Ravi is registered with the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He was born and raised in Mandalay, Myanmar (formerly called Burma). He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Mandalay and subsequently attended medical college in Nagpur, India where he trained in physiotherapy and rehabilitation.
Upon immigrating to Canada in 1973, Ravi worked across Canada and further continued his education in Toronto and the United States, training in manual therapy, spinal manipulation and soft tissue techniques, (Osteopathic training).
An additional two years were spent at Hamilton General Hospital working with plastic surgeons in the treatment of hands.
Ravi's history with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada has been extensive, serving as an examiner for 8 years, as a member of the Board of Directors for 8 years and as president from 1996-1997. As well as lecturing at the Foundation for many years, Ravi has also lectured in the Acupuncture program at McMaster University. Ravi has taught acupuncture both nationally and internationally and has lectured extensively on acupuncture and soft laser.
Professional Affiliations: Homeopathic Medical Council Of Canada, Ontario Physiotherapy Association, College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturist of Ontario.
Service to the Community: Volunteer Carpenter Hospice Burlington, Halton District School Board and the Burlington Senior Centre
Ravi has been practicing Physiotherapy in Burlington for over 35 years. His sense of fairness, integrity and commitment to his patients and to the public-at-large is well recognized. Without a doubt, he has earned the trust and confidence of his patients due to his passion for healing, his strong work ethic and his ongoing determination to keep up with the latest technology. Ravi continues to attend various conferences in order to upgrade and expand his knowledge. It is his mission to always strive to provide the best care possible for each and every patient.
Kevin is a Registered Massage Therapist and a graduate of Canadian Therapeutic College in Burlington (2009). He joined Complimentary Physiotherapy in September 2011 and is currently also completing a degree in Bachelor Health Science with Thompson River University.
Upon the completion of this program Kevin is planning to return to school part time in order to obtain his degree in Osteopathy.
Prior to completing his Massage Therapy Diploma Kevin spent two years abroad in England completing a Diploma in Sport and Exercise Science and playing competitive soccer.
In his past Kevin voluntarily completed 200 clinical hours and 30 outreach hours practicing massage therapy. During his outreach hours Kevin treated patients both pre and post sport event helping them with their specific needs. Some of these events include the two-day international swim meet in Etobicoke (2009), as well as several provincial hockey tournaments and gymnastic competitions.
Kevin treats a large variety of cases on a daily basis, including conditions such as: