Our staff

Pat Stanziano, MPT, SPD, Cert MDT, CSCS,


Sport Physiotherapy Diploma Certified in Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist

Past Experience
Pat Stanziano has an extensive background across many physiotherapy disciplines. Since deciding to focus his practice on outpatient orthopedics, Pat has become certified in the McKenzie Method (MDT), a system that allows him to provide advanced diagnoses and therapeutic care for sufferers of mechanical low back and neck pain. In addition, Pat is one of only a few physiotherapists in Oakville that is (actually) a sport physiotherapist, an extensive process that Pat is very proud of due to the countless hours doing what he loves: being around athletes of all ages and skill levels in a competitive environment.

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Carolina Rotondo, MPT, Cert MDT,


Registered Physiotherapist Certified in Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy

Since 2010, Carolina has been a member of Healthy Dancer Canada, a non for profit organization that is the Canadian leader in facilitating communication and collaboration between the dance community and health care professionals in order to enhance the health and well-being of dancers of all ages and genres. As Chair of HDC’s Dancer Screening Committee, she has pioneered the development of a Dancer Screening Tool for health professionals and dance instructors. As part of her extensive experience in performing arts medicine, Carolina has had the immense pleasure of working backstage as an on-site treatment provider for various Broadway and off-Broadway tours that travel to the GTA. In addition, she is a consultant for Canada’s prestigious Ballet Jorgen.

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Petar Grkinic, MScPT,


Registered Physiotherapist

Petar received his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at the University of Waterloo, and graduated from the University of Toronto with a Master of Physical Therapy degree. Over the course of his education Petar has completed his final undergraduate research seminar in ACL injury prevention, and graduate research in physical activity participation of children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. Since completion, he has continued his education and already completed Level 1 Manual Therapy, COMPASS (clinical communication development), and Sports Emergency First Responder Certificate. He is currently working towards furthering his education in manual therapy and sports physiotherapy.

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Dr. Patti Farrell, BA (Hons), DC,



Dr. Patti Farrell graduated from the University of Western Ontario in 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts degree with an Honours Specialization in Kinesiology. She then continued her education at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College where she obtained her Doctor of Chiropractic degree and graduated with Honours. In addition, Dr. Farrell was an active member of Students’ Council at CMCC where she held the title of Athletic Director for two years.

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Jennifer Hyland, RMT,


Registered Massage Therapist Certified Lymphedema Therapist

Jennifer became a Registered Massage Therapist because she enjoys helping people feel their best.  Already with a BA in Philosophy from Guelph University and MA in Humanities from York University, she went on to complete her Advanced Diploma in Massage Therapy at Mohawk College.  Jennifer just completed an intensive post-graduate program in Manual Lymphatic Drainage and Combined Decongestive Therapy at the Dr. Vodder School (TM) International.

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Nadia Colavecchio,


Admin/Rehab Assistant

Nadia is a recent graduate of the B.Sc. Kinesiology program at McMaster University. She will be the first face you see when you come in, the voice you will hear over the phone, and the person who will help us restore you to your optimal performance. She has completed many hours of volunteer work in a clinical setting, where she has had the opportunity to interact with a wide variety of populations with various musculoskeletal conditions. She also has a solid foundation running the Complete Concussion Management baseline testing protocol with individual athletes and with teams.

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Onika Green, BA (Hons) Psychology, MHK,


Sport and Mental Performance Coach

Onika completed her Master of Human Kinetics, with a concentration in performance intervention and consultation, at the University of Ottawa. This program prepared her to facilitate the training and development of mental skills, which her clients can then use to perform more consistently at their personal best, recover more quickly from injuries, and manage their pain more effectively. These
mental skills include goal setting, focus, motivation, mindfulness, imagery, stress management, and more. She is invested in the well-being of her clients, and wants to help you get back to your best as quickly as possible.

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