BScPT, Gunn IMS
For over 26 years Ethan's primary focus, as a Physical Therapist, has been to help clients optimize their outcomes. He has a thirst for knowledge including a strong desire for current information. Ethan has taken many courses including spinal manipulation, peripheral manipulation, Intramuscular-Stimulation (IMS) / dry needling, vestibular rehabilitation and concussion management. He has been an on field Physical Therapist for numerous international, national, provincial and municipal sporting events for a variety of different sports. For many years, he has spent the majority of his time outside of work enjoying coaching or assisting with a variety of sports teams primarily with his 4 children.
Kelly Weeks (Kennedy)
BScPT, B.Sc, Gunn IMS
Kelly completed her Physiotherapy degree at the University of Alberta in 2001. She has taken many courses over the years and completed her Intermediate Examination in Orthopedic Manipulative Therapy and is certified to perform spinal and peripheral manipulation, Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS)/dry needling, and concussion rehabilitation (Level 2 Shift Concussion management). She has also taken special interest in the assessment and treatment of vertigo and dizziness disorders, training at the Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. Kelly swam competitively for 14 years which instilled in her a great love of sport and competition. She continues to enjoy swimming, yoga, hiking, cross country skiing, paddle boarding and climbing with her 2 kids.
BScPT, Gunn IMS
Cam graduated from the University of Alberta with a physiotherapy degree in 2003. He has since attended a variety of courses and become certified to perform spinal and peripheral joint manipulation, Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS)/dry needling, prescribe diagnostic imaging, and has specialized training to assess and treat concussions and vestibular problems. Cam has a strong passion for hockey and all injuries associated with high impact sports including concussions. He played 5 years for the U of A Golden Bears hockey team while attending university and cherished being a student athlete. He loves working with all competitors and was fortunate to work abroad with professional rugby players in Australia shortly after graduation. He now spends all his extra time coaching and parenting his 3 amazing kids.
BScPT, CAFCI, Gunn IMS
Tayo graduated from University of Alberta in 2003 and immediately began his working career in private practice orthopedics. His post-graduate certifications include Acupuncture, Intramuscular Stimulation IMS/dry needling, spinal and peripheral joint manipulation, concussion and vestibular rehabilitation and diagnostic imaging ordering privileges. As is often the case with physiotherapists, Tayo spent a lot of time in physiotherapy as a young athlete rehabbing from multiple shoulder dislocations and ultimately surgery. He transitioned from a young hockey player to long jumper and now recreational runner/gym rat. When not at the clinic , Tayo can be found chasing his 2 young kids and 2 dogs.
James first joined the Parkland Rehab family in 2010 as a Physiotherapy Aide. He completed his Kinesiology degree at the University of Alberta before traveling down under to the Gold Coast of Australia to complete his Doctor of Physiotherapy Degree in 2019 at Bond University. James' passion to get his patients moving and help them live pain free lives comes from his love of sports. He enjoys biking the paths of the river valley, playing baseball, skating and skiing. His treatments incorporate a variety of approaches including manual therapy, dry needling and individualized exercise programs. James also runs our hydrotherapy program in the TLC pool on Tuesday and Thursday mornings.
Many of you may recognize Abby as she has been a part of the Parkland Rehab family and Spruce Grove/Stony Plain community for years. Abby grew-up in Stony Plain and started at Parkland Rehabilitation as a Physiotherapy Aide. Abby completed her Kinesiology degree and her Masters in Physical Therapy (M.Sc.P.T.) at the University of Alberta and now officially joins our Physiotherapy team in January of 2022.
Abby enjoys being active, coming from a background of playing ball sports such as basketball, baseball and competitive volleyball. She continues to play recreational ball, and loves hiking and running.
Abby is currently on leave but will be rejoining our team in February of 2025!
Kerri joined the Parkland Rehab team in December of 2022 after completing her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Health in Ontario and her Masters of Physical Therapy at the University of Alberta. Throughout her life she has played multiple sports including college volleyball while completing her undergraduate degree. Like many others in our profession Kerri experienced sports injuries which guided her towards her career in Physiotherapy and her goal to help others in achieving a healthy active lifestyle. She continues to enjoy spending time in the gym, running, snowboarding and hiking.
Kendra has been a part of the Parkland Rehab team for many years. She started as a Physiotherapy aide before completing her Bachelor of Kinesiology and Masters of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Alberta and now joining the Physiotherapy team in December 2023. Kendra competed at the national level in figure skating singles and pairs for over 10 years where she sustained several injuries which inspired her to help others overcome their own injuries and challenges to reach their goals. Kendra loves to stay active through various physical activities such as going to the gym, skiing, hiking, and indoor climbing.
Jordan joined the team at Parkland Rehab in December of 2023 after completing his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Masters of Science in Physical therapy, both at the University of Alberta. Born & raised in Spruce Grove, Jordan attended Parkland Rehab as a patient for various injuries, which is where his dream of becoming a physical therapist was born. Jordan is dedicated to working with people to help then feel and move better. Away from the clinic, Jordan can found mountain biking, backpacking, cheering for the Oilers or birdwatching in the Spruce Grove trails.