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Naila Alyousef, Registered Orthopaedic and Pelvic Physiotherapist

After graduating from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor’s of Science in 2017, Naila went on to obtain her Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Toronto in 2019. Naila gained experience as an orthopedic physiotherapist for 3 years until her passion for women’s health led her to pursue further training in Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy. She currently sees women and children for pelvic physiotherapy, and all clients for orthopaedic physiotherapy.

Naila uses a comprehensive and holistic approach to treatment, integrating hands-on therapy, client-specific education and an individually tailored exercise program to help clients achieve their goals. She enjoys working closely with client’s of all ages and backgrounds to rehab their bodies, regain their function and improve their quality of life.

Naila is a lifelong learner and continues to build on her experience and training with further courses in perinatality, c-section rehabilitation, technologies to support pelvic health, visceral mobilizations, acupuncture and chronic pain management.

When she’s not treating patients, Naila enjoys being outdoors and spending time with her daughter.

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Lenore Foster, CYA-RYT300, CSE, Registered Yoga Teacher and Clinical Somatic Educator

Physiotherapy Assistant

Lenore studied Clinical Somatic Education at the Somatic Systems Institute in Northampton, MA and is certified as a Somatic Educator. Clinical Somatics is a form of neuromuscular retraining that alleviates chronic pain and improves function and mobility. Through her kindness, compassion and sense of humour, Lenore is interested in helping people get in touch with their bodies and help them learn the correlation between stress and how their bodies respond. Ultimately, she hopes to empower people to take control of their own wellness, so they experience more freedom and independence.

Lenore is also a 350-hour certified yoga teacher. She teaches locally and enhanced her studies with various courses including Kinesiology of Yoga, Therapeutic Yoga Intensive, Towards A Healthy Pelvic Floor, and The Roll Model Therapy Balls: Myofascial Self-Care for Yoga and Beyond. In 2015 she opened her home studio and has been offering Hatha Yoga and Somatic Education classes since then. She is currently working towards an additional 300-hour yoga teacher certification.

Meet The Physiotherapists at Lorne Park Integrated Health | (905) 891-2288