Darryl has been working as a physiotherapist in private practice in Brandon since graduating from the University of Manitoba in 1995. Darryl opened Dynamic Physiotherapy in 2005 at a small down town clinic, and says it has been a challenging and rewarding experience to see it grow to its present size and current location. Darryl attributes Dynamic’s present success to a great and committed staff, united in their desire to offer patients a professional, friendly and motivating experience while under Dynamic’s care.
Realizing its importance to practice what one preaches, in most of his free time Darryl can be found swimming laps, cycling and running endless kms in his pursuit of his constantly evolving triathlon goals.
BSc PT, CPMA
Bobbi was born and raised in the Brandon area, leaving to attend the University of Alberta where she graduated in 1999 with her Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy. Bobbi has always had a keen interest in the mechanics of human movement, including both injury rehabilitation and sport performance. She has combined these two interests into her practice, taking regular training courses and using therapeutic exercise and restoration of movement as the foundation of her treatments. Regardless of age, vocation or type of injury, Bobbi enjoys working with each of her clients to help them achieve optimal recovery. Bobbi leads by example, pursuing an active life style through various team sports and individual training options. Bobbi is a firm believer in balance and prioritizing the most valuable things in life; family, close friends and faith are all integral components that when combined with work, have created the perfect combination for Bobbi.
Bobbi is also the founder of Outperforme Athletics, a local strength and conditioning business that began as a hobby. Outperforme was created to assist local athletes achieve their sport performance goals by being in top physical condition. Outperforme has been steadily growing, and continues to work with some of Westman’s finest athletes including professional (NHL/AHL/European), amateur (Canadian National Team Members/WHL/Team MB/MJHL) and recreational athletes. Outperforme’s clients are of all ages and levels and also includes individuals that may not be actively competing in sport, but are interested in making their health a priority.
BSc, BMR PT
Drayson is a “Brandon boy” who has been quite involved in the community and local sporting scene for many years. He attended Brandon University, graduating with a Bachelor of Science in 1995. He then completed his Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation in Physical Therapy at the University of Manitoba in 1998. Since then, Drayson has gained a wealth of experience in the field working in such places as the United States and as a physiotherapist at CFB Shilo Base Hospital.
Drayson thoroughly enjoys his chosen profession as it allows him to meet new people almost everyday.
He is committed to helping people feel better and achieve their rehabilitation goals, by taking an active, individualized approach to each client’s condition. As all Dynamic physiotherapists are, he is devoted to continuing education and expanding his treatment techniques and approaches.
Drayson is a proud husband and father of two children. He is excited to enter the coaching world, as his daughter and son begin their sporting careers. When he is not spending time with his family, Drayson enjoys hockey, basketball, golf and spending time at the lake. Occasionally, he enjoys using his average carpenter skills building his cabin, and running…..but not always!
Cameron graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Master in Physical Therapy in 2014 and is excited to be working at Dynamic Physiotherapy.
Cameron previously worked as an athletic therapist. He graduated from the University of Manitoba with a major in athletic therapy in 2006. Over the next 6 years, he had the opportunity to gain experience with various sports teams including the New York Rangers, Winnipeg Goldeyes, Manitoba Moose, Brandon Wheat Kings, Team Canada Men’s Volleyball, Waywayseecappo Wolverines, and numerous other community teams. After much thought, Cameron decided he would like to gain more knowledge in the field of rehabilitation and entered physical therapy.
Cameron was born and raised in Hamiota, Manitoba. In his spare time, he enjoys playing baseball, hockey, golf, and attending the numerous sporting events in the surrounding area.
Steve is a Brandon native. He graduated in 2017 with a Master of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Manitoba. Before entering the Physical Therapy program, Steve graduated from Brandon University with Bachelor of Science, majoring in biology.
Steve plans to continue his knowledge of physical therapy by taking post-graduate courses in manual therapy, acupuncture, and concussion management. He believes in pairing manual therapy along with exercise to achieve client goals. He likes to work with athletes and the general public.
In his free time, Steve enjoys mountain biking, road biking, running, skating, snowboarding, and spending time outdoors. He is excited to be working at Dynamic Physiotherapy and looks forward to giving back to the community.
Lindsay grew up in the small town of Ste. Rose, Manitoba. A life-long passion for sport brought her to York University as a student athlete with the Varsity Womens Hockey Team. She graduated in 2015 with a BSc Honors Degree in Kinesiology. Following her undergraduate degree Lindsay travelled to Europe to complete her dream of playing hockey overseas. Upon returning to Canada she attended the University of Manitoba and graduated in 2018 with a Master of Physical Therapy degree.
A career in Physical Therapy combines Lindsay’s passions for helping others, science, physical activity and sport. She is working towards her Sport Physiotherapy Diploma and has volunteered as the therapist for both the Bantam and Midget AAA Wheat Kings programs. In her spare time, she enjoys running, yoga, snowboarding, golfing and spending time with family and friends.
Lindsay believes in a holistic approach to physiotherapy. She has recently completed three courses in pelvic floor physiotherapy through Uro Sante including female urinary incontinence, male urinary incontinence and dyspareunia (pelvic pain). Most recently, she has completed her certification in acupuncture. She is excited to be a part of the Dynamic family and to help clients achieve their goals.
Amanda grew up in southern Manitoba and enjoyed many hours playing and coaching various sports. She went on to play volleyball and basketball at Providence University College where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts and TESOL certification in 2013. She then attended the University of Manitoba and graduated with her Master’s of Physical Therapy in 2015.
Until now Amanda has worked in orthopaedic and sports physiotherapy, women’s health, and rehabilitation for stroke and brain injury. She combines her knowledge of the human body and experience as an active individual with hands-on clinical skills to assess and treat symptoms of injury, illness, and/or disability. Amanda believes that physiotherapy treatments combined with physical activity are very effective for injury prevention and rehabilitation.
Amanda has completed post-graduate level two upper and lower quadrant orthopaedic courses and exams. She has completed courses on acupuncture, K-taping, the thoracic region and low back pain. She has attended seminars on foot and ankle biomechanics as well. Amanda plans to continue to pursue ongoing education.
In her spare time Amanda continues to enjoy playing co-ed and women’s volleyball, as well as beach volleyball, ultimate frisbee and spikeball in the summer. She also enjoys running, snowboarding, camping and spending time with family and friends.
Breanne was born and raised right here in Brandon. She recently graduated from Robertson College Brandon in January 2018. After spending 4 years as a full-time physiotherapy assistant, Breanne decided she wanted to pursue massage therapy and applied to Robertson. She is looking forward to putting all of the information and techniques she’s learned over the last two years into creating effective treatment plans individualized to each client’s needs. Breanne also wants to play a part in the overall education of the community as to how beneficial massage therapy can be for all kinds of conditions and ailments both physical and mental.
She looks forward to continuing her education and always finding ways to be more effective and an overall better therapist for the community she has grown up in.
Kelsey has been a full-time Registered Massage Therapist since graduating from Robertson College Brandon in 2016. For the past year she has been avidly treating a wide variety of clientele and injuries, from athletes to chronic conditions. Integrating Swedish massage techniques with stretching, and range of motion, Kelsey is always looking to expand her knowledge and find a treatment plan that works best for each individual. She enjoys treating athletic injuries, TMJ through intraoral massage, and low back and pelvic injuries which includes pre and postnatal massage. Committed to the well-being of her clients she believes in symmetry in life, from mental, and physical health to exercise and friends and family.
Originally from Southern Manitoba and a farm girl, She has been living in Brandon since 2014 completing a year of general studies at Brandon University before her diploma of Massage Therapy. She often spends her free time at the gym, reading or doing research on new techniques to help her current and future clients. Though she still visits the farm and misses the quiet of the country, she enjoys the diversity of clientele and giving back to the community of Brandon.
Geoffrey comes to Dynamic Physiotherapy after graduation in early January 2019. At Robertson College, Geoff achieved the grade average required for a diploma with distinction. While he may be the newest therapist, he more than makes up for it in personal experience with massage therapy and additional post secondary education.
Geoff served 6 years in the Canadian Armed Forces, Infantry, proudly serving the country and accumulating injuries that he sought relief from via massage therapy. Following his release from the military, Geoff opened the first CrossFit gym in Brandon. At the same time, he attended the University of Brandon (Degree on going) with the intention of being an athletic therapist. That goal was modified when he and his wife, Anna, had their daughter, and shortly after, their son.
As a member of the Massage Therapy Association of Manitoba, Geoff approaches his patient’s treatment with a caring dedication, empathy and a devotion to ever increase his knowledge of massage therapy theory and practice.
In his free time, you can find Geoff rough housing with his 4 and 2-year-old kids, Olympic style weightlifting at 5:30am in Outperforme Athletics, or following science stories on twitter.