Welcome to Fort Richmond Physiotherapy
Fort Richmond Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Centre is focused on providing high-quality service and patient care. We are conveniently located in Fort Richmond, just off of Pembina Highway, close to Winnipeg's south perimeter. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions about our services or would like to schedule an appointment with one of our dedicated professionals.
Gagandeep is back from holidays and is available Monday and Thursday Evening
Derek Furutani, MPT BEnvSc
Derek graduated with a Masters of Physical Therapy from the University of Manitoba in 2017. Since graduating he has become fully credentialed, attained his certificate in Level 1 manual therapy, and has been working hard assessing and treating clients at Fort Richmond Physiotherapy. Treatment with Derek typically includes a combination of manual therapy, education, modalities and development of a home exercise plan including stretches and strengthening exercises. In his free time Derek enjoys exploring nature while hiking, camping and fishing.
Gagandeep Gagneja, PT Exam Candidate
Gagandeep Gagneja is a registered physiotherapist exam candidate with The College of Physiotherapists of Manitoba. He has experience treating patients for both musculoskeletal and sports injuries. Gagandeep has collaborated with many different types of therapists in the past, which has given him the opportunity to work with individuals from many different walks of life. He has vast experience working as senior manager in group home with people with disabilities. He loves providing his services to elderly patient having mobility issues , WCB and MPI claims. He also excels at providing patients with funtional exercises and agility and sport-specific exercises. Gagandeep applies his skills and works hard to help patients obtain their health related goals.
Grace, PT Exam Candidate
Grace has a Master's degree in orthopaedics and sports physiotherapy, and another Master's degree in Disability Studies. She has worked in both acute care setting and private clinics, with various age groups. She understands the implications of having an impairment as relating to work and family life, and thus ensures to take care of the 'whole'. She is experienced in providing rehabilitation following hip/knee surgeries, and is quite vested in research. Grace will work with you to achieve your health goals.
Alyssa McAllister, MPT BSc.
Hi, my name is Alyssa McAllister. I graduated from Brandon University with a Bachelor's in Science degree in 2012. After that, I proceeded to train in the Masters of Physical Therapy program from the University of Manitoba, which I graduated from in 2014. I also have my Level 1 in Manual Therapy and Sports First Responder certificate. I enjoy continuing to take courses to expand my knowledge and keep up with current research to best serve patient's needs. As well as full physiotherapy assessment and treatments, I do physical assessments for workplace capabilities and am currently offering a knee replacement class that runs twice weekly. In my spare time I like to keep active in the community through volunteer work and playing basketball.
Massage Cancellation Policy
If you cannot make it to an appointment we do require 24HRs notice
Patient will be responsible for 50% of the cost of the appointment. Charge will NOT be billed to your insurance.
If you are unsure of your appointment’s date or time, please call us at any time and we will help you
Esther Jativa RMT
Hi my name is Esther and I am a Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapies graduate. I am enthusiastic, motivated and really enjoy working with clients and helping them reach their therapeutic goals.
I have focused my training on the assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal dysfunctions and muscle energy techniques; I have also taken workshops on basic lymphatic integration techniques, reflexology and hot stone massage.
Devin Beaudry, RMT
Hi my name is Devin Beaudry. I graduated from the Massage Therapy College of Manitoba in the spring of 2015 and so far, I am enjoying this second career after serving 35 years with the Canadian Armed Forces. The massage therapy training I received from MTCM has given me the tools in which to bring balance to the unbalanced. I have been trained in remedial massage, sports massage, advanced treatments, advanced myofascial and cupping massage. I also offer Deep Tissue Hot Stone Massage. As a massage therapist, the learning never stops so I have also been trained in the speciality of Facial Rejuvenation cupping massage. This form of cupping is likened to a face lift without the use of surgery, chemicals and or injections. It involves hot and cold stone treatment on upper chest, neck, and face, Cupping, and lastly a facial masque with anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Each session is 90 minutes long. My experiences thus far has ranged from clinical to sporting events such as the RCAF Half Marathon x 3yrs, Canada Summer Games 2017, and working with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers players post game. I am very excited to be practising here at Fort Richmond Physiotherapy and look forward to the diverse clientele that seek massage as a health care modality.
Shevaughn Thiessen RMT
I'm Shevaughn Thiessen, and I graduated from Evolve College of Massage Therapy, formerly MTCM, in January 2019. My passion for massage therapy can be traced back to childhood when my sisters requested back and foot massages. I believe every person is on their individual journey and needs treatment based on their individual goals. Since self-care is an integral part of this journey, I encourage and educate clients in ways they can achieve better health. My focus is relaxation while treating the area of injury or pain. Some of my favourite modalities are myofascial techniques, deep tissue massage, and structural therapy. I enjoy working with a variety of age groups, including children and seniors.
Since I have lived in Manitoba most of my life, I've learned to make the most of all the seasons and the wide variety of outdoor activities. I love canoeing, backpacking, and gardening in summer, and snowshoeing and ice skating in winter.
Learning is a life-long journey, and as a Registered Massage Therapist, I am committed to continuing education. I am fascinated by cupping and advanced structural therapy courses, which I plan to pursue in the future.
I am excited to be practising at Fort Richmond Physiotherapy and look forward to meeting you!
Justin Lemoine RMT
I'm Justin Lemoine and a recent graduate of Evolve college of Massage Therapy. I have a passion for health and wellness; currently pursuing courses towards a kinesiology and applied health degree. My focus is on treating acute and chronic injuries, aches and pains, and helping people relax. The modalities that I tend to use are myofascial and functional release techniques along with deep tissue and structural therapies. Through my experience with sports, I have developed a comprehensive understanding of fitness and health. I'm an accomplished rock-climber traveller and yoga enthusiast.
Able to provide treatments in french upon request.
Desiree Neault, RMT
Hello my name is Desiree Neault. I graduated from Robertson College as a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) in April 2016. I became a RMT because I knew someone who had Cerebral Palsy (CP), who was confined to a wheelchair and couldn't speak. My desire is to help those in need and specialize in helping people with disabilities.
Here is my availability:
Mondays and Tuesdays 12-8 pm
Thursdays and Fridays 11-7 pm
Saturdays 8-2 pm
Hours of Operation
30-2866 Pembina Hwy