Gabrielle Cave: Gabrielle is the owner of Beaumont Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic. Gabrielle graduated from the internationally recognized University of Alberta in 2003 with a Bachelors in Physical Therapy. She completed her Spinal Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy from The Robin Mckenzie Institute of Canada. She has her Advanced Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy (Level 2). Gabrielle is a member of Sport Physiotherapy Canada and is currently a Sports Physiotherapy Certification Candidate. She has a long history of working with Midget AAA hockey. She has treated athletes from professional level to tim-bits, from hockey to action sports. She has a particular interest in the assessment of sports injuries, movement dysfunction of the spine, vestibular rehabilitation and pre/post-natal pain and instability. She has served on the Board of Directors for the Sports Medicine Council of Alberta from 2004-2011. When she’s not at the clinic, Gabrielle enjoys spending time with her family, biking, running and as an avid ambassador with the Stollery Women’s Network for the Stollery Children’s Hospital.
Susan Wilkinson: Sue graduated from the University of Alberta in 1993, with a Bachelors of Science in Physical Therapy. Since graduating she has received the intermediate and advanced diplomas in manual and manipulative therapy (FCAMPT). In 2011, Sue also certified in the practice of intramuscular stimulation (Gunn IMS). She has also taken courses in vestibular rehabilitation and continues to keep current with continuing education and mentorship. Sue is passionate about physical therapy and encourages clients to return to function and recreational activities not only with treatment but self-management.
Kyle Nordstrom: Kyle was born and raised in Beaumont. He is a graduate of the University of Alberta with a Masters in Physical Therapy, and prior Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology with distinction. He has since completed level 2 upper and lower quadrants in the Diploma of Advanced Orthopedic and Manual Manipulative Physiotherapy, supplemental courses on soft tissue mobilization, and certification programs in spinal manipulation and trigger point dry needling. Kyle has an extensive background and interest in sports-related injuries, but enjoys working with a variety of clients and the individualized concerns that everyone brings.
Kristen Lis: Kristen graduated from the University of Calgary in 2005, with a Bachelors of Kinesiology with distinction. She completed her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Alberta in 2008. Since graduation, Kristen has completed her Intermediate and Advanced Diplomas in Orthopedic Manual and Manipulative Therapy (FCAMPT). Kristen is committed to improving her knowledge and skills through continuing education. She enjoys all areas of orthopedic rehabilitation and working with clients to achieve their work, sport and functional goals.
Audrey Rose: Audrey Graduated from the University of Alberta in 2010 with a Master’s in Physical Therapy. She quickly pursued further training through the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute (AFCI) and Gokavi Transverse Technique (GTT-dry needling) shortly thereafter. Upon moving to Beaumont she began providing locum coverage at Beaumont Physical Therapy until recently transitioning full time here. In addition to having a busy young family, she also manages to participate in hockey, golf, slo-pitch, yoga and snowboarding. She is passionate about returning her client’s to their highest capabilities with respect to work, home and recreational endeavors.
Teri McTavish: (on maternity leave) Teri graduated from the Western University in 2015, with her Masters of Physical Therapy after completing her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at the University of Alberta. Her strongest motivation and drive lies in understanding and sharing her knowledge about the human body, how it functions, why it falters, and how to physically rehabilitate it back to its own highest potential. Teri's treatments focus on helping clients feel their best through education, hands on manual therapy, movement therapy, and acupuncture therapy. She has a background in teaching yoga and incorporates these concepts into physiotherapy sessions as they seem appropriate. You may see Teri in the community at the local farmer's markets, festivals, river valley trails and in the nearby mountains as she soaks up all things positive and refreshing.
Jackson Hill: Jackson grew up in the Edmonton area before moving to Calgary to train as a high performance speedskater at the Olympic Oval. He competed in the 2010 Olympic trials while completing his Kinesiology degree at the University of Calgary. Jackson went on to receive his Masters in Physiotherapy from Glasgow Caledonian University in Scotland, and is licensed to practice in both Canada and the United Kingdom. He has a keen interest in pain management neuroscience. His therapy sessions follow a comprehensive hands-on approach, and a personalized exercise program with the intent to optimize physical function and injury prevention.
Stephanie Chiu: Steph is a registered physiotherapist who graduated from the University of Alberta with her BSc in Psychology in 2017 and her MSc in Physical Therapy in 2019. She has always held a strong interest for the human mind and body, and continued to develop this interest in her post-secondary studies. Coming from a strong athletic background in competitive soccer and a variety of team sports, Steph has always had a passion for athletics and fitness. That passion along with her own personal history of sports-related injury and rehabilitation has led Steph into her career as a physical therapist. Steph is extremely excited to enter the field as a professional that can empower people to move, perform, and be more present in their lives. Dedicated to continuing her education and evolving her skills, Steph continues to develop her interest for athletic and paediatric populations but enjoys working with individuals of all ages and backgrounds.
Annika Schieck: Annika is a physiotherapist who completed her Masters in Physical Therapy at the University of Alberta in 2020. Prior to that she earned her BSc in Developmental Biology and Physiology in 2018. She has always been passionate about the human body and how it moves; and is excited to share this knowledge with her patients so they have a better understanding of their injuries during rehab. Life is best lived engaging with the activities we love, and Annika wants to work with patients of all ages and skill levels so they can do just that! Outside of physiotherapy Annika loves playing and coaching volleyball, hiking, skiing, and enjoying a patio hangouts with friends.
Kim Mackie: Kim is our office manager. Kim has been a part of the Beaumont community for 25+ years. She would be happy to assist you with any questions that you may have.