We are working hard to put in place multiple safety measures in order to keep our staff and clients safe. These measures include:

Fewer chairs in the waiting room (2 metres apart)

Outdoor seating (2 metres apart)

When you arrive please come into the clinic waiting room, unless there is a red sign on the front door notifying you that we are at maximum capacity. If we are at maximum capacity please call us at (306) 543-0990 to let us know you are here.

Hand sanitizer will be available immediately upon entering the building.

Medical grade masks will be provided if necessary for $1.00. Please bring a medical grade mask to your appointment and wear them at all times while in the building.

Physical barriers and distancing guidelines within the building will be in effect.

Therapists will be wearing medical grade masks during all appointments.

At Stapleford Health and Rehab, your health and the protection of our therapists health is very important to us. We will be following very strict guidelines in conjunction with infection control, cleaning/disinfection and safety protocols during this time.

Our goal will be to minimize the spread of infection. Some new procedures we have in place to assist with this are:

We ask you to pay directly through our online appointment system when possible.

We discourage the use of cash.

Please rebook your appointments with your existing therapist at the end of the appointment or through our online system at a later date.

Please refrain from bringing children or relatives to your appointment if possible.

We understand some of you may feel uncomfortable with returning to our clinic at this time. We will continue to offer the Telehealth services and encourage you to reach out if you would like to try this option.

Derek graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a Masters of Physical Therapy (MPT) in 2014. He holds a Bachelors of Science in Biology from the University of Victoria graduating in 2011. He completed his Fellowship of Canadian Manipulative Physical Therapy (FCAMPT) in December 2019. He has a special interest in TMJ dysfunction, crainiofascial pain and cervical dysfunction. He is planning on taking coursework in dry needling in the future.

Derek is originally from British Columbia, but has made Regina home since graduating from the University of Saskatchewan in 2014. He has worked in orthopaedic private practice since living in Regina.

In his spare time he plays rugby with the Regina Condors RFC, as well as golfs, enjoys strength training and spending his time with his dog Romeo.

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Raeleen Kirkpatrick B.Sc.PT, CAFCI

Physiotherapist

Raeleen graduated from the U of S in 1991 with a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy, with great distinction. The first 8 years of her career were with the RQHR, working with both acute and rehabilitation clients. She moved to the private practice sector in 1999 and has been providing physiotherapy services in orthopaedics for both acute injuries and chronic conditions. She has taken many courses over her career to benefit her practice and her clients’ outcomes. She is Saskatchewan Spinal Pathway Certified. A special interest in pain management and pain science led her to become certified in acupuncture in 2009 (CAFCI) and she has since completed more advanced training for specific conditions. Raeleen believes that a collaborative, goal oriented approach between therapist and client is the best recipe for success in meeting your rehabilitation goals.

Raeleen Kirkpatrick B.Sc.PT, CAFCI Physiotherapist Raeleen graduated from the U of S in 1991 wi... Read More

Sean Lamb DC, B.Sc., B.Kin.

Chiropractor

Sean is a rehabilitation-based chiropractor who believes in addressing pain by analyzing movement and getting to the root cause of the injury. He conducts comprehensive assessments to develop personalized treatment plans that support immediate and sustained recovery. Sean was recruited from the renowned University of Western States in Portland,Oregon where he obtained both his bachelor of science and his doctorate of chiropractic. Sean also has a bachelor of kinesiology which serves as the foundational basis of his understanding and expertise in movement. To further enhance his skills in the rehabilitation field, Sean has completed over a dozen training seminars focused on rehabilitation and soft tissue therapy.

In his free time, Sean is actively involved in CrossFit and sports such as tennis, golf, and downhill skiing. Sean is excited to join the Stapleford team to provide the highest level of patient care alongside his respected team of colleagues.

Certifications

MDX-Framework (Myodetox)

Functional Range Release Upper Extremity

Owens Recovery Science PBFR

DNS Weightlifting/ Exercise 1

Clinical Neurodynamics Upper & Lower Extremity

Dr. McGill Building the Ultimate Back

RockTape FMT Blades

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Colin Lewry BPAS, MPT

Physiotherapist

Colin is a first generation Canadian whose parents moved to Canada from England in the mid-70’s. He grew up in Regina and attended high school at Campbell collegiate. An interest in training and exercise led to completion of a degree in Physical Activity Studies (kinesiology) at the University of Regina and he spent many years as a trainer and strength coach.

His experience in the fitness field led to a chance connection with a local non-profit organization called Hope’s Home where he worked for several years before being inspired to go back to school to get his degree in physical therapy from the U of S. He began his PT career at a private sports therapy clinic but eventually found his way back to Hope’s Home and now works there as the Provincial Manager of Therapies.

Colin enjoys the outdoors, spending time with his family and loves martial arts and strength sports. He is excited to be back doing some work in private practice and is particularly passionate about pediatrics and helping those with strength training related injuries continue to train while returning to full function.

Colin Lewry BPAS, MPT Physiotherapist Colin is a first generation Canadian whose parents moved ... Read More

Alison Matsyk B.Sc.PT, B.Sc., FCAMPT, Diploma Manipulative Therapy

Executive Partner & Physiotherapist

Alison convocated from U of S in 1998 with a Bachelor of Science in both Physiotherapy and Physiology, both with Great Distinction. Alison has always had a keen interest in manual therapy. She joined the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists as a resident in 2004 and became a fellow in 2007. Alison has always worked in an outpatient orthopaedic setting. She came to Stapleford Physiotherapy in February 2008. In addition to manual therapy, Alison has also taken numerous courses in neural mobilization, myofascial release, movement impairments syndromes and gait analysis. Her clinical interests include; back and neck injuries, running injuries and gait analysis.

When not at work, Alison enjoys spending time with her husband and two boys, keeping fit, travelling and reading.

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Ryley is a registered and licensed physiotherapist who graduated with a Masters in Physical Therapy from the University of Saskatchewan in 2016. Prior to this, in 2014, he graduated with a degree in Kinesiology with distinction. Ryley has experience working as a physiotherapist in a variety of areas including sports, post-operative orthopaedics, return to running programs and general rehabilitation of pain and injuries. In addition, Ryley specializes in Vestibular Therapy.

Ryley has taken Advanced Vestibular Therapy training through the Bernard Tonks Balance and Dizziness Rehabilitation Clinic. He has also taken training in treatment of acute and post concussion syndrome through R2P. He is working through training with the Orthopedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and has attained Level II certifications in both the upper and lower body. Ryley currently works with Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Jordan Buchko in the assessment of treatment of many of his patients.

In his spare time Ryley is an avid runner and sports fan. He also paddles with the popular local dragon boat team “Despicable Sea.” He also enjoys going for walks with his wife Kendall and energetic dog Maggie.

Ryley is next looking to continue his training in the Orthopedic level system and further training in treatment of sport and running related injuries.

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Matt is a registered and licensed physiotherapist who graduated with a Masters in Physical Therapy from the University of Saskatchewan in 2015. Prior to this, he graduated from the University of Regina with a degree in Kinesiology with great distinction in 2013. Matt has experience working as a physiotherapist with sport, post-surgical orthopedics, chronic pain, and general physical ailments.

He is a Functional Range Conditioning Mobility Specialist (FRCms) and is certified in Biomedical Dry Needling (BDN). He has attended seminars on strength training in the rehabilitation setting. He also has advanced training in manual and manipulative therapy as he works towards attaining his Advanced Diploma of Manual Therapy. Clinically, Matt’s interests lie in the areas of orthopedic rehabilitation, strength training, mobility training, injury prevention, and sport physiotherapy.

Matt is proud to be part of the Stapleford team and to work alongside his admirable colleagues in creating the highest level of patient care.

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