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MPT, B.Sc.(Kin), CSCS, Cert.Sport (PT) Director of Concussion Management Lee is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan. He was awarded a Master of Physical Therapy degree in 2011 after completing a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with Great Distinction in 2009. He received the Craven SPORT Services Sport Physiotherapy Award, presented to the graduating student with the highest academic achievement in foundational and clinical science courses related to sport physiotherapy (2011); the University of Saskatchewan School of Physical Therapy Award for Top Research Project (2011); the Barry Karst Memorial Scholarship from the Prairie Junior Hockey League (2009); and the Saskatchewan Physical Education Association Scholarship (2005). Lee is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).
MPT, B.Sc. (Kin), CSEP-CEP, FCAMPT Director of Orthopedic Rehabilitation Cohl Muntain is a graduate from The University of Saskatchewan where he completed both his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology (2008) and his Masters of Physical Therapy (2011). Cohl is also a Certified Exercise Physiologist through the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiologists and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Consultant through the Sport Medicine and Science Council of Saskatchewan. Since convocation from the University of Saskatchewan, Cohl has taken post-secondary classes from the Canadian Orthopedic Division in the area of manual and manipulative therapy. This has recently culminated in receiving his Fellowship in Manual and Manipulative Therapy. “Certified physiotherapists are Fellows of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT) that have completed extensive post-graduate education and have attained internationally recognized qualifications in hands-on manipulative therapy.” He strives to provide optimal level of care combining his knowledge of manual therapy techniques, strength and conditioning and a strong sport background to both athletes and non-athletes alike. He enjoys applying this knowledge through in-clinic direct physical therapy care, strength and conditioning with individuals and teams, as well as, through Sport First Responder on field opportunities with various sports.
MPT, B.Sc. (Kin), Cert.Sport (PT) Director of Sport Physiotherapy Michelle graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 2014 with a Masters in Physical Therapy. She received the Craven SPORT services Sport Physiotherapy Award upon graduation. She completed the first three years of her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology at Medicine Hat College where she played on the college soccer and basketball teams and earned Academic Athletic awards each year. During her time at the U of S she volunteered with the PAAL program as well as with the Huskie student trainer program from 2009 – 2014. She was a part of the Huskie Athletics All-Academic First Team each year and was awarded the Huskie Trainer of the Year award in 2012. Clinically, Michelle’s interests lie in the areas of sport physiotherapy, orthopaedic rehabilitation, corrective exercise, and strength and conditioning. She has taken post-graduate education in running injury prevention and is certified in concussion management and has received her certification in Kinetacore Dry Needling. She plans on furthering her education in the areas of orthopaedics, functional movement screening, strength and conditioning and acupuncture. She regularly participates in event coverage for a variety of sports including football, soccer, hockey, fastball, wrestling, rugby, and track and field. Michelle’s background and interests include soccer, basketball, volleyball, golf, slo-pitch, ultimate frisbee, running, and strength training. Her passion for sports has kept her involved in the community coaching multiple youth soccer and basketball teams and helping out with sport camps. She also continues to volunteer as a trainer for the Saskatoon Valkyries Football team.
B.Sc. (PT), CAFCI, CSCS Kim Fraser is a Registered Physical Therapist and graduate from The University of Saskatchewan. She completed her Bachelor program in 2006 and is a member of good standing within the College of Physical Therapists. Kim is also a certified acupuncturist with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada, having completed both anatomical and traditional curriculum. She is passionate in incorporating her orthopedic skills, along with the integration of acupuncture, movement, and detailed exercise prescription within all sports especially within the dance, swim, and track community. Kim recently completed her Series with Diane Lee Certification which has focused on detailed dysfunctional movement patterns of the thorax, pelvis and cranium/cervical spine. She recently competed her level one Pelvic Floor assessment and treatment certification that allows her to follow her passion regarding women’s health and pre and postpartum care. Kim is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).
MPT, B.Sc. Kin Curtis is a graduate from the University of Saskatchewan having received his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology in 2014, and Masters of Physical Therapy in 2016. During his collegiate career Curtis was a member of the University of Saskatchewan Men’s Hockey team and was named part of the Huskie Athletics All-Academic and All-Canadian Academic First Teams. Prior to his time at the U of S, Curtis played in the Western Hockey League (WHL) for 3 seasons, finishing his junior career in Everett Washington. Curtis’s passions include sport physiotherapy, concussion management, orthopaedic rehabilitation, and strength and conditioning training. Curtis has taken post-graduation courses in concussion management and become a Sport First Responder. He also plans to continue his postgraduate education and obtain his sport physiotherapy diploma and orthopaedic manual and manipulative therapy levels. Curtis’s other interests include hockey, yoga, slo-pitch, golf, fishing, and camping.
B.Sc.(Kin), MPT Jared received his Bachelors in Kinesiology (B.Sc.(Kin)) in 2015, and his Masters in Physical Therapy (MPT) in 2017, both from the U of S. Growing up in the small town of Harris, he spent a lot of time playing sports, including hockey, fastball, football and track, and working on the family farm. He has worked as a strength coach since 2013, with clients ranging from young kids to average joes to professional athletes. Outside of work, his interests are fastball, golf, strength training, travelling, and spending as much time as possible at the lake on a boat!
B.Sc. (Kin), MPT Paula graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 2011 with a Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology with Great Distinction, and again in 2013 with a Masters of Physical Therapy. Paula has begun her journey towards completing her Diploma of Advanced Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy, as well as taking other courses in McKenzie Spinal Treatment, and Diane Lee’s Integrated Systems Model. Paula has taken a keen interest in sport physical therapy, specializing in working with dancers, gymnasts and figure skaters. Paula also enjoys working with individuals suffering from chronic pain. In her spare time, she enjoys playing fastball and slo-pitch, beach volleyball, strength training, Blue Bomber Football (go ahead and laugh..), and her dog Oslo.
B.Sc.(PT), BSPE, DIP.SPORT (PT), CAT(C), CAFCI Rhonda has worked in elite sport for over 20 years with university athletes, national team athletes and Olympians. She has been the Head Sport Physiotherapist for Huskie Athletics since 1997 and was the Physiotherapist for the Senior Women's National Basketball team at the 2018 World Championships in Spain. She has been recognized by students and peers for contributions to the profession and has received awards such as the Canadian Physiotherapy Association Mentorship Award and the Sport Physiotherapy Canada David Magee Award. She is looking forward to continuing to provide sport physiotherapy services at Craven SPORT services by exploring innovative multidisciplinary service delivery options, growing the profession through mentorship, and continuing to share her passion with others. Outside of work, Rhonda enjoys getting outside on the trails, the snow, at the cabin, supporting live music and the arts, travelling the world with Ryan, and continuing to be a fan of her favorite team (Go Huskies!).
B.Sc(Kin), MPT, CGIMS Mackenzie graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a B.Sc.(Kin) with Great Distinction in 2008 and immediately enrolled in the School of Physical Therapy, completing his Masters of Physical Therapy in 2010. Since finishing school, Mackenzie has completed courses in the Manual Orthopaedic Level System, obtained his GunnIMS certification and has completed other courses in K-tape, vestibular rehabilitation and through the NeuroOrthopaedic Institute. Mackenzie's practice has been centered around orthopaedic rehabilitation with a manual therapy and exercise rehabilitation focus. He enjoys integrating IMS and K-tape credentialing into this approach. One of Mackenzie's clinical areas with extensive experience is in the TMJ (jaw). Outside of work, Mackenzie enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons. He cycles to work every day, does CrossFit, plays ultimate (frisbee) and disc golf, and attempts to find time to train for the occasional triathlon. Mackenzie's family enjoys the great outdoors and takes advantage of the summer months to camp whenever possible.
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