Staff

Andrew Kim PT, MSc. PT, Cred. MDT, Dip. Manip. PT, CIDN, FCAMPT
  • CAMPT Certified Physiotherapist
  • Certified in the McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy
  • Certified in Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (FAKTR)
  • Certified in Integrated Dry Needling

Andrew is an empathetic and highly skilled physiotherapist who has a passion for providing exceptional care. He received his undergraduate degree in Bachelor of Science and Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy from University of Toronto. Upon graduation, he completed an extensive post-graduate program from Orthopaedic Division of Canadian Physiotherapy Association, receiving a Diploma of Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy. Andrew is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT) and fully credentialed in the McKenzie System of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (Cert. MDT). He is also certified in the Integrated Dry Needling approach for treatment of myofascial pain. Andrew’s clinical expertise is in hands-on therapy focusing on eliminating the root of cause of pain and restoring normal movements. He is actively involved in teaching and holds an Adjunct Lecturer position in Department Of Physical Therapy at University of Toronto. He serves as a clinical mentor for Physiotherapists who want to pursue advanced training in musculoskeletal care. When out of the office, Andrew enjoys spending time with his wife Sara, his son Jaden and working out at the gym or playing basketball.

Andy Park PT, MSc.PT
  • Registered Physiotherapist

Andy has a passion for soccer, playing in the Ontario Soccer League. He is a lifelong learner who also has a keen interest in managing your musculoskeletal problem. Andy focuses on identifying and treating the root cause of your pain through the application of effective physiotherapy knowledge and skills. His physiotherapy treatment incorporates manual therapy, therapeutic taping, acupuncture, and a prescription of tailored therapeutic exercises to reduce your pain and help you get back to your functional status. Andy graduated with a Specialized Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology and Health Science and furthered his studies to complete his Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto. To maintain evidence-informed practice and deliver quality care, Andy is completing advanced post-professional courses as part of the Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy through the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. On a more personal level, Andy leads an active lifestyle by working out at the gym and jogging. He also enjoys reading and traveling.

Andrew (Archie) Archibald PT, MSc.PT
Andrew (Archie) Archibald PT , MSc.PT
  • Registered Physiotherapist

Andrew is often described by his patients and colleagues as passionate, knowledgeable and friendly. He is passionate about sport and fitness with an expertise in track and field and thus has a particular interest in orthopaedic and sports therapy whether it be preventative, rehabilitative or continuing care. He believes in the importance of a patient-therapist team approach to identify patient goals and barriers in order to create effective physiotherapy programs. Andrew’s practice includes a combination of education, electro-physical modalities, hands on manual physical therapy techniques, and most importantly functional exercise. Andrew is dedicated to continuing education and advancing his skills. He has completed courses in dry needling and neuro-proprioceptive taping and is currently pursuing his Diploma of Advanced Integrated Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy through the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. Andrew obtained his Master of Science degree in Physiotherapy from Dalhousie University. Some key achievements during his tenure at Dalhousie that separate him from his peers include; being invited to practice at the Institute of Neurological Science in Scotland, serving as the student president and graduating at the top of his class in integrative practice. Prior to this, he completed a Master of Science in Experimental Medicine and a Bachelor of Science in Physiology from McGill University. While at McGill University, Andrew competed as a varsity track and field athlete in long jump and sprints, achieving nationals twice and representing Nova Scotia at the 2009 Canada Games. He successfully overcame multiple injuries during this time which he attributes to his physiotherapy team. This experience has given him a valuable patient perspective which he brings to his practice. He also has excellent experience treating athletes from his time working with the Mount Saint Vincent University Mens/Womens Soccer Teams. Today, Andrew no longer competes but he continues to stay active. His hobbies include playing squash, tennis and basketball and the is always open to trying new activities. Recently, he has taken up long distance running and golf. Andrew looks forward to working with you to achieve your goals!

Camila, Office Manager

As our solution-focused Office Manager, Camila is very dedicated to helping you in your journey of achieving the best possible outcome with your physical health. Given her broad experience in the health field and exceptional planning and prioritizing, she is equipped to help make your experience a positive one. Camilla is bilingual, speaking English and Spanish to help serve your needs in more than one language if required. Outside of the office, Camila enjoys volunteering her time at various health and fitness events, staying fit by working out with her husband and seeing different parts of the world through travel.

Sabrina Dugan, Administrative Assistant

Sabrina Dugan is an aspiring HR professional currently working towards her CHRP designation. She has worked in 4 different countries and is passionate about connecting with diverse people. She is the sum of the people she has met and the places she has been to. She is new to Toronto but has come to love this city in a short time. In her free time, she likes to volunteer for various non-profits serving at-risk youth, and document her food adventures around the GTA. She wants to be a Talent Acquisition Specialist in the future.