CARRIE SHYNKARYK, BMR-PT, B. KIN.
Partner and Physiotherapist
Carrie graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2013 and has spent the majority of her career working with children in schools. She is particularly interested in development from ages 2-6 but enjoys working with children of all ages and even young adults. Carrie likes to work with families and children with very complex needs and problem solving is one of her favorite parts of physiotherapy. She is married to a teacher, has 2 rescue dogs and enjoys camping and staying active!
CHELSEA SCHELLER, MPT, B.SC.
Chelsea completed her Bachelor of Science and graduated with her Master of Physical Therapy (2020) from the University of Manitoba. She is currently working on a Master of Science looking at gross movement skills in women and how they relate to physical activity participation.
She has spent the last two years working with children in remote communities in Manitoba and will now be working with children in Nunavut.
In her free time she enjoy reading, being active in the gym, walking her dogs, or spending time with her family watching her husband play sports.
SARAH MCLEOD, M.SC.P.T.
Sarah grew up in Prince Edward Island, and got her Masters of Science (Applied) in Physiotherapy from McGill University in 2020. From her time living and working in Quebec, she is comfortable providing services in English and French. Since moving to Winnipeg with her fiancé and their cat in early 2021, she has spent most of her career working with children in remote communities in Manitoba. She is especially interested in helping infants and toddlers reach their full potential, and loves making therapy fun for kids of all ages.
In her free time, Sarah enjoys running, knitting, and exploring the great camping and hiking that Manitoba has to offer.
NICOLE CARSWELL, MPT
Nicole was born and raised in Winnipeg, MB. She completed her Bachelors in Kinesiology at the University of Manitoba while playing hockey for the Bison Womens Hockey team. She graduated with her Masters in Physical Therapy from the University of Manitoba in 2021.
Nicole has worked both in private and public practice helping children and adults recover from injuries and achieve their goals. She has a special interest in treating infants with plagiocephaly and torticollis and in helping children master their gross motor milestones.
When Nicole is not working, you can find her coaching hockey, going for runs, and spending time outdoors with friends and family.