About James Braithwaite, PT, MSc.(PT), FCAMPT

James Braithwaite, PT, MSc(PT), FCAMPT

James is a physiotherapist who has been practicing in the Bloor, Yorkville and Annex neighborhoods of  Toronto since 2012.

As a physiotherapist, James is highly involved in community life, he sponsors local events and sporting groups, provides lectures at Centennial College and instructs in the school of continuing studies at Western University.

James is a fitness and sports enthusiast of many stripes (and skill levels!). His physiotherapeutic mantra “Move Beautifully!” is infused with his strong belief that we all get to think of ourselves as athletes, regardless of our physical situation, by training in a thoughtful, progressive manner for specific physical outcomes.

As you will see when you meet him, James loves what he does.

About Dr. Michael Berenstein, DC

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Growing up, Dr. Berenstein was passionate about sports, science and helping others. He knew this would lead him to a career in healthcare someday. In college, he studied biology and kinesiology, learning about the human body and how it moves.

In his personal life, chiropractic care helped relieve the pain and symptoms of scoliosis and neck issues. All of this led perfectly into a career in chiropractic.
Dr. B attended Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Downtown Toronto, graduating with his Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 2004. He opened his practice that same year, and has been helping patients move better so they can feel better ever since.


About Susan Shipton, RMT, MSClSc

Susan Shipton, RMT

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Susan has been a massage therapist since 2012 and offers a combination of advanced education and astute analysis within a nurturing environment. She has extensive experience assisting in rehabilitation from injury and surgery, supporting people through all stages of cancer treatment, and helping manage chronic conditions such as lymphedema and persistent pain.

In 2021, Susan earned a master’s degree in Interprofessional Pain Management from the Advanced Health Care Practices program at Western University. She regularly presents to health providers on aspects of pain and oncology massage and has published articles in Massage Therapy Today.