Regan Coulter holds a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy (2000) and a Bachelor of Science in Anatomy and Cell Biology (1998) from the University of Saskatchewan. She joined the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy as a resident in May 2005, and became a fellow in December of the same year achieving her Advanced Diploma of Manipulative Therapy. She is an instructor for the CPA National Orthopaedic Division and was awarded the Saskatchewan Physiotherapy Association Award for Clinical Excellence in 2015, and CPTE Award of Recognition in 2017. In addition to her manual therapy training, Regan has a special interest in craniofacial pain and certifications in functional rehabilitation, women’s health and GunnIMS dry needling.
Julie holds a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy (2000) from the University of Saskatchewan and a Masters of Clinical Science (2011) from Western University. She joined the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy as a resident in May 2005, and became a fellow in 2007 after achieving her Advanced Diploma of Manipulative Therapy. Julie also is a certified Gunn Intra Muscular Stimulation Practitioner and registered mentor with the National Orthopedic Division.
Alison convocated from U of S in 1998 with a Bachelor of Science in both Physiotherapy and Physiology, both with Great Distinction. Alison has always had a keen interest in manual therapy. She joined the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists as a resident in 2004 and became a fellow in 2007. Alison has always worked in an outpatient orthopaedic setting. She currently works at Stapleford Physiotherapy in north Regina. In addition to manual therapy, Alison has also taken courses in gait analysis, neural mobilization, myofascial release and movement impairments syndromes.
Chantale convocated from the University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelor of Science in Anatomy and Cell Biology (2004) and a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy (2007). She became a fellow with the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists in 2014. In addition to manual therapy, Chantale is also certified in acupuncture (CAFCI), Gunn IMS, and Matheson FCE.
Alistair completed undergraduate degrees from the University of Saskatchewan in Physical Education and Physical Therapy and is a Certified Athletic Therapist. Alistair holds a Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy. He is a certified GunnIMS (dry needling) provider, and has received training in The Integrated Systems Model of Disability and Pain (Lee & Lee), and The Thoracic Ring ApproachTM (LJ Lee).Alistair is currently a Mentor/Instructor with the Canadian Physiotherapy Association Orthopaedic Education Division, and holds a position with The University of Saskatchewan College of Medicine Community Faculty, as a Clinical Lecturer in the Department of Academic Family Medicine.Alistair has extensive experience working in primary and functional rehabilitation.He has worked closely with a number of both amateur and professional sports teams and athletes for over two decades.
Andrea graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 2003 with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy. She has been practicing in orthopedic private practice since that time. She joined the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy in 2010, and obtained her Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physical Therapy in 2011. She has taken post-graduate courses in TMJ and Craniofacial dysfunction, Acupuncture, sports and running, tendinopathy, neural mobilization as well as cervical stabilization. She has a special interest in management of cervical and TMJ dysfunction, and works at Bourassa and Associates Rehabilitation in Regina, Saskatchewan.
Originally from Swift Current Saskatchewan, Kristie obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology at the University of Regina and her Master’s in Physical Therapy at the University of Saskatchewan in 2011. As of November 2020, she completed the Masters in Rehabilitative Science program through the University of British Columbia along with the graduate certificate in manual physical therapy, which is in accordance with the FCAMPT designation.
Previously she worked at Stapleford Physiotherapy in Regina for eight years with a short year working in sport and orthopaedics in New Zealand, but is currently working at the University of Regina in the Dr. Paul Schwann Centre. Over the span of her career, she found a keen interest in sport therapy, receiving her Sport Diploma in May 2019 and is currently working as the senior therapist for the Regina Thunder of the Canadian Junior Football League. She has also taken part in national and international sporting events such as the U18 National Rugby competition in 2011-2015, the NAIG games in 2014, the Pan Am games in Toronto in 2015, the Western Canada summer games in 2019, the NACAC games in El Salvador in 2016 where she was the therapist for Team Canada Athletics, and currently works with the U18 Saskatchewan football team in the summer.
Kristie has always found continuing education and involvement in the profession to be an important aspect of her career. She currently holds a board position with the Sask division of Sport Physio Canada and enjoys learning, teaching and mentoring students.
Louise Ashcroft holds a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy (1983) from the University of Alberta. She obtained her Certificate in Sports Physiotherapy in 1995, and her Diploma in Sports Physiotherapy in 1998. She completed her Certificate in Acupuncture (CAFCI) in 2000. She joined the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy as a resident in December 2005 and completed her fellowship in 2007. In addition to clinical work as a Sport Physio, she is a Clinical Instructor with the Saskatchewan College of Medicine, and the physiotherapy consultant to Saskatchewan Government Auto Insurance (injury/rehabilitation division). She also has attended numerous multisport games as a member of Team Canada’s Medical Team.
Louise has a special interest in postural and movement related pain disorders, particularly as they relate to repetitive activities involved in sport, recreation and music.
Jeremy graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 2011 with a Masters degrees in Physical Therapy. He went on to complete is orthopaedic syllabus and attained a Diploma in Manual and Manipulative Physical therapy. He is rostered with the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy. He also has a Bachelors degree in Kinesiology from the University of Regina. He has attained credentialing in Gunn IMS from the University of British Columbia. He also has Certificate in Vestibular Rehabilitation. He has his McKenzie part A, B, C and D.
Jeremy has a number of clinical interests including craniofascial and TMJ related pain, balance and dizziness, disorders of the spine (including neck and lumbar disc herniation) and neuropathic pain. His caseload involves treatment of musculoskeletal health including osteoarthritis, tendonopathy, disorders of the extremities, post surgical rehab and preventative physical therapy.