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Jasfe B. Llapitan
Dr. Uravi Shah
Victoria graduated with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy degree from the University of Toronto. Prior to this, she completed an Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from McMaster University with Provost distinction. She is passionate about orthopaedic physical therapy and enjoys collaborating with patients to reach their goals through the use of education, individualized exercise programs, and manual therapy. She is an avid life-long learner and has taken courses on soft tissue release, K-taping therapy, and has completed Level 1 of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association’s Orthopaedic Division courses. She plans to progress through further advanced manual therapy levels and continues to explore other educational opportunities to better serve her patients. She also has an interest in neurological physical therapy and has completed a course on Bobath perspectives and clinical application.
In her spare time, Victoria enjoys fitness and weight training and has a background in ballet, having danced for 15 years herself. Through ballet, she has had opportunities to provide assessment, mentorship, and feedback to other dancers on their technique. This experience has given her an eye for detail and a passion for analysis of human movement.
Dr. Uravi Shah completed her Doctor of Chiropractic at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in June of 2012. While in her fourth year at CMCC, she also completed her certification in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture from McMaster University. Since graduating, she has had a fulfilling career of treating patients of all ages and assisting them in resolving a multitude of physical injuries/complaints. Having battled with migraines for most of her life, she was drawn to pursue chiropractic as a means of helping those suffering from chronic headaches in the same way that chiropractic has helped her. Prior to entering CMCC, Dr. Shah attended McMaster
University where she completed her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with Honours. While at McMaster, she received a scholarship to volunteer and assist at a pediatric facility in India.
She practices diversified chiropractic and employs a variety of soft tissue techniques, modalities, kinesiotaping, cupping therapy, acupuncture and exercise prescription as adjuncts within her therapeutic protocols. She also continuously strives to expand her knowledge within her field through additional courses, literature and experience. In her free time, Uravi enjoys dancing, weight training and reading.
Dr. Hoda Motazedi graduated from York University in 2004 obtaining an honors bachelor degree in Biology. She then went on to pursuing a career in Nuclear Science and Radiation at University of Ontario Institute of Technology and soon after graduation started working at Ontario Power Generation. While in school she was actively involved in patient care and was working at a Diabetic Wound Care Unit at North York General Hospital in Toronto. She was assisting the medical team in performing minor surgical procedures and post-surgical would cleaning and healing procedures. She would encourage patients to develop self-management skills that would improve their health status and quality of life to reduce risk of diabetes related complications. Understanding the pain a patient undergoes in the struggle to acquire a healthy mind, body and soul in that period of time became a source of motivation for her to pursue Chiropractic Medicine to help patients towards improving their health and lifestyle. She graduated from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2014.
Dr. Motazedi diagnosis and treats Neuro-musculoskeletal conditions using evidence based Chiropractic care with a wellness approach to help patients recover. Her treatments are tailored using a unique blend of options involving Chiropractic adjustments, Soft Tissue Therapy, Joint mobilization, Acupuncture, pain and healing modalities & personalized and progressive therapeutic exercises and rehab programs. She loves to educate her patients suffering from chronic pain and co-morbidities with lifestyle management and encouraging them to take an active role in their treatment to prevent future recurrences of pain and injury.
Physiotherapist / Clinic Manager
Jasfe is a foreign trained Physiotherapist from the Philippines. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Physical therapy from Mariano Marcos State University in 2001. She has been practicing in Canada since 2010. Since then, she has been busy taking some courses with the Mckenzie Institute International Center for Postgraduate Study in Mckenzie Method (MDT), Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy. The method is a system of evaluating and treating the Spine as well as extremities developed by Robin Mckenzie, and is being practiced extensively throughout the world. She also took introduction to acupuncture course recently. Jasfe has been treating all age groups with musculoskeletal conditions especially low back pain and neck pain, sports injuries and repetitive strain injuries. She believes in correctly understanding and arriving at the right diagnosis before treating her patients. Her treatment involves manual therapy, appropriate exercises, patient education and use of certain modalities if needed. She has a wide experience with treating and handling private patients, MVA’s and WSIB clienteles. Jasfe is constantly taking courses to further her knowledge and skills in order to attain the best quality of patient care possible.
On her free time, she likes to do jogging and bicycling with her family. She also practice yoga and working out with her favorite DVD. Jasfe is also a member of Philippine Working Group (PWG) International Center for Disability and Rehabilitation (ICDR) affiliated with University Of Toronto. She is also a co- founder of the Society of Physiotherapist with a Foreign Credentials (SPFC) which is a non-profit organization, helping those foreign trained PT’s obtain their Independent practice in Canada.
Jasfe looks forward to meeting patients and helping them achieve their goals.