ABOUT

Karoline

Kaminski

Favourite Quotes:

" Truth is so obcsure in these times, and falsehood so established, that unless we love the truth, we cannot know it. "

Blaise Pascal. The Harvard Classics

"Look deep into nature, then you will understand everything better. "

-Albert Einstein. Genius of Everything

"To find health should be the object of the doctor. Anyone can find disease. "

– A.T. Still, Founder of Osteopathy 

 Karoline recognizes that a person is an integrated whole and as a result needs a

holistic approach in their treatment. Karoline believes that when all of the body's components are in balance, a person is complete and in total health. Karoline's treatments are directed towards helping the body regain its individual and optimal ability to function as a whole. 

Karoline utilizes her knowledge of manual therapy, movement based therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy to guide the body back to health. Karoline has 9 years of experience working in the field of exercise physiology and psychology as an Exercise Physiologist and Health Coach. She has brought many to reach their personal health and rehabilitative goals.

Karoline has completed her diploma in Manual Osteopathy with the National Academy of Osteopathy in February 2015. This has enabled her to greatly expand the level of care she can deliver her clients.

Prior to this, Karoline completed her Bachelor in Physical and Health Education with Honors standing from the University of Toronto in 2007. This degree was partnered with bachelor of Human Movement Studies, University of Queensland, Australia. Karoline has also completed a Master in Sport and Exercise Psychology with the University of Jyvaskyla, Finland and Lund University, Sweden.

  • BPHE Hons, University of Toronto and the University of Queensland, Australia

  • MSc, Master of Sport Sciences, Sport and Exercise Psychology, University of Jysvakyla, Finland and Lund University, Sweden

  • National Academy of Osteopathy, Toronto ON. 

 Karoline recognizes that a person is an integrated whole and as a result needs a

holistic approach in their treatment. Karoline believes that when all of the body's components are in balance, a person is complete and in total health. Karoline's treatments are directed towards helping the body regain its individual and optimal ability to function as a whole. 

Karoline utilizes her knowledge of manual therapy, movement based therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy to guide the body back to health. Karoline has 9 years of experience working in the field of exercise physiology and psychology as an Exercise Physiologist and Health Coach. She has brought many to reach their personal health and rehabilitative goals.

Karoline has completed her diploma in Manual Osteopathy with the National Academy of Osteopathy in February 2015. This has enabled her to greatly expand the level of care she can deliver her clients.

Prior to this, Karoline completed her Bachelor in Physical and Health Education with Honors standing from the University of Toronto in 2007. This degree was partnered with bachelor of Human Movement Studies, University of Queensland, Australia. Karoline has also completed a Master in Sport and Exercise Psychology with the University of Jyvaskyla, Finland and Lund University, Sweden.

  • BPHE Hons, University of Toronto and the University of Queensland, Australia

  • MSc, Master of Sport Sciences, Sport and Exercise Psychology, University of Jysvakyla, Finland and Lund University, Sweden

  • National Academy of Osteopathy, Toronto ON. 

STEPHEN

WAHL

Stephen is a Registered Massage Therapist with a heart. 

The quality of care he provides in conjunction with his finely developped techniques make him an exceptional  therapist. 

Stephen uses a combination of effleurage with myofascial techniques to release the body from stiffening restrictions and aching tension. 

Stephen is highly trained in Myofascial Release and can either provide full Myofascial Treatments or integrate the techniques into any massage treatment.

A treatment with Stephen will leave you feeling like you're leaving your old body behind while walking out with your new lighter body. 

  • ICT Kikkawa College of Massage Therapy

BARBARA

SZCZERBA

  I have been been working for 12 years as  Registered Physiotherapist in Ontario.At the beginning of my journey as Physiotherapist I worked mostly with patients with orthopaedics and neurological problems . 

In 2013 I stared taking postgraduate courses in pelvic floor rehabilitation and have completed many courses since than through Pelvic Health Solutions ,  company dedicated to educating physiotherapists and other health care practitioners about pelvic health . I specialize in the management and treatment of incontinence for women , sexual pain,chronic pelvic pain ,pelvic organ prolapsed , prenatal and postnatal care , preparation for labour and delivery, post surgical and post-menopausal conditions. 

I believe in multi –disciplinary approach to treat a patient . This may include working with family doctor , midwife , urologist , gynaecologist  and other health care practitioners.

I balance my professional life with husband and 2 kids . I love dogs and active lifestyle .My favourite form of sport is running that i found relaxing . 

I want to grow in pelvic health and help every  women that struggle with pelvic health condition .

Courses completed through Pelvic Health Solutions:

Level I: The Physiotherapy Approach to Female and Male Urinary Incontinence – 2013

Level II: The Physiotherapy Approach to Female and Male Pelvic Pain – 2014

Level III: Treating Pain: A New Model Of Care – 2014

Advanced Clinical Experiences – Level I – 2016

4th Pelvic Health Symposium – 2017

Mobilization of Visceral Fascia: Urinary System – Ramona Horton – 2017

Pudendal Neuralgia & Complex Pelvic Pain Solutions – Tracy Sher – 2017

Pregnancy And The Pelvic Floor – 2017

Pelvic Girdle Pain and the Pelvic Floor – 2017

The Use Of Pessaries For Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) In Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation – Louise Perrin – 2018

Menopause: An Integrative Approach for Physiotherapists – Michelle Lyons – 2019

The Use Of Pessaries For Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) In Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation – Louise Perrin – 2019

Labour & Delivery: Maternal Support through Comfort Measures and Pelvic Biomechanics – Trish Brunelle – 2020

THE CLINIC

26 McEwan Dr W, Unit #16

Bolton ON L7E 1E6

(647) 839- 7332

Opening Hours:

Monday : 11 am to 7 pm

Tuesday: 12 pm am  to 6 pm

Wednesday: Closed

Thursday: 10 am to 5:30 pm

Friday 9 am to 3:30 pm

​​Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed

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