Jonathan is a physiotherapist at Zone Sports Physiotherapy. There he works along side orthopedic surgeons, sports physicians, a physiatrist, and an orthotist. Jonathan has been involved with private practice sports and orthopedic physiotherapy in Saskatoon since graduating from the University of Saskatchewan with a Masters in Physical Therapy in 2011. Prior to this, Jonathan completed his Kinesiology degree, graduating with great distinction. Jonathan has completed the Diploma of Spinal Manipulation through the Canadian Orthopedic Division. He has also acquired certification in vestibular rehabilitation, concussion management, and functional dry needling (FDN). Jonathan has a keen interest in the management and treatment of dizziness, vertigo, and concussion.
I graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with my MPT in 2011, and my Bsc(kin) in 2009. I successfully completed my OD advanced exam in 2017. I have worked in Private practice with an emphasis on Orthopaedic and Sport. In 2015, I travelled with the U23 Sprint CanoeKayak National team to Worlds as the team Physiotherapist. I have experience working with all activity levels and all age ranges from infants to seniors. In may spare time I enjoy the outdoors, traveling and spending time with my wife and family.
Jeff graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 1989. From the very onset he has taken a keen interest in developing his manual therapy skills. Always pursuing new and innovative ways to assist his clientele, Jeff has become well educated and extensively practices Myofascial Release as a means of optimizing function. Jeff continues to work diligently to integrate the Myofascial Release approach with the skills he has acquired as a Part B therapist. Of particular interest at this time is to truly integrate the assessment and treatment of separate body parts through integrating the myofascial mechanical link between the cervical spine and shoulder girdle regions as well as the lumbar/pelvic/hip relationship. This approach appears to be very successful when conventional evidence-based approaches fail.
Richard Bourassa is a partner in Bourassa and Associates Rehabilitation Center. He is also the provincial WCB Rehabilitation Consultant. Pertinent credentials include: Bachelor of Physical Therapy; Master of Science; Clinical Associate Professor School of Physical Therapy with Concurrent appointment in the Department of Community Health and Epidemiology, College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan; Part-time Clinical Instructor, College of Dentistry; University of Saskatchewan; Advanced Diploma of Manipulative Physical Therapy (Dip. Manip. PT); Fellow Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy (FCAMPT); National examiner – Orthopedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.Awards include the Golden Hands Award and Lifetime membership in CAMPT
Denise graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 1989, and has been in her current place of employment for over 20 years. She has been an Instructor in the National Orthopaedic System since 1999.
Amber Rollack is a senior therapist and clinical coordinator at Bourassa and Associates Rehabilitation Center. She completed her B.Sc.(P.T.) at the University of Saskatchewan in 2004, Certificate in Medical Acupuncture at the University of Alberta in 2010, Gunn IMS training in 2012, and M.Cl.Sc. (manipulative therapy) at the University of Western Ontario in 2013. She is a teaching assistant for the University of Saskatchewan MPT orthopaedic courses.
Graduate of the B.Sc. PT program at the U of S in 2007. Prior education includes a B.Sc. Biochemistry. I have been working in private practice at Bourassa and Associates since graduating from the program. Also have obtained credentials in GunnIMS in 2012.
Craig obtained his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology (Great Distinction) in 1999 while playing Huskie volleyball (’93-94) and Track and Field (‘94-01). He obtained his Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy (with Distinction) in 2002 at the University of Saskatchewan. Craig obtained his Diploma in Manual and Manipulative Therapy in 2007 and became a Fellow of the Canadian Association of Manual Therapists in the same year. For the past 4 years, Craig has been a clinical teaching assistant with the College of Medicine and School of Physical Therapy at the University Of Saskatchewan.
Clinically, Craig has a special interest in shoulder and spine injuries; both sports and work-injury related. He has presented to Saskatoon Health Region on “Assessment on the Injured Shoulder” in 2009, and had an appearance on Saskatoon Global Morning Show presenting on Ankle Injuries in 2010. Craig is very involved in the Saskatoon community as a minor hockey and soccer coach, as well serves as the team Physical Therapist for the Saskatoon Valkyries who are 4 time defending champions of Western Women’s Canadian Football League (WWCFL). Craig became a Certified Speed and Agility Coach in 2017 and works with Saskatoon Eastside Soccer Club in the role of Speed and Agility Coach with the Eastside Development Center. Craig lives in Saskatoon with his wife and 3 children.