PhysioLinks Rehab Clinic
PhysioLinks Rehab is a multidisciplinary clinic conveniently located in North Burlington on the south east corner of the Walker’s Line and Upper Middle Rd intersection. Our team of physiotherapists, chiropractors and registered massage therapists are dedicated to delivering the high quality of care to our clients. We are here to provide you with solutions to your physical injuries and musculoskeletal issues. Our highly skilled team will provide comprehensive assessments and current leading-edge treatment solutions that allow you to achieve results that you expect. We genuinely care for you and strive to provide you with an exemplary patient experience through our professionalism and excellent customer service.
Meet Our Team at PhysioLinks Rehab
Mandeep Virk is an experienced and trained physiotherapist who strives to provide high standards of patient care. She has gained excellent clinical experience treating patients with orthopedic and neurological problems, while working in diverse settings that includes hospitals, elder care facilities and private clinics.
Mandeep is very passionate about her profession and finds it immensely satisfying that she can bring a positive change in people’s lives through her services. Trained in manual therapy techniques for treating sports related injuries, her focus is to rehabilitate patients to the maximum possible functional level.
Her vision is to bring together a team of skilled and qualified clinical practitioners under one roof to provide effective treatment options to her patients.
Dr. Amrita Singh
Dr. Amrita Singh received her Bachelors of Applied Science (with a focus in Adult Development and Aging) from the University of Guelph. Dr. Singh went on to attend D’Youville College where she earned her Doctor of Chiropractic degree. Following her Doctoral degree, she went on to study Neurofunctional Acupuncture at McMaster University. Currently, she is registered with the Ontario College of Chiropractors. Dr. Singh is passionate about helping all demographics, but has a special interest in athletes and the geriatric population.
Dr. Singh has had clinical internship experience working at Erie County Medical Center and University of Buffalo Neurosurgery in Buffalo N.Y., along with two clinical settings located on campus at D’Youville College.
Managing and treating the following conditions: generalized low back pain, headaches, TMJ dysfunction, scoliosis, sciatica, herniated discs, extremity musculoskeletal disorders, spondylolisthesis, sprain/strains, degenerative and arthritic conditions to name a few. Specific emphasis on evidence based patient management, diagnostic imaging and rehabilitation. Dr. Singh takes pleasure in educating patients on their conditions, treatments and preventative exercises.
- Neurofunctional Acupuncture
- Rehabilitation Protocols
- Muscular Cupping
- MRT (version of ART)
- Compression Stockings
BPT, Registered Physiotherapist
A dedicated and compassionate physiotherapist, Annet Abraham earned her Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT) degree from Nitte University in Mangalore, India, in 2018. Driven by a passion for restoring mobility and enhancing the quality of life for her patients, she embarked on a journey to expand her expertise.
In 2023, Annet achieved licensure as a physiotherapist in Canada, marking a pivotal moment in her career. Her international education coupled with her commitment to staying abreast of the latest advancements in physiotherapy equip her to deliver comprehensive care to individuals from diverse backgrounds.
With a patient-centered approach, Annet specializes in devising tailored rehabilitation programs, leveraging a combination of manual therapy, exercise prescription, and innovative modalities to address a spectrum of musculoskeletal and neurological conditions. Her empathetic nature fosters trust and collaboration, empowering patients to actively participate in their recovery journey.
As a licensed physiotherapist in Canada, Annet is poised to make a meaningful difference in the lives of her patients, assisting them in achieving optimal physical function and a better quality of life.