Eli’s experience in health care and sports medicine began at McMaster University where he completed his Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and worked with the Varsity Squash and Men’s Varsity Basketball teams as a team therapist. He completed his physiotherapy training at the University of Toronto. As a recent graduate he worked with Family Physiotherapy in Ottawa in an outpatient, orthopaedic environment and long term care settings. In 2012, he completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, specializing in manipulative therapy. Eli specializes in manual therapy, functional assessment and exercise prescription. He has a keen interest in manual therapy, basketball, running and resistance training.
Ian graduated from Dalhousie University in 1998 with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy. After completing his degree, Ian was a clinical instructor in Dalhousie’s undergraduate physiotherapy program. He successfully completed his Advanced Diploma of Manual and Manipulative Therapy in 2004 and became certified in Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) in 2008. In 2003, Ian left his clinical practice in Halifax to work as a physiotherapist for the world-renowned Cirque du Soleil. For four years, Ian travelled around the globe with the touring show, Alegria, treating injuries of the 60 elite acrobats and helping them achieve their amazing skills. Ian became the first physiotherapist in western Canada to become a certified Muscle Activation Techniques (MAT) Specialist (2010) In addition to other manual therapy techniques, he has found MAT to profoundly improve his success in treating injuries. Ian now calls Calgary home and has been practicing in the downtown core for the past 12 years. He is the co-owner of Calgary Core Physiotherapy.
Trish graduated from SFU with a Bachelors Degree in Kinesiology, and from McMaster University with a Masters Degree in Rehabilitation Sciences (Physiotherapy). She completed her Advanced Diploma of Manual and Manipulative therapy, and has taken post-graduate courses in manual therapy, acupuncture, pre- and post-natal care, pelvic and perineal re-education, and running injuries. She has experience working with people of all ages and fitness abilities but has a special interest in treating running injuries and pelvic floor disorders, and working with new moms and moms-to-be.
Tanya graduated with great distinction from the University of Lethbridge with a Bachelors of Science degree in Kinesiology in 2002. She received her Master’s of Science degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Alberta in 2006. Since graduation, Tanya has pursued numerous continuing education courses to further her skill set. She has received certifications in spinal manipulation (Diploma of Manual and Manipulative Therapy), Intramuscular Stimulation (Gunn IMS), and Acupuncture (Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute). Tanya’s areas of interest include functional return to sport and activity, injury prevention, IMS, and manual therapy.
Originally from Saskatchewan, Amy Fahlman brings a wealth of experience and valuable perspective to the physiotherapy team. After convocating from the University of Saskatchewan with distinction, she worked in a private practice setting with a strong focus on manual therapy. She mentored with renowned manual therapists across the country, where she developed her keen intuition and feel. She completed a Masters of Clinical Science in manipulative therapy from the University of Western Ontario, and graduated at the top of her class. She is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy Manipulative Physiotherapists (FCAMPT), and is an executive member of the Orthopedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. rnrnAmy has developed a keen interest in personal exercise instruction and running biomechanical analysis. She has completed her Can Fit Pro certifications for personal training and fitness instructor specialist, and specializes in injury specific evidence-based exercise instruction. She has a particular interest in running injuries, and uses video analysis to work with runners on correcting mechanical faults to optimize running performance and assist in injury prevention. Her rehabilitative philosophy is focused on neuromuscular training, injury specific exercise programs, functional strengthening, core development, and progressive return to pre-injury activity. rnrnGrowing up in Western Canada gave Amy an appreciation for the outdoors. To balance her love for running, she also spends time snowboarding, snowshoeing, hiking, canoeing, camping, and quality time with her family, friends and animals.
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.
Graduated from Laval University in 2009rnMaster of clinical science in 2014rnFounder of “La clinique vélo physio” that provides specific care for cyclists
Graduated from the University of British Columbia in 1998. Also treats vestibular conditions and is certified in Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS). Competed internationally for Canada in track and field. Sprints coach for Nanaimo Track and Field Club.
EMIGRATED TO CANADA IN 1981.COMPLETED PART A 1987 AND PART B 1990.HAVE OWNED AND WORKED FULL TIME IN CLINIC LAST 30 YEARS
Rhonda Cooper: Rhonda received her master\\\’s degree in physiotherapy from the University of British Columbia in 2006. She has gone on to complete her acupuncture certification through AFCI and her Part B Manual Therapy with the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. rnPrior to becoming a physiotherapist, Rhonda worked for 14 years as a professional contemporary dancer. She continues to dance and practice yoga and feels that these interests positively influence her role as a physiotherapist. rnrnrn
Keith Ross graduated with Distinction from the University of Alberta in 1994. He has worked with the Canadian Forces in Edmonton, Alberta for 16 years. Recently (2017) he completed a Graduate Certificate in Pain Management from the University of Alberta.