We are pleased welcome Steven Street and Jessi Li to the Amberlea family!

Steven Street (RMT – Registered Massage Therapist)

Steven has worked with a variety of conditions, including specialized treatments in whiplash, (TMJ) Temporal Mandibular Joint discomfort, tension and migraine headaches, plus a variety of other injuries acquired from work, sports or accidents.

Jessi Li (RMT, DAc – Registered Massage Therapist and Acupuncturist)

Jessi comes from a background of Traditional Chinese Medicine with 10+ years of experience handling conditions such as stress, indigestion, sinus issues and headaches. Jessi specialize in cupping as well as traditional acupuncture in order to effectively deliver her treatment.

Our Services
Registered Massage Therapy
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Amberlea Physiotherapy now offers direct billing and same-day appointments!
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Our Commitment

Amberlea Physiotherapy Pickering is committed to providing the highest quality patient care. We are here to help you achieve your goals by assisting you every step of the way. Let us help you get to where you want to be!


Our Team

Our knowledgeable staff can assist you every step of the way. We believe that knowledge is power to your healing and recovery, and we strive to help you understand what your condition is.



We are conveniently located off the 401 on Whites Road between Finch Ave and Sheppard Ave. in Pickering. Feel free to give us a call or drop by and check out our modern and upbeat facility!


Booking Process

We provide a free 15 minute consultation to aid you in determining the best course of action. Every type of condition is importation to us! Here at Amberlea, we provide same or next day bookings.


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