Fren completed her B.Sc. in Physiotherapy in the Philippines and she graduated from the Internationally Educated Physiotherapy Bridging Program at Ryerson University in 2010. Fren has focused on continuing her education in a variety of post graduate courses such as: McKenzie’s Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy approach, Lyn Watson’s Shoulder Course, Mulligan Concepts, APTEI, Soft tissue Release, GLA:D arthritis program, TMJ management, Concussion/Vestibular, and Acupuncture. She is always looking for opportunities to continue to enhance her skills by taking physiotherapy evidence-based courses to further benefit her clients and is an active member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and College of Physiotherapy of Ontario.
Fren has worked in a variety of healthcare settings including hospital, long-term care, home care, and private practice. She treats a wide range of conditions such as sports injuries, spinal, work injuries, post-operative and post fracture rehabilitation. Her mission is to work collaboratively with clients to help develop treatment plans that best align with their goals and provide the education and tools to take on their everyday physical challenges without limitations.
Outside of work, Fren enjoys reading a good book, cooking up a delicious meal, spending time at home with her family, and hiking with her dog Charlie.
Wilaida is a passionate physiotherapist who believes in empowering patients to achieve their best possible functional ability.
She completed her Bachelors Degree in Physiotherapy in the Philippines in 1998. She has extensive training in both hospital and outpatient settings, specializing in orthopaedic, neurological and sports rehabilitation. She has been an active member of the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario since 2010.
Wilaida has also completed courses in Mulligan Manual Mobilization with Movement, Acupuncture and Dry needling, The Physical Therapy approach to Female and Male Urinary Incontinence, Female and Male Pelvic Pain and Biopsychosocial approach to Chronic Pain. She continues to further her professional development by staying current using evidence-based practices to provide the best outcomes.
In her free time she enjoys the outdoors, gardening and cooking.