Physiotherapy, Chiropractic, and Athletic Therapy are concerned with treatment and prevention of movement disorders. At this clinic the emphasis is on neuro-musculoskeletal conditions (nerves,muscles,bones). Conditions are treated using conventional treatment methods including; shockwave application, alter g training, interferential current, tens, ultrasound, soft tissue techniques, and exercise instruction. In addition acupuncture can be utilized as a standalone treatment or combined with other modalities.
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Dr. Robert Muir received his Bachelor of Science degree from University of Manitoba and his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Northwestern Health Sciences University. Dr. Muirs focus is on treating neuromuscular and musculoskeletal conditions following a contemporary evidence based healthcare model.
Through comprehensive musculoskeletal, neurological, and biomechanical assessment, Dr. Muir is able to identify injuries and or functional movement impairments that may signify underlying conditions. All my patients are individuals and unique and we work together to reach our goals.
Manual Therapy techniques may include: myofascial and instrument assisted soft tissue techniques, acupuncture, flexion distraction and gentle mobilization and manual joint manipulation, taping and rehabilitation, and correcting functional movement impairments to list a few.
Dr. Muir has worked as a trainer with football and hockey. Finally Dr. Muir is proud to be the owner and clinic director of a premier multidisciplinary health center focused on musculoskeletal health with a group of top professionals. .
Kaylee received her Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology and Applied Health from the University of Winnipeg, and is certified with the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association as an Athletic Therapist. She has completed a course in Soft Tissue Release, and plans to continue taking courses that will broaden her treatment technique repertoire.
She has experience working with clients of all ages, children to elderly, and of all fitness levels, from sedentary to elite athletes. Her treatments focus mainly on manual therapy and customized exercise programs that allow for optimal rehabilitation as well as total body conditioning.
Jenna graduated from Physiotherapy at the University of Manitoba and is certified with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute. Jenna studied in the Athletic Therapy Program for two years prior to Physiotherapy.
Jenna is a passionate advocate of active based rehabilitation. The most rewarding aspect of her practice is empowering patients to take charge of their own active recovery and injury prevention. Jenna believes that optimal function depends not only on rehabilitating the physical limitation of an injury, but also in considering all aspects of a person’s lifestyle. She takes great pride in educating her patients about their injury to help them improve their health, well-being and quality of life.
Physiotherapist, Acupuncture Certified
Kate Garinger graduated from the Masters of Physiotherapy Program at the University of Manitoba, where she also obtained a Bachelor of Science. Her clinical experience includes inpatient and outpatient orthopedic settings, pulmonary rehabilitation, neurological rehabilitation (stroke and acquired brain injury), and treatment of current and former cancer patients. Kate has an excellent rapport with patients and staff alike and enjoys working with people of all different ability levels and ages. She has a passion for physiotherapy and is always looking for new ways to improve her practice such as taking new courses and seminars.
Physiotherapist, Acupuncture Certified
Nicholas is a Masters Graduate, with a degree from the University of Manitoba’s Physical Therapy Program. It is at the University where he subsequently obtained his Bachelor of Science, in Physical Education.
Nicholas believes in combining athletic rehabilitation through hands on therapy and exercise. He focuses on this combination to encourage quick recovery for his patients, so they may regain their previous strength and capabilities allowing them to return to their daily routine promptly. His athletic training background, in both soccer and track, allows him to have an increased knowledge and understanding of exercises available. This knowledge allows him to create a realistic exercise program, which focuses on his patients personal capabilities, and his own ability to adapt exercises as needed. He aims to not only help people heal their physical injuries, but also strengthen the body to help prevent future injuries. Nicholas has a passion to assist and will do everything he can to help people heal regardless of anyone’s age, gender, ethnicity, and physical conditions.
Kylynn Hill is a graduate of the Massage Therapy College of Manitoba. She uses a combination of soft tissue and massage techniques combined with stretching, strengthening and other modalities to encourage health and balance back into the body. Kylynn has taken courses for Graston Treatment as well as Cupping. She loves working with all kinds of people and brings them into an active role in their treatments. She looks forward to continuing her education and bringing new modalities into her treatments.
Emilie Shewchuk is a graduate of the Robertson College RMT Program. Emilie has always had a desire to help others feel better, which is why she chose a career in massasge therapy. Emilie excels at deep tissue massage and is looking forward to using her skills to help clients reach their health related goals. Working in a multidisciplinary clinic will allow her the opportunity to learn different styles and techniques to add to her practice, as well as taking additional courses to expand her experience.