Our Team

Daniel Devere
Daniel Devere, BMR (PT)
Registered Physiotherapist | Certified Lymphedema Therapist 

Daniel is a Physiotherapist registered with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario.  He graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2001, with a Bachelor’s degree of Medical Rehabilitation in Physical Therapy.  Daniel has provided physiotherapy intervention in various clinical settings including private practice, acute care medicine and rehabilitation medicine.

In 2014, Daniel received his certification as a Cancer Exercise Specialist from the Cancer Exercise Training Institute.

In 2016, Daniel completed post-graduate training in Combined Decongestive Therapy (CDT), and is fully certified to treat patients with lymphedema.  Daniel is a registered authorizer with the Government of Ontario Assistive Devices Program in the prescription of compression therapy garments for lymphedema, as well as mobility aids. Daniel has spent approximately five hundred hours to date participating in numerous educational workshops, conferences and seminars.

Aviva Devere
Aviva Devere, BSc, MScPT
Registered Physiotherapist | Certified Lymphedema Therapist 

Aviva is a Physiotherapist registered with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario.  She graduated from the University of Toronto in 2003, with a Master’s of Science in Physiotherapy degree.  Aviva has provided physiotherapy services in various clinical settings including private practice, acute care medicine, rehabilitation medicine and home care.

In 2011, Aviva completed post-graduate training in Combined Decongestive Therapy (CDT), and is fully certified to treat patients with lymphedema.  Aviva is a member of the Lymphedema Association of Ontario.  Aviva is a registered authorizer with the Government of Ontario Assistive Devices Program in the prescription of compression therapy garments for lymphedema, as well as mobility aids. Aviva has spent approximately three hundred hours to date participating in post-graduate educational workshops, conferences and seminars.