Kerry Griffin

Registered Physiotherapist, BSc. PT, FCAMPT, CAFCI, CGIMS

Kerry has been an orthopaedic physiotherapist in private practice since graduating from the University of Western Ontario in 1995.

He has practiced Anatomical Acupuncture for over 20 years.  He received his sports Physiotherapy Certificate in 2003 and has always enjoyed giving back to the community as a sports trainer.  He is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manual Physical Therapists and a Gunn IMS Practitioner.

Having been born and raised in Barrie, Kerry is proud to serve his community as a physiotherapist with a passion for the profession and those he serves.  He created Rebound Physiotherapy & Sports Medicine as a full service rehabilitation facility where every client receives one on one focused care with maximum effort to reach their goals.

Dr. Margaret Burghardt

BSc., MD, CCFP(SEM), Diploma of Sport and Exercise Medicine (CASEM)

Dr. Margaret Burghardt is a Fellowship trained Physician with over 20 years of experience in Sport and Exercise Medicine.  She completed medical school at the University of Toronto and a Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship at Western University.  She successfully obtained the Diploma in Sport Medicine from the Canadian Academy of Sport and Exercise Medicine (CASEM) in 1996.

Dr. Burghardt is the current President of CASEM (2020-2021) and is the former Chair of the CASEM Publications Committee. (2009-2020).

Dr. Burghardt is an MSK Preceptor for the University of Toronto Family Medicine Residency Program.  She is a former team physician for Western University and Georgian College Varsity teams.

She provides care to active people and athletes of all ages and skill levels, from youth in recreational sport, to the adult hoping to be fit, to the elite competitive athlete.  She has worked at International Games such as the Pan Am and ParaPan Am Games in Toronto and Winnipeg, the World Cycling Championships, and the World Triathlon Championships.  She has travelled as team physician with Athletics Canada and has extra training in the Prevention and Treatment of Running Injuries.

Dr. Burghardt is a current team physician with Swimming Canada.

On a personal note, Dr. Burghardt enjoys many outdoor activities including running and cross country skiing.  She has participated in triathlons and half marathons over many years and enjoys hiking and cycle touring.


KC Fieldhouse

Registered Physiotherapist, B PhysEd, MPT

KC graduated from Curtin University in Western Australia in 2010 with his Masters in Physiotherapy.  He has an honors degree in Physical Education obtained from Brock University in 2007.

After graduating, KC spent his first couple of years working in a private practice setting in Australia treating a wide variety of orthopaedic cases.  He was also a sports trainer/physiotherapist for a local rugby club while in Australia.  At Curtin University KC worked as both a clinical supervisor for students completing their final year and he assisted in teaching biomechanics and movement skills labs.

Since moving back to Canada, KC has worked in Barrie in a private practice setting.  He has also been enjoying teaching body mechanics seminars with Simcoe County Learning Centres.

KC strongly believes in the importance and effectiveness of hands on, manual therapy, and has completed a Certificate of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy at Curtin University in 2011.  KC uses manual therapy as well as anatomical acupuncture and dry needling as a part of his regular practice.  He also has further training in shoulder assessment and treatment, Shockwave Therapy, and running assessment and treatment.

KC’s interests in rehab are sports and exercise related injuries, Crossfit injury prevention and treatment, running injuries, postural/ergonomics issues, shoulder issues and biomechanical analysis and correction.

Heidi Broughton

Registered Massage Therapist, CAT(c), BESS, Dip. Massage Therapy

Heidi Broughton was born and raised in Manitoba.  Living in a small town, she learned the value of family and hard work.  Her compassionate nature and desire to help people drew her towards a life in health care.

Two years after completing her degree in Exercise and Sport Science – Athletic Therapy at the University of Manitoba, she moved to Ontario.  In 2011, she finished her diploma in Massage Therapy at the Ontario College of Health and Technology.

Heidi has a wealth of experience in treating a wide variety of ailments, and definitely has that healing touch!  Heidi provides sports rehabilitation and uses deep tissue and relaxation techniques as indicated.  She is excellent with headache management and chronic pain conditions.  Heidi also provides Craniosacral Therapy, Thai Stem Massage, as well as Nordic Pole Walking training.

Darlene Rose

Registered Massage Therapist

My understanding of a hard day’s work and strength of family began at an early age, growing up in Prince Edward County, with my family owning and running a market garden.

Having lived in Toronto for 19 years, I understand urban induced stress (and it also gave me a deep love of foods from all over the world).  My exposure to alternative health began in 1992 and I have worked in the field ever since.  This has allowed a deep comprehension and appreciation of the vast array of therapies available to an individual.

My passions for health care drove me to complete my massage therapy Diploma from ICT Kikkawa College in Toronto.  I have worked in both healing spa and clinical settings experiencing an extensive variety of clients and conditions.

My clinical focus is holistic and “wholistic” in nature.  I want you to function well from head to toe to maximize your quality of life.

I have recently moved back to Barrie and am excited to continue my career in Rebound’s multidisciplinary and professional environment.

There is a charge for the massage, but the comedy and positive atmosphere is free.  After all, laughter is truly the best medicine.

Natasha Webber

Physiotherapy Resident, MScPT, BScKin (Hons)

Natasha grew up in Barrie and is thrilled to be joining the team at Rebound to begin her physiotherapy career. She believes in helping people achieve their goals from a holistic perspective, through a combination of body movement, strengthening, and evidence- based treatment. Growing up as an athlete, Natasha understands the mind-body connection and the relationship that exists between pain, injuries, and return to sport. Natasha completed her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy at Queen’s University in September 2021. She graduated from Dalhousie University in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology degree with honours. When Natasha is not wearing her physio hat, she is a mountain biker, ultimate frisbee player, skier, camping enthusiast, amateur chef, and dog lover.

Support Staff

Kelli van Bolhuis

Administrative Assistant

Tracey Anderson

Part Time Clinic Administrator

Jessica Jarvis

Administrative Assistant