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A physiotherapist by experience and education, Sherilyn Daquis took the usual route of a new but ambitious immigrant – worked her way up from physiotherapist aide positions, challenged the licensure examinations and successfully passed the requirements, and continues to enhance her skills and knowledge. In June 2011, she began to treat patients at her own Maples Physiotherapy Clinic in Winnipeg.

Her career in Canada began when she worked as rehabilitation assistant at Grace General Hospital and Seven Oaks Hospital while preparing for the licensure examinations. She took the licensure exams in 2009 and passed the practical component of the national exams in 2010. From June 2009 to April 2011, she worked at the Concordia Physiotherapy Clinic. For Sherilyn, she knew early on that her bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy that she completed in the Philippines was key to her attaining her goal of becoming a licensed physiotherapist in Canada. Sherilyn took it a step further by establishing her own clinic.

Christine Pineda

Athletic Therapist

Cristine Pineda is a multilingual Certified Athletic Therapist, primarily speaking in English and Tagalog. During her time as a student at the University of Manitoba, she worked with a number of Bison sports teams, as well as serving as the head athletic therapist for the University of Manitoba Bisons women's basketball team.  Through the Manitoba Athletic Therapy Association, she has worked with numerous athletes and teams participating in a variety of different sports such as high school basketball, tennis, badminton, and community and beach volleyball.

Cristine loves the challenge of working with athletes and people of all ages and making their rehabilitation and return to work or play as sport or activity specific as possible.  She has clinical experience working not only with athletes, but also with individuals who have suffered injuries at work, other non-sport related injuries and even those involved in motor vehicle accidents. She takes an active style to her rehabilitation and therapy by helping her clients set achievable goals that are important for them to get back to their regular routine.

Detroit Quinto


Troy is an Internationally Trained Physiotherapist graduated from the Our Lady of Fatima University, Philippines. After graduation, he worked in a Private Clinic as a Clinical Supervisor for 4 years and trained Physical Therapy Student on their Clinical Internship. He then worked as a Senior Physiotherapist at Bauan Doctors General Hospital for 11 years before moving to Canada. With a wide range of experience in treating patients from pediatric to the geriatric population, most of the cases he handled were neurologic and musculoskeletal conditions.

Troy is also working as an Inclusion Support Aide for Special Children at
YMCA After School Program and Psychiatric Nursing Assistant at Selkirk
Mental Health Centre. He is fluent in speaking both English and Tagalog. He
loves playing basketball, online games and swimming.


Juner Daquis

Massage Therapist

I graduated at Robertson College as a Registered Massage therapist. My specialty is deep tissue/pain relief therapy. I am also certified in prenatal ,swedish, and trigger point therapy. I am passionate in therapeutic bodywork because I experience the positive outcome it can have. In my professional opinion, massage is not only good for the physical aspect of the body, but, also a positive for the emotional well-being. I truly love my career as a Massage therapist & look forward to helping you heal your body in an alternative approach to health care!”

  • Registered Massage Therapy, Robertson College, 2019

Arlene Dizon


Arlene Dizon also known as "Bass" to her relatives and friends is a business professional with over 15 years of experience in administrative and customer service setting. She is the corporate secretary at the Maples Physiotherapy and Sherilyn Andres-Daquis' Physiotherapy clinics.


Arlene was born and raised in the Philippines, where she attended high school at Mapua Institute of Technology, Manila and later studied Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Management at Holy Spirit, Tarlac City. For the first half of her career, Dizon worked at international corporations including Emirates Flight Catering – Linencraft in United Arab Emirates.


In 2013, she immigrated to Canada and join the Physiotherapy clinic. She serves as the right hand for Sherilyn Andres-Daquis, owner and Head Physiotherapist of the two clinics where she had the opportunity to wear many hats and as a result, she has acquired a very diverse set of skills. Arlene excels in planning, goal-setting, and organizational skills. She is very passionate about providing excellent patient/customer service as she truly enjoys the wellness approach to a healthy lifestyle.

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