Director, Physiotherapist

East End (2017 Danforth Avenue)

Jesse Awenus

Practice style (Philosophy)

Jesse specializes in managing acute and chronic pain stemming from sports injuries as well as the aches brought on by long hours of sedentary desk work. He believes in providing his patients with the independence, confidence, and ownership in their recovery. Jesse’s background in strength and conditioning allows him to tailor his treatments to the unique needs of each individual patient. He uses a movement-based examination to figure out what might be contributing to the pain and from there may elect to incorporate hands-on manual therapy, dry needling, and/or a specific exercise routine to get his patient moving and feeling better as quickly as possible. A cornerstone of Jesse’s practice is education: he believes that each patient should leave their assessment with a clear understanding of what’s wrong and how they might fix it.

Unique Facts

Jesse was a competitive basketball player who represented Team Canada at the 2005 Pan-American Maccabi Games in Santiago, Chile. He now enjoys staying active by weight training, playing golf and volleyball, and can also be found playing with his dog, Charlie, any chance he gets. Aside from clinical practice, Jesse is also a health and wellness contributor to Huffington Post Canada.

You can view his Huffington Post page here.


B.A Hons (Kin), MSc.PT, Dip.Manip.PT, FCAMPT, TPI-CGFI


  • Sports & Desk-work Injuries
  • Lower back & Shoulder Disorders
  • Custom Knee Bracing


Registered Physiotherapist
Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology and Exercise Science, York University
Master of Science in Physical Therapy, Queen’s University
Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy, Orthopaedic Division of the CPA
Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT)
Certified in Dry Needling (IMS)
Titleist Golf Fitness Instructor (TPI-CGFI)