Alexandrea Murray MPT
A native of Miami, Alex grew up in the country and developed a passion for the outdoors and competitive downhill skiing. Traveling and racing for the provincial team led her to experience many of her own physical Injuries. Through her own rehabilitation journey Alex developed an interest in the human body, exercise and the field of Physiotherapy. Alex achieved her Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology along with a Master of Physical Therapy from the University of Manitoba. We’ve had the pleasure of getting to know Alex over the past 2 years as she completed clinical placements at both our Morden & Carman locations, and we are so excited to see her thrive professionally in her home community!
Tim Shantz CAT (C) B.E.S.S., CPT
Certified Athletic Therapist
You may not find a therapist more giving of his personal time in Southern MB than Tim. He spends countless hours with many MJHL, AAA and youth sports teams in the area and we are proud to have him on the bench at the Esso Cup. Tim is a Certified Personal Trainer through CSEP, is Certified in Soft Tissue Release (STR), and is a NCCP level 1 Weight Lifting Coach. He also utilizes massage and manual therapy, functional movement screens and exercise prescription to help get you active and moving again at any age!
Ashley Froese DPT
A former member of the Canadian Junior National Softball Team, NCAA Division I athlete at Florida International University, and Canadian National Champion, Ashley graduated with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of North Dakota in 2012. She has well over 10 years of academic experience spanning across Canada and the United States. Her orthopaedic background combines various manual therapies, thorough education and exercise prescription. She considers herself a very hands on therapist with a passion for keeping active in the profession through volunteering with the College of Physiotherapists of Manitoba (CPM). She recently completed a 3 year term on the Council for CPM where she served in various roles including Vice Chair. Ashley is now the Chair for the Concussion Committee aimed to develop practice standards for Physiotherapists in Manitoba. Growing up in the farming community of Snowflake, when Ashley returned home to Manitoba she decided that it was time to increase service and accessibility for all patients of any age in rural southern Manitoba. This drove her passion to continue to seek further education. Ashley has years of experience in the areas of Acupuncture, Dry Needling, Intro & Advanced Vestibular Therapy (Balance & Vertigo), and has completed Levels 1, 2A, 2B & Capstone (Advanced) Certificates through the Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute as well as various other courses in Women's Health & Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy including Pelvic Pain, Bladder Pain Syndrome, Pre and Post Natal, Prolapse, Pediatric Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, and more.