Warman Physiotherapy & Wellness is a premier multidisciplinary clinic dedicated to helping the residents of Warman and surrounding area achieve fitness and optimal mobility.

We are able to provide registered services for Physiotherapy, Massage and Occupational Therapy at the Warman location, and Physiotherapy & Massage at the Saskatoon location.

Our clinicians are experienced in providing treatment for chronic ailments, acute injuries and fitness promotion. Not only do we provide the usual Physiotherapy, Occupational, and Massage services, but we have extensive knowledge and clinical experience in pelvic health, prenatal, post-partum care, osteoporosis management, sports rehabilitation, TMJ dysfunction, spinal assessment and treatment as well as infant and child development.

We are here to help our clients be the healthiest, strongest they can possibly be from infancy to old age!

“Helping you, help yourself”

Warman Physiotherapy & Wellness in the news:

*Finalist in the 2016 Warman & Martensville Business Excellence Awards (WMBEXA) for: Best New Business, Marketing, and Business of the Year

*Finalist in the 2016 ABEX for New Business Venture,

*In 2017 a WMBEXA finalist for Customer Service

*Awarded WMBEXA Best New Business 2017!

*Awarded Young Entrepeneur of the Year ABEX 2018

*Finalist 2018 & 2019 WMBEXA for Community Involvement

*Finalist in 2019 Women of Distinction Awards

Warman Location

HAYLIE LASHTA BScKin, MPT

HAYLIE LASHTA BScKin, MPT

Owner & Physiotherapist of Warman Physio, Certified Pelvic Health & Pediatric Pelvic Health Therapist, Biomedical Dry Needling Therapist
  • Pediatric Pelvic Health (bed wetting, constipation, holding, daytime leaks, pelvic pain, etc)
  • Pre-natal & Post-partum
  • Prolapse
  • Pelvic Health in Athletes
  • Infant Development
  • General Orthopedics
  • Urinary Incontinence
  • Pelvic Pain

* Scheduling 3-6 weeks an advance, please allow for follow-up scheduling at the time of booking the assessment for optimal treatment planning

Haylie has been working in the Warman and Saskatoon areas advocating for pelvic health related issues specifically pertaining to perinatal, menopausal, and pediatric populations since she began practicing in Warman in 2012. She opened Warman Physiotherapy & Wellness in the fall of 2014, establishing the clinic as she was beginning the adventure of starting her young family; Emily was 7 months old when the clinic doors opened! Since inception the clinic has grown into the vision of having a multidisciplinary clinic focused on providing quality care in a family-friendly environment. With the growth of the clinic into a second Saskatoon location in addition to the primary clinic in Warman, Haylie’s family has been completed with the addition of her son Drayton in 2017.

She has provided the Warman community with care for general Physiotherapy with ranges from acute and chronic injuries as well as working extensively in pelvic health for women, men, and children, pre & post-natal care as well as infant development assessment and treatment.

Working within pelvic health means that Haylie has completed continuing education courses after her University career where she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelors of Science Kinesiology with Great Distinction (2009), and Master of Physical Therapy (2011). These additional courses provide her with theoretical and practical knowledge for the assessment and treatment of urinary incontinence, pelvic pain, anorectal disorders, and physiotherapy for pediatric pelvic floor dysfunction.

Being that Haylie works extensively with the perinatal population she identified a need for an exercise class to help address issues within this population in the area in an educated and practical environment. As a physiotherapist Haylie is easily able to modify exercises to increase or decrease difficulty for each client as needed.

Haylie is proud to be raising awareness for women surrounding available Physiotherapy options for women who are pregnant and post-partum, as well as urinary incontinence and pelvic pain in all ranges of the lifespan. She is passionate about providing education not only to the public, but other healthcare providers as well and has had the opportunity to guest lecture at the School of Rehabilitative Sciences for the MPT program specifically related to Sensitive Practice and as a lab assistant. In addition, Haylie in collaboration with Juliet Sargeant, another pelvic health physiotherapist, provided presentations on Pelvic Health and Pediatric Pelvic Health for the Family Medicine Grand Rounds, and Pediatric Grand Rounds in 2018 & 2019.

She looks forward to continuing her education to be able to continue to support her clients, other healthcare providers, and her staff in the pursuit of excellence in rehabilitation for health and wellness.

Courses:
*Orthopaedic Division Level System for the Lower Quadrant (II, 2012 & III, 2013) & Upper Quadrant (II, 2016)
*Thoracolumar Junction (2011)
*Rost Therapy (2015)
*Women’s Health (Level I – 2011, Level II – 2015, Level III – 2016, Anorectal – 2017, Pediatric Pelvic Floor – 2017)
*Biomedical Dry Needling (2017)
*The Female Athlete (2018)

*The Healing Birth Summit (18 webinars – 2019)

SHANNON DOMRES BScKin, MPT

SHANNON DOMRES BScKin, MPT

*Returned from Mat leave for part-time hours on Tuesday/Thursday mornings! Physiotherapist, Bone Fit Certified, GUNN Dry Needling Certified
  • Spinal Assessment & Treatment
  • Osteoporosis Management
  • TMJ Dysfunction
  • Sports Rehabilitation
  • General Orthopedics

Shannon is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan where she earned her Bachelor of Science Kinesiology (2008) and Master of Physical Therapy (2011). In addition to her studies she was a full time student-athlete with the Huskie Women’s Volleyball team (2003-09) and Certified Personal Trainer working part-time with the Human Performance Center.

Since Shannon’s graduation she has been based out of Saskatoon, but worked extensively in communities in rural Saskatchewan. Her primary focus has been in orthopedics, however, her experience has gained her expertise in multiple aspects of physiotherapy such as: advanced spinal assessment, post-surgical rehabilitation, temporomandibular joint disorders (TMJ), osteoporosis, neurological disorders and exercise prescription. Shannon is well trained in delivering comprehensive programs related to every area of the body, developing and implementing graduated return to work and activity plans, and working with clients to produce appropriate goal-orientated treatment strategies.

In order to stay current and further her knowledge, Shannon has pursued many courses and certifications post-graduation. She has completed her Level II & III (Upper & Lower Quadrant) for the Orthopedic Division, and she is Bone Fit™ Trained through Osteoporosis Canada. In addition to these certifications she has recently attended courses on “Diagnosis and Treatment of Movement Impairment Syndrome [Shirley Sahrmann]”, “Clinical Reasoning Through Functional Capacity Evaluation [CPTE]”, “Mobilization of the Nervous System [Neuro Orthopedic Institute]”, and “Graded Motor Imagery [Neuro Orthopedic Institute]”. In the near future Shannon intends to complete the Intermediate Orthopedic Dvision Exam and GUNN Intramuscular Stimulation course.

As a former Huskie athlete, Shannon has first-hand experience of the demands sport requires of the body. As a result, she has a strong interest in working with athletes to educate and prevent injury, in addition to assisting athletes with their rehabilitation. She is knowledgeable in the assessment and treatment of multiple areas and types of injuries common in sport and uses her skill set and background to rehabilitate athletes and get them back to their sport.

With her recent Bone Fit™ training through Osteoporosis Canada, she has developed a keen interest in working with the osteoporotic population. She hopes to build awareness among the general population and those living with osteoporosis.

KENDRA USUNIER BMR(PT), MClSc, FCAMPT

KENDRA USUNIER BMR(PT), MClSc, FCAMPT

Physiotherapist, Pelvic Health Therapist, Acupuncture, Dry Needling
  • Spinal Assessment & Treatment
  • Osteoporosis Management
  • TMJ Dysfunction
  • Sports Rehabilitation
  • General Orthopedics
  • Pre-natal & Post-partum
  • Urinary Incontinence
  • Pelvic Pain Acupuncture

Kendra graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2008 with a Bachelors of Medical Rehabilitation in Physiotherapy. She went on to complete a Masters of Clinical Science in Manipulative Therapy from Western University in 2015.

Since graduating Kendra has worked in Saskatchewan and Manitoba. She happily returned to Saskatoon in 2012, and is excited to begin working in Warman. Having grown up in a smaller community, she is happy to return to that environment.

Kendra’s primary focus has been orthopaedics and women’s health. She has taken extensive additional training in orthopaedics, becoming a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT) – an internationally recognized qualification in manual and manipulative therapy. For more information on CAMPT therapists please click HERE.

In addition to orthopaedics, Kendra has a passion for women’s health and pre-and post-natal care. She has also taken additional courses in treatment of temporomandibular joint dysfunction, acupuncture, pain management, and myofascial release.

Kendra has a passion for ongoing education in physiotherapy, striving to provide the most up to date, evidence based treatment for patients. She assists in instructing muskuloskeletal courses at the University of Saskatchewan and within the Canadian Orthopaedic Division Syllabus.

Kendra enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter, running, playing soccer and doing yoga in her spare time.

MAJA STROH BSc Biochem, MPT

MAJA STROH BSc Biochem, MPT

Physiotherapist, Pelvic Health Physiotherapist
    • Urinary incontinence
    • Prenatal & Postpartum Health
    • Pelvic Pain
    • Pelvic Organ Prolapse
    • TMJ Dysfunction
    • General Orthopedics
    • Spinal Assessment & Treatment

Maja graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry in 2007. She went on to graduate at the same university with a Masters of Physical Therapy in 2009. Maja has been working as a physical therapist since 2009 in private clinic settings, both in Saskatoon and rural areas. Maja has experience in treating orthopedic based populations, as well as pelvic health clients. Her particular interest is in treating the prenatal and post-partum pelvic floor populations.

She considers continuing education a high priority as well as strives to provide the best evidenced based practices. She has completed a variety of post graduate continuing education courses. These include courses relating to pain management, her Level III for both the Upper and Lower Quadrant Orthopedic Division courses, as well as a variety of pelvic health continuing education courses/lectures. She plans to continue to advance her knowledge with treating pelvic floor populations by continuing with further pelvic health courses.

Maja loves spending time with her two young boys. Some of her other interests include, cooking, gardening, painting and camping/hiking.

LAUREN PROFIT, RMT

LAUREN PROFIT, RMT

Lauren has been working as a Massage Therapist in the Warman area since 2012 and sees a wide variety of issues from tension headaaches, to scoliosis and much more. With a focus on health and optimal function, she is able to listen to what is going on and address the key muscles through a variety of techniques.

Lauren‘s training has lead her to try and improve each individuals’ well-being by working through the areas at fault, but is also able to provide a relaxation massage where the focus is general relaxation and not specific tension release to correct pathology. She also provides services for hot stone massage, which is a thermotherapy technique using both warm and cool stones to improve circulation and lymphatic function.

CHELSEA PORTER, RMT

CHELSEA PORTER, RMT

Chelsea joined the Warman Physio family and practice in Warman in June 2015 and has recently moved to Warman. Having provided massage within Saskatoon, Chelsea is adept at treating many conditions and issues, including those who have injuries related to car and work related accidents.

She is able to provide a varied treatment to allow for her to adapt her treatment to her clients’ needs at the time. Chelsea does also provide massage appointments for lymphatic drainage and prenatal populations.

SAMANTHA ADAMS, RMT

SAMANTHA ADAMS, RMT

Sam graduated from the Professional Institute of Massage Therapy (PIMT) in April of 2017, and has been working in Warman ever since. She has a passion for helping people with the use of massage therapy and is comfortable treating many conditions. Striving to make sure you’re treatment is personalized to your needs, she is able to utilize a variety of techniques.

Her main goals are to provide a treatment leaving you relieved of any painful symptoms you were feeling. She has an interest in myofascial, and prenatal services and is looking forward to to furthering her education in these areas.

MEGAN PERRIN-JAMES, OT

MEGAN PERRIN-JAMES, OT

Areas of Practice Interest:
*Sensory Processing and Self-Regulation
*Daily Living Skills
*Independent Living Skills
*Visual Perceptual and Visual Motor Skills
*Friendship and Social Skills
*Early Intervention and Play
*Fine and Gross Motor Skills
*Executive Functioning Skills
*Feeding Skills

Megan’s kind and caring demeanor allows her to quickly connect with the clients and families she works with. She is passionate about helping individuals learn to thrive in their daily occupations. For children and youth, these occupations include play, meeting developmental milestones, learning, self-regulating, developing friendships, social participation, completing daily living tasks, and transitioning to adulthood.

Megan attended the University of Saskatchewan where she completed a Bachelor of Arts with Distinction, majoring in Sociology. Following this she went on to complete a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy at the University of Alberta. Megan’s work experience includes working in an acute care hospital and as a school based occupational therapist in rural Saskatchewan. These experiences have allowed her to gain expertise in a number of areas including assessment, consultation and treatment. Megan has a passion for continued education, therefore she has attended a number of courses to increase her knowledge including specialized training in sensory processing, visual perceptual, and visual motor skills.

In her spare time, Megan enjoys hanging out with her husband, friends and family, as well as playing recreational volleyball, yoga, traveling and crafting. Megan is excited to continue her journey as an occupational therapist at Warman Physiotherapy and Wellness.

Megan’s practice at Warman Physiotherapy and Wellness caters to babies, pre-school, school aged and young adults that require particular skill development in the home, school or in the community. Generally individual therapy sessions will be completed in block sessions where the aim is to determine goals, address goals, and review progress.

KARMEN CURRIE

KARMEN CURRIE

Instructor

The root of all my inspiration comes from a constant curiosity of the mind, body, spirit connection. I am a registered yoga teacher who has been teaching for 7 years. I did my Hatha training with Ted Grand and Jessica Roberts co-founders of Moksha Yoga International, and Vinyasa Yoga training with Ryan Leir Owner and Creator of One Yoga. I am also certified in Prenatal Yoga through Kathleen Podiluk, and certified Yin Yoga with Bernie Clark. I am a professional Doula and have been educated in postpartum care. I teach yoga to provide a gateway for all women to feel empowered from within. I support women through pregnancy and birth because I was supported. To be truly supported without judgement is the most empowering gift you can offer another woman.

Certifications
600 hr Moksha/Modo, Hatha TT
100 hr One Yoga, Vinyasa TT
20 hr Namaskar Yoga, Prenatal TT
20 hr Vinyasa Clara Roberts
50 hr Bernie Clark, Yin Yoga TT
Postpartum Support International 2 day workshop
Birth Doula Certification with Birth Ways International

TRACY STEPHENSEN

TRACY STEPHENSEN

Instructor

Tracy Stephensen (CYA-E-RYT200) is a certified yoga teacher and has been teaching yoga since 2009. She is a certified Wellness Coach, a Critical Alignment Yoga Therapist, and a Yoga Thrive teacher, teaching therapeutic cancer specific classes. Tracy teaches a variety of yoga styles and specializes in Yoga for Backs, Restorative and Yin classes. She is passionate about wellness and working therapeutically with clients especially in the area of back issues, cancer, and chronic conditions.

In addition, Tracy has over 15 years experience working in Adult Education and Leadership Development and is a certified Myers Briggs Type Indicator practitioner. She works as the Program Director for Leadership Saskatoon and the Program Coordinator for Women in Leadership for Life.

Darla Read

Darla Read

Facilitator

Becoming a mom moved me so much, I poured through books and articles about mothering and searched until I found the perfect class on how to support new moms. Now I’ve taken that passion and combined it with postpartum training to become a Certified Postpartum Professional in the Warman and Saskatoon areas. I’ve also taken breastfeeding education from Cindy & Jana, Lactation Consultants in Saskatoon. I read avidly on parenting and all things postpartum, and then of course, I have the experience of being a mom, just like you.

My training, along with my personal experience as a mom, enables me to nurture new moms objectively and with empathy. As a postpartum doula, I provide emotional and practical support to Warman, Martensville, and Saskatoon moms. I continue to read avidly on pregnancy, babies, breastfeeding, and all things postpartum, and aim to share that knowledge with other moms through my own blog posts, social media, and virtual and in-person support.

My job is to make sure you feel loved, supported, and empowered. It would be an honour to support you during this sacred time: it may still be overwhelming and scary at moments, but my goal is to support you so you feel an abundance of peace and joy.

Saskatoon Location

Scott Golding BScKin, MPT

Scott Golding BScKin, MPT

Physiotherapist, Pelvic Health Physiotherapist
  • Pelvic pain
  • Prolapse
  • Incontinence
  • Concussion Assessment & Treatment
  • Back pain
  • General Orthopedics
  • Sports Rehabilitation
  • * Schedule is available for booking!

Scott completed his Bachelor of Kinesiology with Distinction (2013) and Masters of Physical Therapy (2016) at the University of Saskatchewan. During his University years, Scott worked as an athletic trainer with the Huskies cross-country team.

Moving to Lloydminster, Alberta in 2017 he joined the CBI Health Centre. While in Lloydminster Scott gained experience in Orthopedics, Pelvic Floor, Concussion therapy, WCB, SGI, short, and long term disability. He works extensively in pelvic floor therapy having received his Level 1 (2016 – University of Saskatchewan), Level 2 (2018 Pelvic Health Solutions), Level 3 (2018 Pelvic Health Solutions), and innovative exercise for the sensitive nervous system (2019) credentials. Scott has treated a wide variety of conditions from incontinence, prolapse, pelvic pain, pelvic floor tightness, hip pain, back pain, bladder pain, prostatitis, erectile dysfunction, and sexual intimacy problems.

Scott has completed many courses and certificates post-graduation in addition to his pelvic health training. He has completed his Level 1 manual therapy, acupuncture of the upper extremities (Meridian Physical Therapy), and Concussion Management (CBI Health).

Scott has a passion for assessing and treating pelvic floor conditions. Most of his case load has consisted of female patients working on prolapse, incontinence, pelvic muscle dysfunction, and pelvic pain. He has seen first-hand the tremendous success and improvements in quality of life that pelvic floor therapy provides. Scott is driven to provide excellent care in a safe and comfortable environment for his patients. Scott believes that pelvic floor health needs to be a fundamental aspect of a healthy life, as many individuals struggle in silence. He has experience treating both female and male patients. Scott’s future goals include becoming a strong support and resource for male health. He wants to help decrease and remove the stigma associated with male pelvic health and provide exceptional resources for males who need or are seeking help.

Signe Bone RMT

Signe Bone RMT

RMT, CS1
  • Prenatal & Postpartum massage
  • General injuries (whiplash, TOS, piriformis syndrome, etc)
  • Abdominal health through visceral manipulation
  • Critical Alignment Therapy
  • Cranial Sacral Therapy: CS1
  • * Schedule available for booking!

Signe has always had a passion for understanding the human body from a young age, starting with her own sports injuries and repetitive strain injuries from her former schooling as a musician.

During her time as a student in Eastern Canada, she worked in a yoga studio over the summer where she saw huge benefits of movement in general but especially how it helped people’s healing through movement, breath and awareness coupled with the help of massage therapy and physiotherapy. This led her to stay in Saskatoon and take the two-year massage therapy program to become a registered massage therapist (RMT).

After practicing for a few years, she has completed additional training in pre-natal massage through Axiom Collage and has began her training in Visceral Manipulation through the Barral Institute and Craniosacral Therapy through Upledger Institute. Signe was inspired to specialize in Visceral Manipulation during her physiology course after learning and seeing how amazing and intricate the body is and what a huge impact having it treated can have on the body as a whole.

Her love for learning and problem solving helps her provide the best care and treatment she can through assessments, treatments, and most importantly working with her clients to better understand them as a person, not just as a body.  Signe aspires to one day have enough experience and knowledge to share with others the same way her mentor she studies with has done for her and to better the industry as a whole.