• Qualified Clinicians
  • Clinical Excellence
  • Multidisciplinary
  • Knowledgeable Staff
  • Accepted By Insurers
  • Qualified Clinicians

    Taking pride in your care

  • Clinical Excellence

    Always informed

  • Multidisciplinary

    We take the team approach

  • Knowledgeable Staff

    Education focused

  • Accepted By Insurers

    WSIB, Health Plans & MVA

Welcome to Dundas Community Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation!

Dundas Community Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation is a multidisciplinary clinic offering a wide range of services to meet your wellness needs.

Total Health and Wellness

We are more than just a physiotherapy clinic.  With many specialists under one roof we take a multidisciplinary approach to treatment and care.
Meet the Team

Working with your Insurance

We work closely with third party insurance companies, WSIB, extended health care plans and motor vehicle accident claims. Our qualified staff can handle all your billing inquiries.
Our Services

 

 

Meet Our Team!

  • Dundas - SuePic

    Sue graduated with an Honours degree in Physiotherapy at the University of Toronto and has more than 20 years in experience in rehabilitation within the Oakville/Hamilton region. Sue has continued her post graduate education building an extensive repertoire of manual therapy skills in Cranio-Sacral therapy, Mulligan and McKenzie theory. She has worked closely with local orthopaedic surgeons specializing in the assessment and treatment of sports injuries, spinal dysfunctions, joint replacements/repair and trauma. Outside of work Sue enjoys gardening, hiking, Zumba and ballroom dancing.

    Sue Thomas, Physiotherapist

  • Dundas - Cody PT

    Cody completed his Masters of Physical Therapy degree at Queens University. Prior to that, he graduated with both an undergraduate and Masters of Science degree in Kinesiology at Brock University. Having grown up playing a variety of competitive sports, Cody developed a passion for human movement. He believes that a successful treatment plan involves proper education, a functional focus on recovery and active participation by the client. Aside from sports, Cody enjoys travelling and recently had the chance to train in Costa Rica.

    Cody Vandommele, Physiotherapist

  • Dundas - Kaylyn

    Kaylyn is a Certified Athletic Therapist and member of the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association. She graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Health Sciences in Athletic Therapy from Sheridan College; as well as a Honours Bachelor of Arts Specialization in Kinesiology from Western University. In the clinic it's Kaylyn’s goal to help each patient return to their pain free life in the best possible function. Outside of the clinic Kaylyn enjoys covering rugby games as medical coverage and volunteering as a Board Executive for a children's residential summer camp back in her home town.

    Kaylyn Ardiel, Certified Athletic Therapist

  • Dundas Kristen Gulas

    Kristen received her Bachelor of Applied Health Science degree in Athletic Therapy from Sheridan College after studying biology and graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree with honours from Queen’s University. Throughout her academic career, Kristen has had the opportunity to work with and care for many athletes of different sports including box lacrosse, rugby, and hockey in addition to gaining experience in many different clinical settings that treated a wide variety of people. Kristen is passionate about helping patients reach their goals by providing them with the support, tools, and education on how to get better. Outside of the clinic, Kristen enjoys running, hiking, and spending time with family and friends.

    Kristen Gulas, Athletic Therapy

  • Dundas - Kristinpicture

    Kristin completed her BSc in Exercise Science, specialization in Athletic Therapy at Concordia University. She is a Certified Athletic Therapist with the Canadian Athletic Therapy Association and a certified personal trainer with the Canadian Society for Exercise physiology. Kristin has worked with many sports teams such as soccer, football and basketball, assessing and treating injuries. She has done a variety of placements in private clinics and had been working with the Sun Youth Football teams in Montreal for 4 years, as well as doing strength and conditioning with athletes in a training facility before moving to Hamilton. She has taken continuing education courses in soft tissue release and cranio-sacral therapy. She likes to play Ultimate Frisbee and soccer, and also likes running races and doing yoga.

    Kristin Martin, Athletic Therapist