We are excited for you to meet the physiotherapists who have joined our team in the last few months.

Taylor Sipos

Registered Physiotherapist, MPT, BKin, 


Taylor completed his Master of Physical Therapy degree from Western University after earning his Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from McMaster University. Taylor’s passion for physical therapy developed as he grew up participating in competitive sports.

Since graduation, Taylor has taken numerous courses to enhance his skills and advance his professional development. These courses include the Mulligan Concept Lower Quadrant course, Soft Tissue Release and Acupuncture. He plans to complete his manual therapy levels through the Orthopaedic division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.

Taylor delivers treatment with empathy and compassion for his clients. He strives to provide evidence-based therapy with a strong focus on self-help through exercise and education. He believes in motivating his clients to take an active approach in their rehabilitation to meet their individual goals.

In his spare time, Taylor participates in mid and long-distance running and as such, he has a keen interest in the rehabilitation of running-related injuries. In addition to running, he also enjoys weight-lifting, playing hockey and cycling.

Arjun Patel

Registered  Physiotherapist, MPT,BSc


Arjun completed his Masters of Physiotherapy at University of Toronto in 2019. He holds an Honours Bachelor of Science in Human Biology from University of Toronto in 2016- for which he received a high distinction honor.

Arjun came to physiotherapy through a research background. While working at the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research he developed a passion for front-line clinical care. Coming from a sports background himself, he has a special interest in sports medicine and preventative healthcare. This made physiotherapy the perfect choice for his career.

Arjun’s approach is to collaborate with every patient to provide personalized and functionally oriented treatment which empowers them to reach their goals. Having worked as an athletic consultant, he looks to find the root cause of the problem and apply it to find long term solutions in rehab.

He is committed to lifelong learning and is currently pursuing advanced training through the Orthopedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA). His goal is to become a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT). During his training he has worked with spinal cord injured, and post-surgical, patients. In addition, he has completed advanced first responder training and provides sports medicine coverage at tournaments.  He is an athletic consultant for the Toronto Raiders Major League Quidditch team. He is also trained in advance vestibular rehabilitation, and applies this training in treatment of vertigo, concussions, and other dizziness-related issues.

Arjun loves to teach and is heavily involved in professional development. He is currently serving as an executive for the Private Practice Division of Canadian Physiotherapy Association, and volunteers as a Teaching Assistant at University of Toronto – helping the next generation of Physiotherapy Students.

Outside of work, he enjoys reading, cooking, and stays active through sports. He is part of the Canadian Quidditch team program; and has recently taken up running and dragonboating. In addition to English, he is fluent in Gujarati, Hindi, and Urdu.

Tiffany Shi

Registered Physiotherapist, MSc.PT, BSc


Tiffany graduated from the University of Toronto with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy in 2019. Prior to pursuing a career in Physiotherapy, Tiffany obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Honors Biochemistry from McMaster University in 2017.

Tiffany is passionate about helping people recover from their conditions and to return to the activities they love. She uses a thorough history and a comprehensive physical examination to identify the root cause of the condition. Her treatment approach includes manual therapy to address restricted tissues and she promotes self-help by prescribing exercises that are tailored to the needs and goals of each client.

Tiffany is committed to life-long learning. She is continuing her training with education in manual therapy, acupuncture/dry needling, concussion rehabilitation, and pelvic health. She has recently received her certification in level 1 orthopaedic manual and manipulative physiotherapy.

In her spare time, Tiffany is busy practicing sabre fencing and refereeing at competitions. She also enjoys photography, sewing, life drawing and reading. She is bilingual and is happy to provide service in Mandarin if needed.