Param Singh Physiotherapist and Clinic Owner
An excellent education, a wealth of experience and an analytical mindset are the qualities that distinguish Param Singh as a physiotherapist and clinic owner.
He obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy in 2012 and spent the next year working within the hospital system in Northern India to develop a broad understanding of such diverse areas as stroke rehabilitation, acute care orthopedics and medicine, Intensive Care Unit challenges, geriatrics and sports injury rehabilitation.
Since 2015, he has been continually advancing his knowledge base with ongoing coursework in dry needling, acupuncture, manual therapy, laser therapy, vestibular rehabilitation and whiplash injury management.
He has obtained multiple levels of certification in a variety of laser therapy courses including BioFlex and K-Laser USA.
He earned his Acupuncture Level 1 credentials from the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute and his manual therapy courses included Mulligan Techniques and the level orthopedic courses organized by the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
In his approach to his practice, Param’s focus is unwaveringly on the needs of his patients. He helps each person to set reachable goals and gives them guidance on how to achieve them.
He has found that he achieves the best outcomes when treatment is focused on education and exercise, and often augmented by manual therapy, dry needling and acupuncture.
It’s often said that active people make the best physiotherapists and Param is highly qualified in that regard. He grew up focused on team sports, especially polo, volleyball and cricket.
When it comes to working with clients, Param is thorough and engaged. He rises to difficult diagnostic challenges and has great success in treating chronic stiff necks, shoulder injuries, trochanteric bursitis and iliotibial (IT) band syndrome.
While he considers himself a generalist at heart, his sport background helps him be particularly effective in patients suffering from shoulder, back or neck injuries.
Param Singh practices at Cold Lake Physiotherapy Clinic located at Unit C, 5412 55th Street, Cold Lake, AB, T9M 1R5 and IMPACT Health Bonnyville located at 101, 5001 49 Avenue, Bonnyville.
He is accepting new patients. To book an appointment with Param, please call 780-594-2083 (Cold Lake) or 780-812-3093 (Bonnyville).
Musarraf Quraishi Physiotherapist and Clinic Owner
Musarraf Quraishi is a registered physiotherapist with specific training and a distinguished reputation in the management and treatment of incontinence, chronic pelvic pain, pelvic organ prolapse, constipation, and the pregnant and postpartum pelvis.
She is also specially trained to assist patients with treatment of pelvic floor, abdominal, uro-gynecological and lumbopelvic dysfunctions.
She earned her Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree from RGUHS India in 2012 and her Diploma in Health, Wellness and Fitness Promotion from Mohawk College in 2014.
Her passion for work in the field of women’s health developed while she was working at PCN Calgary. After taking post graduate courses in pelvic floor rehabilitation, she sought the training of medical acupuncture and is now a Certified Acupuncture Practitioner. She also spent time working at the renowned Multidisciplinary Clinic in Fort McMurray, AB.
A continual learner, in addition to the other credentials mentioned Musarraf is a Pelvic Physiotherapist, a Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist Level 3, specially trained in uro-gynecology and lumbopelvic health, a Certified Dry Needling Practitioner, a trained exercise physiologist, trained in whiplash injury rehabilitation by APTEI, a certified vestibular rehabilitation practitioner, an accredited physiotherapy provider for Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) Alberta, a K-laser certified practitioner, a certified health, wellness and fitness practitioner and a CSEP-CPT practitioner.
The conditions she has acquired an impressive reputation in treating include bowel and bladder incontinence for both men and women, pelvic organ prolapse, vaginal pain and vaginismus (provoked or unprovoked vulvar vestibulodynia or vulvodynia), male genital and pelvic pain, constipation, defecation dyssynergia, pelvic girdle pain (sacroiliac and/or symphysis pubis pain), low back pain, core stabilization, pre-natal and post-natal care, diastasis rectus abdominus, coccydynia, mastitis (blocked milk ducts), and post-operative pelvic floor recovery and rehabilitation.
Musarraf Quraishi practices at Cold Lake Physiotherapy Clinic located at Unit C, 5412 55th Street, Cold Lake, AB, T9M 1R5 and IMPACT Health Bonnyville located at 101, 5001 49 Avenue, Bonnyville.
Musarraf is accepting new patients. To book an appointment with her, please call her at 780-594-2083, Cold Lake or 780-812-3093, Bonnyville.
Dr. Amanda Stacey Chiropractor
Dr. Amanda Stacey graduated from the University of Guelph with a Bachelor of Human Kinetics degree.
It was at that stage of her life that she became aware of the benefits of chiropractic treatment. She needed treatment for back pain brought on by a sedentary student lifestyle.
“Having been a patient myself I can attest to how chiropractic care can improve comfort and quality of life,” she says.
Shortly after gaining her first degree, she pursued a career in chiropractic, earning her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from the Canadian Memoria Chiropractic College in 2014.
Dr. Stacey is a neuromuscular skeletal expert and is committed to helping all of her patients reduce pain, prevent injuries, and achieve their optimum level of health and wellness.
She recently moved to the Cold Lake area and is excited to offer family and women’s care.
She uses a number of techniques and tools including but not limited to diversified manual adjustments, activator, Thompson technique, and muscle release therapy.
She is also an experienced and certified provider of clinical acupuncture and orthotics.
Dr. Stacey has experience treating people of all ages and fitness levels. Some conditions she treats include: spinal health and alignment, headaches, back pain, neck pain, pregnancy pain, sprain and strains, plantar fasciitis, arthritis, and tendonitis.
In her spare time, Dr. Stacey enjoys staying active and working with youth in the Cadet program.
Shanisse Charlton Registered Massage Therapist
Bonnyville and Cold Lake, AB
Shanisse Charlton was born and raised in Bonnyville. She left for 2 years after she graduated from high school to become a personal fitness trainer in which she attended at NAIT. In 2017 Shanisse went back to school to pursue her career to become a massage therapist, she recently graduated at ACMT and is now a registered massage therapist and has her full 2220 hours.
Shanisse's goal is to help better the lives of her clients through progressive therapy that is individualized to them. She is very excited to continue to learn and grow with her clients as her journey progresses through her two passions massage and fitness.
Shanisse loves specializing in therapeutic and relaxation massages. She is not done learning and wants more certificates underneath her to specialize in each individual person she comes in contact with. Her next step is learning the tools and strategies to implement prenatal and cupping, her goal is each year to continue her education so her clients can benefit as much as she is.
Larissa Hrynyk Registered Massage Therapist
Bonnyville and Cold Lake, AB
Larissa Hrynyk, a registered massage therapist, offers relaxation massage, a style of massage that is a combination of therapeutic touch and relaxing bodywork.
Larissa, who studied at the Northern Institute of Massage Therapy, enjoys clients who are new to massage as she feels one of her strengths and skills is reducing any apprenhension or anxiety a new client may feel about massage therapy or their first massage.
She has vast knowledge when it comes to listening to the body and she is attentive to each client, helping them reach their goal whether it is to reduce pain or just simply relax and reduce stress.
Joy Tremblay Physiotherapist
St. Paul, AB
Joy graduated from University of Alberta with distinction in 1981, working first in Regina, Saskatchewan and then Victoria, British Columbia before returning to Alberta in 1989. She has worked throughout the Lakeland area since that time, moving to St. Paul in 1994.
Joy chose physiotherapy because of an interest in Sports Physiotherapy. While having had the pleasure of working with numerous teams over the years and covering events from the provincial to international stage as part of the medical team, she is equally proud of the years spent with a specialized geriatric rehabilitation team.
Joy has also obtained certification in both acupuncture and trigger point dry needling.
Nimesh Darji Physiotherapist
St. Paul, AB
Nimesh graduated with a bachelor's degree in Physiotherapy and has completed fitness training courses from Humber college. Nimesh has spent a lot of his time as a volunteer with verious athletic organizations. He aims to broaden his practice by pursuing education in spinal manipulation, dry needling and vestibular rehabilitation.
Nimesh believes in an active approach to rehabilitation to help his patients achieve their goals. In his spare time he loves to travel and explore nature and outdoors, especially through camping trips.