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Physiotherapy

As primary health care professionals, physiotherapists combine in-depth knowledge of how the body works with specialized hands-on clinical skills to assess, diagnose and treat symptoms of illness, injury or disability. With your independence in mind, a physiotherapist's goal is to restore, maintain and maximize your strength, function, movement and overall well-being. Physiotherapists prescribe... Read More

As primary health care professionals, physiotherapists combine in-depth knowledge of how the body works with specialized hands-on clinical skills to assess, diagnose and treat symptoms of illness, injury or disability. With your independence in mind, a physiotherapist's goal is to restore, maintain and maximize your strength, function, movement and overall well-being. Physiotherapists prescribe personalized therapeutic exercises, and provide essential education about the body, what keeps it from moving well, how to restore mobility and independence, and how to avoid or prevent bodily harm.
Physiotherapy is a practice of medicine in which physiotherapists work with a diverse client base of all ages with a wide variety of health conditions. Assessing their different needs related to mobility, physical function and movement is all part of physiotherapy and its goal to help others with injuries or conditions to live a more comfortable lifestyle. Several physical tests and measures are taken, and with strong clinical reasoning the physiotherapist will provide the client with a detailed diagnosis. In order to properly treat the diagnosis, physiotherapy works to plan treatments that are consistent with the patient’s goals and health conditions. All techniques used are critiqued by our experts and are supported with evidence. Physiotherapy has a variety of treatment methods focusing on rehabilitation, pain management and chronic conditions which are treated accordingly.


Traditional Chinese Medicine: Acupuncture & Cupping

Acupuncture is part of Traditional Chinese Medicine and has been used for thousands of years. Moxa, GuShu and cupping are also treatment techniques utilized in the movement of Qi.


Chiropractic

Chiropractors are well-trained to help you enhance your health and wellness by taking preventive measures to avoid injury, by providing lifestyle and nutritional counselling, and by prescribing therapeutic exercise. Chiropractic adjustment can help restore function, relieve pain, and get you back in the swing of your daily activities. Your first visit with us will last approximately 45 minute... Read More

Chiropractors are well-trained to help you enhance your health and wellness by taking preventive measures to avoid injury, by providing lifestyle and nutritional counselling, and by prescribing therapeutic exercise.
Chiropractic adjustment can help restore function, relieve pain, and get you back in the swing of your daily activities.
Your first visit with us will last approximately 45 minutes. One of our chiropractors will complete a review of your history, assess and evaluate your overall health, and collaborate with you to create your treatment plan. A treatment will be included with your initial assessment. Follow-up appointments will last approximately 15 minutes. We are WCB and SGI accredited.


Massage Therapy

The human body was built to move, to be mobile, and to be ready for action. Unfortunately, many people experience achiness, stiffness, and inflexibility. The therapeutic use of massage affects all systems of the body, most particularly circulatory (blood and lymph), muscular, fascial, and the nervous systems. Massage therapy is also effective in the control of chronic or acute pain, in stress ... Read More

The human body was built to move, to be mobile, and to be ready for action. Unfortunately, many people experience achiness, stiffness, and inflexibility.
The therapeutic use of massage affects all systems of the body, most particularly circulatory (blood and lymph), muscular, fascial, and the nervous systems. Massage therapy is also effective in the control of chronic or acute pain, in stress reduction, and in creating a sense of relaxation and well-being. Physiological effects of massage include: physically stretching the muscles, encouraging circulation, inhibiting muscle spasm, and inhibiting and/or stimulating the nerves by reflex to ease pain and/or promote function as necessary.
Your appointment time can be customized to your schedule.
Our clinic is happy to accommodate all clientele, from pregnant moms-to-be through to elite athletes and office professionals.
We are WCB, Medavie and SGI accredited.


Mental Health- Children & Adolescents

Children and adolescents mental health care treatment has specific care requirements. If you are booking an appointment for a minor under the age of 18, please use this option. If the parents of the minor are separated or divorced, we require WRITTEN consent from both parents, and will email a second consent form to be completed prior to the initial appointment. As every client insurance ... Read More

Children and adolescents mental health care treatment has specific care requirements. If you are booking an appointment for a minor under the age of 18, please use this option.
If the parents of the minor are separated or divorced, we require WRITTEN consent from both parents, and will email a second consent form to be completed prior to the initial appointment.
As every client insurance plan is different, please ensure you choose a Counsellor with a designation that your insurance plan will cover BEFORE your visit. Brownstone Health is not responsible for re-imbursing incorrect booking designations.


Mental Health- Adult

As mental health professionals, Counsellors have in-depth training to assist people cope with and work on issues come across in life. We help our clients reach their desired goals. We work with individuals, couples, and families to assist people to work through a broad range of issues including relationship issues, trauma, anxiety, grief & loss, sexuality, separation/divorce, chronic pain, dis... Read More

As mental health professionals, Counsellors have in-depth training to assist people cope with and work on issues come across in life. We help our clients reach their desired goals.
We work with individuals, couples, and families to assist people to work through a broad range of issues including relationship issues, trauma, anxiety, grief & loss, sexuality, separation/divorce, chronic pain, disordered eating, healthy balanced lifestyle, as well as many more.
Counsellors in our team use a client-centered, strength-based approach to help clients reach their goals, viewing issues through a lens of systems theory. We use a variety of therapeutic approaches in our work, including: emotionally focused therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, brief therapy, somatic experiencing, eye movement integration, and narrative therapy. The approach that the Counsellor takes depends on the individual needs of each the client.
As every client insurance plan is different, please ensure you choose a Counsellor with a designation that your insurance plan will cover BEFORE your visit. Brownstone Health is not responsible for re-imbursing incorrect booking designations.


Kinesiology, Fitness, Yoga & Classes

Our group classes will combine cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, and core related exercises. Classes will focus on the use of all muscle groups, with the overall goal of increasing metabolism as well improving overall fitness levels and body strength. These group classes run for 45 minutes, and will be geared to all level of fitness from the beginner to intermediate. Start with 1 cla... Read More

Our group classes will combine cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, and core related exercises. Classes will focus on the use of all muscle groups, with the overall goal of increasing metabolism as well improving overall fitness levels and body strength. These group classes run for 45 minutes, and will be geared to all level of fitness from the beginner to intermediate. Start with 1 class per week, progressing to two or more.

The Brownstone Health facility space of over 6700 square feet incorporates a full-function gym. We have licensed trainers with Kinesiology degrees that can provide one-on-one, partner or small group workout sessions based on your schedule. Our therapists will happily review gym technique with you, as appropriate, to ensure that you are performing your exercises in the most efficient and correct manner.

We have highly educated, incredibly motivated personal trainers to help you reach your fitness goals. Sessions are flexible to your schedule, with male or female kinesiologists, and available as individual, partner or small group sessions in our facility gym.

Our fitness classes are small- this means you have someone watching you closely, correcting alignment and teaching technique. You won't feel out of place or as though you can't keep up, because your university trained instructor is right beside you! Workouts are varied, scaled, and in a comfortable, encouraging environment.

Yoga means Union. At Brownstone Health, we recognize the importance of a connection between the Mind and the Body. We’ve been grounded in Yogic beliefs since 2006, and possess the skill sets and education necessary to incorporate these beliefs in your well-being.

You are invited to come and share with us as we journey through the practice, free our mind and our body. Here, we are safe. Here, we do not judge. Here, we just ARE! Using the lines of awareness to move through asana, create proper alignment, stacking of the body and connection to the breath, each sequence is designed to cultivate energy, find balance and assist you to surrender to the process. Yoga cannot be forced, it must be felt, it must be understood, it must be lived. Through personal experiences, we grow, heal, learn and continue to develop.


Midlife Women's Clinic

A group of experts to work with your family physician to support your journey through this stage of life. Please book your initial appointment with our Program Director, Amanda Scollan, NP.


Rolfing & Manual Osteopathy

The family of Structural Integration Rolfing Structural Integration, developed in he 1950s by Ida Rolf, is manual therapy based from Osteopathy that restores postural balance by releasing connective tissue adhesions. The slow, penetrating pressure of this style of bodywork takes advantage of the unique property of fascia to soften when steady pressure cause fascia to change its states. Current ... Read More

The family of Structural Integration Rolfing Structural Integration, developed in he 1950s by Ida Rolf, is manual therapy based from Osteopathy that restores postural balance by releasing connective tissue adhesions. The slow, penetrating pressure of this style of bodywork takes advantage of the unique property of fascia to soften when steady pressure cause fascia to change its states. Current research suggests a combination of mechanical, biochemical, and neurological responses. Structural Integration therapists-sometimes known as Rolfers- are trained to perceive the holistic effects of each local intervention and to adapt the depth and pace of their touch to the client’s develop body awareness. Rolfing along side with movement education will realign and balance the body’s structure with the field of gravity that we live in. It’s truly a holistic process of structural change that’s meant to not only improve physical well-being, but also emotional well-being. Rolfing Structural Integration Ten-Series The goal of Rolfing is to systematically balance and optimize both the structure (shape) and function (movement) of the entire body. Each session focuses on freeing restrictions or holdings trapped in a particular region of the body. While maintaining a holistic view of the client’s entire system during each session, thus ensuring the transformational process evolves in a comfortable and harmonious way. Frequently Asked Questions: Can people come for just a few sessions? Yes, sessions can customized from one session to five sessions. These sessions are chosen based on the pattern the individual body holds. What is a Rolfing uniform? Your comfort is the most important thing; most clothing can be worked around. However, the Rolfing "uniform" usually consists of underwear. Women, please wear a bra and underwear you are comfortable in Sports bras are not ideal, unless they have spaghetti straps Some women prefer wearing a bathing suit Shorts and tank top work but aren't preferred Men, boxer briefs, or briefs are best, but running shorts also work great You can be covered with a sheet or blanket during session if you wish, for you comfort. It's a priority that you are comfortable, so please talk to Jenna if you have any concerns about what to wear to the Rolfing session. Does it hurt? This is a very common question and the answer differs from person to person. Some find sessions extremely relaxing while others may have moments of intense sensation, but it should never feel painful. Who would benefit from Rolfing? I’ve worked with people aged 6 weeks to 80 years old, with those who are coping with significant challenges such as Parkinson’s, stroke recovery, or severe trauma from accidents and injury, as well as those who are in excellent health but are interested in Rolfing to enhance their athletic performance, to deepen their personal journey through bodywork, or to just plain improve their posture. Rolfing Appointments can also include: CranioSacral Therapy (CST) The central nervous system (brain and spinal cord) has the most influence over the body’s ability to function. CranioSacral Therapy is a gentle, hands- on approach to releasing tensions within the central nervous system. CST evaluates and releases restrictions in the central nervous system by gently feeling various locations of the body to test for the ease of motion and rhythm of the cerebrospinal fluid pulsing. Visceral Manipulation Visceral Manipulation is a gentle manual therapy that aids and encourages the body’s natural ability to release restrictions and unhealthy compensations that lead to pain and dysfunction. “Viscera” relates to the internal organs of the body, such as the liver kidneys and intestines. Treatment using this technique that involves feelings for altered or decreased motion within the viscera, as well as restrictive patterns throughout the body and then applies gentle visceral manipulation techniques. Conditions treated with Craniosacral & Visceral Manipulation: Chronic musculoskeletal pain Headaches, Migraines, and Vertigo Back, hip and knee pain Shoulder periarthritis and capsulitis Restricted range of motion Post-surgical pain and Scar tissue Acid Reflux and Heartburn Women's health issues, Endometriosis, Bladder incontinence Digestive disorders Anxiety, Stress and Depression Concussion and traumatic brain injury Infant and Childhood Disorders Chronic Fatigue Fibromyalgia Central Nervous System Disorders And many other conditions Can I claim this on my insurance? Unfortunately, not in most cases (the bodywork world we are not considered a form of massage therapy but rather a form of Structural Integration) As such, we are not covered by nearly all insurance companies these days. On the bright side, any health care savings plan that you have set up can often be used for Rolfing. I can provide receipts for the deduction. *Check with your insurance plan in advance to see if Rolfing could be submitted.


CONCUSSION Care (CCMI)

Our testing is through CCMI (Complete Concussion Management Incorporated), a nationally recognized program requiring intensive post-graduate training. More information is available through www.completeconcussions.com.

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Brooke graduated from a 2200 hour course at Western College of Remedial Massage Therapy in 2003. She uses a combination of traditional Swedish massage, Deep Tissue, and trigger point therapy to help relieve the effects of stress, chronic pain, and to help facilitate healing from injury. From the athlete to the elderly, Brooke has experience in treating a wide array of people and conditions. She believes that massage therapy is a wonderful tool to aid the body in its ability to heal itself.

Brooke has a passion for healthy living, nutrition, and natural health. She is currently studying Reiki energy work.

Brooke graduated from a 2200 hour course at Western College of Remedial Massage Therapy in 2003. ... Read More

Colleen completed a Bachelor of Social Work in 1996, and a Masters of Social Work in 2004, both from the University of Regina. Since then, she has received her Spiritual Companion/Director training in 2006, Eye Movement Integration Training in 2013 and Somatic Experiencing Training in 2015. Colleen works with couples, individuals and families dealing with a variety of issues including couple relationships, trauma, anxiety, depression, grief/loss, abuse, disordered eating, separation/divorce, inter-country and private adoption home studies. Her counselling approach is client-centred and personalized. She listens to understand what approaches/techniques work best for a client and uses those ways of working to assist the client in reaching their goals. She has also found that working on her own life balance and self care is a way to role model this important life aspect and support her clients in enhancing the life balance that they desire. Colleen continues to grow and learn constantly as a therapist- taking ongoing training to broaden and deepen her skills. She aspires to develop new skills and approaches to help clients deal with their issues and reach their potential. Colleen really enjoys singing as a way to relax and loves to sing in choirs to create harmonies. Spending time with family and friends is rejuvenating for her, and she likes outdoor activities, especially getting together for good food and conversation with family and friends.

Colleen completed a Bachelor of Social Work in 1996, and a Masters of Social Work in 2004, both f... Read More

Stephan is a counsellor with over 30 years of experience. He was trained in counselling psychology through the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa. Stephan’s training and experience was established from a variety of settings. He was involved as a counsellor in Pastoral and Congregational settings, in the military, and in hospital environments. He has worked with clients on challenges related to stress, anxiety, depression, anger, self esteem, grief and recovering from past abuse. He is a certified Cyber counsellor through the university of Toronto, ON, using private email, chat, Facetime or Skype to assist clients- even outside of Saskatchewan. Stephan is in Stephan is well experienced in working with couples who struggle with unresolved issues and conflict in their relationship. He makes use of EFT, CBT, Attachment, REBT, Neuro-centered and Relationship focused therapy approaches. He also focuses on Family system therapy, and does conflict management interventions.

When asked what makes Stephan unique as a professional, he answered, “I do respect a clients values. My post graduate training in psychology, philosophy and theology, enables me to practice therapy from a variety of world view perspectives. Are you a non-believer/ another faith background? My philosophical background enables me to respect your values, which I will use to help you resolve issues. Are your values based in Christian faith? I am well experienced to provide therapy, based on those values.” His professional aspiration is to have two or more people COME TOGETHER in therapy, ……to ACHIEVE a NEGOTIATED GOAL, …. to ENHANCE the WELFARE of the client. Stephan writes, “I aims for, and facilitate,… “connection”…the “coming together” with a client in a therapeutic alliance, or the coming together of the client with him/herself, or with a partner, family member or co-worker. I aim at negotiating a goal with the client … something, somewhere, sometime, some-one … to pro-actively focus on, to pursue and to attain. The “how to …” has different seasons. For some, finding the how, the way… starts with waiting, slowing down, quiet-down, rest, feel, finding the internal voice and then listen. Others have a burning fire of frustration in the belly, to escape from, get unstuck, “to do something about it” - but they are out of ideas or have failed so many times that they lost their hope and confidence. They need someone to help them change their approach … to think, feel and try something different! If I can fulfill the above, to see and experience how the welfare of a client blossoms like a flower, my aspirations… are fulfilled as well.” We are fortunate to have Stephan part of our team.

Stephan is a counsellor with over 30 years of experience. He was trained in counselling psycholog... Read More

Lisa joins the team at Brownstone Health with her vibrant, caring energy and years of experience. She completed a Bachelor of Physical Activity Studies at the University of Regina in 1993. From there, she successfully obtained a Bachelor of Social Work and has been working with youth and families ever since. Her areas of interest include grief & loss, as well as depression & anxiety counselling. When asked to describe her philosopies, Lisa stated: “I use a strength-based, client-centred, trauma informed approach. My techniques are inferred by CBT, Brief Solution Focused therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, play therapy and mindfulness.” Lisa is one of our only mental health team members that works with children and adolescents. Her professional apirations include continuation of her studies in Death, Dying and Bereavement through Wilfred Laurier University, as well as to continue taking courses in Dialectical Behavioural Therapy. Aside from her work, Lisa loves being outside. You may see her running, cross-country skiing or riding her bike around the city.

Lisa joins the team at Brownstone Health with her vibrant, caring energy and years of experience.... Read More

Kirsten practices with a Master of Social Work (MSW) granted from Wilfrid Laurier University in 2020. Kirsten completed both a Bachelor of Psychology and a Bachelor of Human Justice at the University of Regina in 2011 and has worked in the human service field with children, adolescents, and adults ever since.

Kirsten’s practice is informed by Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Somatic Experiencing, and mindfulness. Kirsten approaches all sessions with an anti-oppressive, strength based, trauma informed lens and is passionate about empowering clients. Professionally, Kirsten has continued to learn about trauma, anxiety, and the benefits of incorporating mindfulness into daily living.

Kirsten is a fun spirited, animal lover who enjoys working with children, adolescents, and adults to help achieve their goals. Kirsten is currently working with clients aged 8 years and older.

Kirsten practices with a Master of Social Work (MSW) granted from Wilfrid Laurier University in 2... Read More

Terry Fehr, B.A., M.Ed. (R.Psych) M.Ed. Terry completed her Master’s Degree in Educational Psychology in 1994 at the University of Regina. She has extensive experience as an educator, a psychologist and an administrator. Over the past 25 years, she has provided service to individuals, couples, groups and families, both as a private practitioner and within an institutional context. Her experience with the Correctional Service of Canada has given her unique insight into the social and political context within which mental health challenges occur in the community, and the long-term, adverse effects of trauma on the individual and consequently on our culture. Terry’s practise of psychology is informed by a broad spectrum of theoretical and strategic treatment modalities, including Mindfulness Integrated Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Integrated Somatic Psychology and Polyvagal Theory. She has completed her first year of Somatic Experiencing training and plans to become a certified SE practitioner by the end of 2021. Over the years, Terry has worked with clients from a all aspects of society. At this point in her career, she is particularly interested in serving first responders and front line workers in the areas of Education, Health, Justice, Law Enforcement and Corrections. Terry is optimistic and approachable. She engages easily with clients and has an affable, authentic manner. She is spiritually grounded and a firm believer in the profound importance of love-in-action and the healing power of humour. In her leisure time, Terry loves to play guitar and sing, jamming and performing at any opportunity. It is her intention to serve her community until she retires… sometime around noon on the day of her funeral.

Terry Fehr, B.A., M.Ed. (R.Psych) M.Ed. Terry completed her Master’s Degree in Educational Psych... Read More

Dr. Ashley moved home to Regina, after spending several years in Toronto. We are sure excited to have her part of our team! While Dr. Ashley has excellent traditional chiropractic manipulation techniques, she is also able to include acupuncture, use the Activator & Activator protocol, as well as utilize Graston-style soft-tissue techniques as part of your care. Add that to an undergraduate degree in Kinesiology, a great eye for movement pattern dysfunctions & correction and you will be in great hands!

Dr. Ashley has a strong sense of community. She has an elite background in baton, cheerleading, and dance. She is a volunteer cheerleading coach, and can often be seen helping at games and competitions. Her kindness, empathy, & genuine caring, combined with quick wit, will make Dr. Ashley a valuable part of your health-care team.

Dr. Ashley moved home to Regina, after spending several years in Toronto. We are sure excited to ... Read More

Colleen has worked with families for over 30 years! In 2004, she completed at Masters of Social Work at the University of Regina, and in 2006 received her designation from the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT). Her graduate work focused on researching leading experts, theories and techniques that help couples improve their relationship. While couples and relationships are part of her caseload, she also focuses her energy on patients in chronic pain, and those that suffer from depression and anxiety. Creativity and practicality are brought into her work daily. Her work is under the umbrella of systemic theory. A framework of attachment theory and emotional-focused therapy guides her work. She is a sessional lecturer at the University of Regina, and aspires to train other couple therapists in working with couples and to continue to offer retreats and courses which build stronger relationships for couples and families. Colleen has a long history of service to the Regina Community. She is a member of good standing with SASW and AAMFT. We are pleased to be able to provide technology and phone consultations, if for some reason you are not able to travel or leave your home. Please call reception at 306.779.1275 to help set this up.

Colleen has worked with families for over 30 years! In 2004, she completed at Masters of Social W... Read More

In 2009, Deana received her Masters of Physical Therapy from the University of Alberta. She has her Bachelor of Kinesiology from the University of Regina, where she was a member of the Women’s hockey team. She went on to play hockey overseas before finishing her formal education. Deana is the dichotomy of our clinic, as she excels in two diverse areas of practice. While she is an excellent orthopedic physical therapist and practices dry needling, Deana is also certified to treat conditions of both the male and female pelvic floors. She can help her patients with conditions such as urinary & fecal incontinence, pelvic pain, and dyspareunia. Deana enjoys empowering her patients through education, and providing tools for self-care. Deana is always taking courses in both manual therapy and researching information about pelvic floor conditions, as the evidence is evolving quickly! She has completed her transitional Doctorate of Physical Therapy in Pelvic Health. If that doesn’t keep her busy enough, she is a fantastic mom of two adorable daughters, and still able to find time for family, friends, golf, and hockey.

In 2009, Deana received her Masters of Physical Therapy from the University of Alberta. She has h... Read More

Receiving his Diploma in Physiotherapy in 2006 from Salzburg, Austria, Brownstone Health is incredibly fortunate to have Matthias part of our team. His interests are in orthopedics and sports injuries, especially knees and shoulders. He also practices dry needling, a form of acupuncture based in Western Medicine techniques. His attention to detail and commitment to deliver the best results possible, while maintaining a focus on the individual patient is what really sets him apart as a therapist. He is continually advancing his manual therapy skills, and has obtained a Doctorate of Physical Therapy with a focus on manual therapy. When not at work, he can be found playing with his two daughters while spending time with family and friends. He enjoys working out at the gym, soccer, running and golf.

Receiving his Diploma in Physiotherapy in 2006 from Salzburg, Austria, Brownstone Health is incre... Read More

Amber Klatt, M.Ed., Registered Psychologist (Provisional)

Amber graduated from the University of Regina in 2019 with a Masters in Educational Psychology. Her practice is chiefly informed by Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, mindfulness meditation, and environmental psychology informed nature-based therapy.

In session with Amber, you can expect her active listening to help you build both a respectful awareness of your internal monologue and a constructive focus on you and the kind of life that you want to lead. To the extent of your interest, you may explore how the natural world can support mental wellness, and how mindfulness can be employed as a tool to connect you with your experience of your life.

Amber only works with clients that are 18 years of age or over.

Amber Klatt, M.Ed., Registered Psychologist (Provisional) Amber graduated from the University of... Read More

Jenna Leib, CEP (Certified Exercise Physiologist), CES (Certified Cancer Exercise Specialist), RYT-400 (Registered Yoga Instructor), Rolfer (Certified Rolfer)

Jenna is our movement specialist! She has such a lively and dynamic collection of post-graduate education, that we had the opportunity to create a whole new division of our clinic based on her skillset :-)

Jenna obtained her kinesiology degree from the University of Regina in 2008. Since then, she’s certified as:

• Urban Poling Instructor

• Functional Movement Screen level 1&2

• Selective Functional Movement Assessment level 1

• Critical alignment Therapy level 1,2,3

• Yoga Instructor 200hrs

• Yoga Therapy 200hrs

• NeuroKinetic Therapy Level 1

She is especially interested in working with people that are in post-injury recovery, but prefers to teach prehabilitation, or solid, proper technique to try to prevent an injury from occurring in the first place. She also has a heart-felt interest in working with people as they recover from cancer.

When this educated lady has a little free time, you will find her running, doing yoga, lifting weights, cooking, reading, and of course, learning! Jenna has a strong exercise background and manual therapy skills. She enjoys working with people of low-level fitness or helping guide from sedentary behaviors.

Her professional aspiration:

To be a strong assets in cancer survivorship programing in Saskatchewan

From Jenna’s perspective:

“I eat, live and breathe fitness & wellness. I have over ten years of experience studying fitness, yoga therapy and anatomy. I hold a special interest in working with people with various injuries & health conditions. I use function training to assist any individual to achieve fitness benefits, regardless of their level of fitness or dysfunction. In addition to my experience, I’ve also worked actively with breast cancer exercise programming, created active release programming, guest lectured at many conferences, and studios with my workshops.”

Jenna Leib, CEP (Certified Exercise Physiologist), CES (Certified Cancer Exercise Specialist), RY... Read More

Amanda is amazing! She is a physiotherapist, with specialty areas in sport, acupuncture, dry needling, Graston and the Integrated Movement System.

She completed her BSc{Kin} in 2006 from the University of Saskatchewan. She carried on to finish her MPT in 2009, also from the University of Saskatchewan. She came home to Regina, and has been active in our physio community since then. Her areas of interest include Sport (Huskie Football, Regina Riot, High School Athletic Association, to mention a few), orthopedics and concussion rehabilitation.

Post grad work to be mentioned:

Acupuncture from the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada in 2010

Integrate Systems Model Series Graduate of 2013

Graston Technique Training 2016

Biomedical Trigger Point Dry Needling 2017

When she isn’t in a clinic or on the sidelines, you may find Amanda spending time with her family and dog at their cabin, kayaking and paddle boarding. She loves to travel.

Because of her background and extensive training in sports, Amanda takes a really functional approach to rehabilitation. She believes its important to treat the whole person- as often as possible.

Amanda is amazing! She is a physiotherapist, with specialty areas in sport, acupuncture, dry need... Read More

Riley Mason obtained a BScKin in April 2015, and then completed his Masters of Physical Therapy in October 2018, both from the University of Saskatchewan.

Since then, he’s been busy. He was working in Sport Physiotherapy in Alberta when he completed the Bernard Tonks Introductory Vestibular Rehabilitation course, and has two more post-grad specialty vestibular courses lined up.

Sport physio and vestibular rehabilitation are his two areas of interest. Riley has taken is Sport First Responder, and you will see him on the sidelines of various sporting events around Regina.

When he isn’t working, studying, or taking advanced courses, you may see him hiking, biking, olympic weightlifting, reading, playing slopitch, spike ball, soccer, golf, volleyball or any other sport. He really values spending time with his family and friends.

“Growing up, I was known for my desire to learn. I wanted to know everything about everything, especially when it came to sciences. That same wish to absorb information was transferred into my career once I realized my passion for movement and the human body. I approach each and every problem with the fullest intent to solve and I continue searching for the answer when others stop.”

Professional aspiration: To continually learn and challenge himself to be the best therapist, colleague, and friend he can be.

Riley Mason obtained a BScKin in April 2015, and then completed his Masters of Physical Therapy i... Read More

Erin McKillop graduated in 2009 with a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology from the University of Saskatchewan. She is a Certified Counsellor with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association.

Erin began her career working as a family therapist in a non-profit agency for 6 years where she focused mainly on parenting, communication, and stress management. After having her first child, she decided to create a better balance for her and her family and began working as a private contractor for an EFAP. This career change allowed Erin to explore her interests in work-life balance, wellness promotion, and workplace conflict resolution and mediation, while continuing to see clients facing challenges in their personal and family life. Erin enjoys the opportunity to wear many hats in her career, including counselling, teaching, wellness promotion and workplace coaching.

Erin’s varied professional interests have required her to be eclectic in her methods. Erin’s training is in feminist psychology and she counsels from a foundational belief that the counselling relationship is a practice ground for clients to experience trusting, open relationships. Over time, Erin has adopted CBT and mindfulness as effective methods for dealing with anxiety, depression, and low self-esteem. And finally, working within the brief, solution-focused EFAP model and in workplace intervention, she has honed her skills in goal setting, focusing, and communication.

Erin is an eternal optimist and her family jokes that she could be enthusiastic and excited about pretty much anything! She has finally met her match in raising her two equally enthusiastic young children.

Erin McKillop graduated in 2009 with a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology from the Univers... Read More

Dr. McNutt started his post-secondary education with two years at the University of Regina, in the Faculty of Kinesiology, as part of the Cougars track & field team. From there, he moved to Saskatoon in 2005 to take the Combined Laboratory an X-Ray Technician course. After graduating, he moved to Meadow Lake Saskatchewan, and gained experience working as an X-Ray Tech at the hospital. A few years later, he decided to become a chiropractor. Are we ever thankful for that!

Dr.McNutt then returned to the University of Regina, and finished his Kinesiology degree. From there, he attended the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto. He was busy… as not only was he working through Chiropractic school, he also learned the Graston soft-tissue treatment techniques, AND completed his Contemporary Medical Acupuncture course through McMaster University in Hamilton.

He is an avid Powerlifter and have has a keen interest in health & fitness. Dr. McNutt is a great fit for our clinic!

Dr. McNutt started his post-secondary education with two years at the University of Regina, in th... Read More

Dr. Tricia Miller

Doctor of Acupuncture

Tricia is a Doctor Chinese Acupuncture who studied at Grant MacEwan University in Edmonton. She is also a certified Iyengar yoga teacher.

Tricia passionately believe in what acupuncture can do for people from all walks of life. Not only does it have the power to reduce our aches, pains and all other symptoms we have on the surface of our bodies but it also has the ability to balance what is happening on the inside of our bodies and mind.

Through years of yoga practice and acupuncture treatments, Tricia works with the philosophy that she can help solve the root of the issue of why certain ailments keep happening to us.

When she isn’t helping patients in clinic and teaching yoga she is busy being a hockey mom.

From Tricia: “I love doing post-surgery treatments to speed the healing process as well as scar needling to help reduce scar tissue and visibility. I love treating pregnant women to help with pregnancy pains as well as reduce stress, prepare for labour & induce labour. Stress, anxiety and depression are the most common things I treat. I enjoy doing those treatments because it’s so helpful in getting people to actually fully relax and slow the sympathetic nervous system right down. Chinese Medicine is very effective at regulating emotions and helping over come traumas like concussions and PTSD.”

Dr. Tricia Miller Doctor of Acupuncture Tricia is a Doctor Chinese Acupuncture who studied at G... Read More

Jessica was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She is passionate about life on the prairies! After graduating with a Bachelor of Science from the University of Manitoba in 2014, she attended the University of Western States in Portland Oregon- obtaining her Doctorate of Chiropractic in 2018.

Jessica has been busy since she became a chiropractor. She has taken the Graston Technique courses, and is a L1 Crossfit Trainer. She has a passion for the sport, and a keen sense of being able to provide modifications for all functional abilities while keeping limitations and injuries in mind.

Jessica enjoys working on extremity conditions and loves working with any type of athlete. From teens to the weekend warrior, her goal is to help people return to the things they love to do in a pain-free fashion.

An athlete herself, she has played volleyball, basketball, soccer, field hockey, and badminton. While she claims to be a little rusty, she can most definitely work her clients through injuries and movement patterns!

When she isn’t in the clinic, you might find her coaching Crossfit, tending to plants, hiking, reading, savouring coffee and all things food-related.

Jessica was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She is passionate about life on the prairies!... Read More

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Amanda Scollan MSN, NCMP

Nurse Practitioner

Amanda completed an undergraduate nursing degree from the University of Saskatchewan/SIAST collaborative nursing program and a Master’s of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Pennsylvania. She is certified through the National Certification Corporation as a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner. She completed the certification process through NAMS (North American Menopause Society) to become a Certified Menopause Practitioner. She has extensive experience in Women’s Health including prenatal, antenatal, and postpartum care, sexual health, contraception, inpatient and outpatient gynecology, pelvic floor dysfunction, and care of midlife women.

Amanda is passionate about comprehensive care that explores with her clients how to feel their best. She is a holistic health care provider with a focus on wellness and vitality through the changes at midlife and beyond. Her goal is to partner with her clients to create an individualized plan to manage the many changes associated with the menopausal transition. She is a firm believer that aging is a gift that involves hard work; either the hard work of being infirm or the hard work of being vibrant. Each circumstance is unique and Amanda has full prescriptive privileges as well as the ability to refer as necessary, order lab tests or imaging, and complete procedures such as IUD insertion or endometrial biopsy.

Amanda Scollan MSN, NCMP Nurse Practitioner Amanda completed an undergraduate nursing degree fr... Read More

Daysha Shuya BScPT, MScKin, tDPT, CAFCI, GTT, RYI

Daysha graduated from the U of S school of Physiotherapy in 2003, and obtained her sport diploma from Sport Physio Canada in 2009. Since then, she has completed an M.Sc. in Kinesiology looking at injury prevention and physical manifestation of emotion, as well as a transitional Doctorate of Physical Therapy. She is certified in both traditional acupuncture for musculoskeletal dysfunction and dry needling. She completed a 200 hour yoga instructor course while living in a monastic Ashram in 2006, and has worked in 6 different countries with football teams as well as the Supervisor of Performance Medicine for Cirque du Soleil. She instructed for the International K-Taping Academy from 2011-2017, teaching health care professionals across Canada proprioceptive taping techniques. She has taught over 50 courses as a sessional lecturer for the U of R in Anatomy, Physiology, as well as Care & Prevention of Athletic Injuries. Daysha has been the sport physio for the U of R Cougar Women’s Hockey, Regina Thunder, Regina Rams and at the Canada Games. Currently, Daysha is on the Board of Directors for the Sport Medicine & Science Council of Saskatchewan, Sport Physio Canada- Saskatchewan Division, as well as the President of the College of Physical Therapists of Saskatchewan.

Daysha Shuya BScPT, MScKin, tDPT, CAFCI, GTT, RYI Daysha graduated from the U of S school of Phy... Read More

Leanne graduated as a Registered Massage Therapist from the Western College of massage therapy in Regina in 2003. Throughout the years, she has taken many additional courses in the massage therapy field, including a deep tissue massage program, exercise therapy, and most recently, pregnancy massage.

Leanne has volunteered countless hours treating at races and sporting events to gain valuable experience and add to her knowledge. She has honed her skills over the years to do a wonderful upper body massage with special attention to the neck and shoulders.

Leanne has recently transitioned from owning a business to working at Brownstone Health, and we welcome her change! Returning from maternity leave with two young children at home, she hopes to continue to increase her availability and work with new clients to meet their over all health goals.

In her free time, she loves playing with her adorable kids, spending time at the lake and taking time to return to triathlon training. When we asked Leanne how she felt about her new transition, she said, “I am excited to be apart of this dynamic team!”. And Brownstone Health is excited to have her with us.

Leanne graduated as a Registered Massage Therapist from the Western College of massage therapy in... Read More

Catrina joins the team at Brownstone Health with a Bachelor in Kinesiology from the University of Regina 2013 completing a Major in Adapted Movement Science. She then obtained a Masters in Physical Therapy from the University of Saskatchewan in 2016. Her love of learning is evident, as she has been very busy working through the Canadian Orthopedic Post-Graduate Syllabus level system, obtaining her Acupuncture specialty through Acupuncture Canada, and taking courses in the Mulligan concept and from the McKenzie Institute with a focus on spinal health.

With a background in classical and Ukrainian dance, Catrina enjoys problem solving movement related injury. She then uses her skills to design excercise programs based on deficiencies and strengths she notes from each patient. Her treatments focus on education and movement, with strong hands-on manual therapy skills which can be complimented with acupuncture treatments, when appropriate. She says, “I strive to connect my hands-on therapy to my exercise prescription to provide a comprehensive treatment approach” for each person that she has the opportunity to work with.

Outside the clinic, you might run into Catrina at various styles of recreational dance classes in the community, or studying with her 2 cats at her side. One thing is certain, she is always looking to learn, and spends most of her holidays at continuing education courses!

Catrina joins the team at Brownstone Health with a Bachelor in Kinesiology from the University of... Read More

Jordan has been an integral part of Brownstone Health since 2010. As part of our 2015 gym expansion, he has formalized his leadership role in our organization. Jordan’s background experience with hockey, wakeboarding, snowboarding and mountain bike racing is reflective of his love of adventure and extreme sport. The several broken bones he has to show for the adrenalin rushes are what peaked his interest for the field of health and rehabilitation. There is always a silver lining! His creativity, integrity and genuine care for his clients is evident with each training session he prepares and coaches.

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