East End (2017 Danforth Avenue)

Agnes Budyn

Practice style (Philosophy)

Agnes graduated with a Doctors of Physiotherapy from Utica University in New York and completed a Bachelor of Science at McMaster University. She is a certified Orthopaedic Physiotherapist with a strong focus on Women’s Pelvic Health. Agnes has a particular interest in and passion for treating pelvic floor dysfunctions. With her post-graduate training in pelvic health and orthopaedic skills, she is committed to treating women who suffer from generalized pelvic/low back/hip pain and urogenital/ano-rectal dysfunction. She especially loves to work with women addressing concerns related to pregnancy and post-partum recovery throughout the lifespan. Agnes also brings personal experience to encourage, empower and support her patients throughout any pelvic health needs. Agnes uses education, exercise guidance and manual therapy to help you build confidence and strength in your pelvic floor and core.

Unique Facts

Agnes enjoys spending time with her 2 small kids and loves to be outdoors as much as possible! She is an avid snowboarder and skier in the winter months and enjoys long distance running, weight training and recently has taken up stand up paddleboarding in the summer months.

DPT, PT, BSc (Hons) Life Sci

  • Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy (women’s health)
  • Labor and Delivery Preparation
  • Postpartum rehab and Management of Diastasis Rectus Abdominis


Certified Physiotherapist and Women’s Pelvic Health Physiotherapist
Doctor of Physical Therapy, Utica University NY
Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Life Science, McMaster University
Pelvic Health Solutions Level 1: The Physiotherapy Approach to Female and Male Urinary Incontinence
Pelvic Health Solutions Level 2: The Role of Physiotherapy in the Treatment of Anyone Experiencing Pelvic Pain Through a Trauma Informed Lens
Pelvic Health Solutions Level 3: Biopsychosocial Reframed
Diastasis Rectus Abdominis and the Postpartum Core
Julie Wiebes Foundations: Diaphragm/Pelvic Floor Piston for Adult Populations (Modules 1-4)