Harbourview Therapy has a wonderful team of therapists and a dietitian who can help you get better at your own pace. Contact us today for more information.
Meet Mark, our physiotherapist. Graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2009, he has primarily worked in the orthopedic sector. Mark has a passion for therapy and fitness. In his spare time, he likes to read, exercise and spend time with his family. Mark has also taken some continuing education such as the Prague school of Athletic Development with Craig Lebenson, Dynamic Neurostabilization A, B, and sport, Juana Approach, Anatomy Trains, Stuart McGills rehab of the back, SFMA 1, and Vleemings pelvic girdle. He has been influenced by Shirly Sahrman, Ghray Cook, Kelly Starret and strength coaches Dan John, Mike Boyle and Pat Flynn. Mark has worked with all types of clients from children, weekend warriors, everyday athletes and our elderly, all with the same goal - to get you back to doing what you love and not miss the important things in life, whether they’re big or small.
Chris Hyde, RD, B.Sc, HNSc, ISAK Certified - Consulting Dietitian
Chris received his Bachelor of Science degree in Human Nutritional Sciences from the University of Manitoba. He is also a level 1 certified trainer in ISAK Body Anthropology, a member of Dietitians of Canada, and the Manitoba Sports Nutrition Network. He spent time working as a dietitian in a variety of settings, including acute care, chronic care, long-term, and outpatient care. He specializes in the areas of sports nutrition, weight management, and chronic disease management.
Proper nutrition is a key component in performance and living a good life. If you want assistance in planning better nutrition for yourself, please give us a call today to set up an appointment.
Carly, CATC, Bkin.Athletic therapist
Carly graduated from The University of Winnipeg in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Athletic Therapy and certified as an Athletic Therapist in 2011 with the Canadian Athletic Therapist's Association. Growing up she was a competitive gymnast for 9 years and was always intrigued learning about the human body. Carly is a true believer in physical activity and the health benefits of it for all lifestyles!
Hollie Kirkness, RMT
Hollie graduated from the Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapies in 2016 in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Hollie is an RMT who is passionate about treating injuries and chronic pain through the use of less invasive massage techniques. She also believes in providing her clients with stretches and exercises they can use at home in order to be a part of their own healing process. When not massaging, she enjoys being active, both at the gym and outside, and also likes exploring new places in Winnipeg.
Ashley Matthewman, Certified Athletic Therapist
Ashley graduated from University of Manitoba in 2018 with a Bachelor of Kinesiology with specialization in Athletic Therapy. She Certified as an Athletic Therapist in June 2018. Furthering her education, Ashley started at Evolve College of Massage Therapy in January 2019, graduating in August of 2020. Due to many soccer injuries growing up, rehabilitation became a natural career choice. Using the experience of previous injuries along with the knowledge gained from school, treatments take into account both physical and mental aspects. Myofascial techniques are a specialty for Ashley. These techniques loosen the surface level tissue, allowing more effective care within the muscles.
Daniel is a newly graduated physiotherapy resident. He graduated from the University of Winnipeg with a Bachelor's of Science in Kinesiology (Athletic Therapy stream) in 2018 and went on to complete his Master's of Physical Therapy in 2020.
Daniel has always had an interest in physiotherapy. As a teenager, Daniel began volunteering in physiotherapy clinics to learn more about the profession. Throughout his undergraduate studies, he gained experience as an Athletic Therapy student providing treatment in clinics as well as travelling with university sport teams providing first aid and therapy. Finally, during his time in the physical therapy program, Daniel gained further experience working with patients ranging from geriatrics, neurological recovery, and ICU cardiac patients. Aside from work, Daniel enjoys reading, running, working out at the gym, and is looking forward to spending more with friends & family after the Covid-19 pandemic. Daniel is excited to work with patients to provide education and an exercise-based approach to managing pain and injuries.