You Don't Need to Have Pain to Come to Physio

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Written by: Sasha Guay, Registered Physiotherapist, MSc(PT)

Preventative physiotherapy isn’t just for elite athletes.

Many people don’t realize that they can come in BEFORE they have pain. Our main goal as physiotherapists is to help people achieve the best version of themselves and maximize their wellbeing. If people came in before the pain became debilitating and negatively impacting their day to day lives, it would make our jobs a heck of a lot easier!

You DON’T need to have pain to come in. Help us evaluate your endurance, strength, range of motion, balance, motor control and more to get ahead of the pain.

Sasha Guay GRSM physiotherapist kitchener
Sasha Guay, MSc(PT)
Registered Physiotherapist

Sasha joined the GRSM team in May 2019. She completed her Sports Physiotherapy Fellowship at the University of Guelph, following her Masters in Physiotherapy at Queen’s. She is in the process of completing her manual therapy levels and is looking forward to obtaining her acupuncture certification. She is passionate about working with athletes and has enjoyed working with a Minor Midget AAA hockey team, varsity lacrosse at the University of Guelph and Western, as well as rugby clubs at International events. She’s excited to work in the GRSM atmosphere, as she comes from a background of sport herself. She played varsity rugby at the University of Western Ontario while completing her undergrad in Kinesiology. She has competed in a variety of other sports, such as hockey, soccer and field hockey. Passions outside of physiotherapy include hiking, spending time with her friends, family and dog, cooking and interval training.

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