About Us

Maple Health Care & Rehab
Our Vision: a centre of excellence for integrated natural healthcare.
Our Mission: to educate and inspire our clients towards better health, optimal performance, and graceful aging.

Our clinic is based on 3 main concepts: move easier, be stronger, age gracefully.


Please click on a staff member below to learn more about them.


Meet Our Team
Dr. Eric Vandergugten

Dr. Eric Vandergugten

Chiropractor, Acupuncture, Clinic Director

Wendy Vandergugten

Wendy Vandergugten

Physiotherapist, Clinic Coordinator

Dr. Michael Kretz

Dr. Michael Kretz

Chiropractor, Acupuncture, ART

Dr. Natalya Telenchenko

Dr. Natalya Telenchenko

Chiropractor, Acupuncture

Imelda Hennebert

Imelda Hennebert

Physiotherapist, Acupuncture

Ben Law

Ben Law

Physiotherapist, Acupuncture

Dan Vaidya

Dan Vaidya

Physiotherapist, Acupuncture

Andrea Meade

Andrea Meade

Pelvic Health Physiotherapist

Aparna Brahma

Aparna Brahma

Pelvic Health Physiotherapist

Julian Gurizzan

Julian Gurizzan

Kinesiologist

Geoffrey Yeboah

Geoffrey Yeboah

Physiotherapy Assistant

Sayyid Hassan

Sayyid Hassan

Physiotherapy Assistant

Arina Vaserbakh

Arina Vaserbakh

Registered Massage Therapist

Garo Ekserci

Garo Ekserci

Registered Massage Therapist, Acupuncture

Kimberly Allan

Kimberly Allan

Registered Massage Therapist

Jenny Li

Jenny Li

Registered Massage Therapist

Mirjan Alpiev

Mirjan Alpiev

Registered Massage Therapist

Genna Commisso

Genna Commisso

Registered Massage Therapist

Dr. Zarlashta Popal

Dr. Zarlashta Popal

Naturopath, Acupuncture

Lionel Warren

Lionel Warren

Chiropodist, Orthotics

Peter Lee

Peter Lee

Registered Acupuncturist

Please click on a staff member below to learn more about them.

Move Easier

This is often the first goal of treatment when someone presents with an injury. An injured joint usually doesn’t move as well as it should. However ‘moving easier’ is also a very important concept in aging. As we get older we lose the elasticity in our tendons and ligaments and muscles. This puts more strain and pressure on our joints and spine, which leads to cartilage wear and tear, disc degeneration, and osteoarthritis. And osteoarthritis is the leading cause of disability and joint replacements in adults. Therefore it is extremely important to keep all of your joints ‘moving easier’ to keep them healthy as you age.

Be Stronger

Your joints need to be flexible, but they also need to be strong. Strength training can keep your bones strong, reduce wear and tear on your joints, and minimize pressure on your spine and discs. As we age we naturally lose muscle mass, so a well designed strength training program can help keep your joints healthy, prevent disability, and allow you to remain active for many years to come.

Age Gracefully

Prevention is perhaps the most important aspect of aging gracefully. Just like you don’t wait for your teeth to hurt before brushing them, you shouldn’t wait for your body to get injured before taking care of it. Research shows that exercise can treat and prevent as many as 42 chronic diseases. Therefore aging gracefully will include regular stretching and strengthening, exercise, healthy lifestyle choices, good nutrition and appropriate supplementation.

Are you ready to take control of your health and your body?
We Can Help!

Our clinic provides comprehensive integrated natural healthcare including acute injury care, pre and post-operative care, and wellness care. You only have one body, so the better you take care of it now, the better you will feel as you get older. It’s really that simple.

Click here for our Fit For Life brochure (PDF)

Maple Health Care & Rehab