Meet the Team
B.Sc.(PT), B.Sc., Cred MDT
Cheryl Davies is a Registered Physiotherapist who graduated in 1994 from the University of Western Ontario with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy. Prior to that Cheryl obtained a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Guelph in 1991. Cheryl has varied experience in Orthopaedics working in the Hospital and Private clinic settings with workplace injuries, sports injuries and motor vehicle accidents. Cheryl has extensive post graduate training on the treatment of muscle, joint, ligaments and nerve injuries.
Cheryl is credentialed in the McKenzie system for assessment and treatment of neck and back injuries. A lifelong learner, Cheryl has completed various post graduate orthopaedic and manual therapy courses and examinations. Some of the Orthopedic and manual therapy courses Cheryl has taken include completion of the Orthopaedic divisions Level 1 through 5 Orthopedic manual therapy courses as well as world renowned Wendy Aspinall's Peripheral and Spinal Orthopedic Courses. She has also taken various taping, neurodynamic, acupuncture, and Mulligan courses. Cheryl is a co-owner of Brooklin Village Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic.
Cheryl has a special interest in treating TMJ or temporal mandibular joint (jaw) problems. She is also very interested in treating and educating women after having children on how to restore their core including pelvic floor (Postpartum Health for Mom's).
Cheryl's hobbies include: yoga, mountain biking, skiing, kayaking and hiking with her family. She is also interested in becoming a better golfer and has taken Fit Fore Golf courses that give her more insight into treating clients with golf injuries.
M.Cl.Sc(Manip), B.Sc.(PT), FCAMPT, Cred MDT
Rick Fryzuk is a Registered Physiotherapist who graduated in 1994 from the University of Western Ontario with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy. After working in several different physio clinics and gaining extensive experience in Orthopaedics Rick decided to open Brooklin Village Physiotherapy in 1999 in order to provide the treatment he felt was lacking in his home community. Over the years Rick has continued to put a strong emphasis on his post graduate education finishing the former EV Series of courses and then completing the Advanced Spinal Manipulative Therapy Specialization Program with internationally recognized physiotherapist Wendy Aspinall.
Rick also completed the McKenzie International Series of courses for spinal treatment and successfully challenged the McKenzie Credentialing examination. Rick has continued to take Orthopaedic and Sports therapy based courses and received his Diploma in Advanced Manual and Manipulative Therapy in 2005 becoming a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manual Physical Therapists (FCAMPT). Rick also has extensive experience in the treatment of sports injuries coming from his time as the Chief Physiotherapist for the Ontario Provincial Women's Field Lacrosse Team, working with the Brooklin Redmen Lacrosse team, working with international level Figure skaters and hockey players and through treating numerous high level athletes in the clinic. Rick continues to work extensively with athletes from various sports both professionals and amatuers including hockey, figure skating, lacrosse, soccer, rugby and baseball to name a few.
Rick's desire to continually learn and further his education saw him return to complete his Master's degree in Manipulative Physiotherapy, MClSc (Manip) from the Western University. Rick has always believed learning is lifelong and enjoys mentoring University Physio students and giving High School students co-op experiences.
When Rick isn't in the clinic you will most likely find him on two wheels either mountain biking or road cycling; on the water either canoeing, kayaking or on his SUP; playing hockey or relaxing at home with his family most likely watching sports or listening to music on vinyl.
Jason graduated from Western University with a Master of Physical Therapy degree. Prior to this, he also received his Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from the University of Waterloo. Jason is passionate about helping individuals achieve their personal goals and getting back to performing activities that they love. He utilizes a patient-centered approach that focuses on active listening, collaborating, and empowering the patients to be the driver in their care. Using an evidence-based approach, his treatment consists of patient education, manual therapy, and functional exercises that are tailored to the patient needs and goals.
During his time at the University of Waterloo, Jason worked as a Strength and Conditioning Intern where he gained practical experience with designing and implementing exercise programs for student-athletes from multiple varsity teams including football, basketball, and hockey. Jason also worked as a research assistant at Toronto Rehabilitation Institute working with the stroke and acquired brain injury population. Being a believer in lifelong learning, Jason plans on taking courses in acupuncture, dry needling, and orthopedic manual therapy. In his spare time, Jason can be found enjoying the outdoors playing sports, traveling, and always looking to try new restaurants. Jason also enjoys weightlifting and is a huge Toronto Raptors fan!
Jennifer completed her Canadian manual therapy exams in 2000 and practiced in the outpatient therapy department at Sunnybrook HSC in orthopaedic manual therapy and vestibular rehabilitation since the mid 1990’s. until 2022. She received her certificate of competency in vestibular rehabilitation from Emory University (Atlanta, Georgia) and the American Physical Therapy Association in 2007, her competency certificate for cervicogenic dizziness in 2009 and her competency certificate in the interpretation and application of vestibular laboratory testing in 2010. Jennifer founded the vestibular rehabilitation program at Sunnybrook was the clinical leader for this area. In 2008, Jennifer completed the Master’s of Clinical Science (in the area of manipulative therapy) at the University of Western Ontario, working on research in the area of whiplash associated disorders and chronic pain.
Sujansrinivas Rengarajan (Sujan)
Sujan is a Physical therapist with over 14 years of international and Canadian Physical Therapy experience, focusing on adult Neuro-Musculo-Skeletal Rehabilitation. Being fluent in languages such as English, Hindi, and Tamil facilitates establishment of a conducive rapport with his clients.
He conducts mobility and functional assessments to identify specific impairments and modifiable bio-mechanical factors. He is resourceful in providing holistic and evidence informed Physical Therapy interventions to address the identified impairments. He gives utmost importance to overall quality of life of his clients, helping them return to optimal function within the context of extent of injury and resulting impairments. He helps his clients accomplish goals of improving activity tolerance.
Apart from providing Physical Therapy services, you can find him singing songs from Indian movies on karaoke platform-Smule and on his channel in Youtube.
Registered Massage Therapist
Navjot Malhi graduated from Royal Canadian College of Massage Therapy and is an active member of College of Massage Therapy of Ontario. She is passionate about Massage therapy and believes massage therapy as an integral part of aa person’s well-being. She is trained in various massage techniques including Swedish massage, deep tissue and therapeutic massage. Her treatments focus on patients’ needs and treatment goals which includes reducing stress and tension, relieving pain and increasing joint range of motion.
Anjelica is our Office Manager and often the first friendly face that greets you when you enter Brooklin Village Physiotherapy. She keeps the clinic running efficiently, by managing the schedules of our front desk and physiotherapists as well as processing any insurance claims. Anjelica always strives to go the extra mile to enhance the quality of care offered at Brooklin Village Physiotherapy.