2790 Bathurst Street Toronto, ON  M6B 3A5

(on the northwest corner of Bathurst & Glencairn, free parking behind us at 500 Glencairn Avenue)

© 2018 One Step Ahead Mobility.

Tel: 416-783-7175

Fax: 647-729-2292

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Tel: 416 783 7175

Tel: 416 783 7175

Muscle and Joint Disorders, Injuries, and Pain

We offer advanced manual therapy and other proven techniques for the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal/orthopaedic conditions, including acute and chronic pain, post-surgery rehab, and athletic injuries.

Neurological Injuries and Conditions

Our approach is based on the concept of neuroplasticity: the ability of the brain to change with intensive practice, and to re-learn physical function, whatever the age or medical condition(s).

Older Adults with Chronic or Complex Conditions 

Whatever your age or medical conditions, our physiotherapists have the advanced knowledge and expertise to help you reach your full potential. We are experts in chronic illness management!

One Step Ahead Mobility is dedicated to helping our clients achieve well-being through physical activity and functional mobility.

Toronto's Premier Full-Service Physiotherapy Clinic

Orthopedic and Sports Injuries Clinic - Including Evenings

We are open evenings on Mondays and Wednesdays until 8:00 pm!

Nationally and Internationally Recognized

For our unique expertise in physiotherapy and exercise for people with Parkinson's and other movement disorders.

We welcome pelvic health specialist Sogand Hariri, DPT, MScSEM on board!

Have you or your loved one been diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease or another neurological condition? 

Please call 416-783-7175 or complete the form below to inquire about a free consultation.

My Physiotherapy Story

I would first like to thank you all for providing the BIG program.

I was apprehensive at first, thinking that I would not be able to do most of the exercises. Much to my delight I found the program “doable”, although I had to push myself to do the exercises at home later in each day, as I felt tired … but I did them.

I think my walking has improved, although I have to concentrate on standing tall. Some exercises have been challenging as I am also recovering from surgery on my spine. These exercises have also helped strengthen the muscles in my back. My balance is getting a little better too.

I am able to use my right hand better since I started the program. I am able to use a needle and thread to do hand sewing, which is very important to me as a quilter. My writing has improved a little. I am using both hands on a keyboard, something I haven’t done in a long time. I am not handwriting this as it would take forever and be difficult to read.

I have enjoyed working with Aviva, who has been wonderful, and am very happy to have had this opportunity. I feel more confident about my future “living” with Parkinson’s. 

      - Virginia R.