Karyn has demonstrated a commitment to life-long learning and professional development throughout her career as a physical therapist, through which she developed an interest teaching and instructing others. Karyn has considerable experience in dry needling instruction throughout North America over the past 10 years, working with both smaller and larger groups. Whether during the group classroom time or small group instructional sessions, one of Karyn’s primary teaching goals is to ensure that every student receives the individual support that they need to be successful outside of the classroom setting.
Karyn has both an Undergraduate and Masters Degrees in Physiotherapy and has spent over 20 years practising as a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist. She is a certified Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) practitioner and a fellow of the Canadian Association of Manipulative Therapists. Throughout her career she has developed specialized skills in the accurate assessment and treatment of both spinal and peripheral conditions.
Tisha Evison, MPT, BScKin
Tisha wants to live in a world where pain is a myth, ligament tears and bone breaks are a figment of someone’s imagination, and she can control the weather for year around recreational gains. As an Australian trained physiotherapist, she can tackle any joint, but has a specific interest in the shoulder, jaw and concussion. Tisha’s continuing education has gained her qualifications in dry needling and manipulative therapy, and an interest in sensorimotor rehabilitation.
When she’s not treating or teaching, you will find Tisha golfing, playing soccer and volleyball, skiing, mountain biking and recovering from her own series of life crushing, pain producing, frustration generating injuries. She views the injuries participating in the activities she loves as character building and invaluable sources of empathy, experience and knowledge.