Flaman Physiotherapy is a locally owned and operated physical rehabilitation center located in the Lakeview Square mall on the corner of McKercher and Stillwater across from Lakeview Lake in Saskatoon. Opened in 2009, we employ 3 Physiotherapists with over 40 years of combined experience in treating musculoskeletal injuries from sports, work, motor vehicle accidents, other traumatic causes, and injuries from chronic diseases such as arthritis.
In addition to our on site physiotherapy services, our therapists are active in the community providing educational in-services on topics such as ergonomics and workplace injury prevention, performing on-site sports event coverage, as well as designing and implementing team and individual training programs.
Offering a variety of treatments including biomechanical manual physiotherapy, exercise prescription and direction, acupuncture, ultrasound, radial shockwave therapy, electrical muscle stimulation, Graston soft tissue release, IASTM soft tissue release, sports taping and return to work/sports programming, our therapists have the tools and knowledge to guide you to maximum recovery from your injury.
Jason has been actively practicing physiotherapy since graduating from the University of Saskatchewan in 1998. He attained the Certificate in Sport Physiotherapy in 2002 and is a consultant with the Sports Medicine and Science Council of Saskatchewan.He is currently the on-site therapist for Can-Am Gymnastics as well as covering many other sports as time allows, in addition to coaching local hockey teams. He continues to perform on-field sports event coverage as time allows.
Jason also completed the intermediate and advanced post-graduate degrees in orthopedic manual and manipulative physiotherapy and is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapists (FCAMT). He obtained his Gunn IMS Certification in July 2018.
In addition to applying his hands-on treatment skills, Jason takes pride in developing exercise programs for his clients that fit into their lifestyle while allowing them to attain their goals. His motto in the gym is 'ruthless efficiency' - design the program and exercises to attain maximum gain in minimal time with as little down time as possible, a style which many have made excellent gains with.
Kurtis has been a physiotherapist since 1998 after graduating from the University of Saskatchewan. He has taken courses in advanced biomechanical assessment and treatment, athletic training and conditioning, myofascial release, and Graston Technique. He has been a certified Graston Technique practitioner for over 10 years.
Kurtis utilizes a variety of treatment techniques including hands on treatment, modalities, Graston Technique, and exercise/functional conditioning. He believes in perfection of technique to optimize efficiency. He enjoys working with motivated individuals of all ages in helping them work towards and attaining their health and fitness goals. Kurtis feels that it is important to treat all of his clients as he would want his family or friends to be treated with individual focus and care.
In his spare time, Kurtis is an avid mountain biker, stand-up paddleboarder, and cross-country/downhill skier. He spends most of his free hours with his wife, Janine, and his Bernese Mountain Dog on the the river in Saskatoon and on the slopes of Fernie, BC.
Raschelle has been a physiotherapist since 2008 after graduating from the University of Saskatchewan. She has taken courses specializing in temporomandibular disorders and has her CAFCI designation through the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada. She has taken courses in Advanced Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulative Therapy and plans to continue working her ways through the levels. She completed her Gunn IMS certification in July 2018.
Raschelle enjoys treating clients of all ages and with a variety of reasons for seeking out physiotherapy. She believes that there are a number of options for treatment which should be tailored to each individual in order to best return them to a pre-injury status. An important part of the rehabilitation process also involves a long-term plan for maintenance and improvement of each person's health.
Raschelle enjoys competing in half and full marathons and travelling in her free time.