Live Active. Live Well.
Whether it’s work or play, our physiotherapists are dedicated to evaluating, restoring and enhancing physical function and independence. We will help you get back to what you like to do.

Move Better. Feel Better. Live Better


Our Physiotherapists use an approach that considers the whole person and can provide treatment for musculoskeletal, neurological, cardiovascular, and respiratory conditions. We will start with an initial appointment where we will discuss your concerns and goals and perform a physical assessment. From here we will work with you to develop a plan for your recovery. The frequency of subsequent treatments is based on the type of injury and its severity. Considering your best interests, the course of treatment is outlined by you and your physiotherapist to suit your schedule and will vary from patient to patient.

Our therapists use a variety of treatment techniques tailored to your condition including manual therapy, exercise, education, and modalities to help you get back to the activities you enjoy.


Your health is our top priority.Our physiotherapists continue to wear masks for your safety. In accordance with the guidance of the college of physiotherapists of Manitoba we still request that our clients wear a mask for treatment. We ask that you please call to reschedule your appointments if you are feeling unwell.


Have you had a total hip or knee replacement in 2023?

If so, the Manitoba Health is currently covering Physiotherapy! Patients who have had a total hip or knee replacement surgery after January 1, 2023 are eligible for up to 6 individual physiotherapy sessions!

Eligibility criteria

1. Patients who do not have private insurance

Manitoba Health will cover up to 6 physiotherapy visits or a maximum dollar amount of $540.00, whichever comes first.

2. Patient with 3rd party insurance

Patients with private insurance must first utilize their third-party insurance. Depending on the amount of coverage, the patient can elect to use the Manitoba post-operative funding to cover the balance. For example, if you have 80% coverage through your insurance you can elect to have the remaining 20% covered by the Manitoba Post-operative program. This coverage will stop after 6 visits, even if only a small portion of the funding has been used.

3. Patients with 3rd party insurance that have maximized their insurance.

Patients with private insurance can first maximize their insurance and then move to the Manitoba post-operative funding. In this case you will have to pay your co-pay amount if you have less than 100% insurance coverage. Once your insurance is maximized you can receive an additional 6 physiotherapy visits under the Manitoba Post-operative funding program.

Feel free to reach out to any of our locations for further information!

Treatments include:

  • Manual Therapy
  • Exercise/Movement Therapy
  • Education
  • Physical Modalities

Physiotherapists help you:

  • Reduce Pain
  • Optimize Function
  • Restore and Improve Strength
  • Prevent Injury
  • Stay Fit!

Direct Billing with:

  • Canada Life
  • Chamber of Commerce
  • Claim Secure
  • Equitable Life
  • GMS Carrier 49
  • GMS Carrier 50
  • Group HEALTH
  • Group Source
  • Industrial Alliance
  • Johnson Inc
  • Johnston Group Inc
  • Manion
  • Manulife
  • Maximum
  • People Corporation/Sirius
  • Green Shield
  • SSQ
  • Empire Life
  • The Co-operators
  • Sunlife
  • Blue Cross
  • Canadian Benefit Providers
Use of movement and exercise, manual therapy, education and advice to help people with an injury, illness, or disability.
Massage Therapy
Hands-on manipulation of body tissues to enhance a person's health and well-being.
Acupuncture can be used to affect the muscle and nerve systems of the body which can help improve pain, reduce muscle tension, and improve circulation.
Orthotics Assessment
Improve foot function to help decrease pain in the foot but also other parts of the body such as knees, hips, and lower back.

Meet Our Team

Khushboo Vyas
Physiotherapist (Examination Candidate)
Khushboo completed her Bachelors degree in Physiotherapy from Civil Hospital Spine Institute, Ahmedabad (India) in 2015. She moved to Canada and completed her physiotherapy competency exam in 2021. Khushboo joined our team in 2022. Khushboo is experienced in a variety of medical settings including musculoskeletal and neuromuscular injuries. She has spent time working in the various hospital and clinical settings including Intensive Care Units, Paraplagia hospital and the pediatric neuroscience center. Khushboo has implemented weight loss programs and instructed yoga exercise to assist patients with chronic knee and back pain. Khushboo enjoys helping people of all ages suffering from injury, pain and disability. She employs exercise, manual therapy, modalities, patient education and advice on managing and recovering from injury. In her spare time, Khushboo finds joy through yoga, meditation and spending time with family and friends. “I believe If I can have an impact a person’s overall health, happiness and ability to live their life to the fullest then I am truly satisfied”.
Kaitlin Rempel
BMR P.T., Acupuncture
Available: Tuesday and Thursday
Kaitlin graduated from the University of Manitoba with a degree in physiotherapy in 2011, as well as a degree in physical education in 2008. She has completed her Canadian Orthopaedic Division level III for the upper quadrant and level I for the lower quadrant. Kaitlin is certified and has advanced training in acupuncture, and has taken training in dry needling. Kaitlin currently works at St. Norbert Physiotherapy on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays and at South Winnipeg Physiotherapy on Tuesday and Thursdays. In her spare time, Kaitlin participated in the sport of rifle shooting, as well as long distance running. She believes in staying active and pursuing lifelong learning in order to provide her clients with the best possible care.
Mayank Bhatt
Available: Monday and Wednesday evening
Mayank is able to converse fluently in English, Hindi and Punjabi. Mayank graduated from the University of Delhi (India) with a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Therapy. After which he worked in a private hospital for over a year assessing and treating patients with metabolic disorders such as diabetes, pre and post bariatric surgeries, and common musculoskeletal conditions. He moved to Canada in 2016 and received a Master’s Degree in Rehabilitation Sciences from the University of Manitoba in the fall of 2018. During his postgraduate studies at the University of Manitoba, Mayank worked on many projects including assessing and treating patients with Parkinson’s disease focusing on balance, walking, and higher cognitive functions. As well as research projects involving patients with stroke, rotator cuff injuries, shoulder OA, and vestibular disorders. Mayank cleared the written component of PT national exam in 2019 and worked with CBI, Regina for a brief period of time treating patients with chronic low back ache, shoulder pain, hip and knee injuries. Mayank likes interacting with his clients and believes in evidence based practice and carefully blending conventional and contemporary techniques of physical therapy for the benefit of his clients.
Manpreet Kaur Warring
MPT (Examination Candidate)
Manpreet completed her Masters in Sports Physiotherapy at Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar (India) in 2015. She has gained experience working in versatile settings including National sports tournaments, inpatient and outpatient units in past 6 years. She has also conducted research on anthropometric measurements in traditional sport known as Kabaddi which got published in an international journal in year 2016. She has worked with various musculoskeletal, neurological or sports related conditions. Subsequently, Manpreet moved to Canada and cleared her written component of physiotherapy competency exam in 2021. In clinical practice, she believes that a combination of education, manual therapy and biomechanical correction can do wonders to help patients in their rehabilitation. She enjoys developing individualized protocols for her patients just because she thinks that every client is unique with context to their goals and needs. While she is not working, she loves reading motivational books, latest research studies and doing meditation.
Curtis Humeniuk
MPT Physiotherapist
Curtis is a physiotherapist who is passionate about helping his clients on their path to recovery and a pain-free life. He understands the impact of injury, and looks to assist you in regaining your strength, motion, and overall well-being. He graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Master’s degree in physiotherapy in 2017. Since that time, he has continued to grow and fine-tune his skills to deliver a high level of care to his clients. His approach to healing is customized to each person and may include: soft tissue work, joint mobilizations, education, modalities and exercise. In his spare time, Curtis enjoys reading, spending time with family and friends, and cooking homemade soups. Curtis looks forward to working with you on your unique journey to health and wellness.