-time in September 2015 assisting patients in booking their appointments, helping the physiotherapists and some admin. When she is not at the clinic she is a very busy mom of 3, a boxer, a unique kitty and 2 frogs!
Alen is a Registered Physiotherapist who began working at Generations Physiotherapy Centre in March 2017. He practices using a manual therapy and exercise-based approach to patient care. At Generations Physiotherapy Centre, Alen sees a variety of orthopedic injuries, and believes in empowering his clients to reach their maximum potential, whether it be an improved quality of life or return to high-level sport.
Katarina graduated with a Master of Science in Physiotherapy from McMaster University in 2017. Since graduating from her program, Katarina has taken on numerous courses in manual therapy, soft tissue release, and taping. Katarina is committed to an evidence-based practice. Her treatment plans incorporate education, exercise prescription, manual therapy and modalities. In her spare time, Katarina enjoys running, hiking and strength training.
Upasana Grover is a Registered Physiotherapist and rostered in Acupuncture and Pelvic Health Physiotherapy with College of Physiotherapists of Ontario. She received her Bachelor of Science from McMaster University in 2011 and Master of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Toronto in 2013. Upasana is a strong believer in lifelong learning and has received many certifications in Pelvic Health allowing her to treat pregnancy related pain, bowel or bladder incontinence, urine urgency/frequency, constipation, pain during or after intercourse, post pregnancy recovery, prolapse and chronic back/pelvic pain. Upasana has a strong passion of working with women and wants to help them lead a good quality of life. She believes in treating the whole person instead of just focusing on the diagnosis. She is excited to be part of Generations Physiotherapy Centre and is looking forward to assist you on your road to recovery!
Aaron is a Registered Physiotherapist with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario. He uses a mixture of manual therapy, electrophysical agents, and tailored progressive exercise programs to facilitate an individual's rehabilitation and optimize their function. As a firm believer in lifelong education and evidence-based practice, Aaron has taken additional courses in manual therapy, acupuncture, and sport taping in order to enhance patient outcomes and improving quality of service. When he's not helping clients to achieve their rehabilitative goals, Aaron can often be found exploring the city, sprinting on the local track, or reading a good book.
Jessica has been working in the health and wellness field since 2001 enjoying many different roles. She started as a Registered Massage Therapist, became a Registered Acupuncturist and has also enjoyed being a Physiotherapy assistant. In 2001 Jessica graduated college and began her career as a Registered Massage Therapist. After experiencing pain in her first couple of years practicing massage, Jessica underwent acupuncture treatments for her growing shoulder and wrist pain. This was the one therapy that was effective and allowed her to continue treating others with massage therapy. In 2009 Jessica became certified in acupuncture and incorporated acupuncture into her practice. In 2015, her wrists said ‘No More Massaging’, at which point she made acupuncture her main focus. Jessica has a true love and desire for helping others enhance their wellbeing and live a more balanced and pain free lifestyle. Her main focus with acupuncture is pain reduction and increased healing of musculoskeletal conditions. She also treats headaches/migraines, digestive conditions and induction for labour. She has a loving and supportive husband and two daughters who keep her young at heart and active. If Jessica is not found at Generations Physiotherapy Centre, she is skiing with her family, going for bike rides in the ravine or finding a new recipe for dinner. Jessica is excited and thankful to be working at Generations Physiotherapy Centre with such an amazing team! Jessica is a member in good standing of the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario and the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario.
Pawel graduated from the Centennial College Massage Therapy program in 2009. He is an experienced massage therapist with seven years of professional practice under his belt. He has worked in a clinical setting throughout his career and treated a large variety of conditions and injuries. These include trauma and repetitive strain soft tissue injuries, postural dysfunction, chronic pain conditions, neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s and MS, fibromyalgia, prenatal conditions, arthritis, and other degenerative conditions as well as many other musculoskeletal ailments. In his years of practice, Pawel has cared for a wide range of clients of all ages, in many different careers and jobs, and all levels of physical activity. He has a holistic approach to treatment focusing on all aspects of each client rather than just the symptoms they present. He believes massage therapy is extremely helpful in preventing soft tissue injury and discomfort before they affect a person’s daily life.
Stephanie has been a Registered Massage Therapist since 2003 and a proud member of Generations Physiotherapy Centre since 2014. She also works as an examiner for the College of Massage Therapist of Ontario. In the time that she has outside of working she enjoys hiking, tobogganing and camping with her family.
Jamie’s career as a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) started with a passion for horses at the young age of ten. Over her teenage years, she dabbled with both training and competing horses. Out of high school, Jamie attended D’Arcy Lane Institute of Massage Therapy in London, ON and completed the Registered Equine Massage Therapy (REMT) program in 2009. This program of massaging horses opened her eyes to the world of massage. She decided to continue schooling and graduated as a Registered Massage Therapist for humans in 2011. She currently conducts her business for both human and equine massage therapy in Brampton, Georgetown and Caledon. When she’s not massaging or with her horse, Jamie can be found reading, hiking or playing baseball.
Danier is a Registered Massage Therapist, he graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy Toronto Campus in 2019. He had first realized the benefits of massage therapy after he would massage his own legs due to terrible knee pain from playing basketball, volleyball and softball. Myofascial release, trigger point release, deep tissue and relaxation are his go to styles of massage He has a passion for learning and striving to become a better massage therapist each day. On his spare time, you can find him reading, playing basketball or powerlifting in the gym.
Kelly graduated from Humber College Occupational Therapy Assistant and Physiotherapy Assistant program in 2014 and has been actively working as a PTA in the community ever since. She joined the Generations Physiotherapy Centre team in late August 2018. Kelly likes to spend her spare time soaking in live music or up north camping or hiking with her husband and their dog, Georgia.
Katie graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University with a degree in Honours Kinesiology in 2019. She joined the Generation Physiotherapy Centre team in April of 2019. Katie loves playing sports, hiking and climbing mountains. She likes to challenge herself and stay active. Katie also enjoys listening to country music and playing with her dog.
Louise is part of the office admin team and recognized mostly by her Scottish Accent. She comes from a background in customer service, sales and marketing. Louise joined the clinic part time in January of 2018 after spending 13 years at home raising her 2 children. She currently enjoys working in the community as part of the Canada Day Committee organizing the annual Parade and with local volunteers on the United Way House Tour during the Christmas season.
Hi everyone! My name is Riley, and I have been a proud member of the Generations family for almost 10 years...wow! I started at the clinic as a patient when I was 16, and was fortunate enough to join the staff shortly after my shoulder surgery recovery. I have been lucky enough to be trained as both a “Front Desk Coordinator” as well as “Physiotherapy Assistant” at the clinic, but generally you’ll see me up front chatting with clients, answering phones & billing.
I grew up in Georgetown, and went to university in Sudbury, at Laurentian where I studied Sport and Exercise Psychology. I continued onto Mohawk College to complete my post grad in Mental Health and Addictions, and I am currently completing a certificate in Disability Management.
Generations is a second home to me, and we can promise you will always be greeted with a smile, enjoy some laughs, and be welcomed into our family as one of our own.
Nikki will be going into Grade 11 this September 2020. She started as a volunteer early February 2018, and recently joined the team shortly after. Once she graduates she hopes to attend teacher’s college to become a high-school teacher. Her hobbies outside work and school consist of shopping and competitive dancing. When Nikki has some spare time, you can almost always find her hanging out with her friends or swimming in her Aunt Ola’s pool.
Hannah is currently a grade 12 student at Georgetown District High School. Hannah first started volunteering as a student at Generations Physiotherapy Centre, to gain experience within this field in July of 2019. She then joined team in September of 2019. Hannah aspires to go to school to obtain a Kinesiology degree and then become a physiotherapist. Hannah enjoys playing soccer, running, being outdoors and spending time with friends and family.