Davis Rodrigues was trained in Manchester, England, and specializes in manual therapy, intramuscular stimulation (IMS), shockwave and the treatment of sports injuries. He has provided physio for professional soccer teams in England and Norway, the professional Wigwam Warriors rugby team and the national Alpine ski team. Davis also has a special interest in pediatrics.
Diane was born and raised in Vanderhoof, BC. She earned her MScPT from the University of Alberta in 2007 after completing a BSc in Exercise and Health Physiology at the University of Calgary. Diane is also certified by the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute and enjoys incorporating acupuncture into her practice. Diane has spent her physiotherapy career working in private practice in the cities of Edmonton, Fort McMurray, Prince George, and Wollongong, Australia. She enjoys her time away from work, keeping active and spending time outdoors with her husband, her two children and her dogs.
Born and raised in Prince George, Natasha moved to California to play Division 1 basketball at San Jose State University – Sacramento, graduating at the top of her class. She worked for 2 years at the Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula on the post-surgical and step-down ICU floors before returning home to Prince George. Natasha has provided physiotherapy to the UNBC varsity teams and can often be found in the community and at Duchess Park Secondary School, coaching and playing basketball. She is licensed in functional dry needling and is trained in manual therapy and the treatment of sports injuries.
Justin was born and raised in Prince George, BC. He completed his Bachelor of Kinesiology in 2017 and his Master of Physical Therapy in 2020, both from the University of British Columbia. Growing up, Justin played competitive hockey, which led to various injuries and subsequent rehabilitation.
Throughout his rehab journey, he developed a passion for the human body, including how it moves and heals. This ultimately led him to pursue an education in physiotherapy. Justin is passionate about providing physiotherapy services through the use of exercise therapy, manual therapy and client education. When not working, Justin can be found at the gym, golfing, skiing or spending time with friends and family.
Andrew graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2008 with his Bachelor of Kinesiology degree and major in Athletic Therapy. He has also obtained his Massage Therapy Diploma from MH Vicars School of Massage Therapy in June 2022. Andrew is a Registered Massage Therapist and Certified Athletic Therapist.
Andrew's extensive field background includes working within both professional and amateur level sports from the NHL, UFC, CIS Football and other athletic organizations. His past clinical experience took place in Kelowna working with both work and sport related injuries. In his spare time Andrew enjoys time spent with his wife and two children and continuing to learn and train in Jui Jitsu.