Ross Rehab Presenting Exhibitor Booths at the Following Fall 2017 Conferences



Ontario Brain Injury Association Provincial Conference,  on November 1-3, 2017.

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Ontario Trial Lawyers Association Fall 2017 Conference, “Battle Tactics For Trial Lawyers” on November 15-17, 2017.

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The 17th Annual Advocacy Conference of the Hamilton Law Association, Thursday November 30, 2017

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Ross Rehabilitation is Proud to Sponsor True Grit Cycling Club

Ross Rehabilitation is proud to support True Grit Cycling Club. This club is based in Waterdown, ON and is the home of the True Grit Race Team and the True Grit Youth Development Squad. Team members have already been active in local, provincial, and North America based races, with multiple podium standings and personal successes. Beyond the podium, this club hosts group rides for all skill levels, provides a sense of community for its members, strives to be ambassadors of the sport, and promotes healthy and active lifestyles, something Ross Rehabilitation is proud to support!

Ross Rehabilitation would like to wish all members of True Grit Cycling Club a safe cycling season, and hope personal goals are met with pride, determination, and foremost, fun!

Successful Completion of Advanced Vestibular Course by Cheryl Wylie

We would like to announce that Cheryl Wylie, our Physiotherapy Clinic Practice Leader at Ross Rehabilitation, has successfully completed the Vestibular Rehabilitation: A Competency Based Course. This intense, evidence-based, six-day course is held in Atlanta, Georgia and co-sponsored by Emory University and the American Physical Therapy Association. Skills learned and perfected include: oculomotor examination with emphasis on the identification of nystagmus and canal involvement; balance and gait, fall risk, and functional assessments; and treatment procedures for BPPV, unilateral and bilateral peripheral vestibular disorders, and central vestibular disorders includes traumatic brain injury and stroke.

Cheryl has been working with vestibular patients since 2012, and has been able to hone her skills in this field of rehabilitation. Completion of this intense course has allowed further personal and professional growth in vestibular rehabilitation for Cheryl, and she is excited to use her knowledge and skill set to continue to help those suffering from dizziness and imbalance disorders.

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If you would like to book an appointment with Cheryl, or any other member of our physiotherapy team, please contact us.

Ross Rehab Presenting Exhibitor Booths at the Following Spring 2017 Conferences


Ontario Trial Lawyers Association Spring 2017 Conference, “Winning Your Case: What Works & What Doesn’t” on April 27 and 28, 2017.

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HLA_Logo_Transparent31st Annual Joint Insurance Seminar of the Hamilton Law Association & the OIAA (Hamilton Chapter), Tuesday May 2, 2017

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Hamilton Health Sciences, 24th Annual Conference on Neurobehavioral Rehabilitation in Acquired Brain Injury. May 4 and 5, 2017

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Now Offering Hamilton Concussion Support Group

Ross Rehabilitation is proud to announce our Hamilton Concussion Support Group. This group meets once a month to offer education, peer support, local resources, and friendship to those who have sustained a mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) / concussion in the Hamilton and surrounding region. Guest speakers attend most sessions to provide education on various topics, with time for open discussion after.


Second Thursday of Each Month, 6 – 7:30pm


Ross Rehabilitation Clinic, 875 Main Street West, Suite 1, Lower Level



To register or request additional information, please contact: Cheryl Wylie (Physiotherapy Clinic Practice Leader) at (905) 777-9838 ext. 113 or

Ross Rehab at the Hamilton Brain Injury Association’s 10th Annual Fundraising Dinner

HBIA 2016 DinnerRoss Rehab will be a Decoration Sponsor for the upcoming Hamilton Brain Injury Association’s 10th Annual Fundraising Dinner on November 17, 2016.

All proceeds for the event go towards funding HBIA’s support services and recreational activities for acute brain injury survivors and their caregivers and spouses.

For more information on this event, or if you would like to register, please visit the HBIA event website.

Group Hydrotherapy Class has MOVED!

pool-physioRoss Rehabilitation’s group hydrotherapy class is now being offered at Dalewood Recreational Center! This newly renovated pool is home to our weekly group classes running every Wednesday from 1:15-2:15pm.

Hydrotherapy uses the principles of water and buoyancy to allow increased movement than may be permitted on land. Due to less gravitational force, there is less stress on weight bearing joints such as the hips and knees, and less stress on our spine. The benefits are numerous and include:

  • Pain relief
  • Reduction in muscle spasms
  • Increased joint range of motion
  • Strengthening of weakened muscles
  • Increased circulation
  • Improvement of balance and coordination

If you are interested in participating in our group hydrotherapy class, contact Cheryl Wylie, Physiotherapy Clinic Practice Leader, at 905-777-9838 or

Ross Rehabilitation Group Hydrotherapy Class
Location: Dalewood Recreational Center, 1150 Main St. W. Hamilton, ON L8S 1C2
Time: Every Wednesday 1:15-2:15pm