Your Health Matters
A Team Who Cares
Our team of highly skilled and experienced Physiotherapists is dedicated to helping you recover from injuries, manage pain, and improve your physical function. We believe in a patient-centred approach and work closely with you to develop personalized treatment plans that meet your specific needs. Our goal is to help you achieve optimal health and wellness so you can live your life to the fullest.
We have two clinics; one in Brockville and one in Smiths Falls, serving multiple communities in the Ottawa Valley and the Thousand Islands region.
Thank you for choosing us as your healthcare provider, we look forward to working with you!
Meet Our Team
Owner & Registered Physiotherapist
Priyanka was born in a little town called Mussoorie in the foot hills of the Himalayas, India. Her parents believed in the utmost education and sent her to a private school where she learned English.
She graduated from Meerut University in 2002 as a Physiotherapist, and moved to New Hampshire, United States where she volunteered at the Southern New Hampshire Rehabilitation Centre and studied cranio-sacral therapy.
Priyanka moved to Ottawa in 2007 and
in 2009 became a licensed Physiotherapist in Ontario and has been practising since then (almost 14 years). She has furthered her studies in acupuncture, dry needling, pelvic health, and concussion management.
She has mentored Queens University and PSW students over the years and continues to give back by mentoring Physiotherapy Students.
Priyanka started her first practice in Prescott, Ontario in 2011 and also became a Canadian Citizen that same year. She acquired Brockville and Smiths Falls Physiotherapy and Sports Injuries Clinic in 2014. She owns and manages the 2 clinics now and works out of our Brockville clinic. She can not be missed with her laughter.
Priyanka takes pride in how hard all her staff work at both clinics in a positive environment of team work and best efforts regarding the patients care.
Priyanka enjoys spending time with her friends and her beautiful daughter, travelling, shopping/restaurants. She loves walking and gentle workouts including strength training. She continuously works on professional and personal growth. Priyanka does miss her family sometimes as they continue to reside in India.
Roy Myllari BA/BPHE, BHSc PT Queens University 1992.
Roy has over 30 years’ experience in Orthopedic and Sports Injury Management. He has been with the clinic since its inception 25 years ago.
He is a McKenzie trained spine injury practitioner with additional experience in acupuncture, medical exercise therapy, work conditioning and functional capacity evaluation. He has been the senior clinician for our facility for 25 years.
I completed my Bachelor’s Degree in Physiotherapy from Sancheti College of Physiotherapy, India in 2015, and am a certified Neurodevelopmental Therapist (C/NDT). With my experience of working as a Physiotherapist for more than 7 years, I am passionate about helping people improving their quality of movement to achieve optimal functional independence.
I have worked at clinics treating children with special needs for more than 5 years and also worked with Orthopaedic patients and the elderly. I have expertise in Paediatrics with congenital, genetic and neurological disorders, Torticollis, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), as well as a variety of orthopaedic conditions.
I am a strong believer that exercise and movement is a key component of all physical therapy and can always be made fun!
Kshama graduated from BPhT from Government Medical College in Nagpur Maharashtra India in 1994 and in 1996, completed her post graduate diploma in Rehabilitation PG dR. In 2008, she completed her post-graduate diploma in Hospital and Health Care Management from Yashwantrao Chavan Open University in India. She is a life member of the Indian Association of Physiotherapists and member of Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy Council Maharashtra.
She worked with the Health Department Maharashtra for 22 years. She has worked in various specialties from Pediatrics to Geriatrics in different locations. After working for many years, she wanted to have international exposure so decided that Canada would be the frontier to continue her skills.
She is a very compassionate person who likes helping people recover from injury or illness with the least pain possible. Movement and Exercise Designing is her hobby.
I graduated from the Medical Office Administrator Program while being a “stay at home Mom” and started working for the company in July of 2013. I continue to learn new skills whenever the opportunity knocks.
The best part of my day is seeing my patients leave the office feeling better and being able to return to the activities they love best.
When away from the clinics, I enjoy knitting baby blankets and spending time with my husband, two children and my grandbaby.
Hi, my name is Audrey and I have been working at Brockville Hometown Physiotherapy since 2016 in Administration. I take pride in treating patients with kindness.
A little bit about me: I was born and raised in Cape Breton and enjoy taking yearly trips back to my hometown. I enjoy camping and hiking in the 1000 Islands and spending time with my beautiful family.
Hi, I’m Calvin. I am a Physiotherapy Assistant and graduate of Bishop’s University. I grew up in Brockville, playing football and competitively swimming. This led me to pursue an education in sports science so that I can share my knowledge and experience with others.
In my free time I still like to swim, go hiking with my dog, and visit with friends and family. I consider myself lucky to be a part of the Brockville Physiotherapy team so that I can help others!
Kathy Edwards is a certified PSW who joined Smiths Falls Physiotherapy as a Physiotherapy Assistant in
February of 2019.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a doctor’s referral to have physiotherapy?
A referral from your doctor is not required to receive physiotherapy unless you are being treated for a WSIB claim. Most private insurance companies do require a medical referral, so it is best to check with your provider prior to your first visit.
How quickly will I be seen for my first appointment?
We will make every effort to book an appointment within 24 hours.
How many treatments will I need?
Every condition is individually evaluated, based on the person and severity of their condition and patient activity expectations. Your Physiotherapist will advise you of an appropriate treatment plan after your initial assessment.
How long will my appointment be?
This depends on the injury and type of treatment you require, but you can expect to be in the clinic for approximately 45 minutes to one hour.
Do extended health benefits cover physiotherapy treatments?
Most health plans cover physiotherapy treatment. It is best to check with your provider for more specific details on your coverage.
I have been in a motor vehicle accident, do I need physiotherapy?
After you file a claim with your insurance company, visit your doctor to discuss whether physiotherapy is appropriate for you.