Dr. Salim Mana
DC graduated from New York Chiropractic College in 2017
Dr. Mana is our founder and head chiropractor here at Central Health. He graduated from New York Chiropractic College in 2017. He provides a variety of treatment options to help support the diverse needs of his patients. He has an extensive background in athletics and understands the mechanics of each sport. He develops return to sport treatment plans to help his athletes’ transition back to optimal performance.
Dr. Mana is a musculoskeletal expert that has dealt with a wide range of injuries. He is able to give pinpoint diagnosis and develop an accurate treatment plan in order to get the best results.
When Dr. Mana is not helping his patients, he enjoys participating in fitness and recreational sports. He is a firm believer that movement is essential to living a healthy lifestyle.
I’ve always had a passion for being a part of the health care field and have found a fulfilling career as a Registered Massage Therapist. I graduated from Humber College in 2017 and has been practicing in multidisciplinary clinics since then. I look forward to new challenges and learning experiences everyday. In a typical massage treatment I like to use trigger point therapy, myofascial release, Swedish massage techniques , stretching, joint mobilization, and deep tissue massage to ensure effective treatments. It is my happiness to help people recover from acute or chronic injuries/conditions. Besides treating, I love traveling to warm destinations, trying out new recipes, and hiking.
Upon completion of his Bachelor of Science(Honours) in Kinesiology( BHSc.Kin) at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Brandon then applied to and graduated from Queens University with a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy(MSc.PT) in 2017. He then went on to complete his Neurofunctional Acupuncture certification at McMaster University. Brandon has completed his Manual Therapy Level 1 and is currently working towards completing the remainder of the Manual Therapy Levels. Brandon has a strong sports therapy background in taping techniques, Soft Tissue Release training, acupuncture, exercise and extensive knowledge of many sports related and orthopaedic injuries. As a former high-level athlete, past experience as a trainer with the UOIT women’s soccer/lacrosse teams and possessing degrees in both Kinesiology and Physiotherapy, Brandon has accumulated extensive knowledge from all aspects of his involvement and is excited to apply his insights to the assessment, diagnosis and rehabilitation of your injury.