Mark Chang, PT, MScPT

Mark Chang is a Registered Physiotherapist in Ontario and Clinical Director of PhysioMotion Physical Therapy located at the Major Mackenzie Natural Health Centre. Mark holds a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Toronto. 
He is a recipient of the Mary N. Sauriol Business Practice Prize for excellence in orthopaedic clinical and business practices. Mark also received training in Medical Acupuncture from McMaster University and is registered under the Canadian Academy of Medical Acupuncture.

Mark has an in-depth knowledge of how the body works and combines it with specialized hands-on clinical skills to assess, diagnose and treat individuals with a wide spectrum of conditions ranging from acute sports injuries to chronic joint diseases. His background of working in orthopaedics, cardiorespiratory, and neurology in the Hospital, Community Care and Clinic-based settings aids him in successfully treating patients with various complex conditions. His treatment approach is to provide quality patient-centered care for his clients with a clinical focus on treating the root cause of their symptoms. Mark utilizes various manual therapy techniques, personalized therapeutic exercises, comprehensive education, and modalities to help his patients achieve optimum level of function and pain-free living.


Evangeline Aquino, PT, BScPT

Evangeline Aquino has over 10 years of experience in successfully treating a wide array of orthopaedic conditions and sports injuries. She completed her Physiotherapy Training at Thompson Rivers University in British Columbia and Virgen Milagrosa University Foundation in the Philippines. She is a McKenzie Trained Physiotherapist and provides an internationally acclaimed method of assessment and treatment for spinal and extremity pain.

She also has extensive post graduate training in performing Medical Acupuncture, Therapeutic Taping, Mulligan Joint Mobilization, Temporomadibular Joint Management, Concussion Management and Advanced Vestibular Rehabilitation. Her patients often see improvements within the first session as she utilizes a combination of deep hands-on manual therapy, precise joint mobilizations, musculoskeletal healing modalities, therapeutic exercises and medical acupuncture to manage pain and restore mobility.

Lorraine Fung, PT, MScPT

Lorraine Fung is a Registered Physiotherapist who completed her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto. Having witnessed the impact of physiotherapy firsthand while finishing her Biomedical Sciences degree at the University of Waterloo, she decided to pursue physiotherapy in order to help patients attain optimal function.

Her aim is to treat the underlying cause, not only the symptoms, in order to help and empower patients achieve and maintain their quality of life. Her experiences in both the hospital and clinic setting have allowed her to treat a variety of conditions, including work-related and sports injuries, both acute and chronic, as well as post-operative surgeries. She works with patients to meet their rehab goals through education and exercise-based rehabilitation. Each treatment session is tailored to the patient, and may include manual therapy, soft tissue release, taping and modalities. She is passionate about lifelong learning and plans on pursuing her acupuncture certification.  Outside of physiotherapy, she enjoys hiking trails, dragonboat paddling, travelling and exploring the culinary world.

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