Peak Form Physiotherapy's Location, Manifesto, and Team

Our Location & Facilities

Peak Form Physiotherapy is located at 515 Lakeshore Road East near Cawthra Road and the village of Port Credit in Mississauga. We are part of the new District at Lakeview commercial complex, on the ground level beside BMO Bank. There is free covered parking on site.

We are located between the Port Credit and Long Branch Go Train stations, a six minute drive from either station. Peak Form Physiotherapy is also accessible by Mississauga Transit via the #23 Lakeshore bus.

Our Manifesto

We're passionate about active lives and healthy living. We want to make a difference, person by person, one community at a time. We want to do this by being role models for our clients and for the community. Above all, we strive to provide quality care to help people get back to doing what they love.

Why do we do this? Because health and wellness relies on movement and mobility. Because a healthy community is an active and vibrant community.

Whether it’s being able to garden, walk your dog, hold that warrior pose, run a 5k, conquer a triathlon, travel the world, or just be able to live and work without pain, we can help you realize your goals, rehabilitate you to function, and assist you on your journey. We will progress together and be your personal cheerleaders.

Let’s lead active healthy lives together.
Are you ready? One day or day one. You decide.

Our Team

David Sun, Registered Physiotherapist

David Sun

Registered Physiotherapist

Being involved at an early age in several sports including soccer, volleyball, and snowboarding, David has had his fair share of injuries, including a serious knee injury that required him to undergo extensive physiotherapy. This gave him a profound perspective on the rehabilitation process as a patient, which he has carried with him. This experience has allowed him to more clearly understand patients’ needs.

David is dedicated to providing quality patient-focused care through manual therapy, education, and patient specific therapeutic exercises. He believes that the key to successful treatment starts with a thorough assessment to determine the root cause of pain or injury. David believes in continuous learning and has training in Mulligan Techniques, McKenzie Treatment approach to low back and neck pain, Manual Therapy, acupuncture, and dry needling. David is also a member of the Toronto Written Development Group (WIGC) for the Canadian Alliance of Physiotherapy Regulators, where he is involved with the development of content for the Physiotherapy Competency Exam. In his free time, David enjoys cycling, travelling, and exploring the Toronto food scene.

Mary Eng

Registered Physiotherapist

Mary graduated from the University of Western Ontario with a Master of Physical Therapy in 2010 after completing an Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology at the University of Waterloo. Since graduating, Mary continues to enhance her skills by completing numerous continuing education courses to provide her patients with the best possible care.

Mary enjoys helping people to achieve their goals of returning to their normal activities at home, work and sport. She has experience in treating individuals of all ages with a wide variety of conditions including acute and chronic pain, sports injuries, concussions, pre and post surgical restrictions, TMJ dysfunctions, dizziness and vertigo. Using a variety of techniques, such as manual therapy, exercises, acupuncture, and therapeutic taping, Mary is able to provide each person with a multifaceted and individualized approach.

Mary continues to volunteer her time and skills as part of the medical team at various sporting events such as the Junior Pan Am Badminton Championships, Ontario Summer Games, IIHF Women’s U18 World Hockey Championships, Pan Am and Para Pan Am Games, and several Skate Canada events.

Brenden Du

Registered Physiotherapist

Brenden graduated from McMaster University with a Bachelor of Science Kinesiology (Honours) degree in 2017 and went on to complete a Master of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto in 2019.

Brenden’s treatment approach consists of a combination of manual therapy and specific exercise prescription to address the issue at hand and any contributing factors. Currently Brenden has his Level 1 in Manual and Manipulative Therapy and plans to continue his education by further pursuing the Manual and Manipulative Therapy level system and starting courses for acupuncture.

On his spare time Brenden likes to stay active throughout the year by hitting the gym for resistance training and maintain his cardio by running. During the Winter he has his seasonal trips to the slopes to snowboard, and in the Summer spends his time tossing frisbee and in search for new trails to explore.

Thomas Gospodarek

Resident Physiotherapist

Thomas graduated from Brock University with a Bachelor's of Science in Kinesiology in 2012 then went on to the land down under to complete a Masters of Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney in 2018.

Since graduating Thomas has worked in private practice, which has given him the opportunity to work with a variety of populations and injuries. These include acute and chronic injuries, rehab pre and post surgery, repetitive strain disorders, and sports injuries. Thomas have a passion for athletics and has worked with both recreational and professional athletes providing injury diagnosis, treatment and prevention.

In his free time he’s likely catching up on Australian rugby, Formula one or playing basketball, although he’s better at watching it. Thomas is also Fluent in Polish.

Janine Hood

Registered Massage Therapist

Janine Hood graduated from Humber College's Advanced Diploma Massage Therapy program in 2013 and is a Member of the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. Treating a variety of conditions and injuries, Janine will conduct a patient assessment and develop a personalized treatment plan suited for each individual. Clinical treatments focus on reducing pain, improving range of motion and restoring functional limitations.

With a passion for the health care field, Janine enjoys working collaboratively with patients to achieve and maintain their short and long-term health and overall wellness goals. Outside of the office, Janine spends her free time walking her dog, watching movies, skiing, running, and dining at new restaurants.

Leanne Chan

Clinical Operations

Leanne comes from a multi-disciplinary background of science, art, and business which stems from her curious nature and her genuine interest in lifelong learning. With years of experience educating and communicating various health and scientific concepts to both patients and healthcare professionals alike, she brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the design, operations, and marketing at Peak Form Physiotherapy.

Leanne believes that the patient experience begins before you even enter the clinic. It starts from the moment you learn about us from your friend or doctor, or when you first stumble upon our website, or perhaps even the first time you meet us out in the community. To that end, she strives to ensure that all patients have a great experience at Peak Form Physiotherapy, with consideration for every aspect from accessibility and facilities, to the team members involved in your physical rehabilitation, in order to make your every visit comforting, motivating, and a step in the right direction.

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