Purpose as a physio
To help people of all ages & levels reach their potential and optimize their recovery. Throughout my treatment sessions, I use a combination of techniques: sometimes I teach exercises, modify activities, and use manual therapy, while other times the emphasis is on education and honest conversations about outcomes and expectations. Every person and injury is unique, my job is to look at the big picture and find the right pieces of the puzzle.
I grew up eating, sleeping and breathing sports. In university, I competed in track- middle distance running. I also dabbled in soccer, tennis, yoga, and even tried fencing! Nowadays I enjoy running, playing the piano, spending time with our elderly dog, Stella, watching sports (Go Leafs), and cooking. My pandemic hobby is apprendre le français!
Future professional development plans
Besides trying to keep up with the latest research/evidence, I plan to further my knowledge in treating foot and ankle injuries.
I was originally trained as a Physical Education teacher in Hungary!
416 Physio is amazing! I had a pretty intense ankle injury and after spending almost six weeks in a cast things really started to turn around once I started Physio with Orsi. She was so encouraging and supportive, but also so knowledgeable about how to get me moving again and on a path to recovery. The approach that she took always made me feel empowered and capable of getting better. The exercises she suggested were challenging but doable. Orsi also was also able to communicate effectively with my doctor, which made a big difference in making sure everyone was on the same page.
Overall my experience at 416 Physio has been amazing, and I’ll be recommending them to anyone who needs physiotherapy for any reason. Their facility is nice and modern, they’re super flexible about appointments and hours, and the care you get is exceptional. Highly recommended!