Meet Our Physiotherapists
We are a close-knit group of physiotherapists who are caring, knowledgeable, experienced, energetic, and fun. We take the time to listen to your concerns and guide you to full recovery.
Roger Cote, BScPT, CAFCI
I have a postgraduate degree in Physiotherapy from McMaster University and an undergrad degree from the University of Toronto.
I have been treating patients for more than 20 years and have experience working with many different types of injuries and conditions.
I was inspired to become a physiotherapist because I've always had a keen interest in sports since I was a child. Having been an athlete myself, playing basketball and football, and overcoming injuries with the help of physiotherapists inspired me to join the profession.
I’m interested in treating sports injuries, post-surgical patients, and everyday aches and pains. I have specialized post graduate training in Manual Therapy under the Orthopaedic division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and I’ve received my Part A Diploma in Manual and Manipulative therapy. I’m also certified in acupuncture under the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute for the treatment of musculoskeletal soft tissue injuries.
Parth Suthar, DPT, BHSc
I have Doctor of Physiotherapy degree from Bond University in Australia and an Honours Bachelor of Health Sciences with a major in Kinesiology from Ontario Tech University.
As a previous rugby player, football player and competitive powerlifter, I know how frustrating injury setbacks can be. As a physiotherapist enjoy working with individuals with varying fitness backgrounds. I engage and empower my patients to live a healthier lifestyle which will, in turn, ensure longevity and healthy hobbies. I promote an evidence based approach to treatment for various conditions, with the ultimate goal of returning individuals to their daily activities and routines.
I strongly believe manual therapy skills have value within the rehabilitation process in addition to a heavy focus on utilizing strengthening exercises. I have gained manual therapy skills from experts in Australia and New Zealand which I have utilized throughout my studies and professional career. I’m certified in dry needling through Evidence in Motion which I utilize in conjunction with manual therapies, cupping techniques and exercise prescription to help individuals with chronic and acute injuries.
In my personal time I am still focusing on powerlifting, I enjoy watching basketball, especially the Toronto Raptors and hiking. The most recent hike I completed was the Panorama Ridge.
Huaning Liu, MScPT, BSc
Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist
I have a Master of Applied Rehabilitation Science (Physiotherapy) degree from McGill University, and a Bachelor of Rehab Science from the same university.
After nearly 5 years of treating orthopaedic and pelvic floor patients, I decided to return to school to complete an additional Master’s Degree, on track to a PhD, at the University of Waterloo. My research focuses on helping people with osteoarthritis.
My two areas of interest that I'm passionate about in the clinic are orthopaedic (musculoskeletal) and pelvic floor conditions. I'm a lifelong learner and I have taken many post graduate courses in manual therapy and pelvic floor physiotherapy. More specifically, I have experience in treating urinary and anorectal incontinence, pelvic pain (such as vestibulodynia, vaginismus, cystitis, chronic pelvic pain, among others), and pelvic organ prolapse. I am one of the few physiotherapists in Ontario trained in pessary fitting.
In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my family and taking long, long, long…long walks.
Mira Toth, MScPT, BSc (Hons), CAFCI, GunnIMS
Physiotherapist, Clinic Director
Certified Spinal Manipulative Therapist, Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist, Certified Gunn IMS Practitioner Certified Acupuncture Practitioner
I have a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Alberta and an Honours Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Waterloo.
I specialize in treating and rehabilitation various conditions that affect bones, muscles, ligaments, and nervous tissue. My treatment philosophy is to address the primary cause of symptoms. I do this using a combination of advance manual and manipulative therapy, acupuncture, and intramuscular stimulation to restore normal joint and tissue mobility. This is followed by a targeted exercise program to restore function and minimize re-injury.
As a physiotherapist I can never stop learning. The science of physiotherapy is always changing and improving. There are always newer and better methods of treatment to get patients feeling better. I keep on top of the science so that I can provide an up to date health care experience for my patients. It is very important for me to continue my education with various post-graduate courses.
I have completed Advanced Orthopedic Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy as well as received certification in Medical Acupuncture (CAFCI). I'm certified in Intramuscular Stimulation (GunnIMS), a dry needling technique for individuals with chronic pain and long standing musculoskeletal problems. I am a Pelvic Floor physiotherapist and, I have completed training from the Running Clinic in the New Trends in the Prevention of Running Injuries.
My areas of special interest include orthopedic injuries, both spinal and peripheral, and sports injuries including running, hockey, gymnastics, and soccer, among others and pelvic floor physiotherapy.