Meet Allen Eshmoili
Allen Eshmoili, PT, MPT, CSCS, Cert. MDT
He continued to further specialize in treating people with neck pain, back pain, and sciatica by seeking out and learning the method of one of the world’s most influential physiotherapist and working in a clinic uniquely dedicated to treating only people with spine-related issues. He has an internationally published case study about Rapidly Reversible Chronic Pain and the importance of conducting a thorough mechanical exam prior to treatment. Allen spent the last 10 years of his career honing his ability to help those who have only found temporary relief.
In 2016 Allen moved to Canada to work with one of Ontario’s first multidisciplinary chronic pain clinics, associated with Toronto’s Mount Sinai Hospital. It was there that he had the opportunity to work solely with people who have had long-standing chronic pain issues and have tried all other treatments, often including surgery, but were still in constant pain. Allen drew on his years of experience and knowledge and came up with new and different treatment plans which finally started to make a difference in the lives of his clients, allowing them to return to work and enjoy their families.
Returning to his private practice roots, Allen opened Premier Spine and Sport Rehabilitation & Wellness with the vision of providing residents of Vaughan and Richmond Hill, ON physiotherapy solutions that provide long-term relief alongside the knowledge, tools, and education to regain their confidence to return to the activities they love, without having to worry about their pain coming back.
Allen is a graduate of SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY and he holds a Master’s Degree in Physiotherapy. His expertise is in musculoskeletal and sports injuries with a special focus on back pain, sciatica, and neck pain. His individually-tailored treatment style is eclectic and effective. Allen’s passion is to empower others with the tools, knowledge, and education they need to get back in the driver’s seat of their body and get rid of their pain (for good), so they can keep doing the activities that they love.