You know without a doubt that when you walk through the doors at Trent Health In Motion, you’ll always be met with a smile and treated by the most qualified clinic staff in the area. It’s true, you know the physiotherapists, massage therapists, and chiropractors plus the amazing support staff, are awesome at what they do, but how well do you really know them?

It’s important to us that you know more about the THIM staff – the people directly responsible for you treatment and recovery. Drum roll please! In no particular order, here are your THIM staff!

Dr. J. Crawford Dobson, MD, FRCS (C) Orthopaedic Surgeon

Dr. Dobson

Dr. Dobson is a leading Orthopaedic Surgeon, a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and is Board Certified with the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgeons. Dr. Dobson obtained his Fellowship in Sports Medicine in Ottawa and provided orthopaedic expertise to the Ottawa Roughriders, the University of Ottawa, and Carlton Varsity teams. Over the past 15 years Dr. Dobson has treated elite local, national and international athletes. He is currently affiliated with the Peterborough Petes Junior “A” hockey team.

Dr. Dan Calow, BScHK, DC, Medical Acupuncture Provider Chiropractor


Dr. Dan Calow grew up in Peterborough where he was an avid participant in the Peterborough athletics community, playing all kinds of sports like hockey, football, rugby and lacrosse. His interest in performance and movement led him to Ottawa where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Kinetics from the University of Ottawa in 2011. His passion for movement, rehabilitation, and therapy combined with his experiences in chiropractic as a high school football player led him to pursuing a career in chiropractic. In June 2015 he graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto with a Doctorate in Chiropractic. Along the way he received his accreditation as a Contemporary medical acupuncture provider from the MacMaster University Contemporary Acupuncture program. His goal is to improve the lifestyle of every patient by reducing pain, improving movement, and maximizing function using conservative, drug-free therapy techniques. His focus is on assessing, diagnosing, and devising individualized care plans to treat conditions and injuries to the nerves, muscles, and joints of the body. Because of his background, he has a special interest in working with athletes for injury prevention, return to play, and optimizing performance, but he believes all patients are athletes as physical activity and movement are key to a healthy lifestyle.

Michael Williams, PT, FCAMPT, MClSc, MScPT, Hons BPHE Registered Physiotherapist


Michael enjoys working with clients to help them recover fully, so they can achieve their health and fitness goals. Musculoskeletal problems, especially those resulting from sports related injuries, are his primary area of interest. Michael uses manual therapy techniques, individualized strengthening and stretching exercises, and movement retraining to help clients rehabilitate from injury and prevent recurrence. He has worked with athletes of all levels, participating in many different sports, from professional basketball teams and the Canadian Men’s National Cricket team, to amateur and recreational athletes of all ages in sports such as soccer, football, hockey and golf.

Michael has continued to build on his skills and knowledge through a variety of continuing education courses. Most notably he completed the Masters in Clinical Science program at the University of Western Ontario and attained his advanced manual therapy (FCAMPT) designation. He also completed the Discover Physio series, where he learned the Integrated Systems Model (ISM). ISM is an approach to assessment and treatment that examines the whole person in order to address the underlying causes behind their meaningful complaint, as opposed to just treating the painful area.

Michael received his Masters in Physical Therapy from Queen’s University in 2010. Prior to attending Queen’s, he attended the University of Toronto where he earned an Honours Bachelor’s degree in Physical Education and Health. While obtaining his undergraduate degree at U of T he was a member of the Varsity Basketball team and team captain for 3 years.

Michael still maintains an active lifestyle, going to the gym, running, and playing basketball and golf on a regular basis.

Reanna Montopoli, PT, FCAMPT, MClSc, MScPT, Hons BPHE Registered Physiotherapist


Reanna is a compassionate physiotherapist who loves working with clients to help them achieve their goals. She graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Physical Education and Health from the University of Toronto in 2008. She then completed her Master’s of Physical Therapy at Queen’s University in 2010. After practicing for five years in orthopaedic physiotherapy, Reanna went on to complete her Master’s of Clinical Science in Manipulative Therapy at the University of Western Ontario in 2016. With this, Reanna achieved the designation as a Fellow of the Canadian Association of Manipulative Therapy (FCAMPT), which is the highest level of education in manual orthopaedic physiotherapy. She is registered and in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario, and is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.

Reanna has been actively pursuing continuing education opportunities to further advance her skills and to optimize outcomes for her clients. She has completed a one-year Discover Physio Series through which she learned how to assess and treat clients using the Integrated Systems Model (ISM). The ISM is an approach in which the therapist looks at the whole person to find the driving cause of their meaningful complaint rather than just assessing the painful area. Reanna has also taken many other courses to develop her skills set in soft tissue release techniques, therapeutic taping, and acupuncture.

Reanna takes a client-centered approach to treatment, where she involves the client in goal- setting right from the beginning. She explains each step of her assessment and treatment to ensure the client understands what is going on with their body, as well as what can be done to achieve their goals. She educates clients about strategies and exercises they can implement at home to help decrease pain, facilitate recovery, optimize performance, and prevent recurrence of injury. In addition to education and exercise, Reanna’s treatment sessions often include a combination of manual therapy techniques, soft tissue release, acupuncture and therapeutic taping. Each session will be tailored to the individual client’s needs.

In her spare time, Reanna enjoys leading an active healthy lifestyle including yoga, swimming, cycling and resistance training. She can often be found experimenting with new recipes in the kitchen, and also enjoys reading, traveling and spending time with friends and family.

Colin Rous, PT, HBSc, MScPT Registered Physiotherapist


Colin completed an Honours degree in Biochemistry, and a Masters Degree in Physiotherapy at McMaster University. Colin approaches the body systematically, looking at how the whole body moves, and how body movement that can affect individual problem areas. He is skilled at finding stiff and immobile joints and areas lacking strength and motor control that can lead to movement problems and pain.

Colin has a special interest in keeping people healthy and athletic throughout life, and has worked extensively with both youth and seniors athletes. He takes a special interest in running and weight lifting. Colin’s postgraduate education has focused on preventing and treating running and lifting injuries, as well as specialty education in Olympic lifting, athletic assessment, acupuncture, joint mobilization, manipulation and soft tissue/fascial mobilization .

Outside of work, Colin keeps busy with ultimate frisbee, football, volleyball, squash, canoe- tripping, and strength training.

Chloé Massé, BPHEH, MScPT Registered Physiotherapist


Chloé grew up in Pickering, ON. She has been passionate about athletics and fitness since a young age, and continues to participate and compete in several sports, including hockey, ultimate frisbee, and long distance running. Her passion for athletics, and the injuries tended to by physiotherapy along the way, motivated her to pursue a career as a physiotherapist.

Prior to practicing physiotherapy, Chloé gained experience working as a personal trainer, with a strong focus on creating adapted exercise programs for adults living with mobility impairments and spinal cord injuries. She was also actively involved in fitness training of peewee/bantam ‘AA’ hockey players.

Chloé completed both her Undergraduate degree in Physical & Health Education (Honours) and her Masters degree in Physical Therapy at Queen’s University, before she began practicing in Peterborough, which she now calls home. She has completed her Level 1 Manual Therapy Certification and plans to continue specializing in orthopaedics and sports physiotherapy. Outside of the clinic, Chloé also does on-field coverage for Trent University varsity athletics, and Lakefield College student-athletes.

David Kervin, RMT, SMT(cc), ART Provider
Registered Massage Therapist, Sport Massage Therapist (certification candidate)


Dave is a graduate from the Canadian College of Massage & Hydrotherapy, class of 1999. He has been practicing in Peterborough for over 15 years and with Trent Health in Motion for just over 10 years. Dave was a former instructor in the Massage Therapy program at Sir Sanford Fleming College before joining Trent Health in Motion. He has completed his Active Release Techniques training for the lower extremity and is currently a certification candidate with the Canadian Sport Massage Therapist Association. Dave has experience ranging from work at the Canada Winter Games, to working with the COC (Canadian Olympic Committee) at the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games. He has also worked with CSIO (Canadian Sport Institute of Ontario) in Florida with the National Swim Program, along with Olympic medalists, Professional Athletes and Amateur Athletes from across the country. Outside of work with Trent Health in Motion, Dave coaches with the Varsity Cross Country running team at Trent U and with the Peterborough Legion Track and Field Club. He also competes in Masters Athletics and competes in road cycling throughout the province.

Erin Ann Hobson, RMT, SMT(cc) Vestibular Rehabilitation
Registered Massage Therapist, Sport Massage Therapist (certification candidate)


Graduating from massage therapy in 2014 after a long love affair with sports, Erin became a member of the Canadian Sport Massage Therapy Association through which she has had the privilege of working with both weekend warriors and Olympians. Deciding to specialize in vestibular rehabilitation she took a vestibular rehab course that also had a focus on concussion rehabilitation. Working at Trent Health in Motion Erin has been able to work with both the Varsity Trent athletes as well as the general public.

Kristin Clark, BKin
Registered Kinesiologist, Quality Processes Lead


Kristin was born and raised in the Peterborough area, and was active in the sport community. This led her to pursue her education in the field of sport and science and she graduated with a Bachelor of Kinesiology degree from McMaster in 1999. Since that time, Kristin has spent most of her time working in the exercise therapy field, with special focus in the areas of chronic pain and occupational rehabilitation. She has been with the Lead The Way team since 2008, providing specialty services in functional capacity evaluation, hydrotherapy, ergonomic assessment and physical demands analysis in addition to her work in therapeutic exercise. Away from work, Kristin is involved with a local rep football program as both a coach and trainer, and enjoys teaching Peterborough’s youth about healthy living, injury prevention and sport performance. Kristin is an avid proponent of exercise as medicine and seeks to provide long term positive change in her clientele.

Samantha Tzagadouris, BSc, OTA & PTA Physiotherapy Assistant


Samantha grew up in Peterborough where she was active in competitive gymnastics, volleyball and track. She graduated from Trent University with Bachelor of Science in Biology with Honours, class of 2010. She then went on to complete the Physiotherapy Assistant and Occupational Therapy Assistant Program at Fleming College, graduating top of her class 2014. Outside of work, Samantha is a qualified coach and teaches Acro Dance at Imagine Studios for both their recreational and competitive program.

Vega Venuk, OTA & PTA Physiotherapy Assistant


Vega is a graduate of the Fleming College Occupational Therapist Assistant & Physiotherapist Assistant program. Vega has had placement experience in hospitals, long term care residence, and clinics such as Trent Heath in Motion. Vega is new to our team as of September and is looking forward to meeting all the clients.

Deb Murphy
Office Administrator


Born, raised and educated in Peterborough, Ontario.

Extensive medical background with various medical professionals including Cardiology, ICU and General Practitioners.

15 additional years working with Lead the Way Clinics doing various Administration duties.

Rose Gosselin
Medical Assistant for Dr. Dobson


After relocating to Peterborough Rose worked in retail for 12 years, then worked as a teller in a bank for 2 years. It was at that job that Rose heard of a postition in a Medical Clinic working evenings and she jumped at the opportunity so that she could be home with the children during the day. This started her journey in the medical world. Rose worked 2 years in a Peadiatric Evenening Walk in Clinic, then went on to Orthopadics where she has hung her hat for 26 years. She has had the pleasure of working with Dr Dobson for the past 16 years. She loves being with her family and friends, travelling, her dog, going to music festivals/beverages. Rose has learned quickly that “Every Day is a Gift”. That being said… May you always have love to share, health to spare…and friends who care….Cheers!!!!!

Mallory Wasson, Diploma in Human Resources Administration