Established in the fall of 2010, InFocus Rehabiliation Centre Inc. is a centre of excellence dedicated to providing professional treatment options and unique services to the people of Halton Hills, and beyond.
Located in the beautiful town of Georgetown, Ontario, our modern and up to date facility is easily accessible to all patrons. Our location boasts plenitful free parking accommodations and the clinic itself has been outfitted to be completely wheelchair accessible.
In addition to standard and state of the art equipment and modalities, our clinic atmosphere provides a warm, friendly environment to meet all of our patient's needs.
Neurological Rehabilitation is designed to help treat patients in the acute, rehab and chronic phases of recovery from various neurological conditions, including:
Each patient is individually assessed and treated one-on-one by Colleen in a 1-hour session, typically. In addition, Colleen also provides a homecare service to those who are unable to get to the clinic.
InFocus Rehabilitation Centre Inc. prides itself in being able to provide the very best in Physiotherapy services to all of our patients. Our Registered Physiotherapists have over 15 years of knowledge and experience in treating various conditions and injuries.
In addition to the unique fields of advanced treatment that we offer, some of the more common conditions that we see patients for include:
InFocus Rehabiliation Centre Inc. also provides post-surgical care and treatment. Having successfully treated many of the their patients, Jenni Veneruz, RPT continues to work with with several surgeons within the Halton Hills area. Surgical conditions that are commonly treated include:
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Thank you for taking the time to visit our InFocus Rehabilitation Centre Inc. page. We are a physiotherapy clinic in Georgetown, ON devoted to providing the utmost in care and treatment to the people of Halton Hills.
Established in the fall of 2010, InFocus Rehabilitation Centre Inc. is a centre of excellence dedicated to providing professional treatment options and unique services to the people of Halton Hills, and beyond. Located in the beautiful town of Georgetown, Ontario our modern and up to date facility is easily accessible to all patrons. Our location boasts plentiful free parking accommodations and the clinic itself has been outfitted to be completely wheelchair accessible.
Please take the time to explore our entire page, which outlines all of the various services that we offer (ie. physiotherapy, massage therapy, vestibular rehabilitation, neurological rehabilitation, dietician services). Should you require any further information or have any specific questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Jenni is a Registered Physiotherapist with more than 18 years of experience in both hospitals and private clinics. Jenni has advanced training in Vestibular Rehabilitation. She has advanced courses in different areas of Orthopedics and is well respected by area physicians. Jenni guest lectures at the University of Toronto and is a lifetime resident of Georgetown. Jenni is the Founder and Director of InFocus Rehabilitation Centre Inc.
Kathleen is a Registered Physiotherapist as well as certified in MLD with extensive experience in orthopaedics. She has completed many post graduate courses and has a special interest in the management of lymphedema.
Colleen is a Registered Physiotherapist and has completed her Masters of Science in Physiotherapy at McMaster University and recieved her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at the University of Waterloo. Through various work and academic experiences, Colleen quickly realized her passion was working in the field of Neurological Rehabilitation. She has had experience working with an assortment of neurological conditions in hospital settings, private physiotherapy clinics and in the community. Colleen has also completed post-graduate work in Soft Tissue Release and NDT.
Renate Van Leeuwen is a Registered Physiotherapist who has more than 16 years exerpeince working in a variety of hospital rehabilitation environments, including both inpatient and outpatient settings. She is an NDT trained therapist with expertise in treating neurological conditions and restoring optimal mobility.
Kirstin Bult is a Registered Kinesiologist and a Certified Exercise Physiologist, with the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology. Her passion lies with helping each individual reach their fullest health potential through a well developed exercise program. She brings with her a wealth of knowledge and experience through her educational studies from the University of Toronto and Humber College. As well, Kirstin has completed advanced training in concussion management.
Marisa Martin is a Registered Massage Therapist and Certified Acupunturist. Her clinical areas of interest include sports injuries, TMJ, sprains/strains, back pain, headaches and neck pain. When she is not working, Marisa enjoys outdoor activities like cycling, golfing and cross-country skiing.
Leanne Burke completed a four year Bachelor of Arts Degree with Honours at the University of Waterloo in Recreation and Leisure Studies - Gerontology Minor. She then went on to Humber College and completed the Physiotherapist Assistant Program with Honours. In the past ten years, She has become especially interested in the administrative, human resource and management side of privately owned businesses. Leanne is well versed in dealing with WSIB, MVA and private health care claims and processing.
Emily is the evening receiptionist and is finishing up her last year of high school. Emily completed a high school co-op placement at InFocus in July and August 2014.
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