Certified Athletic Therapist
Michayla graduated from the University of Winnipeg with a Bachelor of Science, major in Kinesiology, specialization in Athletic Therapy, and with a French minor in 2018. She then went on to become a Certified Athletic Therapist CAT(C) with the Canadian Athletic Therapy Association in the same year. Michayla is currently pursuing her masters at the University of Manitoba, in the field of motor learning and control.
Michayla's goal is to help all patients achieve their pain free lifestyles. She is very passionate in the management of neck/jaw pain and the associated headaches, and has a keen interest on ACL reconstructive surgery. She treats all patients in a unique way to ensure the best quality of rehab! She is certified in Soft Tissue Release (STR), Neuroproprioceptive Taping and Cupping, and hopes to certify in acupuncture in the near future. She has treated a variety of injuries from her experience working with sport teams including hockey, football, rugby, and lacrosse. She is also a certified first responder trained in dealing with all emergency situations.
Aside from working within a clinic and field environment, Michayla also spends her time teaching labs at the University of Winnipeg in hopes of assisting students achieve their passion for Athletic Therapy.
Kieran completed his Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology in 2018 from the University of
Manitoba in 2018 and his Master’s in Physical Therapy in 2020 from the University of Manitoba.
Kieran has also been working as personal trainer for over 5 years, receiving his APCC
certification in 2014 and has worked with a range of clientele from beginner fitness levels to
professional athletes. Kieran believes that the human body is strong and resilient and wishes to
instill this belief with the clients he works with. Using a combination of movement, exercise,
education and hands-on techniques, Kieran aims to help every client realize their full physical
Kieran is currently certified in Level 1 Stecco Fascial Manipulation and plans to
complete his Level 2. Kieran is also pursuing his Fellow of the Canadian Academy of
Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT) and is challenging the Orthopaedic Level 1 exam in
December 2020. Kieran also plans to complete certification in acupuncture in 2021.
Kieran has a keen interest in sports rehabilitation and has extensive experience working
alongside rehabilitation professionals as a personal trainer at Total Rehabilitation and
Acceleration Performance and has helped many athletes transition from rehabilitation to high
performance training after an injury. In his spare time Kieran enjoys lifting weights, hiking,
biking, paddling and enjoying the outdoors.