Dr. Frank Baliko, Hons. B.Sc., D.C.
Dr. Baliko is a dedicated and caring practitioner who is committed to improving the health and well being of his patients. His clinical interests and treatment approach incorporates both traditional chiropractic techniques as well as active based therapies that involve deep tissue therapy, dynamic movements and clinical exercise. Dr. Baliko earned his Honours Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Toronto in 1999. For the next several years he dedicated his time studying and researching bone and soft tissue tumors in children and osteoarthritis development in adults. It is through this work that Dr. Baliko became inspired to become more hands in treating patients with bone, joint and soft tissue injuries.
In 2007, Dr. Baliko graduated with Honours from the New York Chiropractic College (NYCC). He has completed his certifications in both Ontario and the United States. He is registered with the College of Chiropractors of Ontario (CCO) and is a member of both the Canadian Chiropractic Association (CCA) and the Ontario Chiropractic Association (OCA). Dr. Baliko has continued to enhance his skills by becoming a certified provider of Active Release Technique (Spine, Upper Body and Lower Body) and Graston Technique (GT).
In 2011, Dr. Baliko opened Core Health Care, an integrated rehabilitation facility offering Chiropractic, Physiotherapy and Massage Therapy services. Since then, Dr. Baliko has been fortunate enough to open two additional rehab facilities, Dusk Physiotherapy in 2015 and most recently Dusk Physiotherapy North, both located in Brampton.
Dr. Terry Agayby, D.C,
CHIROPRACTOR, ACUPUNCTURE PROVIDER
I dedicated my education to health and wellness, as I have experienced first-hand the positive changes that chiropractic care can impart on one’s life. I attended the University of Toronto to complete a Bachelor of Kinesiology with a minor in psychology. I then continued my studies at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College to earn a Doctor of Chiropractic degree. Additionally, I hold a certificate in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture from McMaster University.
I approach pain holistically, by addressing the root cause of all musculoskeletal complaints and their social, emotional, and biological implications. I have clinical experience treating individuals of all ages for both acute and chronic conditions. My vision is to help patients optimize their health and performance with individualized treatment plans so that they may excel at what they love doing most – whether it is at work, home, or in sport. I pride myself on being trilingual to be able to serve as many people as possible; I am fully fluent in French and English, and conversational in Arabic.
Clinically, I have a special interest in treating headaches, vertigo, sport injuries, and tailbone pain. I use a variety of techniques including joint mobilizations, adjustments, myofascial release techniques, and rehab exercises. Because I believe that the patient should be in control of their recovery, I encourage them to participate in their care through education, ergonomic advice, and self-care strategies.
Dr. Sukh Bhatti, DC
Chiropractor, Acupuncture Provider
Dr. Sukh Bhatti is an evidenced based chiropractor who has always been motivated to assist others in reaching their health and wellness goals. He began his journey at York University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree with distinction in Kinesiology and Health Sciences. He then went on further to obtain his Doctorate of Chiropractic Degree at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, where he also gained certification in Functional Integrated Acupuncture.
Dr. Sukh has also played an active role within the community and has been a part of the healthcare team at Rexdale Community Health Centre, where he worked alongside medical doctors, nurse practitioners, and counselors to provide care to wide variety of patients. He has always had an individualized approach to care which has significantly helped to improve his patients function, and overall well-being.
Dr. Sukh uses current research to clinically assess, diagnosis and treat patients by providing a personalized treatment plan specific for their needs, lifestyle and goals. He encompasses a variety of hands-on skills such as spinal manipulative therapy, joint mobilization, myofascial release therapy, instrument assisted soft tissue therapy, acupuncture, sports taping and custom orthotics. He provides a special emphasis on rehabilitation therapy focusing on preventing injuries improving mobility and optimizing function.
Amanda Zuech, RMT Hons.
registered massage therapist
By joining the team at Dusk Physiotherapy, she’s adding onto her previous experience of working out of a sports injury and rehabilitation clinic here in Brampton.
Madison Glynn, M.Sc PT, BPHE
PHYSIOTHERAPIST, CONCUSSION MANAGEMENT
Madison Glynn is a registered physiotherapist and joined the Dusk team in March 2019. She completed her Master’s of Science in Physiotherapy from Brunel University, London, England in 2017.
Madison has furthered her education by completing a course in concussion management which aims to help educate and treat individuals dealing with post concussion symptoms. She also has a background in health promotion and fitness and has a passion for exercise.
She believes in helping people achieve their true potential through evidence based therapy, education, and active rehab. In her spare time Madison enjoys Crossfit, weightlifting, reading, and spending time with family and friend
Sabrina Pereira, B.Sc Hons Kin.
Sabrina graduated from Brock University with an Honours Bachelor’s Degree of Kinesiology. During her time at Brock University, Sabrina worked as a student strength and conditioning intern with the varsity rowing team learning how to develop sport specific training skills.
Sabrina also trained as a competitive gymnast for several years where she has learned many skills that have benefited her education such as strength and conditioning training and mobility training.
This has all led to developing her passion for exercise and helping others develop better quality of life with the use of exercise. During her spare time, Sabrina enjoys spending time with friends and family and working out.
Miriam Zajic, PT
Miriam earned her Physiotherapy Degree from University of Toronto in 1994. She started her physiotherapy vocation in St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto in 1994 working in neurology, ICU, orthopedics and general medicine. She has taken post graduate courses in manual therapy, manual chest therapy, McKenzie A,B,C,D,E, Neurological Dysfunctions, Mulligan Concepts, myofascial release, to name a few.
She moved to Brampton in 1995, and she has been serving Brampton residents since 1996. She has experience working in both private clinics and hospital settings, delivering primarily outpatient physiotherapy care. She worked at the Brampton civic hospital for 14 years as an outpatient physiotherapist, and in the fracture clinic working with orthopedic surgeons to rehabilitate patients after surgeries.
Miriam has assessed and treated a wide variety of musculoskeletal and neurologic conditions including post traumatic and post surgical injuries such as ACL injuries, hip replacements and rotator cuff tears. Miriam also has a strong focus on postural education and correction, injury prevention, functional recovery, and retraining muscle imbalances.