Osteopathic Manual Therapist
High Performance Biomechanics and Conditioning Specialist
Ergonomic & Injury Prevention Specialist

Neil is an Osteopathic Manual Therapist and Professional Kinesiologist in excellent association standing.

Previous education achievements include a Diploma in Manual Osteopathy from the National Manual Osteopathic College and a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology degree from the University of Alberta.

Neil holds certificates as:

- Canadian Gold Standard CSEP Clinical Exercise Physiologist™,

- Ergonomic/HSE Specialist as a Canadian Registered Safety Professional®

- Biomechanical and Conditioning Specialist certified as a CSEP High-Performance Specialist™

- Kinesiotaping Practitioner

Neil has worked as a Professional Kinesiologist Practitioner in injury rehabilitation in the physical therapy industry, as an educator in the athletic and occupational setting, and as a performance coach in both athletic and occupational environments. Neil is an Ergonomic Specialist and has conducted office and industrial assessments as well medical rehabilitation and ergonomic recommendation reviews. 

Utilizing the gentle touch and detailed assessment of Manual Osteopathic techniques onto the foundation of Kinesiology (biomechanics, ergonomics and movement therapy) has given Neil the ability to individualize your care by addressing the immediate functional need to eliminate the discomforts and pain, but also diving into the root cause of both the dysfunction within the elaborate systems of the body and the environments that you interact with. 

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Osteopathic Manual Therapist (Intern)
Therapeutic Assistant
Athletic Coach

Shae is an intern Osteopathic Manual Therapist currently in College to refine her skills. All services are offered under the College professional practicum. Shae is a high school basketball coach and previously attended Red Deer College as a student collegiate athlete completing her Therapeutic Assistant diploma.
Shae shares her passion for movement in interaction with youth sports and also recreation activities with the elderly. She has provided hundreds of effective treatments already using osteopathic techniques for fascial stretching. 
She is excited to refine her craniosacral mobilization skills to add to her treatment process; especially to assist the elderly as research has shown great results with the use of this therapy and the delay in the onset of cognitive disruptions such as dementia.