South Sherbrook Therapy specializes in the prevention and care of musculoskeletal (muscle, bone and joint) injuries and disorders. Our philosophy is the prevention of injuries through patient education, rehabilitative techniques, and the promotion of an active lifestyle. At South Sherbrook Therapy, we use a team approach to rehabilitation by using the knowledge of 3 disciplines to support the patient: athletic therapy, physiotherapy, and massage therapy.
Jason treats sports-related, musculoskeletal injuries and works hard to help his patients regain strength and mobility. Jason has experience treating a variety of athletes in various organizations, including the Canadian Major Indoor Soccer League, Northern League Baseball, Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Disney on Ice, Western Hockey League, American Hockey League, National Hockey League, Major League Soccer, Canadian Women's Hockey League and Soccer Canada, just to name a few.
Mark provides treatment and care to clients with anything from carpal tunnel syndrome to ligament sprains and shoulder pathologies.
When you need a therapeutic or relaxation massage, Sandra is here to help. She is available Tuesday, Thursday and alternating Saturdays.
Our registered dietitian has a passion for sport and works alongside athletes to assist them in reaching their performance goals. Chris can also help you manage diabetes on how your diet can affect this condition. He can also help you construct a weight loss plan regarding your diet.
Heath began working with us in 2015. He previously graduated from the University of Manitoba with his Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Kinesiology Athletic Therapy degrees. He has worked with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers as their Assistant Athletic Therapist, and has also helped with the Winnipeg Jets for multiple seasons. Heath enjoys working with athletes and the general population alike, as he specializes in treating any musculoskeletal injuries. He tailors every rehabilitation program for each individual, and strives to get you stronger than before the injury!