Michael has been immersed in the health and wellness field for over 18 years. He started his career path by completing the Fitness & Lifestyle Management diploma at George Brown College in Toronto (1999). During this time he worked as a trainer assessing and designing personalized fitness programs to help individuals reach their wellness goals. Michael then moved to Peterborough to complete his Bachelors of Science degree at Trent University (2001). He spent 5 years working with individuals with acquired brain injury, implementing therapeutic and restorative programs. He returned to school to complete his Masters of Physical Therapy at D’Youville College in Buffalo, NY (2006). For the past 10 years Michael has continued to develop his professional skills with courses in Acupuncture, Dry Needling and Manual Therapy, completing his Advanced Diploma of Manual Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT) in 2013. Michael is committed to providing a comprehensive approach to enable individuals achieve their functional and fitness goals.
Melissa is a graduate from the University of Saskatchewan and has over 20 years of clinical experience. In addition to her manual therapy certification she is certified in Gunn Intarmuscular Stimulation (IMS). She believes in a hands on approach to treatment and feels the right combination of manual therapy, IMS and specific exercises will help her clients reach their greatest potential. She is an avid runner, soccer player and skiier. She loves spending time with her family.
Tim graduated from the University of Western Ontario with a Bachelor degree and Honours Specialization in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. He then went on to obtain his Master of Science degree in the field of Physical Therapy at Queen’s University. Tim has developed an exceptional understanding in the assessment and treatment of a vast assortment of orthopaedic injuries and diseases including: knee replacements, hip replacements, chronic low back pain, rheumatoid and osteoarthritis conditions, motor vehicle accidents, work related injuries and the common sports related muscle and ligament sprains / strains. However, Tim’s primary interest is in sports medicine and the recovery from sports-related injuries in which he has had the opportunity to treat a variety of amateur and professional athletes.rnrnAs a physiotherapist, Tim’s primary goal is to help restore, maintain and maximize the function, movement and overall well-being of all his clients. He strongly believes that each individual’s health condition is unique and implements a multi-modal treatment approach tailored to the specific needs of the patient. This may include: manual therapy (joint stabilizations, mobilizations or manipulations), soft tissue treatment, physical therapy modalities (muscle stimulation, IFC, TENS, ultrasound and laser) and developing stretching/strengthening exercise programs.
Tim is always progressing as a therapist and in addition to achieving his FCAMPT designation he is also certified in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture from McMaster University and NKT. He is a registered member of the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario and Canadian Physiotherapy Association of Canada
Working in a private clinic for the last 25 years in the orthopaedic field.Teaching in the manual therapy curriculum since 2002.Part of the canadian team teaching in France since 2012.Co-owner of Physio Élite since 2000.
Teaching cranio sacral therapy
Jeff graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 1989 and became the first person to achieve Part B manipulative status in Saskatchewan. He has achieved Expert Myofascial Release Practitioner status in the John Barnes Myofascial Release Approach. More recently, Jeff has twice completed the Integrated Systems Model for Disability and Pain. He was a registered instructor in the Canadian Orthopedic Division for 15 years and has taught specialty courses for 20 years. His special interest is in treating chronic conditions of all ages including sports, recreational, occupational and pain of unknown etiology
Sarah graduated from Queen’s University in 2011 with a Masters of Science in Physiotherapy. She received her diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Therapy in 2018. Sarah also holds certifications in Acupuncture, Functional Dry Needling, and shoulder and hip specific rehabilitation.
Surabhi is a highly-skilled physiotherapist who combines her experience, education and energy to empower her clients to achieve their goals. Surabhi treats various orthopaedic conditions, and particularly enjoys helping postpartum people return to exercise and sport. Surabhi excels at educating people on their injuries, and believes in providing her clients tools for self-care. Surabhi uses an evidence-informed multi-modal approach, integrating manual therapy, exercise, neurofunctional acupuncture, and therapeutic taping. Surabhi believes in life-long learning. She has earned a Master of Clinical Science in Manipulative Therapy through Western University, a Master of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto, and an Honours Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at the University of Waterloo. To broaden her scope of practice, Surabhi has also completed her acupuncture certification through the McMaster University Contemporary Medical Acupuncture program. She is also a Pregnancy & Postpartum Athleticism Coach. Surabhi is also involved in various volunteer roles. She holds an Adjunct Lecturer appointment at the University of Toronto Department of Physical Therapy and has been a Clinical Instructor to numerous final-year physiotherapy students. Surabhi has co-authored and published papers in major journals, and has been invited to share her research at National Conferences.
Anita Gross is a clinician, a researcher and an educator. She is an orthopaedic manipulative physical therapist (OMPT). She received a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy (1984) from the University of Toronto, a Graduate Diploma in Manipulative Therapy (1987) from Curtain University (Australia), a certificate in Orthopaedic Manipulative Physiotherapy (1990) from Orthopaedic Division CPA, a Fellowship in the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT, 1990), a Masters in Design, Measurement and Evaluation from McMaster University (1994), and the prestigious Lifetime Membership Award (2019) from CAMPT. She is an Associate Clinical Professor at McMaster University, the director of the OMPT field of study in Rehabilitation Sciences at McMaster University. She is also a lecturer at Western and the Canadian Physiotherapy Association –Orthopaedic Division. Her clinical work focuses on the TMJ, neck and spine care.
As a FCAMPT member, she sat on the national executive committee (CAMPT) and international committee for International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Physical Therapists (IFOMPT) from 2004 to 2016. She coordinates two research groups: 1) the Cervical Overview Group, a group that conducts and maintains 11 Cochrane and 4 other systematic reviews on neck pain and 2) the Head and Neck, Arm, Hand Research Group. She has 120 peer reviewed publications, has been Principal/co-investigator on 30 grants and has been an invited speaker at 20 international conferences. She supports two open access knowledge to action tool kits on the wiki site: Physiopaedia. She was an invited member to closed international conference Australia Whiplash 2011, the APTA Neck Care Guidelines committee, the College of Physiotherapist of Ontario, authorized acts advisory sub-groups on manipulative physiotherapy in 2010 and competency profile development group member for College of Physiotherapists of Alberta in 2007.
Anita Gross is a respected skilled clinician in the Oakville, Hamilton and GTA region with TMJ, Neck and Spinal Care being her field of specialization. She works with ProActive Health Group – Advanced Orthopaedic Physiotherapy at two site locations (tel) 905 338 2898; E: admin@ProActive Health.ca
323 Kerr St, Suite 209, Oakville, L6K 3B6
80 Traymore Ave, Hamilton, L8S 1R7.
Born and raised in London, ON, Jim completed an Honors BSc in Kinesiology at Western University where he participated in the sport injuries program. He worked as a therapist for several teams in the region including the London Thunderbirds Football Club and London United Soccer Club. He has covered many sporting events most notably the Commonwealth Wrestling Championships, and the Juvenile National Wrestling Championship.
He completed his Master of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Alberta where he concurrently worked as a therapist with Grant McEwan Basketball. He began working at Body Mechanics in 2007 when he and his wife returned to the London area to start a family. Jim opened the Ilderton location in October 2009 and became a Partner of Body Mechanics in 2016. He currently manages the Ilderton, Westmount and MOHLTC funded clinics.
He has completed courses in the Mulligan Concept, McKenzie MDT concept. He has been CAMPT Certified since successfully completing the advanced examinations in 2015.
Penny has incorporated the services and disciplines she feels are most beneficial to the full recovery of most patients under one roof. She has over 20 years of physiotherapy experience, all of which have been in private practice. Penny has obtained her Diploma of Advanced Orthopedic Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT) making her a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists. Penny also incorporates the use of Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) into her treatment of many different types of injuries. She is the first physiotherapist to practice IMS in Victoria and has been thrilled with the results. Penny has a keen interest in treating foot and ankle problems, dance, gymnastics, skating , and soccer injuries. She is always up for a challenge!
Shelbourne Physiotherapy, Pilates & Massage is a locally owned health company with 3 locations in beautiful Victoria, British Columbia. Our clinics offer Physiotherapy, IMS (Intramuscular Stimulation) & Dry Needling, Kinesiology, Exercise Rehabilitation, Massage Therapy, Sports Rehabilitation, Post-Operative Rehabilitation, Vestibular, Dizziness & Balance Rehabilitation, Women’s health (peri-partum and incontinence), Acupuncture, Hydrotherapy,Â Aquatherapy, Pool Therapy, Real Time Ultrasound, Arthritis and Osteoarthritis Treatment, Electrical Modalities, Pelvic Floor Physio, Pelvic Pain Physiotherapy, Incontinence Treatment, Sports Physiotherapy, Chronic Pain Treatment, Â Shockwave Therapy (ESWT), Aquatic Therapy, Yoga, Yogalates, Clinical Pilates and Custom Knee Bracing, Physiocanhelp.ca. Our clinics are approved providers for WorksafeBC (WCB) Physiotherapy and ICBC Physiotherapy, Kinesiology & Rehabilitation.Â We are proud members of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA), the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy(CAMPT), Sport Physiotherapy Canada, SportmedBC, British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists (BCAK), Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP),Â the Orthopaedic Division of the CPAÂ and the Physiotherapy Association of British Columbia (PABC)Â We have a clinic located in the Gordon Head Recreation CentreÂ in Saanich
Shelbourne Physiotherapy staff provide clinical instruction at our Victoria Clinic for students in the UBC Faculty of Medicine. We are an accredited facility for UBC Dept. of Physical Therapy Student Practicums.
Graduée B.Sc. Physiothérapie de l’Université de Montréal en 2005 Physiothérapeute-propriétaire Kinatex Sports Physio Joliette
Sanja Voros graduated from The University of Western Ontario in 2002 with the Degree in Health Sciences. Then, she received her Master’s Degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Alberta, Canada in 2006.rnrnDuring the past 11 years, Sanja has worked in hospitals, private practices and a retirement home. She has been practicing physiotherapy and has treated a wide variety of musculoskeletal, neurological, cardiorespiratory and pelvic health disorders in Canada and the United States. Her extensive post graduate training involves manual therapy and in 2016 successfully completed the Advanced Examination of the Orthopaedic Division of CPA. She has also received training in McKenzie techniques for the lumbar spine, pelvic health (prenatal/postnatal, urinary incontinence and prolapse as well as female chronic pelvic pain) and she also completed the McMaster Contemporary Medical Acupuncture program in 2009. She also has gained interest and use of the Integrated Dry Needling techniques for the treatment of various orthopedic and chronic pain symptoms. rnBesides physiotherapy, Sanja enjoys socializing with friends and family, trying exotic foods, ballroom dancing, working out and playing tennis at the GSM Tennis Club in Kitchener, Ontario.
I have been working as a physiotherapist in private practice since 2001. I currently own and operate UpLevel Physiotherapy located in Victoria, BC at the Saanich Commonwealth Place Recreation Center.
Mary Brannagan graduated from U of Toronto 1986 and received Advanced Diploma in Manipulative Physiotherapy in 2006. Has extensive experience and special interest in working with elite athletes ( professional, Olympic, national and international levels) as well as recreational athletes. Veteran of over 25 marathons, Mary enjoys working with all levels of community runners and triathletes. In addition to spinal / peripheral mobilization & manipulation, also trained in acupuncture and dry needling, fascial mobilization, breathing re-training and capnography as related to orthopaedic conditions, motor control retraining and strengthening.
Alan graduated from the University of Alberta in 2013, and completed the Diploma of Advanced Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy in 2018. Alan has received certification from the North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT) after successful completion of its level courses and exams, and am currently enrolled in the Doctorate of Science in Physical Therapy (DScPT) program at Andrews University. Alan enjoys the challenge of treating complex spinal conditions and pain of a longstanding nature by formulating an individualized treatment plan consisting of precise but gentle manual therapy techniques, IMS, and exercise with a strong emphasis on neuromuscular retraining. Alan believes that a thorough comprehensive assessment, utilization of clinical reasoning, and approaching problems as a quadrant is essential to guide successful outcomes, especially in treating patients experiencing pain of a longstanding nature.
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.
I graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Physical Therapy from McGill University in 2007. In 2014-2015 I completed my Masters of Clinical Science from the University of Western Ontario. I specialize in Outpatient Orthopedics and work with clients ranging from athletes to office workers.
Jenna graduated from the University of Western Ontario in 1998.
She has been with The Sports Medicine Specialists since 2000, which is now Cleveland Clinic Canada Midtown. She has worked with many different types of professional and recreational athletes. She enjoys the world of sport medicine and working in a multidisciplinary environment. Jenna is the clinical lead at her site and is an active mentor.
Glenn graduated from the University of Western Ontario with an Honors Bachelor of Health Science degree in 2004 and from McMaster University with a Master of Science in Physiotherapy in 2006. In 2009, he received his Master of Clinical Science in Manipulative Therapy from the University of Western Ontario. He also currently holds his certificate level in sport physiotherapy and has completed several post-graduate courses through Sport Physiotherapy Canada. Glenn also has training in acupuncture through the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute and through UBC and has been certified as a GUNN IMS provider. Glenn has provided sport physiotherapy coverage at the provincial, national and international level. His advanced training allows him to treat a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions, although he has a special interest in sport related injuries. In clinical practice his treatment philosophy includes using manual therapy to restore joint mechanics followed by muscle retraining and motor control strategies to correct movement dysfunctions. Since moving to the Georgian Bay area, Glenn enjoys an active lifestyle, spending his time competing in triathlons, cycling, and working toward becoming a more accomplished skier.
Scott completed a fellowship at the University of Western Ontario, having previously Doctorate, Masters and Bachelors degrees in Physiotherapy. He enjoys applying the most up to date evidence based treatments to help get objectively based results. His goal is to find solutions in fewer visits using manual therapy, education and therapeutic exercise. He is proud to serve our local community and is committed to providing one-on-one care with integrity, innovation and energy. Scott continually seeks out the most innovative and evidence based therapies. In addition, he is a certified IMS and functional dry needling practitioner.
Scott completed his professional Physiotherapy degree at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia after doing a degree in Kinesiology. He was an Academic and Athletic All-Canadian during this time. In 2000, he was awarded a yearlong Scholarship at the Australian Institute of Sport, working with world-class scientists and athletes. He has continued to develop his knowledge over the years by taking a multitude of advanced orthopedic and sports related courses. He has worked with numerous elite sports disciplines including triathlon, rowing, soccer and athletics. He has been honoured to provide his professional skills internationally as Team Physiotherapist for the Canadian National Team.
Scott has been an avid athlete from a young age and understands the impact and benefits that activity can have on the body. He has participated in soccer, golf, hockey and baseball at a provincial level, but has excelled in endurance sports, notably distance running. A Canadian National Team member spanning 2001-2010, Scott was the 2006 Canadian National Champion at the 10k distance. He has been the BC road racing champion (2009 and 2010) and top Canadian in the TC10k. His personal best over the 10k distance is 29:33.
Andrea grew up in Thornbury, Ontario. She moved out west and completed her university education at the University of Alberta. She worked at the Lloydminster hospital for the first two years of her career and did a lot of sports physiotherapy, travelling with the Jr. A hockey team as well as the high school football and rugby teams. She has provided sports coverage for the Alberta and Saskatchewan summer games and the World Police Fire Games in Calgary. She then moved to private practice and joined CBI Health in Saskatoon. Once working in the private practice world, she started her manual therapy studies. Feeling the call back to her family, Andrea returned to Lloydminster and started her own private practice, Alta-Sask Wellness. Since opening in 2000, this clinic has grown from a single therapist clinic to a multi site organization with a multidisciplinary approach.
After taking a long 10 years to complete the ortho div levels, in 2007 Andrea completed her advanced exam and received her Diploman in Manual and Manipulative physiotherapy. After getting complement in manual therapy, Andrea has gone on to also learn the skills of Dry needling and Gunn IMS.
In 2019, Andrea and the Alta-Sask Wellness team joined up with Lifemark Health.
Andrea prioritizes community and volunteers in a number of community organizations. She enjoys being active, seeing new parts of the world and spending time with family and friends.
Steve Brown graduated from George Brown College with a Fitness & Lifestyle management diploma before studying Kinesiology at York University from 2000-2004. He then studied Physiotherapy at the University of Toronto from 2004-2006 and received his Masters Of Physical Therapy degree. Steve has gone on to receive additional training in Mulligan Therapy (mobilization with movement), McKenzie Therapy, Acupunture, Integrated Dry Needling, Myofascial Therapy, and has received specialized training in Vestibular Rehabilitation. Steve has also undergone training with the Titliest Performance Institute to promote improved mobility and stability related to the golf swing and improvement of golf performance. In 2015, Steve successfully became an FCAMPT therapist.
My clinical My clinical approach focuses on providing patients with a thorough assessment, detailed explanation of their injury, and an understanding of the different treatment options available. I treat mainly with hands-on manual therapy and therapeutic exercise to help patients progress towards effective self management options to resolve their injuries in both the short and long term. While I enjoy and look forward to seeing all types of musculoskeletal injuries, my professional interests include spinal pain, treatment of neck dysfunction in concussion and whiplash, and upper extremity injuries focuses on providing patients with a thorough assessment, detailed explanation of their injury, and an understanding of the different treatment options available. I treat mainly with hands-on manual therapy and therapeutic exercise to help patients progress towards effective self management options to resolve their injuries in both the short and long term. While I enjoy and look forward to seeing all types of musculoskeletal injuries, my professional interests include spinal pain, treatment of neck dysfunction in concussion and whiplash, and upper extremity injuries.
Carman is a graduate from UBC and holds a Bachelors Degree in Biology and Physiotherapy (2004). He completed the Advanced Diploma in Manual and Manipulative Therapy (2010) and has extensive experience in treating neck, shoulder, back, knee, motor vehicle accident related pain. He utilizes and integrates manual therapy, exercise prescription, kinesiology taping, IMS needling and education into his treatments. Prior to practicing in Vancouver he also did a number of years of private practice in Calgary, Alberta, and overseas in Beijing, China. Carman is passionate about his sports, which include soccer, volleyball, tennis, golf and hockey. He is fluent in English and has a working knowledge of Mandarin and Cantonese Chinese.
Greg Alcock has a Phys. Ed degree from Western, completed his physiotherapy degree at McMaster and returned to Western to do a fellowship and Masters degree in Physiotherapy.
He is the clinical and Research Coordinator for the Physiotherapy Department at the Fowler Kennedy Sport Medicine Clinic where he provides care for recreational, varsity and professional athletes. He is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manual Therapists and has held various positions on the Executive for the National Orthopaedic Division of CPA.
He has published articles, and presented nationally on sports injuries, return to sport and lower extremity outcome measures. He has an ongoing research interest in foot and ankle related pathology and functional rehabilitation. He is involved with teaching and graduate student supervision in the faculties of Kinesiology and Physical Therapy.
Maxime Gauthier est physiothérapeute au privé depuis 2000. En 2005, il devient propriétaire de la clinique Kinatex Sports Physio Physimed, puis en 2020 de Kinatex Sports Physio Blainville.
En plus d’un doctorat en physiothérapie qu’il a obtenu en 2014 à l’EIM Institute of Health, aux États-Unis, Maxime a suivi plusieurs formations complémentaires, dont:
Certification FCAMPT (Fellowship of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physical Therapy)
Certification puncture physiothérapique avec aiguilles sèches
Plusieurs certifications sur le traitement des commotions et sur des problématiques reliées au cou et aux nerfs crâniens, sur les dysfonctions temporo-mandibulaires et sur le relâchement des fascias.
Il enseigne également à la Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physical Therapy ainsi que pour Key Clinical Skills.
Depuis plus de 10 ans, Maxime est un spécialiste et consultant indépendant en médecine sportive. Il a travaillé avec plus de 50 joueurs dans la NHL ainsi qu’auprès de plusieurs équipes sportives dont:
Les Maple Leafs de Toronto
Le Lightning de Tempa Bay
Le Wild du Minnesota
Les Ducks d’Anaheim
Les Oilers d’Edmonton
Il a également travaillé avec le Senior PGA Tour, autant en clinique que directement sur le terrain pendant le PGA Senior Open de 2010, par exemple, ainsi qu’avec l’équipe de soccer Ascoli Elite League B en Italie en 2018.
Pendant sa carrière, Maxime a vu et/ou traité près de 3000 cas de commotions ou de problématiques s’apparentant à une commotion. En voici quelques exemples:
Robert completed his physiotherapy training in 2006, graduating from the University of Western Ontario with a Masters in Physiotherapy. Prior to this, he completed two years in Kamloops before transferring to Simon Fraser University to receive his Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology. Following the completion of his Master of Physiotherapy degree, Robert worked as a Physical Therapist in London, Ontario. He has worked extensively with surgeons to treat surgical and non-surgical injuries involving the spine, hip, knee and shoulder. Robert has a special interest in working with complex knee and shoulder injuries and he looks forward to working with you achieve optimal recovery. Robert has furthered his education by completing advanced level assessment and treatment courses to ensure he continues to offer the most effective care for his patients. In 2012, Robert successfully completed his Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Therapy and awarded his Fellow of Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists (FCAMPT). In 2014, he completed his certification with GunnIMS with UBC and acupuncture with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute.
Beverly graduated from UBC in 1993 with a B.Sc. in Physical Therapy and has worked in various clinics and hospitals through BC and AB over her career. Her areas of interest have been orthopaedics, sports injuries and more recently also on chronic pain conditions. She completed her Masters in Clinical Science in Manipulative Therapy from the University of Western Ontario in 2011.
Barb has 20+ years of experience as a physiotherapist since she graduated from McMaster University. She studied post-graduately at Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia, completing a Graduate Diploma in Manipulative Therapy and a Master’s of Science research degree. Barb has worked in Ontario, Canada; California, US; and Perth, Australia. She has diverse experience in private practice, sports medicine clinics, hospitals, and urban and rural settings, including work on First Nations reserves in northern Ontario. She currently works as a Certified Life Care Planner completing Future Care Needs and Costs Analysis for individuals of all ages who have sustained serious neurological, and/or complex musculoskeletal injuries.
Cheryl Richardson is the owner and founder of Physiohaus Health and Wellness (https://www.physiohaus.ca). Cheryl utilizes a variety of treatment techniques including manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, GUNN IMS/dry needling and neural mobilization to treat complex musculoskeletal conditions.
Cheryl holds a Masters of Clinical Science Degree in Manipulatory Therapy and a Bachelors of Physical Therapy. She assists with teaching post-graduate courses with the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and at Western University. Cheryl is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapists (FCAMPT) and has completed post-graduate education and attained internationally recognized qualifications in hands-on-therapy. Learn about the benefits of FCAMPT Certification here.Cheryl keeps busy with outdoor activities with family, indoor soccer and rock climbing. She can also be found listening to world music and drinking coffee over talks of politics and travel.
Yagdutt graduated from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University(GGSIPU) With a Bachelor of Physiotherapy(2005-2010) degree and started practicing in Delhi, India. He has a keen interest in treating sports injuries, injury prevention, and performance enhancement. Based on his passion for sports he pursued Master of Physiotherapy in Sports Rehabilitation (2011-2013) from Indian Spinal injuries Centre(GGSIPU), Delhi. Yagdutt completed his Master in Clinical Sciences in Manipulative Therapy from Western University in 2020 and became an FCAMPT therapist.
Yagdutt has done Fellowship in Spinal rehabilitation in 2013 and has received additional training in Mckenzie therapy, Functional Dry Needling, Integrative Acupuncture, SFMA, and Taping.
When not working he likes to go for running, hiking and
traveling to explore nature.
Tricia graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 1995 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (distinction) and in 1998 with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy (distinction). She started working as a physiotherapist for Prairie North Health Region in 1998 specializing in orthopaedics. In 2009 she completed the Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physical Therapy from the Orthopaedic Division of Canada and became a fellow in the Canadian Acanemy of Manual Physical Therapists. She currently works at Midwest Physiotherapy in Lloydminster (on the border on Alberta and Saskatchewan) and would love to meet you! Call 780-875-3389 to book an appointment.
Dana graduated “cum laude” with a degree in physiotherapy from the University of Western Ontario in 1993. Shortly after graduation, she moved to Vancouver and began working in private practice orthopaedics. She became a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manual and Manipulative Therapy (FCAMT) in 1999 with distinction, and completed both her certification in Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) and earned her advanced Diploma in Sports Physiotherapy both in 2008. Dana is passionate about sport. She is an avid cyclist, cross country skier, soccer player, occasional triathlon competitor and former high level competitive fastball player. During the course of her career she has been able to combine her love of sport and her skills as a physiotherapist while treating competitive athletes at the Vancouver Winter Olympics, the Women’s National Soccer Olympic Qualifying Tournament, the Figure Skating World Championships, the Canada Cup Fast Ball International Tournament as well as working with the Canadian National Women’s Soccer Team and youth development teams. Dana excels in her attention to detail and a whole body integrated assessment for all clients to help solve their body’s “puzzle” and help them get back to sport and activity. She uses manual therapy techniques, coupled with IMS, movement retraining and functional exercise progressions to help her clients return to function. Dana has also been a teacher and mentor for physiotherapists involved in the post graduate orthopedic manual therapy courses for many years. She demonstrates a passion for her work which is evident to all of her clients and she also shares this passion with her colleagues. As a leader, Dana’s passion and dedication to ongoing learning and growth creates an atmosphere of excellence in treatment and overall service that you will experience at Body Works. Dana’s passions extend beyond the clinic. After many years honing her mountain biking skills on the North Shore trails she took up road cycling and completed the Whistler Gran Fondo in 2010 and 2011. When she’s not on her road bike she can be found coaching her daughter’s soccer team or spending time with her husband and two daughters hiking, cross-country skiing or exploring the beach.