Ms. Michelle DeYoung, Physiotherapist, Toronto, ON

Ms. Michelle DeYoung

Ms. Michelle DeYoung

Toronto, ON
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Ms. Michelle DeYoung Bio

Michelle DeYoung – RP Michelle graduated from Queen’s University with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy degree. She also holds an Honors Specialization in Kinesiology degree from The University of Western Ontario. Although having grown up in Toronto, she has spent most of her time working north of the city. Michelle believes in continuing education to further enhance herself professionally and is currently pursuing her manual therapy levels. Michelle enjoys working with patients of all ages and athletic backgrounds. In her spare time, she likes to stay active with such activities as running, playing with her dog, trail riding on her bike, snowmobiling or downhill skiing.

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Your Local Physiotherapist When treating patients with various conditions a local physiotherapist may use techniques such as musculoskeletal ultrasound, rehabilitative ultrasound, manual therapy, exercise and PRP (platelet-rich plasma). Surgery to treat people who snore or have a blocked nose or nasal passage issues. If you undergo sleep apnea treatment, you may work with your physiotherapist or physician, a sleep specialist, an otolaryngologist (ear, nose and throat doctor) and/or a CPAP specialist. Maintain a healthy weight. When you’re overweight, your heart and lungs work harder to supply oxygen throughout your body. Being overweight or obese can also puts extra strain on your joints, which can limit your mobility. To help maintain a healthy weight eat a heart-healthy diet and get regular exercise. 

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