Dan Bosy has been practising in Orthopaedic Physiotherapy since 1997. He became a member of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy after receiving a Certificate in Intermediate Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy in April 2002. In November 2006, he received his Diploma in Manipulative Physiotherapy. He has worked in a variety of clinics, treating everything from sports injuries, motor vehicle accident injuries, and workplace injuries to chronic pain. Dan’s areas of interest include Chronic Pain, Pelvic Dysfunctions, Repetitive Strain Injuries, and Spinal Injuries. He is well versed in training the myofascial system to control movement and prevent relapses in patients who are deconditioned or in Chronic Pain.
Steve Brown graduated from George Brown College with a Fitness & Lifestyle management diploma before studying Kinesiology at York University from 2000-2004. He then studied Physiotherapy at the University of Toronto from 2004-2006 and received his Masters Of Physical Therapy degree. Steve has gone on to receive additional training in Mulligan Therapy (mobilization with movement), McKenzie Therapy, Acupunture, Myofascial Therapy, and has received specialized training in Vestibular Rehabilitation. Steve has also undergone training with the Titliest Performance Institute to promote improved mobility and stability related to the golf swing and improvement of golf performance. In 2015, Steve successfully became an FCAMPT therapist.
Jordan graduated with distinction in 1995 from the University of Western Ontario with an honours degree from the Faculty of Kinesiology. In this program, he focused on the topic areas of athletic injuries and exercise physiology. He then went on to the University of Toronto’s Physical Therapy program, where he graduated in 1998. While at university, he began his work with elite athletes, working as the student trainer for the rugby teams at both universities, as well as covering other tournaments, such as the women’s national volleyball championships at U of T, and OFSSA basketball at UWO. Since graduating, he has continued his work with athletes at all levels, from the recreational weekend athlete to national level athletes. He passed his Advanced examination in 2004 to become a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists, and in 2006, became a certified practitioner of the Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) technique. He has added the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist designation to his qualifications, which is the premier strength and conditioning certification in North America. He has a particular interest in neural mobility disorders and the use of manual therapy techniques to address them. He has been a certified FitForeGolf therapist since 1999, and is an active runner, golfer, and hockey player. He opened his own practice in the Ottawa suburb of Riverside South in 2009, and in 2016, opened a second location in the new Amped Sports Lab and Ice Complex, a premier training facility with a 120×66 ice surface, a gym, a vision training centre. Jordan’s wide range of skills have made him popular with athletes that have not been successful with other treatments for their long-standing injuries, and he is known as a troubleshooter for persistent problems in the athletic population.rn
Carman is a graduate from UBC and holds a Bachelors Degree in Biology and Physiotherapy (2004). He completed the Advanced Diploma in Manual and Manipulative Therapy (2010) and has extensive experience in treating neck, shoulder, back, knee, motor vehicle accident related pain. He utilizes and integrates manual therapy, exercise prescription, kinesiology taping, IMS needling and education into his treatments. Prior to practicing in Vancouver he also did a number of years of private practice in Calgary, Alberta, and overseas in Beijing, China. Carman is passionate about his sports, which include soccer, volleyball, tennis, golf and hockey. He is fluent in English and has a working knowledge of Mandarin and Cantonese Chinese.
Year of Graduation – 1992
FCAMT since 2000
Practices in a multidisciplinary clinic.
Special interests – sports injuries, spinal pain, headache pain.
Bachelor of Sciences Physiotherapy (University of Ottawa)
Masters Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy (University of Queensland, Australia)
Masters Sports Physiotherapy (University of Queensland, Australia)
Registered International Sports Physiotherapist
Registered Canadian Physiotherapist (BC & Yukon)
Registered Australian Titled Sports & Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
My clinical My clinical approach focuses on providing patients with a thorough assessment, detailed explanation of their injury, and an understanding of the different treatment options available. I treat mainly with hands-on manual therapy and therapeutic exercise to help patients progress towards effective self management options to resolve their injuries in both the short and long term. While I enjoy and look forward to seeing all types of musculoskeletal injuries, my professional interests include spinal pain, treatment of neck dysfunction in concussion and whiplash, and upper extremity injuries focuses on providing patients with a thorough assessment, detailed explanation of their injury, and an understanding of the different treatment options available. I treat mainly with hands-on manual therapy and therapeutic exercise to help patients progress towards effective self management options to resolve their injuries in both the short and long term. While I enjoy and look forward to seeing all types of musculoskeletal injuries, my professional interests include spinal pain, treatment of neck dysfunction in concussion and whiplash, and upper extremity injuries.
Hayley Stroebel graduated with a BSc in Physiotherapy at the University of Pretoria, South Africa in 1994. She has worked in Private Practice in Canada since 1997. She completed her Diploma in manual and manipulative therapy in 2009.
After graduating from University College Dublin, Ireland and working in Neuro Rehabilitation for 2 years I moved to Vancouver in stunning British Columbia. My journey here has been so fun and interesting through the world of Vestibular and Post Concussive rehabilitation as well as undertaking the Orthopedic Levels and UWO program on my way to the FCAMPT designation.I see myself as very client centred therapist, and love using active listening and strong communication skills in the clinical interview before a thorough movement and biomechanical assessment. I believe the key to success is client-therapist team work, education, anti-disability empowerment and focused interventions.
Keith Ross graduated with Distinction from the University of Alberta in 1994. He has worked with the Canadian Forces in Edmonton, Alberta for 16 years. Recently (2017) he completed a Graduate Certificate in Pain Management from the University of Alberta.
Hi I’m Raj, physiotherapist and co-owner here at Pivotal. I’m passionate about rehabilitative medicine, and I’ve been a full-time clinician for over 10 years. I earned my Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy at the University of Alberta and completed post-graduate training in spinal manipulation, musculo-skeletal acupuncture and Gunn IMS.
Physiotherapy is an extremely rewarding career for me. I’m really interested in motor vehicle injuries, athletic injuries, post-operative rehabilitation and complex clinical cases. I’m also a Clinical Instructor with the University of Alberta, and I enjoy helping to train the next generation of rehabilitation professionals.
I absolutely love the challenge of diagnosing musculoskeletal dysfunction. My treatment style is a combination of hands-on manual therapy, IMS, and condition-specific exercise prescription. My work is an opportunity to become engaged in people’s lives and work with them not only to ensure optimal rehabilitation, but also to get them back to the things that are important to them.