Meet The Team

Meet The Team

Gerry Ross
Reg. PT, FCAMT, MCPA, HBSc. PT, Cert Gunn IMS. Cert Complete Concussion Management

Gerry began practicing in 1992 after receiving his Bachelors of Science Degree with Honours from Queens University.

He has practiced full time since graduation and has overseen over 3500 rehabilitation cases.

Gerry gained experience in a genral hosptial setting upon graduation. He began to pursue advanced education in the treatment of muscle and joint problems immediatly.

He earned an advanced designation in manual and manipulative therapy and is a Fellows of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists in 2000.

Gerry began studying acupuncture in 1996 and successfully challenged the credentialing examinations for Canadian Academy of Medical Acupuncture. More recently he achieved certification in the IMS Gunn approach to treating chronic pain from the University of British Columbia,

Gerry is trainied to treat dizziness and vertigo. He successfully challenged the competentcy exams  for Vestibular Rehabilitation in Altanta Georgia and is a member of the Vestibular Disorders Association.  

He is also certified in concussion rehabilitation through Complete Concussion Management.

Gerry founded RPS in 1999 and lives in Georgetown with his wife and 2 children. Please Click the photo if you wish to listen to Gerry's bio 

Kristy Millard
Reg. PT, MCPA, B. Kin, BSc. PT

Kristy graduated with both Kinesiology (the study of human movement) and Physiotherapy Degrees. She is now co-owner of RPS and has been a part of the team for over 10 years.

She has trained in manual and manipulative therapy, acupuncture, orthotics, exercise therapy, work site analyses, treatment of dizziness and also runs our pelvic pain and incontinence rehabilitation program. Kristy can also treat dizziness due to vestibular disorders including vertigo and BPPV.

Kristy lives in Brampton with her husband and 2 children and takes time out to coach her girl's soccer team.



Rajni graduated with a Physiotherapy degree from India and completed her bridging program in physiotherapy at the University of Toronto.

She is trained in treating various musculoskeletal injuries by using McKenzie and Mulligan approaches and is qualified in acupuncture, dry needling, soft tissue release, exercise prescription and various manual therapy techniques.

She is also trained in Vestibular rehabilitation for treating vertigo, dizziness and balance issues.

Rajni lives in Brampton with her husband and two children. She is fluent in English, Hindi and Punjabi

Chintan Dave


Chintan graduated with a Physiotherapy Degree from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences.  He has extensive experience working with patients of catastrophic motor vehicle injuries, various sprains/strains, post-surgical & post fractures, running injuries and various types of back injuries.  He incorporates McKenzie & Mulligan techniques along with education, soft tissue release, taping and other pain relieving modalities.  Chintan also has experience treat various WSIB, chronic pain conditions and conditions associated with short & long term disabilities.

Chintan has taken certification courses for running injury management and prevention helping long distance runners to achieve their goals.  He has taken numerous post graduate manual therapy courses and courses in mechanical diagnosis & therapy, acupuncture and vestibular rehabilitation.

When not treating patients, Chintan is staying active by working out, swimming and playing cricket in the summer.

Cameron Hunter
Reg. PT.

Cameron graduated from McMaster University in 2009 with a Master of Science in Physiotherapy.  He also has a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from McMaster University.  

Cameron is a certified Complete Concussion Management Clinician.  He has continued his education with concussion rehabilitation courses, acupuncture training through AFCI, Mulligan Concept, Golf biomechanics and rehabilitation and is continuing to upgrade his Manual Therapy levels. He has a keen interest in sports related injuries and rehabilitation. He also treats dizziness due to vestibular disorders including vertigo and BPPV.

Cameron lives in Georgetown with his wife and daughter, in his spare time, Cameron likes to keep active by playing ice hockey and baseball, golfing, and working out.

Jason Breedon

Registered Massage Therapist 

Jason graduated from National Institure in 2015 and is registered with the CMTO and the RMTAO and is a registered trainer with Canfit Pro. 

Jason is trained in Swedish Massage, hydrotherapy, joint mobilisation, fascial release, stretching, triggger point release, and SWIS muscle testing, He is certified in Microcurrent Point Stimulation (MPS). CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT MPS

Jason is personally committed to living a healthy lifestyle through nutrition and physical fitness. 

Ivan Bokanovic

CAT(c), RMT, RKin 

Ivan has an Honours in Bachelor of Science specializing in Kinesiology from York University, a post-graduate diploma in Sport Injury Management from Sheridan College and most recently, he achieved his Registered Massage Therapist designation from Ontario College of Health & Technologies.

With over 15 years of experience in both clinical and field settings, Ivan has a passion for utilizing diverse rehabilitation techniques to support the well-being of professional athletes, weekend warriors, MVA patients and clients with chronic stress related injuries.  Most recently, Ivan worked as the Head Athletic Therapist for a number of Ontario Hockey League teams. 

He is trained in various techniques such as soft tissue release, muscle energy, trigger point therapy and myofascial release.  He brings a unique therapeutic and rehabilitative skill set which enables him to provide his clients with a wide variety of healing solutions.

Ivan lives in Georgetown with his wife and 3 sons.

Amy Husar

Amy is a Certified Athletic Therapist CAT(C), Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) and Fitness Instructor Specialist (FIS).  She graduated from the University of Guelph with an Honours Human Kinetics degree and an Applied Health Science degree in Athletic Therapy.

Amy has worked two consecutive seasons in the CFL with the Hamilton Tiger Cats and at the National Ballet of Canada with principal and corps de ballet dancers.  She still works regularly with these high caliber athletes and also has experience working with various levels of hockey, rugby, volleyball, basketball and soccer teams.

Amy specializes in treating acute and chronic injuries to muscles, bones and joints.  She focuses on returning athletes to competition and maximizing their performance potential as fast as possible after an injury. Those same skills and techniques also make her very effective in treating the injuries sustained by everyday active/non active individuals, including: Common injuries from falls, daily activities and sports, chronic and recurring conditions, pre-surgery and post-surgery, emergencies at sporting events such as concussion, fractures, and spinal injuries, Workplace and motor vehicle accidents

Kimberly Kent


Kimberly graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 2015.  Having been born and raised in Georgetown, she as excited to join the Ross Physio Team.

Throughout her time in school, Kimberly did placements at many different facilities throughout Toronto where she learned the effects of positive touch through Massage Therapy.  As well, her experiences as an RMT in the community have taught her the importance of seeing the body as a whole and she incorporates that into each and every treatment.

She is trained in using many Swedish massage techniques which she combines with hydrotherapy, joint mobilization, fascial release and stretching to help create a treatment plan which is tailored to each individual.

Kimberly believes in the importance of combining Massage Therapy and other treatment methods with home care to aid in achieving treatment goals.  She enjoys helping each person to understand the process and coach them on what they can do at home in between treatments.

Kimberly is in good standing with the CMTO and is also currently teaching anatomy and palpation at the Canadian COllege of Massage and Hydrotherapy. 

She lives in Georgetown with her family.

Jeannette Mann
Physiotherapy Assistant

Jeannette has been with Ross Physio since 2008. 

She is an unregistered massage therapist and often uses her skills to compliment other treatment programs.  Jeannette also keeps the day to day running of the clinic and equipment up to the highest standards.

Jeannette likes to spend her weekends hiking with her husband and two children.

Julie Heinbuch
Physiotherapy Assistant

Julie graduated in 2001 with her Honours Kinesiology Degree from Redeemer University. She spent 2 years working as a personal trainer at a women’s gym and has since been working as a physiotherapy assistant at various physiotherapy clinics. She joined Ross Physio in May 2011.

Julie has experience with personal training, modalities, implementing exercise programs, functional ability evaluations and passive stretching.  

Julie lives in Georgetown with her husband and three boys and is often at the soccer fields, either playing or cheering on her son’s team.

Kelly Bishop
Physiotherapy Assistant

Kelly completed a diploma in Fitness and Health Promotion at Durham College In 2008 and graduated in 2014 from Humber College’s Occupational Therapist Assistant and Physiotherapist Assistant program, where she achieved honors on the OSCEs.

Kelly has experience with personal training, modalities, gait training, complex continuing care programs, implementing exercise programs, functional ability evaluations and passive stretching.

Kelly joined Ross Physio in 2014 and enjoys spending her off time playing trampoline, dodgeball, ultimate Frisbee, and attending live music shows.