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Inge has been practicing physiotherapy since her graduation in 1994. She has a level 3 ortho manual therapy and has been practicing Gunn IMS since 2012 and obtained her Advanced Gunn IMS Certification in 2019. Inge has taken extensive post-graduate courses on exercise prescription, sports- and kinesiotaping, vestibular rehabilitation, Mulligan Concept and Mackenzie. The combination of Inge’s extensive professional education, research based approach, varied work experience, athletic background and love of sport and exercise allow her to understand the complexities of rehabilitating and preventing sports injuries. Inge listens to her patient's needs, goals and concerns, and involves them in their care.

Her free time is absorbed by giving to the community as she coaches rep soccer (from Sep to Apr) and track and field (from Apr to Jul).

 Natalia graduated with Masters in Physiotherapy from University of Alberta in 2015. Since graduation she had completed additional training in

functional dry needling, manual therapy and exercise prescription. She worked in a variety of settings including acute inpatient, orthopaedic surgery and geriatrics. Prior to starting her career as a physical therapist Natalia worked as an anatomy instructor and a field biologist. In her free time she enjoys hiking and spending time in great outdoors.

Tess graduated from UBC in 2018 with a degree in Human Kinetics (the study and practice of human movement and exercise) and a minor in Psychology. She spearheaded a research study into ‘The effects of hypoxia on the vestibular control of standing balance’ and is currently writing a research paper for the study. Having recently moved back to her hometown of Powell River, Tess is excited to be offering Kinesiology sessions to aid people in recovering from injuries related to workplace, automobile or everyday life. She loves to spend her free time hiking, fishing or relaxing up Powell Lake and is eager to help people return to their daily activities.