ARC Orthopaedic & Sport Rehab

ARC Orthopaedic & Sport Rehab is now offering Pelvic Health Assessments.

MEDICAL MASKS ARE NOW MANDATORY IN THE CLINIC. Please bring a medical mask to your appointment. If you do not have one, one will be provided for you.

In a continued effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19 limited availability, to allow for physical distancing and regular cleaning procedures, can now be booked online. As online video appointments will continue to be offered, you and your therapist can decide which will be the most appropriate, and safest way to move forward in managing your condition.

ARC Orthopaedic & Sport Rehab Staff

Graduated from Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapy 2000 Member of the Massage Therapy Association of Saskatchewan (MTAS) Past Board Member for Massage Therapy Association of Saskatchewan (MTAS) Extensive experience with community, amateur and professional sports teams (Regina Thunder, Saskatchewan Roughriders) Work related or motor vehicle accident injuries Rehabilitation and Deep Tissue Massage Sports Massage Pregnancy Massage Cupping Massage Relaxation Massage TMJ Dysfunctions Trigger Point Therapy Post Surgical Scar Tissue Re-alignment Sports and Injury Specialist Extensive experience with athletes of all ages.

Graduated from Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapy 2000 Member of the Massage Therapy ... Read More

Brandy received her Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Saskatchewan, and then moved on to graduate from the Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy program at the University of Alberta in 2009. That was by no means the end of her education as she continued to develop her physical therapy skills by attending several post-graduate courses including acupuncture, Biomedical Dry Needling, concussion management, chronic pain management, Matheson Functional Capacity Evaluation, Graston technique, Wheelchair Seating Symposiums and several manual therapy courses to name a few.

Brandy has spent her career working in a variety of practice settings, including private practice clinics, acute care medicine, long term care, private care homes and running her own private home care physical therapy business. In her spare time, Brandy enjoys working with the Regina Riot women’s WWCFL football team, the Leboldus High School football team, as well as providing sports therapy coverage at a variety of athletic events.

Brandy has also been a member of the Saskatchewan College of Physical Therapist’s board since 2010, on which she has held the roles of treasurer, president – elect and is currently president of the council. Brandy has also been a member of the Canadian Alliance of Physical Therapy Regulators’ (CAPR) board since 2012, holding the position of President of the Board from 2016-2019. Brandy is also currently a member of the International Network of Physiotherapy Regulatory Authorities membership committee, working to improve the awareness of this organization and make contacts with regions throughout the world wanting to regulate Physical Therapists.

Brandy received her Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Saskatchewan, and... Read More

Alistair completed undergraduate degrees from the University of Saskatchewan in Physical Education and Physical Therapy and is a Certified Athletic Therapist. Alistair has completed extensive post graduate training in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy and holds a Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy. He is a certified GunnIMS (dry needling) provider, and has received training in The Integrated Systems Model of Disability and Pain (Lee & Lee), and The Thoracic Ring ApproachTM (LJ Lee).

Alistair is currently a Mentor/Instructor with the Canadian Physiotherapy Association Orthopaedic Education Division, and holds a position with The University of Saskatchewan College of Medicine Community Faculty, as a Clinical Lecturer in the Department of Academic Family Medicine.

Alistair has extensive experience working in primary and functional rehabilitation.

He has worked closely with a number of both amateur and professional sports teams and athletes for over two decades.

Alistair completed undergraduate degrees from the University of Saskatchewan in Physical Educatio... Read More

Kristen has been a practicing physiotherapist since 2013. Her postgraduate education has included Introductory and Advanced Vestibular Rehabilitation, Biomedical Dry Needling, several manual therapy courses, Pelvic Health level 1 and 2, and climbing medicine professional development. Areas of specialization include dysfunction of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), vestibular pathology, concussions, pelvic health and rock climbing injuries.

She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and a Master’s of Physical Therapy from the University of Saskatchewan. While attending university, she volunteered as a student trainer with several of the U of S sports teams.

Kristen also holds a Diploma in Canine Rehabilitation. She splits her time between treating people at ARC Rehab and canines at the Veterinary Mobility Center.

Kristen has been a practicing physiotherapist since 2013. Her postgraduate education has included... Read More

Bio

Over the span of her career, Kristie has found a keen interest in sport therapy, currently working as the senior therapist for the Regina Thunder of the Canadian Junior Football League. She has also taken part in national and international sporting events such as the U18 National Rugby competition in 2011-2015, the NAIG games in 2014, the Pan Am games in Toronto in 2015, the Western Canada summer games in 2019, the NACAC games in El Salvador in 2016 where she was the therapist for Team Canada Athletics, and currently works with the U18 Saskatchewan football team in the summer.

Kristie has always found continuing education and involvement in the profession to be an important aspect of her career. She currently holds a board position with the Sask division of Sport Physio Canada and enjoys learning, teaching and mentoring students.

Education

  • Bachelor In Kinesiology (Honours)- 2009 University of Regina,
  • Masters In Physical Therapy- 2011 University of Saskatchewan,
  • Masters In Rehabilitative Science- 2020 University of British Columbia,

Other Qualifications

  • Diploma in Sport Physical therapy,
  • Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physical Therapy (FCAMPT),
  • Acupuncture- Acupuncture Foundation of Canada,
  • Emory University Vestibular Rehab- A competency-based course,
  • Red Cross Professional Responder Instructor (SPC),

Other courses

Care and Prevention for Running Injuries, Complete Concussion Management, various other courses for soft tissue management, movement dysfunction assessment, and sport management.

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