Nurturer, Friend, Hiker, Physiotherapist
Why I do this: Helping people is in in my blood. It’s who I am. I come from a family of doctors who dedicated their lives to improving the lives of others. Naturally, my patients have become a part of my life. I enjoy helping people dig deeper to discover the root of the problem. That’s where the healing begins.
What Makes Me Tick: Vestibular issues, post-surgical issues, sports injuries, concussions and “unsolved mysteries” of long term aches and pains.
Little Known Fact: I once lived in the woods of Mississippi.
Major Moment: I immigrated to Canada in 1996 without English, family or friends. The longer I stayed the clearer it became that I had made a very good decision.
Krisztina is a Hungarian-born Registered Physiotherapist who specializes in Manual Therapy, Vestibular and Concussion Rehabilitation. Prior to completing her Canadian National Physiotherapy exam, Krisztina worked in the National Orthopedic and Rheumatology hospitals, as a Physiotherapist assistant in seniors’ centres, as a nanny for families with special needs children and as a kinesiologist in a private clinic. When she’s not treating patients, she can be found in her kitchen, on the trails or behind the cover of a really good book.
I’ve spent close to 40 years abusing my body through sport and have subsequently been to many different physiotherapists. Krisztina is easily the best physio I have ever been to. She obviously has an extraordinary amount of knowledge and experience, as well as a keen clinical mind. She was extremely compassionate and had a genuine interest in helping me through my crisis and beyond, to prevent future issues. She is truly a gifted healer. Thanks Krisztina!