areas of expertise:
Chronic pain | Orthopaedics | Concussion | Sports Injury
Gary is originally from Dublin, Ireland and grew up in both Ireland and Belgium. He graduated with a BSc from Bath University, in England; followed up with a MSc degree in Physiotherapy from Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, Scotland.
Gary moved to Canada in 2013 and immediately enjoyed specializing in orthopaedic physiotherapy. He’s completed several additional courses in the areas of acupuncture, manual therapy, concussion rehab and pain management.
Gary integrates manual therapy, exercise prescription and education to help his patients continue enjoy their active lives.
Gary has previously enjoyed a career in teaching, was instrumental in the set up of the Spinal Cord Institute of Zambia and has volunteered sports coverage for both the Peterborough Petes and Lakers Lacrosse in Peterborough. Additionally, Gary speaks fluent English, French, Dutch and Spanish.
When not practising physio, Gary can be found playing several sports, cycling to work, trail running, travelling and spending time with his wife, two sons and great Dane in their home of Millbrook.