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Stephen Hogan

Stephen Hogan


Stephen graduated from Memorial University of Newfoundland in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology (Honors). He then continued his education at Queens University where he attained a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy in 2014.

He has taken courses in acupuncture, dry needling, active release techniques, soft tissue release techniques, lumbar disc dysfunction, manual therapy and functional movement screening. He is currently completing his manual therapy levels within the physiotherapy orthopedic division.

Stephen has been involved in sports his entire life and still enjoys staying active by participating in recreational sports, hiking with his dog and cycling. Stephen was a member of the Sears National Kids Cancer Ride in 2016 and cycled across Canada to help raise meaningful research dollars for children living with and beyond cancer.

Kyle Foley is now certified in Dry Needling (2017).

Karen Wright and Holli Schimus both ran the 2017 New York Marathon.

Dave Galloway does in-depth bike assessments for serious cyclists. 

December 2014 - Holli and Bethany have completed all their exams and requirements and are now officially FCAMPTs. This is a huge undertaking that takes around 5 years of studying and practicing advanced manual therapy techniques.
Physiotherapists who are Fellows of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT) have completed extensive post-graduate education in the area of orthopaedics and have achieved internationally-recognized qualifications in hands-on manual and manipulative therapy.

Karen Wright and Randy Helm do Running Assessments for both competitive and recreational runners. This involves a physical assessment plus video gait analysis of runners on the treadmill. Both PTs instruct on home exercises and techniques to improve running efficiency and to reduce injury. Karen and Randall also give guidance on appropriate footwear.