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.
Tyson grew up in Smithers, BC and moved to Prince George to participate in the Pro Touch Soccer Academy. He studied at UNBC while playing for the varsity soccer team from 2008 to 2011. While there he discovered that physiotherapy was the right career path for him. He moved to Manchester, England to support the Reds and study physiotherapy at Manchester Metropolitan University, and was awarded Student of the Year for his cohort and a BSc (Honors) in physiotherapy. Tyson has provided physiotherapy for the England 7’s Rugby Team and provided treatment to sport scholar and commonwealth athletes while in Manchester; he currently provides treatments for the UNBC Timberwolves varsity teams. He is trained in manual therapy and functional dry needling. He enjoys many different sports and outdoor activities, such as martial arts, golf and soccer, downhill and cross-country skiing, mountain biking, and hiking.