Dec 21, 2020 Update

We Remain Open for Physio Sessions

Following the Ontario Government’s announcement regarding provincial lockdown beginning Dec 26, 2020, we would like to assure our patients that we will remain open as per provincial guidelines.

Physiotherapy clinics can remain open for in-person appointments in keeping with restrictions in place for physical distancing, patient screening and infection control measures as per the operational requirements set out when we re-opened in June 2020.”

For those that are unable to attend in person or feel unsafe leaving your home during lockdown we remind you that we continue to offer our “Virtual Physiotherapy” service to current and new patients alongside our traditional in clinic physiotherapy session.

We are now also offering online booking for our Virtual Physio.


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Mon:      7:30 am-8:00 pm

Tues:     7:30 am-8:00 pm

Wed:     8:00 am-8:00 pm

Thurs:    7:30 am-8:00 pm

Fri:         8:00 am-4:00 pm


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Brooklin Village Physiotherapy.

Brooklin Village Physiotherapy

5959 Anderson St. Suite L3

Brooklin, ON

L1M 2E9


It Takes a Village...

Brooklin Village Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic was established in 1999 by physiotherapists Cheryl Davies and Rick Fryzuk in order to provide quality, comprehensive physiotherapy and rehabilitation services to Brooklin and the surrounding area. Over the years, we have grown with the community and expanded our clinic to meet the increased demands of our clientele.  We are conveniently located in the Brooklin Medical Centre at 5959 Anderson Street on the lower level.

Physiotherapists are health care professionals who focus on restoring and maintaining physical function by providing personalized treatment plans. Assessments are based on a detailed knowledge of anatomy and pathology and treatment is applied in a scientific manner for therapeutic results.

Physiotherapists emphasize “active recovery”, encouraging patients to play an active role in their rehabilitation to achieve optimum results. The use of manual therapy techniques, specific exercises, modalities and patient education such as instruction of proper body mechanics are often important components in recovery.