Sharon was born and raised in Brandon and is committed to continuing education in order to provide superior service to her clients.
Sharon is committed to safety and growth of amateur sports as well as many other organizations. Her support is in the form of donations, sponsorships and volunteer time to such organizations as the YMCA Kids club, Brandon Area Foundation, Brandon Chamber of Commerce, and Habitat for Humanity, BRHC Foundation, Brandon Youth Hockey and many more.
I grew up in Portage La Prairie and graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Physical Therapy from the School of Medical Rehabilitation in June 2011. I Passed the Physiotherapy Competency Examination Written component in May 2011 and the Practical Component in Nov 2011. I moved to Brandon in September 2011 to start work at West-Fit Physiotherapy. Some of the volunteer work I have done includes helping out at the Winter Games (2009), the Manitoba Marathon (2010-2011), the RCMP run (2010), a cheerleading competition at the University of Manitoba (2011), the Victoria Inn Hockey tournament (2011), running dry land training for Manitoba Hockey Association (2012) and the YMCA summer camp (2012). I have taken many continuing education courses including Acupuncture, Level I as well as Level II upper and lower.
I have completed my Masters in Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg Fall 2016. My thesis work was focused on understanding balance, mobility and falls in aging population. As a graduate student, I also worked on other interesting projects that involved emerging approaches to rehabilitate population with Concussions, stroke, MS, PD and Vestibular issues.
Post-graduation, I was employed at the Health Science center for over 1.5 years as a Research Associate where I was co-coordinating the Spinal cord injury registry for Manitoba region which was affiliated with the Rick Hansen’s Institute, BC.
I got my provisional license to practice Physiotherapy in 2018 and moved to the city of Brandon in March 2018 where I joined the West-Fit Physiotherapy team. I successfully passed the practical portion of the license in November 2018 to become a fully licensed physiotherapist in Canada.
In the past, I have completed my Bachelors of Physiotherapy from Mumbai, India 2010. I worked for over 2 years in different clinical settings in India. I assessed and treated orthopedic conditions such as; acute and chronic low back pain, arthritis, post-op cases hip and knee replacement and work related injuries.
Every day, I have been learning new things at work. I enjoy client interaction and gives me immense joy to see them back to their pre-injury status and going back to their hobbies.
Due to my back ground in research I am keen to integrate evidence based emerging therapies into my clinical practice.
When I am not working, I like to travel with my family, visit new places and have great experiences. I have been here for a few months and I am already in love with the city.
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Amy graduated from the Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapy in 2015 and is a member of the Massage Therapy Association of Manitoba.
She has prior experience working in a physiotherapy environment, utilizing assessment and therapeutic treatment.
She has range from light to deep tissue, while applying the Swedish massage technique. From this, she’ll incorporate stretches, extrinsics, hydrotherapy, isometrics, and joint alignment.
Kirstie graduated from the Western College of Remedial Massage Therapy located in Regina, SK in 2010.
She has been a practicing member in good standing with the Massage Therapy Association of Saskatchewan ever since.
Kirstie recently moved from Regina to Brandon and joined the team at West-Fit in September of 2019.
She looks forward to building her practice in Brandon and welcomes all new clients!
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