How we can help you
- Get you back to what you enjoy doing
- Get you moving, maybe more than before!
- Get you stronger and more stable, performing at your peak!
- Help you build confidence and wellbeing
- Promote independence
Each person who accesses SIPS is unique and you will be provided with a tailored individualized physiotherapy treatment plan to help you recover in a timely manner and avoid re-injury. After all, prevention is the best medicine.
Services provided by SIPS
The 1-hour assessment includes:
- Completion of a detailed medical history
- ‘Hands-on’ testing assessing your movement, flexibility, strength, balance, proprioception and endurance
- An explanation of your symptoms and the cause of the issues
- Identification of your goals
- Development of a treatment plan
Make an appointment
Stretch It Physiotherapy Services (SIPS) offers one-on-one physiotherapy in your home to all age groups in Toronto.
Our staff serve patients like you within the boundaries of Queens Quay to the south, Wilson Avenue/York Mills Road to the north, Hwy 427 to the west and Bayview Avenue to the east.
You do not need a physician’s referral to access our services; however, some insurance companies require a physician’s referral for re-imbursement. A receipt will be provided for all visits.
Years of training and experience uncover your best path to recovery.
Wendy Barden, is the owner of Stretch It Physiotherapy Services (SIPS) and is a physiotherapist and kinesiologist trained to treat patients of all ages, from infancy through geriatrics.
Upon graduating from physiotherapy, Wendy worked at The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto primarily treating children with orthopaedic, burn or hand injuries. Following her work at SickKids, Wendy established SIPS in 2006 and has worked extensively in a variety of areas with all age groups providing treatment for many clinical conditions. She has completed postgraduate courses in orthopaedics, post hip and knee rehabilitation both on land and in the water, osteoporosis prevention and bone health maintenance, balance and exercises prescription. Wendy is also GLA:D certified and BoneFit certified.
Wendy obtained her Kinesiology degree (1984) from the University of Windsor, her Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy (1987) and Master of Science (1999) from the University of Toronto. She is a member in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario.
In Wendy’s spare time she enjoys cycling, hiking and staying fit…after all ‘you have to walk the talk’.
Anne Ayling Campos
Anne completed her Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy from the University of Toronto in 1987. Since graduating Anne has worked at The Hospital for Sick Children in a variety of areas with a focus in musculoskeletal and orthopaedic conditions. Anne has extensive experience in rheumatology and chronic pain conditions. She has completed several post graduate courses, with a recent focus on Graded Motor Imagery (GMI) for neuropathic pain and Pelvic / Perineal Re-education training.
Anne is a member in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario.
Anne enjoys spending time with her family and walking her dog Boyo.
Chris comes to Stretch It Physiotherapy with an extensive background in paediatric physiotherapy.
She graduated from the University of Toronto in 1981 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physiotherapy. At that time, she began her career at The Hospital for Sick Children and for the next 35 years she developed skills as an expert clinician, researcher and administrator.
In 2000, Chris obtained a Master’s of Science from the Institute of Medical Science at the University of Toronto.
Chris has practiced in all aspects of acute paediatric physiotherapy with a particular interest in paediatric plastic surgery. She has extensive experience in the physiotherapy management of children with burns and nerve injuries, with a special focus on the assessment and treatment of children with obstetrical brachial plexus injuries. Chris’s is co-developer of the Active Movement Scale (a paediatric evaluation tool for children with brachial plexus injuries) and her numerous academic publications and specialized evaluation skills have led to frequent opportunities as a presenter and invited speaker at local and international conferences and workshops and at the University of Toronto.
Chris is pleased to be able to share her clinical skills with the Stretch It Physiotherapy team. She is in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario.
Chris has a passion for health and nutrition. In her spare time she enjoys delving into low carb baking and spending as much time at the cabin as possible.