About Us

Our Physiotherapists are highly qualified, experienced clinicians who are interested in getting a hands-on look at what is going on with you. We will be thorough and look at areas surrounding your injury, as well as look at influencing factors that might be prolonging your issue. We need to find the areas that don’t move well that are around your painful area, look at how it was injured, and the time frame since it was injured. With longstanding issues, there sometimes isn’t any relation to the how, what and when the injury first started. However, there are patterns your body shows us as to how it has compensated and those patterns can be the ones that continue the pain that you feel. Let us help you get through the “normal” healing timelines and address issues that may have led to the issue becoming irritated to start with. Our team would be happy to meet you! Check out our profiles below to get to know us better first!

Our Physiotherapists

Scott Purdy
Scott Purdy
BSc. PT, BSc. Bio
A former Maritimer who now calls Calgary home, Scott’s been practicing Physiotherapy in Southeast Calgary for the past 15 years. Scott graduated from McGill in 2000 and has certifications in Medical Acupuncture, Dry Needling (GTT), and Manual Therapy accreditation for spinal manipulations in Alberta. Scott enjoys his work, finds it rewarding and is genuinely concerned with the well being of people in his care. Outside of work, he loves the “job” of parenting 4 active kids, all things hockey and most foods that look/taste better than what you are supposed to eat.
Tanya Hoffman
Tanya Hoffman
B.Sc. PT.
Tanya is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan, class of 1998. She began her career as a physical therapist in neurological rehabilitation. Subsequently, she has been working in out-patient orthopaedics for more than 15 years. Tanya is a registered manual therapist, qualified to perform spinal manipulation and acupuncture/dry needling. She has a special interest in TMJ dysfunction/headaches and enjoys working with complex MVA clients and sports injuries. Her focus is to assist her clients in returning to their fullest functional level through manual therapy, acupuncture and exercise.
Hallie Brunt
Hallie Brunt
Hallie completed her Masters of Science in Physiotherapy at the University of Alberta in 2014. She has attained post graduated certifications in Functional dry needling (FDN), Accupuncture (CAFCI) and Functional movement screening (FMS). Hallie brings with her a genuine passion for helping people recover so they can get back to doing what they love. Her physiotherapy practice focuses on manual therapy and exercise prescription to help treat and correct imbalances so that you can get back to moving better!

Cost & Direct Billing

Initial Assessment and Treatment —– $100

Follow-up Treatments —– $75

Senior Treatments– — $65

Double-site Area Treatments —– $100


Direct billing available for most plans through Alberta Blue Cross, Great West Life, Sunlife, Manulife, Cooperators, Equitable Life and Greenshield.

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