Iman babaie Lawasani
Iman babaie Lawasani is a registered physiotherapist in Ontario with 12-year experience in Iran working in clinical and hospital settings as well as being a supervisor of an outpatient rehabilitation ward in a prestigious hospital in Tehran treating musculoskeletal and neurological conditions. In Canada, Iman graduated from The University of Toronto with an academic excellence award. He also graduated in Osteopathy from the Canadian College of Osteopathy enabling him to manage wide array of chronic musculoskeletal conditions applying different manual techniques. In addition, Iman is certified in Dry Needling, a recently introduced technique relieving muscle tensions and muscular trigger points.
Iman is always enthusiastic to keep himself updated in physiotherapy knowledge providing his patients with evidence-based treatments. He strongly believes in designing a specific therapeutic plan including manual techniques and exercises based on every single person’ requirement regarding their lifestyle and daily activities.
Deanna Lentini completed her Masters of Physiotherapy at University of Toronto and has practiced in both the paediatric and orthopaedic settings. She has a special interest in Aquatic Physiotherapy because she fascinated by how the physical properties of water can be leveraged for its therapeutic value. She has completed Aquatic Physiotherapy training courses in Deep Water Rehab, AquaStretch, and Aquatic Physiotherapy for arthritis and joint replacement. Deanna grew up around water and is a long time swimmer and lifeguard. Her goal as a Physiotherapist is to provide holistic care for each patient using manual therapy complemented with therapeutic exercise.
Deanna is local to the neighbourhood and attended school in the Bayview Village community. She is passionate about her volunteer work as the director of Fix the 6ix – a community organization that collects gift cards and donates them to shelters across Toronto.
Mary Liougas studied at The University of Toronto before completing her Physiotherapy degree at Daemen College, New York in 2002.
An opportunity to deliver a different style of physiotherapy saw her to establish Bayview Village Physiotherapy, where her extensive experience and perspective is effectively put to full use in dedicated one-on-one treatment sessions.
Throughout her career, Mary has had the opportunity to work in clinical, hospital and Long-Term Care settings, and has had a wide array of experience and training in orthopaedic, neurologic, pediatric, and geriatric conditions. With her advanced training in Temporomandibular Joint Disorders (TMD), she has also been able to identify and relieve various TMJ conditions through treatment and education.
Mary’s treatment philosophy includes using manual therapy to restore joint mechanics, followed by muscle retraining and motor control strategies to correct movement dysfunction. Mary provides individualized, one-on-one treatment and develops exercise programs geared toward the level and goals of the patient.
Anna Markell is a registered Physiotherapist in Ontario with 4 years working experience in the outpatient orthopedics and inpatient rehabilitation settings, including post-operative care. She is passionate about working in Orthopedics and uses evidence-based practices in designing all of her treatment plans.
Anna is also a Certified Lymphedema Therapist, treating swelling caused by conditions such as Lymphedema, Venous Insufficiency, post-surgical and post-traumatic edema.
In addition, Anna is experienced in treating a myriad of acute and chronic pain conditions, TMJ dysfunction, and dizziness.
She has taken continuing education courses in Acupuncture through Acupuncture Canada as well as Vestibular Rehabilitation through the APTEI. In her spare time, Anna enjoys playing tennis, yoga and swimming.