Walk on the Beach


We possess the expertise, skill set and passion needed to facilitate your optimal healing, growth and performance in work, life and play.

Adam Bailey


Adam Bailey, PT, hails from Amherstburg, Ontario and joined our team in 2015.  He graduated from the University of Western Ontario as valedictorian of his Masters in Physical Therapy class.  Prior to achieving his Masters, he received his Bachelor of Human Kinetics degree majoring in Movement Science at the University of Windsor.   Adam is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and is registered in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario.


Adam is continuously looking for ways to better serve clients and has completed several courses and workshops including:


* Advanced Physical Therapy Lower Extremity Certification Program

* Eclectic Approach to Upper and Lower Quarter Assessment and Treatment

* Selective Functional Movement Assessment Certification

* McKenzie Method – Part A: The Lumbar Spine & Part B: The Cervical & Thoracic Spine

* Matheson Ergonomic Evaluation Certification Program


* The Shoulder: Theory & Practice

Shoulder Instability Management and Rehabilitation

* Fowler Kennedy Sports Medicine Clinic: Concussion Workshop

* Explain Pain - Neuro Orthopaedic Institute

* Mulligan Concept – Upper Quadrant


Adam takes a whole-body approach to assessment and treatment and is committed to helping clients understand the underlying cause of their injuries.  Adam’s **one-on-one** approach to an **active** rehabilitation program focuses on **education and exercise** to allow clients to take control of their injury and achieve their rehabilitation goals.  Adam is passionate about helping clients of all ages on their road to recovery and is thrilled to provide rehabilitation services in Yellowknife.

Amanda Tritton


Amanda attended the University of Western Ontario where she obtained both her Masters in Physical Therapy as well as a Bachelor of Science degree with an Honours Specialization in Kinesiology.  Prior to joining our team in October 2015, Amanda had worked with a variety of clientele with neurological, cardiopulmonary, and musculoskeletal conditions resulting from sport, workplace, and motor vehicle accident injuries as well as post-surgical rehabilitation.  She also has experience treating individuals of all ages from Paediatric to Geriatric populations.

Amanda is an avid lifelong learner and is continuously seeking new challenges and opportunities to better herself as your physiotherapist.  Her most recent continuing education courses include:

* Advanced Physical Therapy Lower Extremity Certification Program
* Eclectic Approach to Upper and Lower Quarter Assessment and Treatment
* Selective Functional Movement Assessment Certification
* Functional Capacity Evaluation Program from Roy Matheson & Associates Inc.
* McKenzie Method – Part A: The Lumbar Spine & Part B: The Cervical & Thoracic Spine
* Shoulder Instability Management and Rehabilitation
* Manual Therapy – Level 1
* Explain Pain - Neuro Orthopaedic Institute
* Mulligan Concept - Upper Quadrant

Amanda is a positive and energetic person that strives to help clients achieve their unique therapy goals.  She is dedicated to providing the exceptional quality care that clients have come to know and expect from our team.  Amanda is an advocate of the health promotion principle that people should be empowered with the knowledge and tools needed to take control over their own health and return to the sports, activities, and roles that matter most to them at home and in their community.

Grecia Delgadillo


Grecia is a registered Physical Therapist with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario and a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. She graduated from the University of Western Ontario where she achieved both a Bachelor of Medical Sciences with Western Scholars Honours in 2012 and a Master of Physical Therapy in 2015. Prior to joining our LCP Health team in February 2021, Grecia assessed and treated a caseload of patients of all ages with orthopaedic conditions at a private clinic in London Ontario.


Since working as a physiotherapist, Grecia has continued to upgrade her skills and knowledge by taking a variety of post-graduate courses and workshops such as: 

* Mental Health in Older Adults: Impact, Treatment and Wellness

* GLA:D Canada

* K-Taping Pro

* AA1: Foundations of Anatomical Acupuncture

* The Shoulder: Theory and Practice

* Functional Exercise for Dementia, Canadian Centre of Activity and Aging

Grecia plans to pursue additional continuing-education courses in orthopaedics and manual therapy. With her background in rehab clinic and long-term care, Grecia believes in tailoring care to each patient’s needs to promote a holistic recovery and proactive practice. Furthermore, she is able to communicate with her patients in both English and Spanish, which helps to break down language barriers while providing excellent client care in Yellowknife.

Kaeleigh Brown 


Kaeleigh has worked as a Physiotherapist since 2012 in both private and public sectors, and has practiced in Yellowknife since 2015. She only offers pelvic floor physiotherapy services and has extensive training, including treatment for bladder leakage, bowel control issues, pelvic organ prolapse, children’s pelvic floor issues, diastasis rectus abdominus (abdominal muscle separation) and pain disorders (e.g., pain with intimacy, bladder pain, prostatitis). Her treatment philosophy centers around the importance of time: scheduling longer appointments to ensure a thorough assessment and treatment plan is developed, giving clients sufficient amounts of time to incorporate lifestyle changes and exercises into their daily routines, and acknowledging the body and nervous system need time to adapt and change in response to treatment.


Kaeleigh enjoys a variety of outdoor activities (snowboarding, running, hiking, mountain and fat biking), plays the violin in the Borderless Art Movement orchestra, and has recently returned to school to pursue a PhD in Public Health.

Kathy Reesor


Kathy Reesor, PT, graduated from the University of Western Ontario in 1991.  She has mainly worked in private practice but has some hospital and home care experience.  She is an osteopath (DOMP) from the Canadian School of Osteopathy Manual Practice (Vancouver) since 2016.  She is certified in IMS, acupuncture and has taken all of her manual therapy physio levels, McKenzie, plus many other post grad courses.
She used to be a varsity runner, triathlete, mountain biker and adventure racer.  Now she keeps active running after her 5 year old twins. 

Sheelagh Stevens

Registered Massage Therapist

Sheelagh has been practicing Registered Massage Therapy for 19 years. She is certified in Myofascial, Prenatal, Cupping, Hot and Cold Stone Massage, Therapeutic Touch. She is also a graduate of the Medical Acupuncture program at McMaster University. 


From Infants to Seniors, Sheelagh provides an assessment with orthopedic testing to work with her clients to provide a practical effective treatment plan with goals whether they be acute or chronic condition or treatment for stress relief. She strives to provide a safe, non judgemental space for all clients in her care.

Vudzirai Mashoro

Registered Massage Therapist

Vudzirai Mashoro, Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) moved to Yellowknife to be close to her family after completing her 2315 Massage Therapy Program in Toronto. She is registered with Natural Health Practitioners of Canada and is in good standing. Vudzirai is experienced in Swedish massage with Myofascial Release, Hydrotherapy, Deep Tissue, Muscle Energy Technique, and Lymphatic Drainage. She looks forward to expanding her practise in the near future. Off work, Vudzirai enjoys spending time with her grandson, reading and knitting. 

JD Boudreau

Registered Massage Therapist

JD completed his Massage Therapy Diploma course at the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in Halifax and is a member of the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada (NHPC).

The focal point of his therapeutic approach is to find the source of aches and pains and to assist the body in finding its own way through the healing process. He sees his role as a Massage Therapist as assisting the body’s innate ability to heal. As such, he strives to help patients achieve long lasting results.

His treatments focus on postural re-education and re-alignment, as well as assisting to optimise the healing soft tissue. He uses a variety of techniques including general Swedish Massage, Joint Mobilizations, Myofascial Release and Manual Lymph Drainage.
When he is not working, JD can be found roaming the roads and trails on his bike or canoeing merrily down one of the many rivers or lakes across Canada.

Blaze Flewell

Massage Therapist

Blaze Flewell, RMT trained in Red Deer at the Alberta Institute of Massage and is registered with CMMOTA. She has 2 years clinical experience as well as a BSc in Physical Education (Kinesiology) from the University of Alberta. 

Blaze incorporates relaxation, deep tissue, therapeutic work into her treatments and is trained in myofascial cupping, reflexology and Kinesio Taping. She enjoys being active and is excited for new adventures in Yellowknife.


Yellowknife Physiotherapy Sport and Rehab Clinic


4903 47th Street, 

PO BOX 2031

Yellowknife, NT, X1A 2P5


Tel: 1.867.920.4920

Opening Hours:

Mon - Fri: 8am - 7pm 

​​Saturday: 8am - 7pm ​

Sunday: Closed


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