Dr. Michael Takes


BSc, CSCS, DC - Co-Founder

In 1999, Dr. Takes, received his Doctorate in Chiropractic (DC) and diploma in acupuncture from the National College of Chiropractic in Chicago, Ill. Also in 1999, he received certifications as a strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) and as an active release technique provider (ART). In 1994, he received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Western Ontario, where he also played varsity soccer.

Presently, Dr. Takes practices at the Dunfield Physio and Rehab Centre and is also the Medical Director at Preszler Injury Lawyers Law Firm.

His philosophy: The relationship between muscles and joints is very interactive and interdependent. You can’t have an injury to muscle and not affect the joint it crosses and vice versa.  It is imperative that treatment addresses both muscles/fascia and joints and is why manipulation, ART® and/or acupuncture play a major role in the treatment plan.

Each patient will receive a customized treatment and rehabilitation program specific to the patient and the injury, which is based on an accurate diagnosis from the most current and evidence based orthopedic and functional tests. After receiving an accurate diagnosis and implementing a combination of soft tissue therapy, acupuncture and rehabilitation, each patient can expect not only their pain to improve but that the core/root problem is being corrected.

Stephen O'Brien

Massage Therapist

BA, RMT - Co-Founder

Steve has been a Registered Massage Therapist for 20 years with an exceptional record of service. His focus is on therapeutic and sports rehabilitation, but his range of treatments includes deep tissue to relaxation to lymphatic drainage. His passion for massage was developed from a young age when he was playing many team sports and having to seek treatment for his own injuries.

His extensive background has been as a Regional Health Manager with GoodLife fitness since 2000 to present overseeing the quality and efficiency for the company. Steve looks forward to meeting with you and to tailor a treatment plan that will get you the best results in a shorter time span. 

Bojan Hasanagic



Bojan received his Bachelor degree in Kinesiology and Health Sciences from York University, after which time he continued his education and completed his Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) at D’Youville College in Buffalo, New York. He spent his early years of practice in Houston, Texas working at an Outpatient Physical Therapy clinic, treating patients of varying musculoskeletal conditions including post-operative, acute strains/sprains, and chronic pain. He has a strong passion for working with athletes and has had the privilege of working with many Division I NCAA Athletes, helping them return to competition. Bojan is committed to providing quality care by integrating his extensive clinical experience and evidence based practice. He believes that personalized treatment plans that combine manual therapy, soft tissue release, exercise prescription, and education are integral for successful outcomes. Bojan places great value on professional growth and his continuing education courses include IASTM (instrument assisted soft-tissue mobilization), Acupuncture, Kinesiotaping (KT), and Mulligan Techniques.   

When Bojan is not in the clinic, he enjoys travelling, road cycling, running, triathlon, hiking, and playing basketball. As an athlete himself, he understands and is able to educate his clients on the importance of a healthy and active lifestyle, while helping them return to their prior level of function without pain. Odds are you will catch Bojan running the trails around Toronto with his Vizsla, if you see them be sure to say hello!

Dr. David Robertson



Dr. David Robertson is a graduate of the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. Prior to this, he completed a Bachelor of Science with Honours in Kinesiology from York University. During the time Dr. Robertson was enrolled at CMCC, he worked with Canadian Fitness Professionals incorporated to certify and educate fitness professionals within the Greater Toronto Area.

He focuses on generalized fitness and conditioning while utilizing functional fitness screens and rehabilitation to ensure his patients receive the best treatment possible. He continues to teach and educate fitness professionals to ensure a cohesion exists between the fitness and therapy worlds.

He works alongside multiple gyms throughout the GTA, teaching the important practices of injury prevention in a gym and sport setting. Therapeutic Techniques used are mobilization/manipulation, electroacupuncture, myofascial tissue release, electrotherapy and Cupping Therapy.

Shazz Malik



Physiotherapist, Practicing since 2018 

Clinical Focus:  Pre and Post Operative Rehab, 
IASTM (Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization), 
Active Soft Tissue Release, 
McKenzie Technique.

Michael Ageday

Holistic Nutritionist


Hi, I’m Mike and I am a Registered Holistic Nutritionist & graduate of CSNN Toronto. 

I have been in the fitness industry for well over 10 years, and have competed as a Drug Free Athlete. 

I help people with complex and chronic health issues. 

My focus is to help you achieve your personal health goals by addressing any concerns or challenges you may be experiencing, through a natural Holistic approach. 

Located inside the Dunfield Goodlife

110 Eglinton Avenue East

Toronto, Ontario

M4P 2Y1


Opening Hours:

Mon - Fri: 9am - 8pm 

​​Saturday: 9am - 4pm ​

Sunday: 11am - 4pm


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