Our Only Goal is to Help You Achieve Yours

Whether you have a new injury, a chronic old injury or just need guidance with your training program, our team of doctors and therapists with extensive knowledge in sport medicine will work together to ensure you achieve and restore your optimal physical health.

We work together to get you better and stay better

At The Sports Health Experts, we strive to fully understand why an injury has occurred and we work as a team to meet your goals effectively and efficiently. We also believe that injuries can be prevented, and we use our experience to work with you to identify potential areas of risk. We look to resolve current issues but also work to address all of the factors that will keep you healthy in the long term. We believe in activity and strive to keep you moving, whether you are healing from an injury or trying to prevent one.

Teamwork is the key

Our team supports each other and is invested in each and every one of our patients.

Patient-centred care

With patient needs as our focus, what matters most to each of us is that patients get efficient and effective care.

Commitment to learning and mentorship

We learn and grow together, and are constantly advancing our skill-sets and knowledge by collaborating on patients, and teaching future rehab professionals.

Our Expert Team


Shannon Andersen
Co-Owner and Physiotherapist
Carlo Andreatta
BHSc, BScPT, cert MDT
Jenna McEachern
Head Physiotherapist

Sport Medicine Doctors

Dr Julia Hamilton
Co-Owner and Sport Medicine Doctor
B.Sc. Eng, M.H.Sc., MD, CCFP(SEM), Dip Sport Med
Dr Sumeet Gill
Sport Medicine Doctor
MD, CCFP(SEM), Dip Sport Med, BSc(Kinesiology)

Massage Therapists

Shiela Sotto
Massage Therapist
Nick Reyes
Massage Therapist
RMT, BSc Kinesiology

Health Care Admin Team

Adiba Hakim
Office Manager

Are You Looking For A Change?

We are always looking for dedicated and eager sport medicine doctors, physiotherapists and massage therapists to come and join our team.

We offer competitive compensation, a referral source from sport medicine doctors, and a collaborative and experienced team to join in a fun and dynamic environment. In our practice we believe in continued growth, offer mentorship and rely on each other to promote optimal success for our patients.

Please send resumes to info@sportshealthexperts.com

Shannon Andersen

Shannon Andersen completed her Physiotherapy degree at McMaster University in 1998, and then went on to challenge her manual and manipulation exams, becoming a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT) in 2002. In 2005 she became certified in acupuncture through the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute. She has completed many courses over the past 20 years, with special interests including Kinesiotape Uses and Techniques, Applications of Shockwave, Sport Massage and Dry Needling.

Shannon loves to work with athletes and musicians of all ages and abilities, with a focus not only on return to sport or stage, but also in injury prevention and education, utilizing a hands-on, patient-centred approach. She has worked with Stars on Ice, Tennis Canada, and many levels of athletes and musicians involved in hockey, baseball, gymnastics, race walking, figure skating, squash, drumming, guitar and violin.

Shannon has a robust history in sports herself, from high school synchronized skating, softball and field hockey, to ice hockey, which she played from 1982-1990 with the Leaside Wildcats and then Varsity Hockey for The University of Toronto Blues from 1990-1994, where she earned four OWIAA championships and her Bronze T award. She was recently inducted into the University of Toronto Sports Hall of Fame alongside her 1990/91 and 91/92 ice hockey teammates.

Shannon is very excited to be back in Leaside where she was born and raised. She is very active in the community volunteering as Assistant Coach and Trainer for her three children in both the Leaside Flames and the Leaside Wildcats organizations. She continues to play ice hockey herself, and when not at a rink she loves spending time with her husband and kids at the family cottage, camping, travelling and playing a hand or two of Euchre.

Jenna McEachern

Jenna McEachern graduated from the University of Western Ontario with a professional degree in Physiotherapy and completed her Diploma in Manipulative Therapy in 2003 and is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy.

She has extensive experience in sports and manual physiotherapy. She has provided therapy services to athletes of all levels on the sidelines and in the clinic. She shares her clinical expertise mentoring and supporting Physiotherapy Students, Residents and Therapists pursuing their manual therapy diploma.

In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family. Jenna likes to stay active playing ice hockey, cycling and going to the gym.

Carlo Andreatta

Carlo is a passionate physiotherapist focused on his patients and maximizing their recovery. Carlo has 20+ years of experience treating every type of musculoskeletal injury and has found success in putting his patient’s goals first.

He has taken many different post-graduate courses in orthopaedic physiotherapy and manual therapy. He is credentialed with the MacKenzie Institute of Canada for treatment of neck and back pain. He is certified in Acupuncture through McMaster University’s Medical Acupuncture program.

Carlo has mentored numerous undergraduate and graduate students over the course of his career. From undergraduate Kinesiology students and Athletic Therapy students, to graduate students pursuing their Masters of Physiotherapy degree or their Masters of Kinesiology degree. Carlo is passionate about educating young clinicians as they begin their careers in rehabilitation medicine.

He has a keen interest in sport and exercise related injuries with experience treating individuals just starting out on their active lifestyle to Olympic and professional athletes. From the youngest of athletes to seniors, Carlo has extensive experience with the differences that athletes face at each stage of their career. Maintaining an active lifestyle is a major contributor to reduced disease and disability throughout life. Having a caring and compassionate physiotherapist, like Carlo, working with you to overcome obstacles in maintaining an active lifestyle is key to lifelong success and health.

Carlo believes that the key to successful recovery starts with empowering his patients to take control of their injury by educating the patient on management strategies, ensuring patients are doing their rehabilitation exercises correctly, using a variety of manual therapy techniques to increase mobility and decrease pain, and ensuring that his patients fully understand their injury and their path to recovery. The better YOU understand your injury the better and quicker YOU will recover. At The Sports Health Experts the clinic’s patient first philosophy aligns well with Carlo’s vision of what physiotherapy is and should be for each and every patient.

Outside of work Carlo enjoys time with his family camping, hiking, biking, canoeing and relaxing. When not spending time in nature, Carlo spends time shuttling his two boys around to various hockey rinks for practices and games.

Dr Julia Hamilton

Dr Julia Hamilton completed her undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering at Queen’s University followed by a Master’s degree in Clinical Engineering at the University of Toronto. Dr Hamilton subsequently graduated from medical school at the University of Toronto to earn her M.D. After finishing a residency in family medicine with successful completion of the certification exams by the College of Family Physicians of Canada, Dr Hamilton pursued a one-year fellowship in Sport and Exercise Medicine at the University of Toronto and achieved certification with the Canadian Academy of Sport and Exercise Medicine (CASEM) passing the Diploma exam at the end of her fellowship in 2011.

Dr. Julia Hamilton exclusively practices sports medicine in Toronto and has a Certificate of Added Competence in Sport and Exercise Medicine (SEM) from the College of Family Physicians of Canada. Dr Hamilton also has a GP Focused Practice designation and holds the position of Lecturer in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at The University of Toronto. As well, she is a member of the program committee for the PGY3 Enhanced Skills Residency Program in Sport and Exercise Medicine at the University of Toronto. She is very active in teaching postgraduate medical residents at the University of Toronto from the disciplines of physiatry, rheumatology, family medicine and sports medicine.

In addition to Dr Hamilton’s clinical practice in sports medicine, she has been very involved in the community working with national level and professional athletes. She is currently the Chief Medical Officer of Varsity Athletics at Toronto Metropolitan University. Also, she is the national team physician for the Canadian Beach Volleyball team with responsibility for the team since 2014.

Dr Hamilton previously held the position of Company Physician for the National Ballet of Canada from 2011 to 2022; was the team physician for the Toronto 6ix professional women’s hockey team during their inaugural 2020-2021 season; and worked as an alternate team physician for the Toronto FC MLS soccer team from 2016-2020.

Prior to having her twin boys, Dr Julia Hamilton competed for years at the varsity and national level in women’s squash, and in 2018 was inducted into the University of Toronto’s Sports Hall of Fame for her achievements. Having suffered from a number of significant athletic injuries herself, including rupture of each of her Achilles tendons, Dr Hamilton is able to understand and empathize with the experience of her patients and provide practical guidance to keep them active while recovering.

These days Dr Hamilton is busy trying to keep up with her twin boys on the ski slopes, tennis court, golf course and pickle ball court!

Dr Sumeet Gill

Dr. Gill obtained his Medical Degree from McMaster University. He completed a residency in Family Medicine and subsequent fellowship in Sports Medicine at the University of Toronto. He is now a Clinical Lecturer with the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Toronto. He holds a GP-Focused Practice Designation (Sport Medicine) and a Certificate of Added Competence in Sport & Exercise Medicine from the College of Family Physicians of Canada

Prior to his career in medicine he was a strength and conditioning coach, martial arts instructor, and combat sport athlete. He utilizes this unique experience to help his patients recover from injury or optimize their performance. He has provided event coverage for the University of Toronto & York University Varsity Athletics. He is a practicing family physician and participates in the training of family medicine residents.

Outside of medicine he enjoys weight training, video games, and continues to train and compete in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.

Adiba Hakim

Hello! My name is Adiba and I am the Office Manager at The Sports Health Experts. My journey into the field of Sport Medicine and Rehabilitation found its roots early on while I was an impressionable freshman at the University of Toronto completing my Bachelor’s of Science degree in Psychology and Human Biology. Over the last 10 years, my diverse experiences in sport research and the health/wellness industry have instilled an appreciation and passion for optimizing the mind and body’s potential through sport and exercise.

At The Sports Health Experts, I am driven by our multidisciplinary team environment where a positive exchange of ideas supports patient outcomes to restore and maximize their strength, movement, and overall well-being. I enjoy being a part of this collaborative process while building relationships with our patients and ensuring they receive exceptional service.

In my spare time, you will find me attending Pilates or sweating it up in a Zumba class! I love exploring new restaurants and cafe-hopping in search of my next coffee craze.

Shiela Sotto

Shiela Sotto is a Registered Massage Therapist and has been practicing since 2011. She has taken several courses to complement her 12+ years of clinical experience, including Contemporary Medical Acupuncture at McMaster University, and Fascial Stretching (Level 1) at Stretch To Win Institute. She brings to her role as an RMT a wealth of experience and hands-on knowledge, having worked with individuals of varying ages and diverse musculoskeletal conditions.

Shiela is very passionate about helping her clients achieve optimal health and function as quickly and as efficiently as possible. She believes that this is best achieved by utilizing a variety of modalities and techniques including acupuncture (dry needling and electro-stim), trigger point therapy, myofascial release, joint mobilization, stretching, low level laser therapy, and deep tissue massage. Whether it is past or current injuries that limit daily or recreational activities, Shiela strives to return her clients to doing what they love, and improving performance.

Central to Shiela’s philosophy is the concept that when you feel well, life is better. She is also a firm believer that prevention and a healthy lifestyle are the keys to long-term health. Shiela looks forward each day to working with our clients to help them attain and exceed their health and wellness goals.

Nick Reyes

Nick Reyes is a Registered Massage Therapist who graduated from Sutherland-Chan School of Massage Therapy. Prior to becoming an RMT, he graduated from the University of Toronto where he completed his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology.

Nick has a passion for helping people function and feel at their best. Growing up with a competitive sports background in swimming and volleyball sparked his curiosity of the human body and how it functions. He utilizes his sports knowledge combined with his kinesiology background to help his patients recover from injury and return to their activities as soon as possible.

He uses a variety of techniques including deep tissue massage, active release techniques, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, joint mobilizations and stretching during treatment to address his patients’ needs and enhance performance.

Outside of the clinic, you can find Nick playing volleyball, going for a swim or teeing up for a round of golf. He is also an avid fan of the Toronto Raptors.