• Qualified Clinicians
  • Clinical Excellence
  • Multidisciplinary
  • Knowledgeable Staff
  • Accepted by Insurers
  • Qualified Clinicians

    Taking pride in your care

  • Clinical Excellence

    Always informed

  • Multidisciplinary

    We take the team approach

  • Knowledgeable Staff

    Education focused

  • Accepted by Insurers

    WSIB, Health Plans & MVA

Welcome to Go T.O. Physio & Rehab!

Go T.O. Physio & Rehab is a multidisciplinary clinic offering a wide range of services to meet your wellness needs.

Total Health and Wellness

We are more than just a physiotherapy clinic.  With many specialists under one roof we take a multidisciplinary approach to treatment and care.

Meet the Team

Working with your Insurance

We work closely with third party insurance companies, WSIB, extended health care plans and motor vehicle accident claims. Our qualified staff can handle all your billing inquiries.

Our Services


Meet Our Team!

  • Darryl Yardley - pic

    Since graduating with a Master of Science from the University of Toronto in 2006, Darryl has practiced as an orthopaedic physiotherapist. In 2008, pursued further continuing education and completed his Master of Clinical Science in Manipulative Therapy at Western University. He has been a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapists since completing his advanced examinations in 2009. Darryl’s current role is multifaceted. He is a clinical operations manager for DSD Management, a company that delivers physiotherapy and rehabilitation services within 15 clinics throughout southern Ontario. His role is to ensure DSD clinicians are accountable for the delivery of high quality services within a patient-centered model of care. He is also accountable for the clinical and business development for the company. Darryl continues to work clinically in a consultant model with orthopaedic and neurosurgeons to enhance the patient experience and triage to the right person, in the right place, at the right time. He has a special interest in the conservative and operative management (hip arthroscopy) of non-arthritic hip pain, as well as spine.Darryl dedicates time educating and mentoring physiotherapists. Another passion of his is to facilitate the new graduate transition from student to entry-level clinician and encourage a positive initial work experience. He is an assistant instructor within the London Unit of the Orthopaedic Division’s post-graduate curriculum. And a clinical mentor for physiotherapists either completing the Master of Clinical Science in Manipulative Therapy at Western University or those working toward their fellowship in manipulative therapy through the Division. Darryl has received awards to acknowledge his service as a physiotherapist providing excellence in learning, guidance, supervision and inspiration to physiotherapy students.

    Darryl Yardley PT, FCAMPT B.Kin (Hons), M.Sc.(PT), M.Cl.Sc.(Manip), Physiotherapist & Clinical Operations Manager

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    Sarah completed her Masters of Physiotherapy at Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, UK and her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with Honours at the University of Western Ontario in London, ON. Sarah has been active throughout her life. She has previously trained as a competitive swimmer and rower, and currently trains for squash, running events, and adventure races. Sarah is passionate about helping others lead and maintain a healthy active lifestyle and has pursued this passion throughout her professional career. During her time in Aberdeen, Sarah worked with a competitive rugby team, treating acute injuries on the field and providing ongoing care for sports injuries off the field. She has coached competitive and recreational dragon boat and rowing. She has also undergone training to provide running assessments as well as prevention and management of running injuries. Sarah practices pelvic health physiotherapy and is rostered with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario to provide assessment and treatment of the pelvic floor. Sarah continues to train and specialize in this field. Pelvic floor physiotherapy can treat a variety of pelvic conditions including incontinence, urinary frequency and/or urgency, pelvic pain, pregnancy-related pain, rectus diastasis, prolapse, chronic non-bacterial prostatitis, ano-rectal dysfunction and sacroiliac joint dysfunction. Sarah is a Full Body Certified Active Release Techniques provider and has taken courses through the Advanced Physical Therapy Education Institute in the advanced treatment of the pelvic complex and sacroiliac joint, the cervicothoracic complex, the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), and the shoulder, elbow and wrist. She uses this knowledge and skills to compliment her individualized treatment plans.

    Sarah Marshall, B.Sc. M.Sc. / Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist

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    Stephanie is a fully registered and qualified physiotherapist in the UK with a 1st class Honors degree from Cardiff University graduating in 2011. Currently awaiting her license to practice in Canada, Stephanie is working as a physiotherapy assistant within the clinic. Stephanie has experience working in an outpatient’s musculoskeletal setting with a specialist interest in injury prevention and rehabilitation. She believes that it is important to motivate and engage people in their personalized rehab and to strive for optimum function. Stephanie has also worked with several competitive rugby teams providing pitch side cover for acute trauma and off the field pre and rehab. She also has experience working with a national field hockey squad. Stephanie has experience and has enjoyed working with post-operative rehab patients especially after shoulder and knee surgeries. Stephanie also has experience in orthopaedic custom and non-custom bracing which she now provides from the clinic. Stephanie also teaches Pilates having her APPI level 1 and 2 certificate and also teaches this at the clinic. Outside of work Stephanie enjoys swimming, Pilates and yoga and takes time out to read and enjoy music and the arts.

    Stephanie O'Neill, Physiotherapy Assistant

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    Daniel Snider is a Certified Athletic Therapist who graduated with Honours from the Sheridan Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning. He also holds a degree in Kinesiology from The University of Western Ontario. Daniel has worked actively within the community with the Oakville Soccer Club, Burlington Braves and Burlington Stampeeders Football Clubs as well as the University of Toronto Varsity Blues men’s hockey. In addition, Daniel has also provided althetic therapy coverage for the Canadian Men’s National Wheelchair Rugby Championships, Ontario Women’s Hockey Association, and the Toronto Waterfront Marathon. As a member of the Go T.O. rehab team, Daniel also serves as the bracing technician for custom and non-custom orthopaedic bracing.

    Daniel Snider, Certified Athletic Therapist

  • Sarah Alger - crop photo

    Sarah is a certified pedorthist specializing in the assessment of biomechinical issues of the lower limb. She graduated from the University of Western Ontario with an honour bachelor degree in kinesiology and went on to earn a diploma in the study of pedorthics. Sarah has extensive knowledge in custom made orthotics, orthopaedic footwear and lower limb bracing. In her spare time she loves to golf and play volleyball.

    Sarah Alger, Certified Pedorthist, C. Ped. (C), Dip. Pedorthics