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Welcome to Physical Therapy One, your best solution for all your Aches & Pains!

We offer a unique multidisciplinary approach to your therapy with onsite medical physicians, physiotherapists, chiropractors, massage therapists, exercise therapists and many more professionals all working together to help you feel better. We have many convenient locations to serve you and offer same or next day appointments, extended evening hours and/or weekends.

We are passionate about helping you feel better!

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We at Physical Therapy One are passionate about giving back in a positive way! So we contribute to various local community initiatives and also donate to worthy causes that our patients’ also believe in and support!

PT1 donates $7800 to The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation!

PT1 donates $7800 to The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation! Special Thanks goes out to all owners and partners of Physical Therapy One clinics, to our amazing patients, staff and numerous supporters.

We are proud to make this donation on behalf of all those affected, towards research and finding cures!

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Syrian Refugee Crisis and Refugee Arrival in Canada

Scale of the Crisis

Syrian RefugeeThe conflict in Syria is now in its sixth year, leading to one of the most serious and daunting humanitarian crises in decades. With limited prospects for an immediate end of the conflict, Syrians are growing increasingly vulnerable as their savings are exhausted and their assets are liquidated.

Constant, deadly conflict is destroying lives, families, and communities. Half the country’s population is now dependent on humanitarian assistance. Eight million people are also displaced within Syria while close to four million Syrians have fled to neighbouring countries.

Nearly 2 million Syrians are estimated to have fled to Turkey, while 1.2 million have gone to Lebanon, another 625,000 have sought refuge in Jordan, and 245,000 went to Iraq.

This refugee crisis stretches well beyond the Middle East with European nations in particular struggling to cope with the influx of tens of thousands of desperate and vulnerable children, women, and men - from Syria and elsewhere.


SickKids Foundation 2015

SickKids FoundationPhysical Therapy One is proud to announce our $10,000 donation to SickKids Hospital!

Thank you to the PT1 Family, our awesome Patients and Supporters who make it possible for us to contribute to the SickKids Hospital vision of: Healthier Children, A Better World.

“Together we will make a difference"

SickKids Foundation

Canadian Research Cancer Foundation 2014

Cancer Foundation

  Physical Therapy One is proud to donate to the Canadian Research Cancer Foundation to help find a cure!

  We would like to thank all our amazing PT1 patients, staff and supporters that helped make this possible

Cancer Foundation


Global TV coverage of the Raptor game event for Galloway Road Public School ! - January 2014




Typhoon Hayian - Red Cross 2013

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Physical Therapy One donates towards the Red Cross in its efforts to help those persons devastated by the typhoon in the Philippines. Our donation of $5000 was matched by the Government Of Canada.


Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation 2013

JDRF_2013Physical Therapy One is proud to sponsor the Juvenille Diabetes Research Foundation.  A donation of $5000 to help find a cure for children with type 1 Diabetes was made.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Movember Canada 2012


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Physical Therapy One owners and chiropractors participated in November 2012 to the Movember Canada campaign and raised close to $5,000.

During November each year, Movember is responsible for the sprouting of moustaches on thousands of men’s faces, in Canada and around the world. With their “Mo’s”, these men raise vital funds and awareness for men's health, specifically prostate cancer and male mental health initiatives.

 

 

 


make-a-wish-2012 Make-A-Wish Canada 2012


Physical Therapy One is proud to have made a $5,000 donation to Make-A-Wish Canada in May 2012. The mission of Make-A-Wish Canada is to grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.


Photo: Serina Manek, Manager, Corporate Alliances, Make-A-Wish Canada and Dr. Farhan Damji, owner of Scarborough and North York Clinics.





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Daily Bread Food Bank - 2011


Physical Therapy One and CBI Health Group are proud to have made a combined donation to the Daily Bread Food Bank on October 28, 2011.

Photo (left to right): Dr. Arif Alarakhia, President, Physical Therapy One, Tamar Shostakobsky, Development Coordinator, Daily Bread Food Bank, and Cammeron McInnes, Vice-president, CBI Health Group.


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Canadian Red Cross - The Pakistan Floods Relief Fund - 2010


Physical Therapy One is proud to have donated $5,000 to the Canadian Red Cross - Pakistan Floods Relief fund.

This fund will match all Canadian donations dollar for dollar and will allow the Canadian Red Cross to reach thousands of more flood survivors in affected communities. Over 20 million people have been left devastated as the worst disaster the world has seen in a decade wreaks havoc across the country.

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Daily Bread Food Bank - 2009


Physical Therapy One is proud to have donated to the Daily Bread Food Bank which is a non-profit, charitable organization that is fighting to end hunger in our communities. Every year thousands of people across Toronto rely on food banks. Daily Bread serves these people through neighbourhood food banks and meal programs in its 171 member agencies.

Dr. Arif Alarakhia, President of Physical Therapy One and Kristin Thomas Development Officer, Corporate & Foundation Giving.






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World Partnership Walk - 2008


Physical Therapy One is proud to be a Silver Sponsor of the 2008 World Partnership Walk which is Canada’s largest annual event dedicated to increasing awareness and raising funds to fight global poverty. Organized by volunteers in ten cities across Canada, the Walk attracts tens of thousands of Canadians united in a common effort to bring hope and renewal to some of the poorest communities in the world.

Dr. Rahim Jessa, director of Brampton, Dr. Arif Alarakhia, director of Wynford & Markham, Dr. Sameer Kassam, director of Mississauga & Woodbridge Clinics.