Craig Hodkinson, BMR (PT), BPE
Craig was born and raised in St. James (Winnipeg, Manitoba) and graduated from Westwood high school in 1994. He began his university career that fall at the University of Manitoba. Craig completed his Bachelor of Physical Education in 1998 and was accepted into the School of Medical Rehabilitation that same year at the University of Manitoba.
Craig began his physiotherapy career in July of 2001 at the Grace Hospital. After six months he travelled to Australia to travel and work. Craig worked as a physiotherapist in Alice Springs, Australia for four months as an in and out-patient therapist. He returned to Winnipeg, Manitoba in the fall of 2002 and began working in a private physiotherapy clinic in Stonewall, Manitoba. Craig worked there for almost eight years before becoming the co-owner and primary therapist at East St. Paul Physiotherapy.
Craig volunteers annually at events such as the Physio Fit Run.
Kristy Blain, BMR (PT)
Kristy was born and raised in North Kildonan and graduated from River East Collegiate in 1995. She began her university career at the University of Winnipeg before being accepted into the Faculty of Physiotherapy. She graduated from the University of Manitoba with her Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation – Physical Therapy in 1999. Upon graduation she worked at Seven Oaks Hospital in both inpatient and outpatient capacities. Since the fall of 1999 she has worked at a private practice physiotherapy clinic in North Kildonan.
In 2000, Kristy was able to start performing acupuncture after completing all the necessary curriculum and examinations through the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada and has pursued post graduate courses through the Orthopaedic Division of Manitoba.
Kristy currently lives in North Kildonan with her husband and two young sons. She enjoys vacationing with her family and spending time in the Whiteshell with friends and family in the summer. She also likes to make time for volunteer opportunities with her sons school and their sporting teams.
Danielle Bially MPT, BA-Kin
Danielle graduated with her Masters of Physical Therapy from the University of Manitoba in 2016. Prior to this she received her Bachelor degree majoring in Kinesiology from the University of Winnipeg in 2014.
Danielle has always been an active individual, and realized her passion for physiotherapy at a fairly young age after pursuing many years of competitive gymnastics. With many overuse and sport injuries under her belt she has developed a keen interest in exercise prescription and lifestyle modification to help return to function and sport.
When not treating clients in the clinic, she can be found exploring parks and trails around the province, practicing yoga, going to the gym and enjoying time with friends and family.
Danielle is very dedicated to the profession of physiotherapy. She believes that no two injuries are exactly alike and will take the time to customize treatment to ensure each clients individual needs & goals are achieved. She is enthusiastic, personable and loves the problem-solving component of being a physiotherapist. Danielle loves seeing clients accomplish their goals & the positive impact physiotherapy can have on one’s quality of life.Danielle will be joining our team at East St. Paul as a physiotherapist.
Megan Miller, RMT
Megan graduated from Stonewall Collegiate Institute in 2010. Shortly after she moved to Selkirk, Manitoba, where she spent many years in the customer service industry. This is where she realized her passion for working with the people.
After experiencing an injury firsthand and feeling the positive effects of massage therapy, she decided to enroll in a massage therapy program in 2015. Megan graduated from Robertson College in June 2017 with honours and began her career.
Megan has volunteered her time at Siloam Mission, Walk for Arthritis,and Nine Circles and looks forward to continuing to do so. In her spare time, you can usually find Megan fishing, camping, or attending concerts with her friends and family or working on home renovations.
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