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Everyone falls down Let's get you back up.
I believe in empowering you with a tailored exercise program accompanied by hands-on care. The specific details of your sport will be incorporated to provide a seamless transition back to play.
If range of motion and pain is preventing you from playing your favorite sport we have the tools to help you recover.
Let's keep you moving.
Granston trained fascia release
Ultra sound and other therapeutic modalities
Strategic exercise healing plans tailored for you
Concussion trained professional - Level 2 certification with Shift Concussion
You won't just be handed a pamphlet with some stretches on it. We are in this together.
MEET JANNALEE EDGAR BMR PT
Sports Injuries are the worst! Not being able to play the game you love is torture, I get it, I've been there myself with my athletic career too.
When can I play again?
Am I back to 100% yet?
Is it safe to play?
You may be asking all of these questions.
With over 7 years of experience behind me, working with athletes in the Yorkton Minor Hockey, Yorkton Gridders Minor Football, and Yorkton Springers Gymnastics programs. You can rest assured we will find the best treatment tailored to your needs.
My mission is to get you back playing your sport to your fullest potential in the quickest and safest way possible.
MEET LAUREN THIES BSc., MPT (Res)
Lauren Thies was raised in Regina, Saskatchewan. She graduated from the University of Regina in 2019 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology. She then attended the University of Saskatchewan and graduated with a Master of Physical Therapy in December 2021.
Lauren has played a variety of sports including sprint kayaking and curling. She also enjoys spending time mountain biking and wake surfing. Lauren has been passionate about giving back to the curling community and has coached curling for 11 years, including coaching a junior women's team at provincials and as a CurlSask instructor.
Lauren has completed her level 1 Orthopedic Division AIM and First Responder First Aide.