Mission: Our mission at Pivotal Physiotherapy is to deliver a model of service that supports the athlete and all of his/her individual needs. This model transcends the traditional concept of physiotherapy to include services such as injury prevention, injury management, athletic and mental performance, nutrition, and recovery.
Vision: We aim to be the premier destination in the Edmonton area for athletes looking to improve their movement, their performance, and their recovery. We are building and expanding upon an integrated service model of injury management, return to sport planning, and performance (programming, enhancement, optimization).
Values: We offer a full backroom support team to athletes because we believe proper movement is crucial to maintaining a high level of function in sport and performance as well as high quality of life. Therefore, guidance along this journey with intelligent counsel is vital.
CAT(C), CSEP-CPT, BPE
Kellen completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Alberta, graduating with Honours, and then went to Mount Royal University to complete his Advanced Certificate in Athletic Therapy. He certified as an Athletic Therapist in 2013 and has since worked with a variety of elite athletes including time spent as a dedicated Therapist for the University of Alberta Golden Bears Football team as well as years spent with two teams in the Canadian Football League. He is also certified as a personal trainer and has almost ten years of experience in the field. Currently he is enjoying working with Kinesiology students as a Teaching Assistant at the U of A instructing hands-on lab portions of sports injuries classes.
CAT(C), CSCS, SFR, BAET
Brandon has a Bachelor’s in Athletic and Exercise Therapy and has been a Certified Athletic Therapist since 2013. He is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and Sports First Responder. His journey to becoming an Athletic Therapist began in high school playing competitive soccer. An unfortunate ACL knee injury opened his eyes to the profession and allowed him to pursue a career in the field.
He has experience working with a variety of clientele including professional and amateur athletes as well as the general public in current role as an occupational medical assessor.