Your Health and Performance Team

Victor in the Air

Victor Wu, RKin, MPK, BSc, BA

Kinesiologist | Clinic Director

Victor is a graduate of the University of Toronto’s Master of Professional Kinesiology program and has two undergraduate degrees in Exercise Science and Psychology from the University of Winnipeg.


As a Registered Kinesiologist, Victor is passionate about applied research and technological innovation related to biomechanics, musculoskeletal injuries prevention/rehabilitation and performance. He believes we should utilize exercise to facilitate change in performance or behaviour that extend beyond the training environment, and ultimately, improve your health and overall quality of life. Victor has trained professional and amateur athletes competing both nationally and internationally. He also works with individuals suffering from various musculoskeletal injuries and chronic health conditions.


Over the years, Victor has been regularly active in the development of the profession of Kinesiology. Currently, he is a board member of the Ontario Kinesiology Association and a member of the Research and Development Committee of the Canadian Kinesiology Alliance.

Victor enjoys a good Basketball game but can also be found on his couch binging Netflix shows.

caitlyn and lacey

Caitlyn Boston, DPN

Wellness Coordinator

Caitlyn Boston, our newest Wellness Coordinator, has a special interest in creating partnerships with their patients. She believes that making sure patients are proactive about their recovery shortens the treatment time and keeps them healthier in the future.

Justin Smiling

Justin Lee, BKin

Kinesiologist Intern

Justin has an honours degree in Kinesiology from Brock University.


He is currently working towards becoming a Registered Kinesiologist.

 He grew up playing and watching many different sports in which he witnessed injuries. Even a common ankle sprain can be momentarily debilitating for anyone. He has always seen the importance of proper rehabilitation in the journey towards restoring normal movement and quality of life. In high school, he decided to pursue Kinesiology as a way to help people through rehabbing an injury as well as increasing their performance.

He focuses in sports performance, musculoskeletal rehabilitation, and general conditioning. He enjoys working with people either in small groups or one on one in order to help them achieve their goals. Seeing a client return to normal movement is one of the most rewarding parts of his career.