The Healing Chiropractic & Wellness Team
Dr. Maher Obeid
Dr. Maher Obeid is the owner and operator of The Healing Path. He is an honours graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis, Missouri and also holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Western Ontario. Dr. Obeid is an advocate for natural healthcare and provides chiropractic care for the entire family from children to seniors. Dr. Obeid treats a variety of ailments and conditions including headaches, sciatica, low back pain, neck pain, pregnancy pains and sporting injuries. Dr. Obeid is also a fully certified Active Release Techniques practitioner in addition to being a certified spinal decompression therapy provider.
Dr. Obeid is a member of the College of Chiropractors of Ontario, Ontario Chiropractic Association, Canadian Chiropractic Association and the Burlington Chamber of Commerce. He is also the recipient of numerous Burlington Post Reader’s Choice Awards for Best Chiropractor, most recently 2017.
Email Dr. Obeid for any further information regarding Chiropractic Care, Active Release Techniques or Spinal Decompression Therapy.
Dr. Jay Rappazzo
Dr. Jay was born and raised in Burlington, Ontario. He graduated in 2007 from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, Ontario. He utilizes acupuncture and deep tissue therapy to compliment his chiropractic treatments. His practice includes manual adjustive techniques, sports and spinal rehabilitation and various soft tissue techniques. He also focuses on exercise, diet and nutrition as key components to a healthy lifestyle.
Mohammed brings over 20-years of Physiotherapy experience to The Healing Path. He has extensive experience in many areas of Physical Therapy and rehabilitation, including neurological rehabilitation for clients with traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and post-stroke. He also received advanced training in Gait and Functional Rehabilitation from Switzerland as well as advanced training in rehabilitation for patients recovering from cancer, specifically lymphedema.
Email or call Mohammed any time if you want to discuss how can Physiotherapy help in your condition, Mohammed and his colleagues at the Healing path are exceptionally open to help and assist.
Abdalla has been a Registered Physiotherapist for over 13 years and an expert in assessing patient’s physical abilities, through evaluative procedures and functional testing. He is an expert in NDT (Bobath) for patients who suffer strokes, concussion, brain injuries. Also he has experience with pediatric patients with neuro-physical disabilities. He is an expert in manual therapy techniques including Mackenzie and other soft tissue techniques. He has hands on experience in planning and implementing programs of physiotherapy; exercise, instructions, mobilization, manual therapy, the use of electro-therapy and other mechanical equipment and hydro therapy. He also carries 13 years of experience in physical therapy and rehabilitation, 8 years experience in acute care and orthopedic settings, experience working in neuro-rehabilitation with adults and pediatric patients, experience working within a multicultural environment and experience in sports injuries and athletic rehabilitation.
Email or call Abdalla any time if you want to discuss how can Physiotherapy help in your condition, Abdalla and his colleagues at the Healing path are exceptionally open to help and assist.
Dr. Maisam Hasan
Dr. Maisam Hasan graduated from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine with a Doctor of Naturopathy. Her special interests are in treating women’s hormonal health concerns such as; irregular periods, thyroid conditions, painful periods, polycystic ovarian syndrome, menopausal symptoms and urinary tract infections. She also has experience with digestive issues and stress management. She believes in patient-centred care and in finding the root cause of your health concern. Her approach to treatment involves acupuncture, bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, botanical medicine, natural supplementation, diet counselling, injection therapy and extensive lab testing. Dr. Maisam can’t wait to meet you and help you on your journey towards the best health at The Healing Path Clinic.
Email Dr. Maisam for any further information regarding Naturopathic Medicine.
Sports Injury Therapist
Certified Personal Trainer
Erin O’Brien graduated from the Canadian Therapeutic College in 2003 to attain registration in both Massage Therapy and Sports Injury Therapy. With her Sports Injury Therapy background Erin has the complete knowledge in the use of modalities, taping, bracing, rehabilitation exercises, cupping and stretches for all sports related and non-sports related injuries. In order to fully expand her qualifications even more, Erin has certifications in Spinning, Personal training and fitness consulting. Starting her personal training career in 1999, she is still actively involved in both Personal Training and teaching spinning classes. In her spare time, Erin trains to compete every summer as a tri-athlete. Erin’s passion for her career is clearly shown in her ability to embrace each individual client and delivering a thorough and specific treatment according to their needs. Erin has used her Sports Injury Therapy and Massage Therapy expertise to work with many different sports teams and sporting events such as; the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, M.M. Robinson senior football and hockey teams, triathlon and soccer events.
Sports Injury Therapist
Lindsay Finley graduated in 2006 from The Canadian Therapeutic College in Burlington, Ontario with a license in Massage and Sports Injury therapy. Lindsay has trained with the Milton Marauders football team for 2 years and has gained a knowledgeable understanding for sports related injuries. Lindsay’s focus is to thoroughly understand and listen to her clients’ needs as well as make each appointment an enjoyable experience. Health is very important to Lindsay and she feels that massage therapy can be one of the leading preventative healthcare therapies that you can give yourself. Lindsay’s strong desire to succeed and passion for her work ensures her ability to go beyond her clients’ expectations.
Kellie Bankley is a Registered Massage Therapist licensed by the College Of Massage Therapist of Ontario. She graduated from the Canadian Therapeutic College in 2002 and has been in practice in Burlington for over 10 years. She is trained in various forms of massage such as pre and post natal massage, Trigger Point Therapy as well as Cupping Therapy and IMM Technique (Integrated Myofascial Release and Muscle Energy Technique). She believes it is important to integrate various elements into each treatment to help achieve individual goals, that might include alleviating pain, increasing range of motion or preventing injury. She is an empathetic individual committed to providing personalized care to each client and help to them to achieve their optimal health.
Richard Martin graduated in 2014 from Everest College in Hamilton. He has a passion for hockey and an even bigger passion for healing people. His treatments work to alleviate a variety of injuries including muscle strains, chronic pain and stress reduction. Each treatment he delivers is tailored to the client’s specific needs in the most safe and effective way. Richard aims for all his clients to be comfortable and always working with them towards achieving their next goal.
Julie Di Pietro
Julie is a Registered Massage Therapist and Fascial Stretch Therapist. She works with people of all ages and has experience treating acute and chronic conditions, neuropathies, TMJ issues, pregnancies, scars, and sports injuries. Her treatments can be relaxing in nature or therapeutic which may require client participation. She targets joints, fascial lines, and muscles using a variety of soft tissue techniques and stretching to help improve posture, increase range of motion and circulation, while decreasing pain, tension, and tightness. Julie is involved in community events like the Ride To Conquering Cancer and is currently studying Dolphin Neurostimulation: MPS Therapy, which reduces the effects of scars, scar tissue, and associated pain.