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Grandin Plaza

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Our St. Albert clinic was established more than 30 years ago and offers a variety of specialty services from some of the best clinicians in St. Albert. Services include physiotherapy, massage therapy, acupuncture, and ultrasound-guided regenerative medicine. Let us help you on your journey. Come join 40,000 patients and counting since 1999.

Services:

Exercise Therapy
Incontinence Intramuscular Stimulation Manual Therapy
Massage Therapy Post-Operative Rehab Prolotherapy
PRP Injections Sports Therapy Vestibular Rehab


Dawn Payne

PT, CGIMS, (Senior Physiotherapist)

Dawn graduated from the University of Alberta in 1995 with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy. In 2002, Dawn became one of the business partners of CSA Physiotherapy Grandin Plaza and assumed management at this location in St. Albert while continuing her successful physiotherapy work with clients. Dawn has a special interest in treating complex spinal conditions, athletic injuries and persistent pain conditions and injuries. She also has extensive education in treating concussions, vertigo and dizziness. Dawn has been involved in the treatment of many athletes at both recreational and international levels including athletes involved in triathlon, running, cycling and martial arts.

Designations: Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy (1995), Certified Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation (Instructor), Honorary Fellow Institute for the Study and Treatment of Pain, Injury Management Consultant for Alberta Auto Injury Program, Registered Member of IMS Needling Roster.

Mary Bazzarelli

PT, (Physiotherapist)

Mary graduated form the University of Alberta in 1994. Since that time, she continued her postgraduate education and became a certified McKenzie therapist in 2007.

 The McKenzie Method of assessment and treatment is a specialized method to diagnose and treat chronic and acute injuries to the spine as well as the extremities. This method of treatment helps the patient understand their injury and how they can effectively help themselves in their recovery from pain or injury.

Mary earned her certificate of Functional Dry Needling through Kineticore in 2016 which she has integrated into her practice with great results. She has experience working with Rugby and Soccer teams. Mary is familiar with injuries that occur from the recreational to the elite athlete and treats young children up to the masters level players.

Designations: Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy (1994), Certified McKenzie therapist.

Jenna Lewis

PT, B.Kin, CAFCI, CAT (C) (Physiotherapist)

Jenna’s background as a Kinesiologist prior to becoming a Physiotherapist has provided a strong foundation for the treatment and management of injuries. Whether she is treating acute or chronic injuries as a result of sports, active lifestyle, repetitive work behaviors, motor vehicle accidents or other disease conditions, she integrates her exercise based background into the treatment plan. Jenna has a particular interest and experience in treating all types and levels of athletes. She has worked with various sports teams in Manitoba and Alberta including hockey, track and field, basketball, football, volleyball and soccer. She also has specialized training in women’s and men’s incontinence conditions and enjoys helping this group of people return to comfortable daily living.

Designations: Masters of Science in Physical Therapy (2012), Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology – Athletic Therapy (2009), Completed Acupuncture Certification with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute and is on the Acupuncture Needling Roster.

Stephanie Dumont

PT, BSc.Kin, CAFCI (Physiotherapist)

Stephanie has been working as a sports physiotherapist since 1995. She is a Level 4   orthopedic manual therapist and is certified to practice acupuncture. During her career, she has had the opportunity to work with Olympic athletes, NHL and CFL athletes, and was the physiotherapist for the 2010 Southern Alberta Freestyle Skiing and Aerials Olympic Development.

As an avid marathon runner and Ironman triathlete, she has a special interest in treating running and triathlon related injuries. Her extensive experience enables her to modify any athlete’s training schedule to work around their injury and ensure that crucial fitness is not compromised. As the mother of a competitive swimmer and hockey player, Stephanie also enjoys working with young athletes from all sports backgrounds. She is interested in the prevention of youth sports injuries and will design specialized home and gym programs tailored to each athlete’s unique needs to maximize performance.

Designations: Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology (1991), Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy (1995), Level 4 Canadian Physiotherapy Association of Manual and Manipulative Therapy, Completed Acupuncture Certification with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute and is on the Acupuncture Needling Roster.

Lynne Wong

PT, MClScMT, MScPT, BscKin, FCAMPT (Physiotherapist)

Lynne is passionate about learning and has done so by being active in post-graduate continuing education. She has completed her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy and Bachelors of Kinesiology from the University of Alberta and she has completed a Masters of Clinical Science in Manipulative Therapy from Western University.

Lynne strives to make your rehabilitation a great learning experience. Part of that experience includes education so you can expect to learn a lot about the anatomy of your body and how it integrates with the way the body functions. Throughout the course of your treatment, you will be able to integrate this knowledge by learning how you can help your body over the course of your treatment and to prevent or slow down future injury.

Since her training is rooted in manual therapy, you can expect your treatment sessions to have a hands-on component followed by exercise. She strongly encourages her clients to follow the exercise recommendations she provides as it helps to improve the effectiveness of the hands on treatment.

seal-lynneLynne also has a special interest in treating concussions, dizziness and vertigo.

Designations:  Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology (2010), Masters of Science in Physical Therapy (2012), Masters of Clinical Science in Manipulative Therapy (2016), Fellow in the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT), Spinal Manipulation Roster

 

Rakesh Dholakiya

PT (Physiotherapist)

Rakesh graduated from M.S.University, India with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2011. He subsequently studied Health and Fitness in Hamilton, Ontario in 2014. He strives to provide the highest quality of care to his patients and he is continuously expanding his skills and knowledge to best serve his patients. He has specific experience providing treatment for Sports injuries, Motor Vehicle Accidents and post surgical rehabilitation. Rakesh also enjoys treating spinal dysfunction including whiplash and low back pain.

His individual treatment plans include several important aspects including manual therapy (hands on treatment), education, functional retraining and goal setting. He uses this with a wide range of additional treatments including specific exercise programs and stretching to help patients return to their full function and activities. In order to help patients maintain their motivation during the treatment program, Rakesh prefers to have people keep doing activities they love, even if they are modified for a period of time.

In his free time, Rakesh enjoys working out at the gym where he has fun innovating new core workouts! He also enjoys playing tennis and cricket, cheering on the Oilers and reading about meditation.

Designations: Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy 2011

Lloyd Tapper

NP, BScN, MN, PHD, ACCN (Nurse Practitioner)

Dr. Tapper is a PhD – prepared health care clinician with over 10 years of experience working in emergency, urgent care and family practice.  He has significant experience in chronic pain management.

Dr. Tapper’s special interests include the use of ultrasound guided prolotherapy and platelet rich plasma (PRP) to restore and repair joint, ligament and tendon injuries. He works in close conjunction with other medical practitioners including doctors, specialists and the physiotherapists at CSA.

Designations: Diploma of Registered Nursing (1997), Bachelor of Science in Nursing (1999), Certification in Acute Care and Emergency (2001), Master’s of Nursing (Nurse Practitioner), (2005), Doctorate of Nursing (2013), National US Certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner (2016), Licensed to practice in Alberta as a Family Nurse Practitioner (2005-2016).

Ruslan Zaynullin

RMT, (Massage Therapist)

Ruslan was born and raised in Russia. Since he was twelve years old, he has studied Martial Arts. He started in Judo and is now focusing on boxing and mixed martial arts.

He’s always been fascinated by the anatomy and physiology of human body. He studied Psychology, Philosophy and Anatomy in Russia where he worked as Psychologist and Yoga Teacher. He has now taken that passion for the body and mind to apply in his work as a Massage Therapist.

Ruslan has a special interest in treating MVA related injuries, whiplash, frozen shoulder, and sport related injuries. His relaxation techniques also help to significantly reduce psychological stress. He enjoys working as a team in collaboration with the Physiotherapists to further enhance the patient experience and positive response to treatment.  

Designations: 3000 hours Massage Therapy Certificate, 3000 hour Advanced Clinical Massage Therapy program at Makami College (Graduated May, 2017) , Member of CRMTA , ACP registered EMR.


Contact Us

SE
South Edmonton

10947 – 23 Avenue
Edmonton , AB
T6J 7B9

Tel: 780-988-5803
Fax: 780-988-5804

Email: info@csaphysio.ca

GP
Grandin Plaza

#508 Grandin Park Plaza
22 Sir Winston Churchill Avenue
St. Albert, AB
T8N 1B4

Tel: 780-458-0255
Fax: 780-460-9796

Email: csagrandin@shaw.ca

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51st Avenue

10393-51 Ave
Edmonton, AB
T6H 0K4

Tel: 780-989-9789
Fax: 780-989-9788

Email: info51@csaphysio.ca

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