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Amanda Morin

Hon BSc. Kin



Amanda Morin  | AEM Physio | About


  • Post operative protocols

  • Sprains and strains

  • Post fracture physio

  • Geriatric 

  • Exercise prescription

  • Sport injuries 

  • Chronic injuries 

Education & Certifications

  • Hon BSc. Kin

  • MScPT

  • Acupuncture

My name is Amanda Morin and I am a Physiotherapist.


I graduated from the University of Toronto’s Masters of Physical Therapy Program in 2017. Prior to completing my Masters, I graduated from McMaster University with a Bachelor of Science in Honours Kinesiology.


My philosophy is grounded in empowerment. I believe in empowering my patients with knowledge, information and choice throughout their healing journey. Through education, manual therapy, and individually tailored exercise programs, I aim to return my patients to their best physical state while preventing further injury. I also recognize that healing is not only physical, therefore I take a body, mind, and spirit approach while conducting patient assessments and treatments.

People often ask me why I became a Physiotherapist and the answer is simple. From an early age, I developed a passion for the human body through my own involvement in a variety of competitive sports. Being an athlete, I dealt with many of my own injuries from sprained ankles to a torn hamstring. By learning about my injuries and how to heal, I also developed a keen fascination for helping others understand their bodies, their injuries, and ultimately get back to the activities they love. Naturally I wanted to become a physiotherapist and do exactly that. Now I get to wake up everyday and do what I love. 

I consider myself a life-long learner, knowing that each patient, each experience, and each opportunity to grow is essential in this line of work. I am actively furthering my education in manual therapy and acupuncture. And in 2022, I published the children's book, Move with Nature


In my spare time, I love travelling, dancing, and spending quality time with family. 

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