Ranil Kumara, Clinical Director
Ranil has established a successful group of clinics trusted by patients from all demographics including seniors, children, performers and athletes, to address their health and therapy goals. These clinics provide rehabilitation therapies based on an in-depth assessment of factors such as the mechanism of injury, the time since onset (chronic vs. acute), and sporting/occupational activities of each patient. This assessment is combined with detailed orthopedic testing during the initial consultation to create a full clinical picture. The Greater Toronto Rehabilitation healthcare practitioners use evidence-based, active-oriented rehabilitation to achieve optimum results. Ranil believes that the best clinicians are those who teach their patients how to relieve short-term symptoms and achieve the long-term goals of the healing process by including home programs as part of every treatment protocol.
Ranil is the owner and clinical director of Greater Toronto Rehabilitation Clinics. He is also a partner in a group of fitness facilities located throughout Toronto (Higher Ground Health Clubs). Ranil graduated from the University of Toronto Physiotherapy program and completed his MBA at the Schulich School of Business, York University. He has been certified by the Titleist Performance Institute and Fit4Golf for golf-specific assessments and treatments.
A physiotherapist for over 32 years, Ranil gained extensive clinical experience and leadership skills. He has worked with a special team of healthcare practitioners at the Artists’ Health Centre at Toronto Western Hospital, providing health services to the arts community in Toronto including dancers, actors, singers, musicians, visual artists and all those who work full-time in the production, training, coaching and support roles of this industry. He has been the consulting physiotherapist for company members of Mirvish Productions, Canstage Productions, Disney Cruise Ships, and numerous dance, film, TV and musical productions for 18 years.
Ranil has been an examiner for both the University of Toronto’s Department of Rehabilitation and the National Physiotherapy Board Examinations. He was a volunteer for the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games in 1996. He has also been a member of the on-site rehabilitation team for numerous skating, volleyball, ultimate frisbee, and martial arts competitions, and for national level competitions such as the ISU Four Continents Figure Skating Competition, Skate Canada Junior Nationals, Skate Canada International, and Skate Canada Festival of Synchronized Skating Championships.