We believe in keeping Winnipeggers moving at their optimum. Sometimes injuries, surgeries, or just pain tries to slow us down, but we are here to get you back to peak performance as quick and safely as possible.
Our physiotherapists will conduct a thorough physical examination after an in-depth history to determine what may be causing your symptoms and to help direct you so that your goals can be achieved.
Treatment will always include education on the nature of your injury, with anatomical and biomechanical explanations so you can understand what is happening. You will be given a home program to help maintain what has been gained within a treatment session. Treatment may also include soft tissue mobilization and release techniques, joint mobilization or manipulation, stretching and exercises to help increase strength, stability, flexibility or balance. Acupuncture may also be an adjunct to treatment used to help facilitate healing. All this is offered to help direct and progress you towards full and pain free function.
Meet our Physiotherapist
Physiotherapist for 20+ years
Certified in acupuncture since 2004
Extensive post graduate training focusing on manual therapy
Uses lots of patient education and personalizes home programs for all patients
Sports background - as an athlete, coach and now as a father of athletes
Sees clients ranging from children to older adults
Our Athletic Therapist(s) work with our clients to figure out the best way to fix a problem (e.g., musculoskeletal injuries, concussions, muscle imbalances, etc.).
They do this by first taking a thorough history of the issue and going through a comprehensive physical assessment of an injury. Afterwards the Athletic Therapy treatment will revolve around the 10 components of injury rehabilitation in order to streamline the most effective path to recovery. Types of treatment will be individualized to the specific goals of the client whether it be returning to sports, work, or just healthy living. We do this through the use of therapuetic modalities (cupping, thermotherapy, massage, etc.) and a personalized injury rehabilitation exercise program that includes strength, flexibility and balance training.
You can rest easy knowing that if you’re in pain our therapist(s) will work their hardest to help you out!
10 COMPONENTS OF INJURY REHABILITATION
Treatment of the injured area
Prevention of secondary complications
Flexibility / Range of Motion
Cardiovascular/Whole Body Fitness
Home Exercise Programs
Return to Competition/Work
Meet our Athletic therapist
B.Kin (AT), CAT(C), RMT
Has been involved with sports for 15+ years (Karate, rugby, powerlifting, etc) and is still competing.
Works with clients ranging from children, office workers, and national level athletes
Able to create different types of injury related home programs (e.g. prevention, rehabilitation, reconditioning)
5+ years of post secondary education, and still continues to learn every day
Has a Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology (Athletic Therapy), is a Certified Athletic Therapist, and a Registered Massage Therapist.
B.Kin - AT, CAT(C)
Certified Athletic Therapist and Personal Trainer
Has experience in rehabilitating and training athletes from amateur to the professional level including NCAA, U-Sports, NHL, AHL, and CFL
Movement based rehab to help you return to work and play stronger than before
Strength and conditioning programs will be tailored to your specific needs and goals