Doug Treloar (BMR, PT) 

Senior Physiotherapist
Doug is a practicing partner in Physiofirst and Physiofirst Virden . A University of Manitoba graduate, Doug is especially interested in Industrial Rehabilitation with a focus on Functional Capacity Evaluations and Work-Hardening and Conditioning Programs. as well as in the assessment and treatment of hand and upper-extremity injuries with ongoing post-graduate training.
He has worked with a number of elite sports teams, including the Neepawa Natives of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League, and has provided on-field medical services for Premier Soccer clubs.
Doug has obtained post-graduate education in acupuncture and is certified through the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada. Doug is trained in the McKenzie approach to spine assessment and rehabilitation. He is certified through the Work Well System (Isernhagen) Functional Capacity Evaluation, Pre-Employment Screening and Work-Site Evaluation certification.
Doug continues to be involved in professional associations at various levels. He currently sits as the community representative on the Brandon University Animal Care Committee. He is Past-President of the Manitoba Physiotherapy Asoociation and Past-President of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. He is also an active member of the sailing community.

Kyle Crockatt (BMR, PT)

Kyle is a graduate of the University of Manitoba with a Bachelors Degree in Medical Rehabilitation in 2005. He joined the PhysioFirst team shortly after graduation.
Since joining PhysioFirst he has completed post graduate courses in Acupuncture, Jaw rehabilitation and facial pain as well as traveling internationally to train in Vestibular/Balance rehabilitation. He enjoys all aspects of physiotherapy, with special interest in Vestibular/Balance rehabilitation as well as Sports Therapy with a focus on working with football athletes. Kyle is also trained in the McKenzie approach to spine assessment and rehabilitation.
He is dedicated to the advancement of his skill sets through ongoing continuing education. His commitment to the community is evident in his organization of blood donor clinics r in partnership with the Canadian Blood Donor Services along with countless hours of volunteering for the FoodFirst food drive held annually by PhysioFirst.
He has future plans to attend additional post graduate courses in order to broaden his physiotherapy expertise.

Melissa Teall (B.Sc., M.P.T.)

Melissa studied at Brandon University where she completed her Bachelor’s of Science with a Major in Biology and a Minor in Psychology. She then studied at the University of Manitoba where she obtained her Master’s of Physical Therapy degree in 2014. She has completed a Rock Tape course as well as an Acupuncture course. Melissa is keen on pursuing manual therapy courses in the orthopedic field and is a member of the orthopedic, acupuncture, and animal rehab divisions of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.

Bailey Kelleher ( B.Sc., M.P.T)


Bailey started her education at Brandon University where she graduated in 2017 with a Bachelors of Science in Biomedical biology with a minor in chemistry. In 2021 she graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Masters of Physical Therapy. Since graduation Bailey has taken a manual therapy course through the orthopedic division for the upper body – neck, shoulder and arm, and thoracic spine. Last year she was able to take a strength and conditioning for rehabilitation certificate. Moving forward she is hoping to take an acute care training course for sports injury and volunteer in community sporting events with that training.

When not working Bailey is typically with her dog, Cricket. Together they are going through agility training (where Cricket is a natural and Bailey has a lot to learn). Bailey is also an avid traveler, knitter, and down hill skier.

Andrea Gray (BMR, PT)


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Samantha Pascal-Ahmed (BMR, PT)


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Sarah Hall

Business Manager
Sarah’s education and skills have easily lead her to this position at PhysioFirst. She received her High School diploma from Elton Collegiate with a focus in University entrance courses and with a science base. She has drawn on work experience to continue to gain skills and communication through the several organizations that she has worked together with. She has experience in handling acute care clients as well as seniors and comes with a strong background in the knowledge of Physiotherapy, sports injury and prior experience in the physiotherapy practice. These employment skills have allowed her to run organizations smoothly, has given her experience in numerous software packages, dealing with customer service and a good understanding of clients problems and concerns. Most recently Sarah has completed Quickbook’s 1 and 2 as well as Payroll & Taxable Benefits.
Sarah lives out in the country with her husband and daughter.  Her volunteer work has included assisting physically and mentally challenged children, charity events, coaching and sporting related community games has resulted from a strong personal enjoyment in both sports and music. She has also been a part of the theatrical community and enjoys playing competitive volleyball and baseball.

Kelly Kufus

Physiotherapy Assistant
Originally from the small community of Rossburn, Manitoba, Kelly moved to Brandon, after completing high school, to attend Brandon University where she obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree, with a major in Sociology and a minor in Psychology. Her experience in the workforce as a  retail Supervisor and Librarian Assistant has strengthened her interpersonal, organizational, and public service skills. She has gained strong medical experience working as a Respite Worker in the Palliative Care Program as well as working with individuals with physical and cognitive disabilities. She has excelled in her academics through out her education and has received certificates for her involvement as a volunteer in both school and community events.

Janice Nylin

Physiotherapy Assistant

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