About Our Physiotherapists:
Isaac graduated from the University of Manitoba with his Bachelor of Arts-Advanced in Psychology in 2011. After graduation he continued his studies and earned his Masters of Physiotherapy in 2014.
Since graduation, Isaac has worked in the public and private health sector. He has had the opportunity to hone his skills in assessing, treating, optimizing function and promoting well-being in a variety of populations including geriatrics. As a medical sales representative, Isaac has gained knowledge and experience using various medical devices designed to help correct and improve patient function and performance.
Isaac is a firm believer in combining manual therapy with specific exercise prescriptions to prevent injury, facilitate recovery from injury, and increase mobility. He is a dedicated professional who believes in keeping current with the latest physiotherapy techniques and training to benefit his clients. This dedication has led Isaac to obtain his Level 1 orthopaedic manual therapy certificate.
Isaac has a strong passion for all sports. After an accomplished high school and collegiate basketball career, he had the privilege of briefly playing professional basketball overseas. Isaac’s interest in physiotherapy developed during his time in athletics as physiotherapy was instrumental in his on-court performance and recovery from injury.
As a former athlete and as a recreation sport enthusiast, Isaac has the ability to understand his client’s needs and goals, and combined with his knowledge and training he has helped his clients achieve optimal performance.
Mathew graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree majoring in Psychology and continued his education to graduate from the faculty of Medical Rehabilitation with his Masters of Physiotherapy in 2014.
Mathew has been working as a Physiotherapist in private sector since 2014. He currently works at Pembina Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic and Total Rehabilitation.
He has 10+ years experience training and coaching high level basketball youth in Manitoba. He looks forward to providing a physiotherapy program that includes manual therapy, an exercise regimen and rehabilitation with an emphasis on injury prevention.
Mathew has attended multiple high performance training seminars including injury prevention for runners. He is currently working towards becoming a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT) and has completed the Level 3 Upper Quadrant Course.
He has a keen interest in anything sport related and enjoys playing basketball, volleyball, soccer, tennis and golf.