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Ajay Chauhan BSc (Physiotherapy)

Registered Physiotherapist

Ajay completed his bachelor’s degree in physiotherapy from Manipal University in India before moving to Oshawa where he received his Diploma in Fitness & Health Promotion at

Durham College. Ajay has completed a dry needling program through Acupuncture Canada and incorporates dry needling along with various manual therapy techniques in his treatments.  

His areas of interest are Neuromusculoskeletal rehabilitation and manual therapy. His approach towards therapy is remediation through education. He likes to incorporate targeted exercises and hands-on therapy techniques in his practice.

In his spare time, Ajay enjoys reading and going on long photo walks around the city with his camera.


Jason Nourry RMT

Registered Massage Therapist 

Jason graduated from Trillium college in 2011 and has since completed over 40 post graduate

education upgrades. His rehab-focused therapeutic approach combines deep tissue techniques,

soft tissue, myofascial release, athletic taping, therapeutic cupping and Neurostimulation

microcurrent point stimulation along with with a customized exercise program to help you achieve

your personal goals quicker.

Jason treats a wide range of chronic and acute injury such as neck, shoulder and low back pain,

sciatica, golfer's/tennis elbow, and various joint pains (hip, ankle, knee, TMJ and SI joint).

Jason is registered with both the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario and Registered

Massage Therapists' Association of Ontario.


Jafar Abdul MSc, MPT (Musculoskeletal)

Registered Physiotherapist and Clinic Director  


Jafar graduated from Hamdard University, New Delhi, India with a Master of Physiotherapy specializing in musculoskeletal in 2003 and has worked in both clinical and teaching side. After moving to Canada, he studied M.Sc Rehabilitation Science at Queen's University in 2009. He has extensive training in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. His continuing education coursework includes dry needling, spine manual therapy and concussion management. In his holistic approach, he combines these hands-on methods with customized exercises to provide individualized one-on-one care for each patient.

Latif Khoja PT, CAFCI, BSc, MSc

Registered Physiotherapist and Clinic Director

Latif completed BSc (Physiotherapy) at University of Karachi before moving to Kingston where he completed an MSc (Rehabilitation Science) from Queen's University.  ​

Latif has taken various continuing education courses in manual therapy, spinal and joint manipulation, acupuncture, dry needling, intramuscular stimulation (IMS), taping, soft tissue release, balance and mobility tests for older adults, Mulligan's Concept - Mobilizations with Movement therapy, Lyn Watson shoulder specialization course, concussion assessment and rehabilitation, and running assessment. Besides clinical practice, Latif has been involved in various research projects on osteoarthritis, gait analysis, strength training, electromyography (EMG), dementia and Alzheimer's disease.

Latif is also associated with Queen's University as an Adjunct 1 Faculty/ Clinical Instructor in the MSc Physiotherapy Program.

In his spare time, Latif enjoys reading and playing badminton. 

Sara James PTA

Physiotherapy Assistant and Clinic Coordinator 

Sara graduated from Kingston Learning Centre College in 2014 as a Physiotherapy Assistant (PTA) and Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA). She works as Clinic coordinator and Physiotherapy assistant. Sara likes seeing patients progress with range of motion and improvements in pain management, and regaining there independence. She finds it very rewarding and gratifying job.

In her spare time she enjoys being with family and friends, and working on her home. 

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