Our Story and Our Mission

Once upon a time, Sina,  our founder, was inspired in an unexpected place. It all began when a close friend suffered a severe injury that led them to physical therapy. Witnessing their journey to recovery sparked a deep empathy within him. He realized that healing went beyond just treating physical ailments; it was about addressing the emotional and psychological aspects of the patients as well.

Driven by this newfound purpose, he embarked on a mission to create a unique physical therapy clinic. He envisioned a space where not only injuries were treated but also the people behind those injuries were cared for. With unwavering determination, Sina is in the process of finding dedicated therapists, psychologists, and wellness experts who share his vision.

Our mission is to create a sanctuary, where patients feel heard, understood, and supported. We would like to implement bio-psycho-social approaches, incorporating mental health counselling, stress management techniques, and mindfulness practices into the traditional physical therapy sessions. We would like our clinic to be filled with positive energy and a sense of community, where our patients are encouraged and uplift one another during their healing journeys.

Word of our innovative approach has already spread, which has attracted patients from all walks of life. Each person who walks through the clinic’s doors find themselves not only relief for their physical pain but also a renewed sense of hope and empowerment. Our clinic has became a beacon of healing, transforming lives and fostering a sense of belonging among patients and staff alike.

Through our dedication to treating not just injuries but also the souls of those affected, we have created a legacy of compassionate care. Our clinic became a testament to the transformative power of empathy, showing the world that healing was not just about fixing the body part but nurturing the spirit as well.


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“It is much more important to know what sort of a patient has a disease than what sort of a disease a patient has” William Osler