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Client Testimonial

When I came to live in Cayman I decided to train for Ironman distance triathlon. I could not have done it without Christine. She has been an inspiration, a guide and most importantly a skilled and flexible physiotherapist. She has seen me through strains, foot dysfunction, tendonitis, and a wide variety of things which have niggled me. She has kept me training, where safe and possible to do so, but has been firm and stopped me when I really needed to rest. I have been through knee surgery and recovery and found her techniques and imagination in finding a way to heal, eliminate pain, and renew functionality without comparison. She will help you get back to whatever level of functionality you need. If you need a physio, go to the best!
Nicola Moore

The ASAP Team

Meet your A Step Ahead Physiotherapy team.
A wealth of expertise brought together to look after you.



Christine Gibbs PT, BS, MPT - Cayman Islands Physiotherapist

Christine graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Physiology from California State University, Fresno. She continued her education at CSUF and graduated Magna Cum Laude with great distinction, earning a Master of Physical Therapy degree in 2001. Throughout her career, she has worked in a variety of settings and has treated all body parts from head to toe. She enjoys fixing people from all levels of fitness and has ultimately found her niche in sports rehabilitation and gait biomechanics. She is trained in a wide variety of manual therapy techniques, custom orthotic fitting, and specializes in biomechanics of the lower extremity and foot function. Becoming a Cayman Islands Physiotherapist has enabled her to continue with her passion for fixing people in an ideal environment and A Step Ahead Physiotherapy, Cayman is the perfect place!

Christine is an avid golfer, runner, and triathlon enthusiast. Due to this passion for athletics, she is keen to help others restore their health and fitness to enable them to return to their passions. Christine moved to the Cayman Islands in 2002 and has embraced the island lifestyle with her husband, Gary, and 2 cats, Cleo and Harley. She is proud to have been selected to serve on the National Council for Persons with Disabilities. She is looking forward to making improvements in Grand Cayman for those living with disabilities. 

Education and Training

  • BS, Exercise Physiology - California State University, Fresno, USA
  • Master of Physical Therapy - Magna Cum Laude with great distinction, California State University, Fresno, USA

Continuing Education

Areas of Focus

  • Lower extremity biomechanics
  • Running injuries and dysfunction - keeping the runner running!
  • Foot dysfunction and how it affects everything above it
  • Video gait analysis
  • Video golf swing analysis

Professional Memberships

  • American Physical Therapy Association California Chapter Physical Therapy Association

Community Involvement

Personal Interests

Triathlons, Half Marathons, Golf, Scuba diving, Water Skiing, Travelling and Cooking.

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Roma Oleksyn PT, BKin, BScPT - Cayman Islands Physiotherapist

Roma graduated from the University of Saskatchewan where she obtained degrees in Education, Kinesiology and Physiotherapy. Her work as a Physiotherapist has been diverse incorporating both the public and private sectors.

During Roma’s 15 year career, she has gained extensive experience treating trauma-induced sports injuries, repetitive strains, motor vehicle accidents, work-related injuries and in post-surgical rehabilitation. Her passion for treating sports related injuries enticed her to move from Canada to Grand Cayman to work with the team at A Step Ahead Physiotherapy.

Roma’s patients appreciate her thorough and personable care. Her approach to rehabilitation is to educate patients about their injuries, advise them on what they can do to facilitate their healing and apply the optimal Physiotherapy treatment. In an effort to continuously expand her skill set as a Physiotherapist, Roma pursues courses in manual therapy, prevention of running injuries and spinal stabilization. This past year saw her become a Certified Lymphedema Therapist and Gunn IMS practitioner. She is excited to provide both of these specialized treatments for patients in the Cayman Islands.

Roma’s passion for treating sports injuries stems from her own experience as an athlete. While at the University of Saskatchewan, she was a member of the Huskie Track & Field Team and competed nationally and internationally in the Heptathlon. While competing at an elite level, she gained an appreciation for the positive influence that Physiotherapy had on healing injuries and optimizing athletic performance.

Since hanging up her track spikes, she found a new passion in the sport of rowing and competed for the Calgary Rowing Club for seven seasons. Moving to the island has given Roma the opportunity to explore a variety of new activities. From paddle boarding to yoga on the beach - she is enjoying all the fun that island life has to offer.

Roma identifies with patient’s athletic goals and understands what motivates them. She is committed to providing Physiotherapy treatments that help her patients get back in the game!

Continuing Education

  • UBC Gunn IMS Course
  • Academy of Lymphatic Studies: Complete Lymphedema Certification Course
  • Mastering the Shoulder: Level 1 Essential Orthopaedics Course
  • APTEI: The Shoulder Complex Part I & II
  • Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute: AA1 & AA2 Courses
  • New Trends in the Prevention of Running Injuries Course
  • New Advances in Hip Rehabilitation Course
  • Building the Ultimate Back: From Rehabilitation to Performance
  • Level 1 of The Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy

Professional Memberships

  • Canadian Physiotherapy Association, Orthopaedic & Acupuncture Division Member
  • Acupuncture Canada Member
  • The Running Clinic - Specialist