Preferred Rehab Physiotherapy – Orthopaedic Centre

Preferred Rehab Physiotherapy – Orthopaedic Centre

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310 Limeridge Road West.  Suite 3, Hamilton, ON L9C 2V2

Clinic Hours

Monday
9:00AM – 7:00PM
Tuesday
9:00AM – 7:00PM
Wednesday
8:00AM – 1:00PM
Thursday
9:00AM – 7:00PM
Friday
8:00AM – 1:00PM
Saturday
CLOSED
Sunday
CLOSED

Services Offered

Preferred Rehab Physiotherapy – Orthopaedic Centre Team

Ryan Longley

Ryan Longley

Physiotherapist

Ryan graduated from Queen’s University in Kingston with his Masters of Physical Therapy in 2014. Prior to this, he studied Kinesiology at The University of Western Ontario. Ryan was born and raised in London, Ontario and now lives in Hamilton. He has pursued additional courses and training in manual therapy, lumbar and thoracic spine manipulations, therapeutic taping and contemporary medical acupuncture.

Darryl Yardley

Darryl Yardley

Consulting Physiotherapist

Darryl graduated from the University of Toronto in with a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy. He later completed a Master’s in Clinical Science at Western University and became a fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physical Therapists. He is a consultant for orthopaedic and neurosurgeons and has a special interest in hip and spine.

Dr. Matthew Denkers

Dr. Matthew Denkers

Orthopaedic Surgeon

Dr. Denkers is a member of the Division of Orthopaedic Surgery at McMaster University. He completed an undergraduate degree in Kinesiology and a professional degree in Physical Therapy at McMaster University while playing varsity football. He then proceeded to complete his medical school and orthopaedic surgical training at McMaster University as well.

Dr. Dale Williams

Dr. Dale Williams

Orthopaedic Surgeon

Born and raised in Nova Scotia, Dr. Dale Williams completed his undergrad BScH at Acadia University in 1998 and his MD/BSc (Med) at Dalhousie Medical School in 2002. Dr. Williams came to Upper Canada for his orthopaedic residency training at McMaster University, obtaining his FRCSC in 2007.

Dr. Marc Bijman

Dr. Marc Bijman

Chiropractor

Dr. Marc's mission is to find out what is causing your pain or discomfort, relieve the pain and get you back doing what you love to do! He believes that each patient deserves individualized, quality care to help them achieve their goals.

Adam Vilk

Adam Vilk

Registered Massage Therapist

Adam attended The University of Western Ontario where he completed a BSc in Biology. He then attended Mohawk college where he completed the Massage Therapy program.

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Ryan Longley

Ryan graduated from Queen’s University in Kingston with his Masters of Physical Therapy in 2014. Prior to this, he studied Kinesiology at The University of Western Ontario. Ryan was born and raised in London, Ontario and now lives in Hamilton. He has pursued additional courses and training in manual therapy, lumbar and thoracic spine manipulations, therapeutic taping and contemporary medical acupuncture. Ryan is committed to returning his patients to an optimal and enhanced level of functioning. Ryan also works with McMaster University as a PT admission assessor and regularly mentors PT students.

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Darryl Yardley

Darryl graduated from the University of Toronto in with a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy. He later completed a Master’s in Clinical Science at Western University and became a fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physical Therapists. He is a consultant for orthopaedic and neurosurgeons and has a special interest in hip and spine. He has co-authored multiple publications, a text book and has presented at over 50 conferences and courses throughout Canada and Internationally. Darryl is the professor of the Business and Entrepreneurship in Physical Therapy course at Western University. He also lectures at McMaster University, University of Toronto and Queen’s University​ on business and practice management topics. ​He is the founder of Mentorship Bootcamp, a program ​offering business training and career ​coaching to clinicians. You can learn more about Darryl at YardleyPT.ca

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Dr. Matthew Denkers

Dr. Denkers is a member of the Division of Orthopaedic Surgery at McMaster University. He completed an undergraduate degree in Kinesiology and a professional degree in Physical Therapy at McMaster University while playing varsity football. He then proceeded to complete his medical school and orthopaedic surgical training at McMaster University as well. He completed his initial fellowship training in Arthroscopy at the University of Calgary with a second fellowship in Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery also at the University of Calgary. His clinical and research interests include: Arthroscopic Shoulder and Knee Joint Preservation Surgery, Orthopaedic Adult Trauma Surgery and Surgical Education.

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Dr. Dale Williams

Born and raised in Nova Scotia, Dr. Dale Williams completed his undergrad BScH at Acadia University in 1998 and his MD/BSc (Med) at Dalhousie Medical School in 2002. Dr. Williams came to Upper Canada for his orthopaedic residency training at McMaster University, obtaining his FRCSC in 2007. He completed fellowships in Trauma and Arthroplasty through the Hamilton Arthroplasty Group and at The Alfred Hospital in Melbourne, Australia with Prof Max Esser. Dr. Williams returned to Hamilton in 2009 taking a staff position at Hamilton Health Sciences specialising in Trauma and Lower Limb Arthroplasty working at the Hamilton General and Juravinski Hospitals. Since returning, Dr. Williams has been an active participant in resident and medical student education, serving as site CTU Director and then Fellowship Program Director for MacOrtho. He also serves as a tutor to students in Medication Foundations at the DeGroote School of Medicine. Dr. Williams is involved in multiple trauma and arthroplasty studies looking at patient important outcomes after orthopaedic interventions. He serves on numerous hospital committees including the Blood Conservation committee and the Medical Staff Credentialing committee to attempt to maintain physician influence in hospital affairs and decisions. Dr. Williams’ professional goals are to continue to expand the complex revision arthroplasty care offered at the Juravinski and to establish a centre of excellence at the Hamilton General for the management of post traumatic deformities and osteomyelitis. Dr. Williams is a patron of the arts with a dedication to supporting oil on canvas work. His passion for travel is currently on hold due to the recent birth of his second daughter. This has changed his personal interests to playing in sandboxes, going to the park and having tea parties.

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Dr. Marc Bijman

Dr. Marc's mission is to find out what is causing your pain or discomfort, relieve the pain and get you back doing what you love to do! He believes that each patient deserves individualized, quality care to help them achieve their goals. He does this with a combination of clinical knowledge and evidence-based research to deliver quality hands-on care, education and active rehab. Dr. Marc has a particular interest in low back pain, neck pain, hip pain, TMJ and headaches. Marc believes in pain management and optimizing human potential through nutrition, sleep, exercise and positive relationships. Marc completed his Doctor of Chiropractic at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College after obtaining his Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics at the University of Guelph in 2014. During his clinical year in chiropractic school, he was one of 12 students selected to do an outreach in the Dominican Republic, treating over 80 different conditions in 10 days. When not in the clinic, Marc enjoys exercising, learning new things and being with others. He has completed 4 Half-Ironman triathlons and intends to complete two more in 2021. While attending the University of Guelph, he played centre defence for the Guelph Gryphon's varsity soccer team and was a two-time Academic All-Canadian.

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Adam Vilk

Adam attended The University of Western Ontario where he completed a BSc in Biology. He then attended Mohawk college where he completed the Massage Therapy program. Throughout high school Adam rowed competitively with his school as well as the St. Catherine’s rowing club. Through first hand injury experience Adam developed a desire to understand the body and better develop abilities to treat and improve various conditions. He has a particular interest in sports therapy and injury rehabilitation with an assessments based approach.