Gina I – Physiotherapist
Gina recognized her love for physical activity at a young age; which grew into a passion when she began teaching children about physical activity and movement.
Susanne R – Physiotherapist
Susanne has a natural passion for health and exercise, which has fueled a lifetime of participation in many different areas of the industry. She has a 15 year history in all styles of dance, which she later extended into a teaching capacity.
Kristi H – Physiotherapist
Kristi’s love of sport and exercise stems from her career in volleyball, which she played at the university and national level. Although she doesn’t play competitively anymore she does continue to coach and train various volleyball athletes.
Dan G – Physiotherapist
Dan’s passion for physiotherapy stems from years of playing a multitude of sports, and a fascination for how the human body moves.
Sarah B - Physiotherapist
Sarah graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2008 with her Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation in Physiotherapy and has since completed her Masters of Clinical Sciences in Physical Therapy.
Tamara Robertson - Massage Therapist
Tamara has been a massage therapist for 20+ years. She graduated from the Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapy and has been working in combination with other massage therapists, physiotherapists, chiropractors and others to ensure a thorough network of health care providers to be able to offer the most complete treatment of people in her care.
Maria Miolli - Clinic Manager
Maria is the person that makes the clinic tick on a daily basis. Maria has been with Prairie Trail Physiotherapy since 2010 and has played an important role in the clinic expanding and take the shape it is today.
Désirée D’Errico - B.Kin, MPT
Désirée’s passion for physiotherapy began at a young age through her interest in a variety of sports and her strong will to help others. From gymnastics, dance, hockey, and soccer, she has always prioritized the importance of being active, and carries this belief into her physiotherapy practice.