Scott Allan President / Partner BMR-PT
Scott holds the position of President of the inMotion Network. He devotes his time to managing the operations of the clinics and at times will continue with patient care as needed. He often can be found driving between the clinics, facilitating staff and business development meetings while enjoying a Timmies and asking "Kyla why?"
Scott graduated from the University of Manitoba in 1987. Since graduation Scott has continued his pursuit of knowledge with extensive post graduate studies in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. While playing Junior Hockey with the St. James Canadians, Scott was introduced to physiotherapy as a patient. Now Scott is able to return that first hand experience back to his patients.
Scott's professional interests are diverse. He enjoys treating post surgical conditions and has a specialized interest in knee injuries and hip replacements, not only as a physiotherapist but as a patient as well. His involvement in sports physiotherapy ranges from his grass roots experience as a trainer with hockey and football, a therapist at two Canada Games to coordinating the medical needs for the Baseball venues at the 1999 Pan Am Games.
Stephanie Roberecki Partner / Physiotherapist BMR-PT
Stephanie has enjoyed many varied experiences as a physiotherapist since graduation from the University of Manitoba in 1986. These includes; induction into the Manitoba Runners Association as a builder in 2016; Race Director of the Physio Fit Run since 1991; presenting at seminars for The Running Room, City Park Runners, MEC, Triathlon Clubs, Joints In Motion, Manitoba Hydro, Canadian Pacific Railway regarding injury prevention, stretching exercises, office ergonomics; 10km clinic instructor for The Running Room, five years as a trainer for Winnipeg Hawkeyes Junior Football club, volunteer for numerous sporting events at all levels including Canada Games and Western Canada Summer Games, medical coordinator for the cycling venues 1999 Pan American Games; Chairperson Physiotherapy Alliance and Sport Physiotherapy Division Manitoba Branch. Academically she holds a Sport Physiotherapy Canada Certificate Level. Numerous courses identified by the Canadian Physiotherapy Orthopaedic Division, Sports Physiotherapy Division, Canadian Physiotherapy Association have been utilized to increase her knowledge base. She was awarded the Lenore Saunders Award in 2007 to recognize contribution to the profession. Special interests include the treatment of running injuries due to her extensive athletic background, including full marathons, half marathons, triathlons and Ironman Canada in 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2014. In 2015 Stephanie Roberecki ran the Boston Marathon which was a lifelong dream come true! An avid mountain bike enthusiast and recreational downhill skier, it is realized that injuries are in fact a part of an active lifestyle!! Life is meant to be lived and Stephanie will do her best to keep you moving.
Scott Allan and Stephanie Roberecki opened Quarry Physiotherapy in Stonewall in 1994. The clinic has grown significantly since then and continues to grow. The clinics in Gimli and Arborg were added to provide more comprehensive patient care to the Interlake. Service excellence is the desired result of the countless hours of dedication to the businesses. Stephanie is actively involved with the Interlake Clinics in marketing and promotion capacity!
Sherry Scott Partner / Physiotherapist BMR-PT
Soon after her 1989 graduation from R.D. Parker Collegiate in Thompson, Manitoba, Sherry moved to Winnipeg, in which she has continues to live and call home. Initial achievement of her certificate in Medical Radiological Technology, with Medical Laboratory Assistant, introduced Sherry to the hospital and medical system. Experience and knowledge acquired in both acute and chronic care settings spurred Sherry to expand her focus and explore the primary care giver role.
Sherry returned to school to graduate from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor Degree in Medical Rehabilitation in 2003 and has since pursued her interest of musculoskeletal rehabilitation in both the hospital and private clinic setting. Sherry currently works in a clinic where she manages a full case load and diverse clientele which can range from individuals involved in motor vehicle accidents or injured on the job, to runners and athletes, as well as individuals suffering from both acute and chronic injuries. Sherry actively strives to further her knowledge and continuing education having completed numerous courses that include management courses through U of W, manual therapy levels through the Orthopaedic division, and has also achieved certification in acupuncture through the International Foundation to mention a few. In her spare time Sherry can be found teaching a clinic at the Running Room with her partner Stephanie Roberecki or out for a jog in the park.
Scott Allan President / Partner
Stephanie Roberecki Partner / Physiotherapist
Sherry Scott Partner / Physiotherapist
Riley Jasper Physiotherapist MPT
Riley graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2015 receiving his Masters of Physical Therapy Degree. He also graduated from the University of Winnipeg, where he completed a Bachelor Degree in the study of Kinesiology & Applied Health. He is a motivated individual who has a strong passion for manual therapy. Riley plans on expanding his knowledge by taking further advanced manual therapy courses and recently received certification in acupuncture to better serve his patients.
Outside of work, he enjoys staying active by playing hockey, golf, baseball, snowboarding, and going to the gym. He also enjoys volunteering and spending time with family and friends.
Emily Sobering Physiotherapist MPT
Emily graduated in 2014 from the University of Manitoba Masters of Physical Therapy program. She joined Quarry physiotherapy in the Fall of 2014 and worked out of the Arborg and Gimli clinics before starting at Sage Creek.
Emily has a strong interest in Manual Therapy, Orthopedics, and Sport Rehabilitation. Emily spent many years as a certified personal trainer prior to becoming a physiotherapist and believes strongly in the power of exercise as a part of a strong rehabilitation program. She has taken her Acupuncture certification in 2014, and continues to take courses on Manual therapy techniques, Soft Tissue Release and will be working towards her Orthopedic levels in the coming years.
In her spare time Emily is an avid half and full Marathon runner who tries to volunteer her time at race events she is not herself competing in and spent some time as the trainer for a local Winnipeg hockey team.
Leslie Roer Physiotherapist BMR-PT
Leslie graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2009 and has been a member of the Quarry Physiotherapy team since November 2010 and will be transitioning to Sage Creek. She has specialized in treating people with Pelvic Floor Dysfunction. She treats women and men with bladder and bowel control problems and pelvic pain. A very sensitive and private topic, but a very rewarding area when treatment is implemented successfully. It is her privilege and joy to help people regain their quality of life and return to the activities they love. Leslie is a small town country girl born and raised in Manitoba. She is very passionate about the physiotherapy profession. She thrives on helping her patients achieve their goals and reach their maximum potential through rehabilitation. Outside of work she enjoys traveling and all outdoor activates including cycling, hiking, cross country skiing, camping, and horseback riding.
Shayla Moore Physiotherapist B.Sc., BMR (PT)
After practicing in Charleswood for 14 years, Shayla joined our team of physiotherapists in 2010. She has completed continuing education courses in acupuncture, extensive joint and muscle therapy, and specific exercise training. In 1999 she achieved a Certificate in Sports physical therapy. Shayla has volunteered countless hours treating athletes at the Pan Am Games, World Curling, Canadian Figure Skating Championships, and Women’s World Hockey.
Together with the expertise of a dentist, orthodontist and other related oral specialists, Shayla can provide treatment of TMJ (jaw) dysfunction.
In 2010, Shayla sought training in Vestibular Rehabilitation, the assessment and treatment of inner ear dysfunction, vertigo, and dizziness. In 2016, she completed a Vestibular Competency Course at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. At this course she had the opportunity to learn from some of the foremost teachers and researchers with physiotherapists from around the world. A customized program of in-clinic and home exercises aims to reduce symptoms of dizziness, improve balance and reduce the risk of falls.
Riley Jasper Physiotherapist
Emily Sobering Physiotherapist
Leslie Roer Physiotherapist
Shayla Moore Physiotherapist
Teresa Anderson Massage Therapist REM-MT
Teresa joined the inMotion team in October of 2018 treating clients at our Quarry location in Stonewall as well as the Sage Creek clinic.
Chris Millard Massage Therapist RMT
Chris graduated from the Massage Therapy College of Manitoba in 2008. He owned and operated his own clinic for 5 years. He currently supervises the student massage clinic and various student outreaches at Robertson College.
Throughout his years in practice he has treated marathon runners, triathletes, ultra-runners and weekend warriors. He has worked with athletes at all levels- Professional and amateur. Chris has training in kinesio taping, cupping and IASTM. He is currently pursuing certification in Sport Massage and is a member of the Canadian Sport Massage Therapist Association.
For the past two years, he has been volunteering with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers Football Club with their research study on Efficacy of massage Protocol as part of muscle recovery. Chris was also part of the Massage/Medical team at the recent Canada Summer Games
In 2017 he was the recipient of the Merit Award of Excellence by the Massage Therapy Association of Manitoba.
When he is not working, he enjoys scuba diving, obstacle course racing, winter fat biking (tires are twice the width and mainly off road) and running.
Teresa Anderson Massage Therapist
Chris Millard Massage Therapist
Ashley Lund Athletic Therapist CATC BSc.
Ashley Lund graduated in June of 2016 with a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Winnipeg in Kinesiology and Applied Health. Ashley certified as an Athletic Therapist in June of 2017 and started at Sage Creek Physiotherapy September of 2017.
Her keen interest in sports has driven her career and continued involvement with multiple teams including soccer, basketball, football, rugby and hockey. For the past three years she has proudly been the Athletic Therapist for the MMJHL St. James Canucks Hockey team and this past year she worked with the Assassins Rugby Club. In her clinical practice she utilizes exercises to provide better mobility, strength and endurance to achieve rehabilitation goals for her patients. She often combines the use of massage, cupping, ultrasound, electrical modalities and manual traction to achieve treatment goals dependent on individual injuries.
Ashley Lund Athletic Therapist
Dr.Christa Mason Sports Medicine Physician M.D.
Dr. Mason did her medical training at the University of Manitoba. She began her clinical career in sports medicine, and then expanded to include family medicine. He practice then evolved into an interest in occupational and workplace injuries, where she has spent the past 16 years working in these fields.
She is now returning to clinical practice, planning to use her experience and perspective from those areas to work with patients to achieve better health through a multi-disciplinary and holistic approach.
Away from the office, she enjoys walking/running with her Akita, playing volleyball, cheering for the Bombers and Jets, reading, relaxing at the beach, hanging out with family and friends, and googling interesting facts.
Dr.Christa Mason Sports Medicine Physician
Dr Edison Arauz D.C., Acu ,B.Sc
Dr. Edison Arauz joined the inMotion team in March 2018. As a chiropractor who cares about utilizing the most advanced chiropractic techniques, Edison has years of training, expertise and experience in helping patients get pain relief for back pain, neck pain, headaches, and other related conditions originating from the spine. He practices within a medical- model approach and works well with other health care providers including your physician. Taking a "whole person" approach in chiropractic care, which means looking for the underlying causes of disease, discomfort, and pain, as opposed to just treating the symptoms.
Edison likes to spend time with his family, loves the outdoors, and camps every summer by tenting it “old school”. He resides in the Winnipeg area living an active and healthy lifestyle. He still gets out to play soccer in his minimal spare time, and when not with his kids. Edison also enjoys doing CrossFit as early as 5am!
Dr Edison Arauz D.C., Acu ,B.Sc
Joanne Vanderhorst Occupational Therapist BMR-OT
Joanne is a Occupational Therapist / Rehabilitation Consultant with extensive experience in Vocational Rehabilitation working with Insurance companies, employers, and legal firms to assist individuals to return to sustainable employment. Joanne is client centered focus, has strong communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to adapt therapeutic approach to fit individual situations.
The inMotion Network began to consult with Joanne in 2012 at Creekside with her functional capacity evaluations and have since gone on to utilize Joanne in many other occupational therapy situations. She currently provides services in all inMotion Network locations.
Annette O'Dea Foot Care Nurse RN
Annette attended Red River College and graduated with her Registered Nursing Diploma in 1994. In 2001 she completed training for Dialysis Nursing, and completed training for Diabetic Foot Care Nursing. She has worked as a Dialysis and Foot Care Nurse as well as a Diabetic Foot Care Nurse since then, for the IRHA and for Quarry Physiotherapy in the Stonewall, Arborg and Gimli clinics. In 2010 she completed her training as a Reflexologist with the Reflexology Association of Canada. In 2010 her courier also took another turn as in she started work as a Diabetes Nurse Educator in the northern Interlake area. In her free time she enjoys going for long walks with her dog, Lady, every day if at all possible. Swimming, skiing, curling almost any kind of outdoor activity. She also enjoys spending time with family and friends, and especially her Church family. At present Annette resides just outside of Moosehorn, Manitoba with her husband Albert. The pair recently celebrated 25 years of marriage!
Joanne Vanderhorst Occupational Therapist
Annette O'Dea Foot Care Nurse
Chelsea O'Halloran Office Manager
Chelsea has been a part of the inMotion Network since 2011 starting at our Creekside location as a Physio Aide/Reception. In March 2018 she accepted the role of Office Manager for Sage Creek.
She spends most of her free time taking her daughter to the rink for ringette and in summer to the soccer field. She enjoys spending time with family, playing and coaching soccer, running, and going to the lake. Each year Chelsea organizes a team for the Cerebral Palsy bike race. She volunteers her time towards several events that the InMotion team participates in.
Chelsea is an asset to the team and a valued employee. Her professionalism and attention to detail ensures the job is done to the highest of standards. She is very knowledge in insurance and billings, and is always happy to help out and answer any questions you may have.
Victoria Neufeld Clinic Aide / Office Assistant
Victoria Neufeld joined the inMotion team in July of 2017 at the Sage Creek Clinic.
She graduated from high school in 2016. Growing up in the country she enjoys spending time outside with her three dogs.
Victoria has a passion for gardening and even has her own greenhouse. She enjoys painting and loves doing yoga.
Zak Bannatyne Clinic Aide / Office Assistant
Zak joined the inMotion Team in March 2018 at the Sage Creek location as a Physiotherapist aid/reception. He is in his first year of university taking Kinesiology and plans on becoming a physiotherapist.
Zak is very outgoing and loves to smile, as well as make other people smile. He likes to keep active throughout the seasons. During the winter you can find him at the rink, Zak is a goalie and takes pride in being that last line of defence! In the warmer months you can find Zak on the golf course when not busy with school and work.
People often comment he looks like Steve from Stranger Things, but as quoted by Zak “I will leave that for you to decide”.