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Contact us at our physiotherapy office in Thornhill, ON - serving Markham and Vaughan


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370 Steeles Ave W
Thornhill, Ontario
L4J 6X1

Tel: (647) 707-7000




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Physiotherapy in Thornhill,
serving North York, Vaughan and Markham

Call 647 707 7000 to schedule your free 15-minute consultation!


  • Improve posture
  • Decrease assymetry
  • Improve sports performance

We use a combination of physiotherapy, massage and osteopathy to reduce or eliminate scoliosis.

Treatment will be totally pain-free, and the majority of it will be done using hands. We may prescribe exercises and use heat to soften the tissue before stretching.

Scoliosis is our specialty, and we have been able to improve the curve in many patients!


Please take advantage of our free 15 minute consultation,
during which we can discuss your condition and answer any questions.


To schedule your appointment, please call
647 707 7000
and we will ensure that you get
the treatment you need and the care you deserve!



My mother was struggling with her back problems since she was a child. After overcoming several treatments, she finally decided not to bother and live with the pain. It took me 1 year to convince her to try osteopathic treatment. Now she is looking forward to coming back from Israel and continuing her treatment. Thank you!!!!

-- Israel, Scoliosis and back pain, P.Z.


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Scoliosis Case Study

Patient Info Boy, 9 years
History Patient first discovered that he had a mild thoracic scoliosis 3 years ago, when he had an X-ray for a pneumonia. He has been followed by an orthopaedic surgeon, and apparently the curve has not progressed over the past three years. Recently he started to spend a lot of time on the computer and his parents noticed that in addition to scoliosis, he now started to develop a forward-curved posture with elevated shoulders and caved-in chest.
Observation Evaluation
  • On evaluation patient was found to have mild scoliosis and poor posture.
  • The anterior ribs and diaphragm were restricted.
  • There were a number of vertebral lesions in his thoracic spine, and overall flexibility of the spine was restricted.
Anatomical and Physiological Relevance
  • The vertebral lesions and reduced flexibility of membranes around spinal cord likely contributed to his scoliosis.
  • Ribs restriction and habitual lumped posture at the computer compounded the problem and he ended up developing a forward curvature.
Course of Treatment Parents were educated regarding the position at the computer. They were advised to elevate the screen and not allow their child to play computer games on a laptop on the couch, but rather on a table. Patient had 4 weekly treatments aimed to improve spine flexibility and correct vertebral position. He was treated with manual therapy, ribs stretches to open up the chest and breathing exercises. Afterwards he was followed monthly for 4 months to maintain and augment the progress.
Outcome Noticeable difference in his posture was visible after the third session. One month later parents reported that their son's teachers commented on the improvement of his posture. The improvement was maintained during the three months of follow-up, after which patient was discharged and given an instruction to come back in one year for a follow-up.