INSTRUCTORS

Harpreet Singh

Harpreet graduated with a Bachelor in Physiotherapy in 2004 from India. He also holds a Master in musculoskeletal physiotherapy (2008) from India.  Over past 10 years, he has acquired a broad range of experience in acupuncture, IMS, manual therapy, vestibular therapy and concussion rehab.

Harpreet has completed courses in vestibular rehabilitation, concussion training, spinal manipulation, McKenzie (lumbar spine mechanical diagnosis and therapy, Mulligan manual therapy, advances in hip rehabilitation, Maitland professional development course on manual therapy for vertebral column, dry needling/IMS, acupuncture, and certification in temporomandibular joint disorders.

Michela Juergens

Michela is a graduate of the University of Alberta Master's of Physical Therapy program, and holds a Bachelor's of Medical Science & Biology at Western University. Michela is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and registered by the College of Physiotherapist of Alberta in good standing. She is passionate about having a collaborative treatment approach and one to one time with patients. She also emphasizes preventative rehabilitation, specifically with the young athlete population.

Michela was a competitive equestrian, but is passionate about hockey, soccer, volleyball, and all other sports! In her spare time, Michela enjoys spending time skiing, snowshoeing or hiking in the mountains. She also enjoys keeping active with a variety local spin/fitness classes in Calgary.

 

Thomas Lathrop

Thomas graduated from the Master of Physiotherapy Studies program at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia in 2016 after receiving a Bachelor of Science majoring in Kinesiology from the University of Calgary. Thomas has been active in sports and physical activity throughout his life and believes in helping people return to the activities of life that make them happy.

 

Thomas is keen about continuing his education with post-graduate courses to expand his knowledge and skill-set. In his spare time, he enjoys staying active with basketball, volleyball, hiking, and spending time with friends and family. Thomas loves traveling, has experienced 26 countries and his next adventure will be hiking to the base camp of Everest in Nepal.

Manmeet Aneja

With a Bachelor of Physiotherapy completed in India, Manmeet has been practising in Calgary as a physiotherapist since February 2016. He has experience in diagnosing and treating various orthopedic conditions including MVAs and work-related injuries with recent trends in the field.

Manmeet Is also a certified K-taping pro therapist and has also completed courses in workplace wellness and health promotion from Centennial College in Toronto.

 

Tobi Omu

Dr. Onutobor (Tobi) Omu holds a Bachelor of physiotherapy from University of Teesside, UK, and a Master of neuro-rehabilitation from Brunel University, West London, UK. She also completed a PhD in neuro-rehabilitation and health sciences (2010), from Brunel University, West London, and has worked as a physiotherapist in various junior and senior posts in the United Kingdom and Kuwait.To increase her understanding of sports injury management and prevention, Tobi also completed a taught Master of sports medicine, health and exercise at the University College London, UK in 2014, and was involved in various research projects at the Sports Injury Prevention Research Center at the University of Calgary.Tobi is currently pursuing advanced certification in acupuncture and manual therapy techniques for managing musculoskeletal and neurological conditions.

Leeju John Chacko

Leeju is currently working as a Team Lead (Point-person) for Acute Care (In-patients), Sub-Acute and Out-patients Physical Therapy Department at Chinook Regional Hospital, Lethbridge.

ADAM MANN

Adam completed his Msc. Physiotherapy degree from University of Alberta. Adam has a strong interest in teaching  Neuro and Cardio.

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