• Cardiorespiratiory Physiotherapy
  • Children's Physiotherapy
  • Geriatric Physiotherapy
  • Neurological Physiotherapy
  • Orthopedic Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy
  • Rehabilitation and Pain Management
  • Sports Physiotherapy
  • Vestibular Rehabilitation
  • Women's Health Physiotherapy

The Wandering Healer Physiotherapy


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Celia Rojas is a Registered Physiotherapist and is available to heal all your muscle, joint, skin, nerve, pain issues and more.%0a%0aCelia received a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Biology from University of Toronto followed by post-gradaute studies in gerontology and then graduated from University of Vermont with a Master’s in Physical Therapy in 2004.%0a%0aSoon after graduation Celia decided to wander throughout the United States. To be able to discover new cities and people she worked as a traveling physiotherapist. Working in a variety of different settings such as nursing homes, rehabilitation centres and home care, Celia was exposed to a great number of wonderful patients with a great variety of illnesses, disabilities and deficits to overcome. Celia currently works at St.Michael’s Hospital in Toronto, on the inpatient orthopaedic/neurology unit, but also enjoys working with patients in their homes as the wandering healer.%0a%0aCelia specializes in post-surgical/post-joint replacement rehabilitation, neuromuscular disorders, chronic disease, lymphedema and chronic pain management (Dermoneuromodulation).%0a%0aSpecial Training:%0a%0aAs a graduate of the McMaster University Contemporary Acupuncture Program, Celia is a fully certified to use acupuncture as an adjunct to physiotherapy treatments.%0a%0aShe is also Vodder certified to perform Manual Lymphatic Drainage and Combined Decongestive Therapy to treat patients suffering from primary and secondary lymphedema as well as a number of other issues that involve edema or fluid retention in your body (i.e. post-surgical edema, venous insufficiency, scar management…).%0a%0aCelia also uses Dermoneuromodulation techniques to reduce and eliminate pain. Particularly pain issues that have been difficult to resolve with more traditional methods of massage and/or physiotherapy.%0a%0a“I love my profession and enjoy helping others achieve a stronger, more confident body; To live life to the fullest; To return to wandering through a park; To return to wander-cycling through the city; To return to activities that once filled your life with peace and happiness.”