Registered Physiotherapist
Clinic Owner

Priya Maloni

Priya graduated from the University of Toronto with a Masters of Physiotherapy (2008) and a Bachelor of Exercise Science specialized in Clinical Exercise Physiology (High Distinction, 2006). Priya has completed courses in Active Release Techniques (ART) for Spine and Upper Extremity, Level 1 Naturopathic Medicine (AFCI), Advanced Manual Therapy and Advanced Pelvic Health Certification. She is currently the co-owner of PhysioDNA with 3 locations servicing the Greater Toronto Area. She enjoys learning and continues to take courses to advance her clinical and industry skills. Priya believes strongly in prevention, maintenance and empowering her patients to lead healthy lifestyles and take an active part in their care.

All You Need To Know About Plantar Fasciitis

  What is Plantar Fasciitis? Plantar fasciitis is the leading cause of heel pain, occurring with irritation of a band of tissue located at the base of the foot called the plantar fascia. The plantar fascia plays an important role in the biomechanics of the foot, including dynamic support of the arches, providing shock absorption and […]

What is Osteopathy?

Have you found yourself asking: What is this osteopathy that my insurance plan covers and how is it different from Physiotherapy or Chiropractic?  Good Question What is Osteopathy Osteopathy is a patient centered form of manual health-care that involves different aspects of the person’s neuro-musculoskeletal system including the muscles, joints, nerves and other skeletal tissues. […]

Foam Rolling 101

Foam rolling is a popular method of myofascial release with many benefits. One of the great things about it is you can do it yourself, any time. All you need is a foam roller! Oftentimes, this technique is used pre- or post- workout, but it’s also incredibly beneficial for those who work behind a desk […]

Physiotherapy: Setting the Record Straight and Debunking the Myths

As a healthcare profession, physiotherapy is often misunderstood and shrouded in myths and misconceptions. Some people may have heard certain claims or anecdotes about physiotherapy that are inaccurate or outdated. These misconceptions can create unnecessary fear or skepticism about seeking physiotherapy treatment, ultimately leading to missed opportunities for recovery and rehabilitation. In this blog post, […]

The 3 P’s: Pelvic Floor, Pregnancy and Physiotherapy

What is the pelvic floor? – Pelvic floor muscles are located between the tailbone and the pubic bone within the pelvis. They help to support bowel and bladder, and other pelvic organs. – Signs and symptoms of an unhealthy pelvic floor can include incontinence (e.g. urine or stool leakage), feeling of vaginal heaviness, constipation, etc. […]

Take care of your body, it is the only place you have to live.
– Jim Rohn

What is an Athletic Therapist?

Athletic Therapy is a component of health and fitness care that is specifically involved with the prevention of injury and the rehab of the patient back to optimal levels of operational, occupational and sports specific physical fitness, regardless of age and capability.

Help my Posture and Alignment

In our modern culture, most people suffer from bad posture, or I prefer saying lack integrity in their posture. Since our lifestyles involve a lot of sitting, our bodies adapt to flexion (bending forward). As a result, mobile joints in our body get stiff (hips, ankle, shoulders, T spine, and wrist), and stable joints start […]

Four Tips for Winter Running

With the first snowfall a couple days ago, it is safe to say we have officially entered winter.   This means finding ways to adjust to the cold and the changes in terrain. For runners, some may decide to opt for treadmill runs. For others, it simply means layering up and tackling the outdoors head-on. […]