Elizabeth BMR(PT), CAFCI, E3V3/Level 3 Upper & Lower, Advanced Spinal Manipulation, Kinesiotape 1-3, MacKenzie A-D, Accredited McKenzie Practitioner, Nordic Pole Walking Instructor
When I moved to Lethbridge in 1988, I originally intended to stay for only one year. It’s been a long year! Although I might miss the beauty of the Maritimes and the lakes of Manitoba, the varied landscapes around Southern Alberta more than make up for that.
Now that both my kids are adults and I'm no longer needed as "mom taxi," I enjoy walking, Nordic Pole walking, hiking, camping and reading. I also enjoy scrapbooking, but I have to admit, I've not done much in awhile!
Since Peak started more than 25 years ago, I have always used the best treatment options for my clients including manual therapy, acupuncture, kinesiotaping techniques, and collaborating with the other therapists to help achieve the best possible outcomes. In 2014, I received my Certification in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy from the McKenzie Institute of Canada and I can't be more happy with the results my patients get from this approach.
What keeps me motivated? Hearing “thank you” from happy clients! I also enjoy helping injured workers return to their job, dancers back to rehearsals or judoka back to the tatami.
Tim BScPT, FCAMPT, CAFCI, MacKenzie A,B,C&D, Kinesiotape
I have been involved with the sport of speed skating most of my life. Currently, I am the Head Coach of the Lethbridge Speed Skating Association. Recently, I took up mountain biking and compete in endurance events throughout the province.
Outside of my skating life, I have a wife and four children. My wife is a teacher and my kids are involved in music and sports.
I am a fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physical Therapist (FCAMPT) and certified in Medical Acupuncture (CAFCI). I enjoy treating clients who are dealing with acute or chronic pain (sprains, strains, and automobile accidents). I like to incorporate humour into my treatments and help clients understand the nature of their injury.
Jessi MSc PT, BSc Exercise Science
Hi, I’m Jessi and I’m currently on maternity leave. I was born and raised in southern Alberta. I started my degree in exercise science at Medicine Hat College where I dabbled in ACAC women’s volleyball. From there, I moved to Lethbridge to finish my degree at the U of L. I then moved up north to complete my MScPT at U of A.
Being from a small town in southern Alberta, there wasn’t a ton to do except “sport”. I played volleyball, slo-pitch, basketball, hockey, badminton, and track and field. I still enjoy playing recreational slo-pitch throughout the summer and continue to stay as active as I can whether it be playing beach volleyball, going to the gym or hitting up a court to play some sports.
I enjoy maintaining an active lifestyle and am known to be a bit of an animal-person. Our house is chaotic with four animals and now a baby, but I wouldn’t mind adding another dog or two to our fur-family!
I am passionate about educating clients. Knowledge is power and understanding your injury is the first step in the rehabilitation process.
I am so excited to continue my career here at Peak and I can’t wait to meet you!
(Jessi is going to be on mat. leave after August 21. )
Leeju (Lee) BScPT; MScPT(Cardiorespiratory)
Hi, I’m Lee!
I was born and raised in Dubai, U.A.E; Completed my Bachelor and Masters degree in Physical Therapy from India; Lived in London, England for nearly 4 years; Moved to Toronto, Canada, where I joined the Physical Therapy Bridging Program at the University of Toronto; Finally, moved to Lethbridge, in 2016, to be closer to my family.
In my spare time, I enjoy art/painting, music, travelling, visiting historical sites and learning about local cultures and traditions. Above all, dancing- Yes, dancing is my greatest passion, ever since I was a child- be it classical to contemporary or Bollywood to ballroom.
As I continue my journey working at Peak, as a Phyical Therapist, I love being able to make a difference in people’s lives, in our community. I have seen first-hand the remarkable impact physical therapy can have on a person’s life. To me, helping clients become stronger means empowering them with the knowledge and confidence to take control of their injury or disease and ultimately their life.
Oyin B.Physiotherapy, M.SC Orthopeadics and Sports (PT)
Hi, I’m Oyin! I am from Nigeria where I got my Degrees (both Bachelor and Masters) in Physiotherapy. I practised as a clinical physiotherapist for over 4 years before relocating to Canada to join my husband in 2016. Life in Canada if I must say has been interesting but for the cold!
I enjoy walking, listening to music and visiting new places. I also love to sew! But I must confess its been a while I did that because I’ve been a busy mom to a set of twins and a toddler.
I know I made the right choice of being a physiotherapist because I learn new things about the human body everyday and also, I’m able to help people feel better by taking their pain away.
I’m really excited to continue with my career as a physiotherapist here in Canada and would love to meet you!!
Ben BSc(Neuroscience), MScPT
Hello, my name is Ben. I was born and raised in Lethbridge. I completed my Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience at the UofL and my Master of Science in Physical Therapy at the UofA. I have returned to Lethbridge as this is where most of my friends and family reside.
I enjoy spending time with friends and family from anything between playing board games to going on hikes. I spend a fair amount of time weightlifting at the gym to improve upon my own health and fitness, as well as challenge my body’s mental and physical capacity.
I am passionate about helping people understand their own situation, so they are better equipped to tackle their goals. I am always happy to answer questions and I would encourage you to do so. My treatment philosophy starts with education and consists of primarily exercise and functional training.
I look forward to meeting you in the clinic and being part of your rehabilitation journey!
Michelle BSc(Exercise Science), CSEP Certified Personal Trainer, Pfilates Instructor, Kinesiotape 1&2, Osteoperosis: Prevention, Treatment & Managment, McKenzie A, Nordic Pole Walking Instructor
Hi, I’m Michelle! Born and raised in Lethbridge, I attended the University of Lethbridge and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree (Exercise Science) in 2011. Shortly after, I started working at Peak, as a Kinesiologist, and have thoroughly enjoyed my time assisting the physiotherapists and working individually with clients on their exercise programs. I particularly like helping injured workers get back to their job and motivating people to persevere through their rehabilitation in order to achieve their fitness and lifestyle goals. It is so rewarding to see someone master their exercise program and re-discover a love of physical activity!
In my spare time, I enjoy reading, hiking, golfing, swimming, and travelling. During my travels, I have discovered a passion for water activities, including snorkelling, paddle boarding, and kayaking. On my travel bucket list is to one day snorkel the Great Barrier Reef and volunteer at a school/orphanage in Africa!
I look forward to helping you out in the gym with your personal exercise program and getting you back into “peak” shape!
Hi I'm Chris! I recently graduated from the University of Lethbridge receiving my BSc in Kinesiology in the spring of 2020. I enjoy inspiring people and helping them reach their personal goals while educating them about the reasoning behind treatments. My long term goal is to become a physiotherapist and continue to help people. I have been involved in Judo for 18 years and made the national team in 2016 before retiring from competitions in 2018. Now, I enjoy doing Judo, playing tennis, dirt biking, ski-dooing, and jet boating in my spare time.
Hello, I am Taylor! I was raised in Taber and moved to Lethbridge for school; recently completing a Kinesiology degree at the University of Lethbridge in December 2020. After spending time volunteering and job shadowing at Peak I am very excited to work as a kinesiologist and continue helping patients in their recovery process!
Outside of work I spend most of my free time as a mom to my three fur-babies. I have two cats, Nova and Ember, and a Blue Heeler puppy named Flurry. I enjoy taking my puppy on walks and runs, and spending hours playing fetch with her. When I am not entertaining my pets, I love being active. I like to go for bike rides, hike, and just last year I taught myself how to roller skate. Growing up I was a competitive figure skater and continue to spend as much time on the ice as I can. From skating I have completed my certification as an NCCP professional coach and have been trained to coach Special Olympics as well.
I am thrilled to work at Peak so I can aid the physiotherapists in helping patients feel better than ever!
Carolyn Phyiotherapy Aide, Front Desk Assistant
I am originally from Manitoba, and I have lived in Lethbridge since 1985. My favorite activities are camping, exercising, and spending time with friends and family.
Although my official title is Physiotherapy Aide, I now mostly cover the front desk. I am also in charge of the equipment, Peak’s safety programs and training the new staff. I do my best to keep everyone on time and organized, and make sure our team is the best in Lethbridge!