A research-based therapy that rehabilitates injury without the use of drugs or surgery. With the goal of helping people achieve their highest quality of life. Physical therapy restores strength, endurance, movement and physical abilities affected by injury, disease or disability.

Jordan Duffy

Jordan Duffy, R.P.T., H.B.K., D.P.T., Clinic Manager

Statement of Philosophy

Physical therapy requires the responsibility to ensure that treatments are strongly founded in research and that patient concerns are thoroughly addressed. I practice with an evidence-based approach to ensure that I afford my patients quality care. As a physical therapist I strive to contribute a quality of care that further promotes the true effectiveness of physical therapy treatment interventions. I accept the challenge to grow and improve as a member of the profession.

I have been practising Physiotherapy since 2005. I am a graduate from the State University of New York at Buffalo with Doctor of Physical Therapy. I also have an Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology from Lakehead University in Canada, with a minor in Biomechanics. I am a licensed Physical Therapist in both Ontario and in the state of New York. I have experience in Canadian Physiotherapy Association Manual Therapy, Mulligan and McKenzie evaluation techniques with Gary Gray therapeutic exercise. I have completed extensive research in vestibular diagnosis and rehabilitation. My publications can be reviewed from the links below. I am also a strong advocate of evidence-based practice and continuing education. I specialise in the assessment and multidiciplinary treatment of post-operative orthopaedics, as well as traumatic orthopaedic and neurological injury for all age groups. I am also responsible for In-home Assessments, Jobsite Analysis, Multidisiplinary Evaluations and Functional Ablity Evaluations.

PHYS THER Vol. 83, No. 3, March 2003, pp. 290-296

Tenzin Rabyang

Tenzin Rabyang, R.P.T., B.P.T., Registered Physiotherapist

Tenzin Rabyang studied Physiotherapy from Rajiv Gandhi University (India) and graduated in 2012. He joined bridging program for physiotherapy in University of Toronto and got an opportunity to learn physiotherapy in different Canadian healthcare settings. He speaks English, Hindi and Nepali fluently. He is currently Physiotherapy Resident in Ontario.

Jacqueline Reyes

Jacqueline Reyes, Physiotherapy Assistant

Jackie is an internationally educated physiotherapist who recently joined O'Connor Rehab and Wellness Clinic as a part-time Physiotherapy Assistant (PTA). She obtained a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy in Manila, Philippines where she worked in both clinical and hospital setting before coming to Canada. She finished the Ontario Internationally Educated Physiotherapy Bridging Program (OIEPB) from University of Toronto.

Bethan Pulla

Bethan Pulla, R. Kin., HBSc.Kin, Physiotherapy Assistant

Bethan is a Registered Kinesiologist who graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology from McMaster University in 2011. She went on to complete a Masters of Professional Kinesiology at Brock University. She has experience working with seniors, children and individuals with disabilities in a variety of settings, including fitness and rehabilitation. Bethan is passionate about helping clients through the rehabilitation process, ensuring they can maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Stephen Yusay

Stephen Yusay, Hs.BSc.(Kin)

Stephen graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology in 2019. He has experience supporting in-patients at Holland Bloorview Kid’s Rehabilitation Hospital with the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Team and the Specialized Orthopedic and Developmental Rehabilitation Team. Stephen is ecstatic to be part of the team as a physiotherapist assistant at this clinic, and has the desire to assist patients in their rehabilitation process in a benevolent and therapeutic manner.