Originally from Edmonton Bryce is a recent graduate from the University of Alberta Physical Therapy program with further background in kinesiology. Throughout the course of his studies Bryce spent a great deal of time working with cancer survivors through the Cancer Rehabilitation Clinic at the U of A and the Cross Cancer Institute where he learned to always be open and receptive to what his patients have to say. He also worked as a personal trainer with a range of athletes from weekend warriors, weightlifters, and varsity athletes. Bryce’s treatment philosophy is built on open communication, manual therapy, exercise, and collaboration with patients from the first time they meet.
Category: Dry Needling
Ritesh strongly believes in a patient-centered approach. He treats acute and chronic orthopedic conditions along with sports injuries. His various treatment techniques include manual therapy, exercise prescription and intramuscular stimulation(IMS). Ritesh places a strong emphasis on educating his clients about injury and on providing them a custom treatment plan. Prior to working in private practice, Ritesh developed experience working in hospital settings in Saskatchewan and Calgary.
Krunal utilizes manual therapy, exercise prescription, patient education, functional dry needling and taping techniques to correct movement patterns that lead to injury. He has a special interest in hip, knee and shoulder rehabilitation, particularly in the sports community. Krunal equips to provide enhanced patient care where he has developed skills in the orthopedic, cardiac and surgical units at the University of Alberta …