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.
N.Z.R.P., M.C.P.A., F.C.A.M.T
Orthopaedics; Spinal Manipulation/
Mobilization; TMJ; Sports Injuries
Industrial Health, Active Rehabilitation
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.
Over the years, Grant has gained experience in many varied areas. He has worked with several sports injuries for most sports, including hockey, soccer, rugby, lacrosse, basketball, baseball, martial arts, track and field, figure skating, dance and running. The athletes he has worked with range from weekend warriors to those at the elite level. Grant also provides Functional/Biomechanical Assessments for athletes to improve their performance and prevent injuries. As a Manipulative Therapist, Grant is a member of a select group in Canada who have completed the Canadian Manipulative Therapist Association exam process. If Manipulation is appropriate and the best option, Grant can provide that well. Grant fosters a special interest in the treatment of TMJ disorders. With 30 years of experience in this area, he works closely with dentists, orthodontists and facial surgeons to help you with your TMJ issues. Grant treats all kinds of injuries and sees patients privately, after MVA/ICBC claims and with WorkSafeBC injuries.
Peter von Riedemann
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.
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 orthopedic injuries. Her treatment approach involves exercise prescription, soft tissue mobilization/myofascial release, patient education, correction of posture and movement patterns. She provides Women’s Health Physiotherapy and is also certified in Functional Dry Needling Level 1. She treats conditions like stress incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, urge incontinence, chronic pelvic pain, dyspareunia, vaginismus, vulvodynia, pudendal neuralgia, interstitial cystitis, pregnancy and postnatal care and pelvic girdle pain. She has also taken additional courses in Mulligan Manual Therapy, acute management of sports-related concussion and management of the post-concussion syndrome. She has a special interest in Vestibular Rehabilitation. She speaks fluent English, Hindi and Punjabi. As pastimes, Param enjoys music and playing badminton.