Bloor Park Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation

Clinic Location

Bloor Park Physiotherapy Clinic

726 Bloor St W unit 209, Toronto, ON M6G 4A1

Clinic Hours

Monday
7:00AM – 7:00PM
Tuesday
7:00AM – 7:00PM
Wednesday
7:00AM – 7:00PM
Thursday
7:00AM – 7:00PM
Friday
7:00AM – 3:00PM
Saturday
9:00AM – 4:00PM
Sunday
CLOSED

Bloor Park Physiotherapy Team

Dan Nightingale

Dan Nightingale

Registered Physiotherapist

Daniel graduated from the University of Toronto in 2010, receiving his Master's of Science in Physical Therapy. Prior to attending the University of Toronto, he graduated from York University with an Honour's degree in Kinesiology. Dan's approach is multi-modal and he provides his patients with the proper education to not only treat their injury but also prevent future re-occurrence.

Landyn Quigley

Landyn Quigley

Resident Physiotherapist

Landyn earned his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and a Master of Fitness Science from York University. After working as an exercise physiologist, personal trainer, and lifestyle coach, he decided to further his education by completing his Master of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Toronto.

Trevor Rice

Trevor Rice

Registered Physiotherapist

Trevor is a Registered Physiotherapy Resident through the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario. He is passionate about understanding each patient individually in order to provide a tailored approach that will meet their needs to get them back to their peak physical ability

Charles Azulay

Charles Azulay

Registered Massage Therapist

Charles is a Massage Therapist registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario and a member of the Registered Massage Therapist Association of Ontario. As a Singer/Actor/Dancer, Charles understands the importance of massage in the treatment of pain and injury.

Lewis Ly

Lewis Ly

Registered Massage Therapist

Lewis is a licensed massage therapist who is motivated on delivering exceptional services for his clients. He graduated from ICT Kikkawa College for Massage Therapy. Lewis is trained in hydrotherapy, deep tissue massage, trigger points, Swedish massage, myofascial release and basic Manual Lymphatic Drainage.

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Dan Nightingale

Daniel graduated from the University of Toronto in 2010, receiving his Master's of Science in Physical Therapy. Prior to attending the University of Toronto, he graduated from York University with an Honour's degree in Kinesiology. He has experience treating a variety of orthopedic conditions from low back pain to sport specific injuries and believes the combination of manual therapy and active exercise programs lead to optimal patient outcomes. His approach is multi-modal and he provides his patients with the proper education to not only treat their injury but also prevent future re-occurrence. Continuing education and evidence based best practice is an ongoing commitment to Daniel. He is completing his credentials towards the Diploma of Advanced Orthopedic Manual and Manipulative Therapy through the Orthopedic Division of the CPA. He has also completed courses in Functional Dry Needling, the Mckenzie Method, Mulligan, Neurokinetic Therapy as well Levels 1 and 2 from the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute.

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Landyn Quigley

Landyn earned his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and a Master of Fitness Science from York University. After working as an exercise physiologist, personal trainer, and lifestyle coach, he decided to further his education by completing his Master of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Toronto. Landyn has been fortunate to experience working with an array of amazing people. From pediatrics to geriatrics, those who are critically ill to professional athletes. He believes in fostering a strong therapeutic bond with each of his patients and guiding them to achieving their personal goals, while most importantly facilitating their return to the activities they love with strength and confidence. Landyn understands that health, injury, and pain are complex puzzles influenced by a multitude of factors. For this reason, he takes a comprehensive and holistic approach when both assessing and treating. He’s an advocate of the notion “movement is medicine” and empowers patients to take an active approach in their physical therapy. As a result, therapeutic exercise, patient education and lifestyle coaching constitute his treating method, while supplementing with soft tissue and manual based techniques. Outside of the clinic, you can expect to find him practicing calisthenics and strength training at the gym, running throughout the city, and dancing up a storm on a Friday night. He also loves cooking, jamming out to music and playing guitar.

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Trevor Rice

Trevor is a Registered Physiotherapy Resident through the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario. He is passionate about understanding each patient individually in order to provide a tailored approach that will meet their needs to get them back to their peak physical ability. His passion for movement and the human body began as he was completing his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at McMaster University, where he spent time working as a student therapist for several varsity teams. It was working one-on-one with athletes that provided the inspiration to continue pursuing an education in rehabilitation at Queen's University's Masters of Science in Physiotherapy. His broad athletic background has directed his practice to focus on individualized exercise programs to improve strength and muscular activation.

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Charles Azulay

Charles is a Massage Therapist registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario and a member of the Registered Massage Therapist Association of Ontario. Charles graduated from the Everest College Massage Therapy Program, and continues to enhance his education with courses in Acupuncture and Remedial exercise. As a Singer/Actor/Dancer, he understands the importance of massage in the treatment of pain and injury.

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Lewis Ly

Lewis is a licensed massage therapist who is motivated on delivering exceptional services for his clients. He graduated from ICT Kikkawa College for Massage Therapy. During his time at Kikkawa Teaching Clinic, Lewis has treated a variety of people in all shapes and sizes and all kinds of health conditions from sports injuries to neurological conditions. Lewis is trained in hydrotherapy, deep tissue massage, trigger points, Swedish massage, myofascial release and basic Manual Lymphatic Drainage. On his down time, Lewis prefers to stay active. He enjoys running and also loves to spend time at his local boxing gym to working out and to improve his skills in the ring. As much as he likes to stay active, Lewis knows the importance of rest and recovery and how much of a difference it can make to prevent injuries and speeding up recovery. From customized treatment plans to relaxation massages, Lewis will assess, prevent, rehabilitate, or soothe your musculoskeletal conditions to the best of his ability.