Staff changes

We have had a number of changes to our clinics to report.  At our Callingwood location, Sarah Roskin is now off on maternity leave.  We wish her the best as she prepares for the arrival of her baby girl.  Sadly Rebecca DesRoches is no longer at our clinic, as she has moved to beautiful BC.  Jenna Truelove has also changed clinics to be closer to home. With that, we welcome the arrival of Audrey Nunweiler to the physical therapy team.  At our Grange location, we welcome Marie-Pier Picard to the physical therapy team.  She is excited to explore her opportunities here, having recently moved from Ontario this summer.

Denise Nelson has returned!

UPT welcomes the return of Denise Nelson to our physical therapy team.  Denise took some time off to have 4 boys of her own, and has now returned to working part time at our Grange location.  Please contact us at 780-756-3535 to schedule an appointment with Denise.

New massage therapists have joined the Grange team!

We are pleased to add 2 massage therapists to our team at The Grange Physical Therapy – Angela Gold and Cindy Bacchus.  Both therapists excel at deep tissue massage.  In addition, Cindy is one of the few massage therapists in Edmonton specifically trained to treat migraines and headaches.  Please contact our office to book an appointment with one of them today!

November 2012

With the cooler weather and winter ahead of us, what better time than to come in for a massage!  Callingwood Physical Therapy is pleased to have Alanna Lupaschuk join our team full time and Loral Holm and Rebecca McKinley have increased their hours at The Grange Physical Therapy to accommodate for the busier season.  Call today to book an appointment!

November 2011

It’s Movember time!  United Physical Therapy is proud to be participating in Movember to help raise awareness and funds for the treatment and prevention of prostate cancer for the second year in a row.  Kudos to Luke Baron, one of our exercise therapists at our Callingwood clinic, for organizing our team this year “United Physi-Mo”.  Hayley Ng, one of our physical therapists at Callingwood, has also graciously agreed to donate 8 inches of her hair to Pantene Beautiful Lengths Canada who help make wigs for women who have lost their hair due to cancer.  To find out more information or to donate online, please visithttp://ca.movember.com.  You can donate towards any of our staff members and help us in the fight against prostate cancer.