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For Patients


For those with complex cases


For those who live close by

For those with complex cases



One of only a handful of physiotherapy specialists in the province

For those who live close


I treat any and all orthopedic injuries, as well as concussion and vertigo.

People with tricky conditions often go out of their way, or come in from outside the region to see me.

Some injuries, or types of chronic pain require the advanced approach that a physiotherapy clinical specialist provides. When folks have already tried some type of treatment unsuccessfully, they often go looking for a specialist.


When I get involved in the case, I typically am most helpful in the following ways:

  • Correcting the diagnosis. Misdiagnosis is common, especially when your condition is tricky, and you’ve only been to see a generalist physiotherapist, or a general practice medical doctor.

  • Providing advanced treatment. Often, the treatment you need for your condition is evolving in the medical literature, and you need someone fully up to date on what the proper therapy should be.

  • Coordinating referrals for advanced treatment. Occasionally, your condition requires referral to a medical specialist for diagnostic imaging, or any number of advanced therapies.  With my deep connections to the medical specialists in Edmonton, I can expedite that process and help you get to the right person for the right treatment.

  • Virtual care for those with complex cases, too far from Edmonton to visit easily. The COVID era has taught us how to effectively use internet technology to link up with patients in their homes to provide diagnosis and treatment. Here’s a video segment to give you and idea.

If my clinic is conveniently located for you, then feel free to book to see me for general physiotherapy. You do not need a referral to see me. Most patients do not see their doctor first, unless their insurance provider requires it for reimbursement.


I treat any and all orthopedic injuries, as well as concussions and vertigo.


Common orthopedic injuries:

  • Neck and back pain

  • Shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand pain

  • Hip, knee, ankle and foot pain

  • Rehab to get ready for surgery

  • Rehab to recover from surgery

  • Acute, sudden injuries

  • Chronic, non-traumatic pain

Generalist Care
Specialist Care
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