Azita Tayyeba

Azita is based in Thornhill. Azita has been a practicing physiotherapist since 1991 and received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2016. She has extensive post graduate education in physiotherapy, including manual therapy, Mulligan Concept, therapeutic taping and exercise prescription. 

Azita is a Certified McKenzie Therapist (MDT) and frequently employs these evidence based techniques in assessment and treatment of clients suffering from acute and chronic neck and back pain conditions. In addition, she is a certified Bobath Therapist and applies Neurodevelopmental training Techniques (NDT) in assessment and treatment of clients with neurological conditions such as CVA (stroke), Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and brain injury. She is also an ADP authorizer and assists her patients in need of mobility aids to secure funding from OHIP. With over 20 years of experience as a physiotherapist, Azita has developed special interest in orthopedic & neurological physiotherapy. Azita has an active lifestyle and enjoys playing tennis, hiking, biking, swimming and practicing yoga. She gives back to her community by volunteering her time & expertise in health care education and cultural events.

  • Registered with College of Physiotherapists of Ontario
  • Member of Canadian Physiotherapy Association
  • Member of CPA neurological division
  • Member of McKenzie Institute Canada
Hi my name is Denise Belanger and I was diagnosed with rotator cuff tendonitis December 2009. I wanted to take this time to write a bit about my experience at Toronto Semi and the professionalism I received while being treated. Upon entering the front door I was greeted by the manager Roxanne Walsh who was extremely professional, courteous and understanding. The receptionists were very approachable, kind, caring and helpful. I was immediately set up with my Practitioner who was very approac...

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