60 Hatt Street, Suite 202, Dundas, Ontario, L9H 7T6

Phone: 905.627.2700 Fax: 905-627-2701

Dundas Community Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

Welcome to Dundas Community Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

Our Team

Sue Thomas, Physiotherapist


Sue completed her Physical Therapy degree at the University of Toronto and graduated with Honours in 1983. She has continued to upgrade her skill set with numerous courses over the years in manual therapy, acupuncture, chronic pain and concussion management and is a member of Ontario Physiotherapy Association. With over 30 years of working in the clinical setting, Sue brings a wealth of knowledge

for assessment and treatment of various peripheral and spinal injuries that are related to orthopaedics and sports. She has experience in a wide variety of populations including geriatrics, post-surgical, MVA and WSIB related injuries. Sue is a strong advocate of functional exercise retraining and educating her patients in self-management to facilitate optimum recovery. 

Sue is also involved with the McMaster Physiotherapy program as a preceptor for their students and provides ongoing mentorship for therapists within the management group. 

Outside of work, Sue enjoys an active lifestyle of dancing both Zumba and ballroom, hiking, golf and spending time with family and friends. 

Ereen Fawzy, Physiotherapist


 Ereen graduated with a Bachelor  Degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Cairo-Egypt in 1996, she has completed some courses in  Canada for manual therapy skills, Mulligan techniques, acupuncture,   and became a certified pelvic floor therapist in September 2018  for treating women and men with pelvic health conditions as urinary incontinence, prolapse, and chronic pelvic pain. She is interested in completing more courses in manual therapy and pelvic health. She is a member of the Canadian and Ontario Physiotherapy Association and Women's Health Division. Away from her practice she enjoys spending the time with her husband and son.

Kyle VanWyk, Athletic Therapist


  Kyle is our Athletic Therapist and has recently graduated from the Bachelor of Applied Health Sciences in Athletic Therapy from Sheridan College. Kyle has completed his Reconditioning Specialist Level 1 course and is excited to use functional exercise and rehabilitation skills to bring all of his clients back to successful, pain free recovery. He has worked with several different sporting organizations including the Toronto Argonauts and Humber College Athletics providing clinical assessment and rehabilitation, on field therapy and first responder services. Kyle has several hobbies but a few favorites include hockey, snowboarding, football, and golfing.  

Kaitlin Pavey, Registered Massage Therapist


Kaitlin Pavey grew up in Smiths Falls, Ontario, where she played soccer for 11 years on a travelling team and fostered a love of sports. After high school she attended St. Lawrence College to study Fitness and Health Promotion. She started her career as a Physiotherapy assistant but Kaitlin quickly came to realize that that she wished to expand her knowledge about the human body. So in 2016 she enrolled in the Ontario College of Health and Technology to study Massage Therapy. As an RMT, Kaitlin is very dedicated to finding the source of discomfort in her patients and helping to relieve it. Techniques she engages are Deep Tissue Massage, Trigger Point Therapy, Fascial release and General Swedish Massage Techniques. 

Michelle Grybko, Chiropractor


 Dr. Michelle Grybko graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, earning her Doctor of Chiropractic degree. Since she was young girl, she played competitive soccer in the Hamilton and Ancaster areas, which translated into a passion for the human body. This curiosity led her to attend Brock University, where she graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology degree. Dr. Michelle has experienced first-hand how an injury can impact the body’s ability to function, but also how chiropractic can be an effective tool in healing and recovery. Dr. Michelle provides patient-centred care through diversified chiropractic technique. This involves manual therapies, including spinal and extremity manipulation, manual release therapy, and rehabilitation. Dr. Michelle has treated patients with a variety of conditions, most recently at Absolute Physiotherapy and Wellness in Burlington. Some common conditions include neck pain, back pain, headaches and coccydynia, also known as tailbone pain. With every patient, Dr. Michelle’s goal is to reduce pain, improve function and provide education about maintaining an optimal quality of life     

Shelley Parker, Administrator


 Shelley brings with her over 10 years of experience in retail customer service, hospital administration and emergency medical services. She understands the importance of promoting total well-being and enjoys seeing the successes of all the patients treated at our clinic. With a friendly demeanor she strives to make each patient;s visit pleasant.

 Our dedicated team of highly educated professionals are here to provide you with comprehensive rehabilitation services. Call us today. 

Dundas Community Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

60 Hatt Street, Suite 202, Dundas, Ontario, L9H 7T6

Phone: 1.905.627.2700 Fax: 1.905.627.2701 Email: info@dundasphysio.com


Open today

08:00 a.m. – 07:00 p.m.