About the Staff at Our Surrey Physio Clinic

We desire to help people and make a difference to people who have orthopaedic issues or conditions, in a professional and caring environment.

The practice was founded in 1984 in Surrey by Grant Gibson, who has over 30 years of experience. The practice has been a progressive clinic which has expanded its facilities to provide the first on-site gym in Surrey. We treat injured workers, car accident victims and athletes of all ages. Grant also has a special interest in treating patients with TMJ disorders. Our goal is to help people feel better and stay better.

Grant Gibson

N.Z.R.P., M.C.P.A., F.C.A.M.T
Industrial Health, Active Rehabilitation
Orthopaedics; Spinal Manipulation/
Mobilization; TMJ; Sports Injuries

Grant is a New Zealand trained physiotherapist who graduated from the Auckland School of Physiotherapy in 1979. Following graduation, he worked at Middlemore Hospital in Auckland before having the opportunity to join two of the countries’ most prominent physiotherapists in private practice. This was an invaluable learning experience for him.

Grant moved to Canada in 1982. He sat and passed with honours the Canadian Manipulative Therapy Examinations Part A & B in 1983 and 1984. Grant moved to North Surrey in 1984 to establish the current practice and has continued to expand the practice and his commitment to his primary goal which is patient care.

Grant has many years of experience in the treatment of numerous sports injuries, ICBC and WCB injuries, along with his post-graduate experience in manipulative therapy and his interest in the treatment of TMJ disorders.

Peter von Riedemann

Hand Therapist
B.Sc.O.T., C.H.T.
Acute Hand Injuries; Orthopaedics;
Arthritis; Wound Care; Splinting;
Repetitive Cumulative Injuries

Peter von Riedemann graduated from the UBC School of Rehabilitation Medicine as an Occupational Therapist in 1993. He started his career at G.F. Strong Rehabilitation Centre, working with clients with arthritis. He then moved to the WCB Rehab Centre where he worked with clients with all types of occupational injury. During this period, he developed a keen interest in therapy of the upper quarter, completed his Certified Hand Therapy qualification in 1998, and then worked in the Hand Unit at the WCB Rehab Centre. Here, he gained experience in the treatment of clients with burn injuries and amputations of the upper and lower extremity. Since that time, he has worked as a Clinical Senior in Hand Therapy in the Rehaklinik Bellikon in Switzerland where he gained experience in clinical practice and gained skills in management. He works in private practice at Surrey Sports & Rehabilitation treating clients with a wide variety of upper quarter issues.

Saravanan Jayakrishnan

Registered Interim Physiotherapist

  • Internationally educated physiotherapist with more than 8 years of experience in the field
  • Master of Physiotherapy-Advanced PT in Neurology (2005) – The Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R Medical University, Chennai, India
  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy (2002) – Pondicherry University, India
  • Completed, “Manual Therapy Concepts - Integrated Approach” conducted by Manual Therapy Foundation of India
  • Completed, Fundamentals and Advanced Kinesio Taping Course from Kinesio Taping Association, Canada
  • Completed, “Management of Neuro Muscular Disorders by Using Techniques of PNF”
  • Knowledgeable in working with clients of different cultural backgrounds and speaks three languages: English, Hindi and Tamil
  • Assistant Professor in Physiotherapy, Mother Teresa Haryana Saket Council, India
  • Lecturer in Physiotherapy, JCDM College of Physiotherapy, India

Paramjot Kaur Dhillon

BPT, MPT, Registered PT

Paramjot Dhillon obtained her Master in Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal) from Punjabi University, India in 2009. She has over 7 years of experience working with orthopaedic injuries. Her treatment approach involves exercise prescription, soft tissue mobilization/myofascial release, patient education, correction of posture and movement patterns. She is also certified in Functional Dry Needling Level 1. She has also taken additional courses in Mulligan Manual Therapy, acute management of sports-related concussion and management of post-concussion syndrome. She speaks fluent English, Hindi and Punjabi. As pastimes, Param enjoys music and playing badminton.

Surrey Sports Physio

Surrey Sports Physio
112-13710 94A Ave
Surrey, BC V3V 1N1






Monday – Friday: 7:00 AM – 6:30 PM
Saturday: 7:30 AM – 1:00 PM


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