The Centre for Physical Health logo

The Centre for Physical Health.

Rehab & Treatment
About Us
300 Rossland Road East, Suite 308, Ajax, ON, CA
Concussion Services
Baseline Testing
Concussion Treatment
Return to Play/Work/Learn
Hours of Operation
Monday8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Tuesday8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Wednesday8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Thursday8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Friday8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Saturday8:00 AM - 1:00 PM


  • Davis Gadjovich photo
    Davis Gadjovich.

    Active Release TherapyAcupuncture/DryneedlingExercise RehabMyofascial ReleaseNeck RehabVestibular RehabVision Rehab
    Jackson (Davis) Gadjovich, received his Bachelor’s of Science degree from Laurentian University’s Biomedical Sciences program with a major in Biology. He continued his post-graduate education pursing a partial Master’s of Public Health with a Specialization in Northern and Indigenous Health from Lakehead University before receiving his Master’s in Physical Therapy from the University of Toronto. Davis has experience in many physiotherapy settings such as sports performance, pre- and post-surgical, paediatrics, workplace injury, motor vehicle accident, and geriatrics. Davis has attained his Level 1 Orthopedic Division/Manual Therapy certification and plans to pursue subsequent levels. He is currently completing his Medical Acupuncture certification through McMaster University in the Spring of 2022. In addition, Davis has completed his Complete Concussion Management training course. With new research arising in the areas of sports and pediatric concussions, Davis understands that rehab can truly accelerate the recovery process once a concussion is sustained. Davis spent most of his childhood involved in sports such as hockey, football, rugby, golf, soccer, roller hockey, lacrosse, basketball, volleyball, and baseball. As well, he continues to actively participate in rock climbing, snowboarding, spikeball, hiking, camping, biking, running, weight training, boxing, and Muay Thai. With that being said, his treatment methods incorporate techniques learned in school and rehab strategies that he has received over the years with his own sports injuries. His experience in many different sports allows for greater understanding of how an injury may occur and the physical capability required to return to sport safely. Davis’ approach to therapy will involve a detailed initial assessment discussing the current issue and observing the physical limitations at hand. From there, a diagnosis will be made. An extensive treatment plan will be determined, to decrease pain, improve the aspects of physical function, and improve overall quality of life. Davis strongly believes in taking an active approach to therapy with progressive and functional exercise as well as several forms of manual therapy techniques. These include, but are not limited to, soft tissue release, active and passive release, and spinal/extremity joint mobilizations. With experience in many team sports, Davis believes in a collaborative effort for full recovery and will involve multiple healthcare disciplines as needed such as Chiropractors, Massage Therapists.
  • Brandon Cammisa photo
    Brandon Cammisa.
    Sports Physiotherapist
    MScPT, BHSc-kin, CMAG

    Active Release TherapyAcupuncture/DryneedlingExercise RehabMyofascial ReleaseNeck RehabVestibular RehabVision Rehab
    Upon completion of his Bachelor of Science(Honours) in Kinesiology (BHSc.Kin) at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Brandon then applied to and graduated from Queens University with a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy (MSc.PT) in 2017. Brandon is looking forward to offering his CCMI certification and concussion management. He then went on to complete his Neurofunctional Acupuncture certification at McMaster University. Brandon has completed his Manual therapy level 1 and working towards the remainder of his manual levels. Brandon has a strong sports therapy background in taping techniques, Soft Tissue Release training, acupuncture, exercise and extensive knowledge of many sports related and orthopaedic injuries. As a former high-level athlete, past experience as a trainer with the UOIT women’s soccer/lacrosse teams and possessing degrees in both Kinesiology and Physiotherapy, Brandon has accumulated extensive knowledge from all aspects of his involvement and is excited to apply his insights to the assessment, diagnosis and rehabilitation of your injury. Brandon is a firm believer in education, exercise, manual therapy and acupuncture in order to achieve pain free optimal health and performance. His education and past experience allows for accurate initial assessments and ensure the “cause” not only the symptoms are being treated. He advocates lifelong learning combined with evidence based practice and is excited to offer clients the proper road to recovery. His physiotherapy career started through his constant role in sports as a child. The Pickering native played mainly hockey, soccer, basketball, and performed martial arts, but also takes a keen interest in all different sports. Away from the clinic, Brandon enjoys going to the cottage, exercising, playing hockey, watching sports and trying to improve his skills daily. He coaches hockey and works with young rep hockey players on skill development and skating fundamentals.