Scott Allan BMR-PT

Scott holds the position of president of Quarry Physiotherapy. He recently has devoted his time to a full-time management and business development role and has removed himself from an active patient caseload. On occasion Scott steps in to help with vacation relief or during periods of staff shortages and will be seen working out of one of the locations.

Scott graduated from the University of Manitoba in 1987. Since graduation Scott has continued his pursuit of knowledge with extensive post graduate studies in musculoskeletal disorders. While playing Junior Hockey with the St. James Canadians, Scott was introduced to physiotherapy as a patient. Now Scott is able to return that first hand experience back to his patients.

Scott's professional interests are diverse. He enjoys treating post surgical conditions and musculoskeletal injuries. His involvement in sports physiotherapy ranges from his grass roots experience as a trainer with hockey and football, a therapist at two Canada Games to coordinating the medical needs for the Baseball venues at the 1999 Pan Am Games.

As an avid cyclist, Scott has participated in many competitive mountain biking events including the "Trans Rockies Mountain Bike Race". Scott and his partner Phil Roadley completed the 7 day staged international event covering 600 km in distance and 15,000 meters in climbing in a respectable 9th place in their age category. Scott was able to raise $6,500 for the Arthritis Society Joints in Motion campaign as a tribute to his many patients suffering from arthritis.

Beth Gutkin-Roy BMR-PT

Beth joined the Quarry Team in 2006, after she received her degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Manitoba. She currently works full time in the Stonewall clinic and is a very dedicated and knowledgeable clinician. Growing up in Winnipeg, Beth enjoyed playing on many sports teams including softball, ringette, hockey and field hockey. After graduating from high school, she moved to Kingston, Ontario where she received an honours Bachelor of Science Degree with a major in Psychology. Beth now resides in Stonewall with her husband, son and daughter and two Labrador retrievers. Over the years she has been an asset in the organization of various volunteer events, including the Physio Fit Run and the MS Bike Tour. She has taken various post graduate Orthopedic and Acupuncture Courses and plans to take many more in the future! When Beth is not working, she enjoys being active with her family and friends. Her favorite activities include snowboarding, hiking, and running. In the summer, she can often be found spending weekends out at the family cottage in Clear Lake, Manitoba.

Leslie Roer BMR-PT

Leslie graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2009 and has been a member of the Quarry Physiotherapy team since November 2010. She has specialized in treating people with Pelvic Floor Dysfunction. She treats women and men with bladder and bowel control problems and pelvic pain. A very sensitive and private topic, but a very rewarding area when treatment is implemented successfully. It is her privilege and joy to help people regain their quality of life and return to the activities they love. Leslie is a small town country girl born and raised in Manitoba. She is very passionate about the physiotherapy profession. She thrives on helping her patients achieve their goals and reach their maximum potential through rehabilitation. Outside of work she enjoys traveling and all outdoor activates including cycling, hiking, cross country skiing, camping, and horseback riding.

Kelsey Moeller Brown BMR-PT

Born and raised just outside of Stonewall, Kelsey joined the Quarry Physiotherapy team in 2006 as a physiotherapy aide/receptionist, which peaked her interest in the profession. Shortly after graduating with a Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation in Physiotherapy from the University of Manitoba, she returned to the Stonewall team in 2011 as a physiotherapist. Kelsey's main interests are in manual therapy, orthopaedics, vestibular rehabilitation and sports physiotherapy.  Her devotion to continuing education has remained strong since graduation, and Kelsey has taken several courses in areas such as acupuncture, manual therapy, vestibular rehabilitation, advanced exercise prescription and exploring physiotherapy's growing role in sport's injury and concussion management. Kelsey is passionate about better serving her clientele and to furthering the profession of physiotherapy.  When she's not at work, she dedicates much of her time serving her profession as an executive member of Manitoba Division of Sport Physiotherapy Canada; volunteering her time with local football and hockey organizations; and serving on the organizing committee for the Physio Fit Run.  

 Outside of the clinic, Kelsey enjoys an active lifestyle.  When she's away from work -- she can often be found gardening around home; cross-country skiing or running the trails at Birds Hill Park with her beloved dog; fishing the Interlake with her husband; or having some down time on her yoga mat! 

Christopher Loewen, B(Kin) MPT

Chris graduated from the University of Manitoba with his Masters of Physical Therapy. Growing up in Winnipeg, Chris enjoyed playing on many sports teams including soccer, basketball, volleyball, and golf. He has a keen interest in manual therapy and provides his clients with safe, effective exercises to help get them back to full function.

Chris holds the roll of Membership Development for Sports Physiotherapy Canada's Manitoba division. Over the years he has volunteered for many events including the Physio FitRun, AAAA Provincial High school sports and the MB marathon. Chris is certified in acupuncture. He has completed his Level II Lower and Upper Quadrant in orthopedics and will be continuing to advance through the orthopedic divisions level system.

Outside of the clinic, Chris enjoys maintaining an active lifestyle - whether it be on the golf course, in an ice rink, or boating at the lake.

Owen McMahon MPT

Born and raised in the town of Stonewall, Owen completed his undergraduate schooling in Exercise Science, then went on to pursue a Master of Physiotherapy at the University of Manitoba. Graduating in 2017, Owen has an interest in manual therapy as well as client-specific exercise and education. This approach to physiotherapy as well as his enthusiastic treatment style help his clients actively return to and pursue a functional and healthy lifestyle. Owen has completed his Orthopaedic Level One Exam and has spent time working with various athletes in a number of sports.

Prior to being accepted into the Master of Physiotherapy Program, Owen was a competitive speed skater. Currently he enjoys golfing, snowboarding and playing hockey in his spare time.


Shayla Heidinger MPT

Shayla graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2016 with a Masters degree Physiotherapy.  She first became interested in physiotherapy after spending her undergraduate summers volunteering at Grace Hospital, where she helped teach exercises to patients recovering from a stroke.  As a retired athlete who has sustained multiple sports injuries, she also understands the value of taking an active approach to recovery and has a keen interest in helping others return to sport as soon as possible.  Prior to studying physiotherapy Shayla was a competitive speed skater who trained with the Olympic Oval Program in Calgary, AB.  She also completed a Bachelor of Health Sciences Honors degree at the University of Calgary where she was involved in population health research. Looking forward, Shayla is excited to complete an Acupuncture course in Spring of 2017, as well as post-graduate courses in Orthopedic manual therapy.

Shayla grew up in Winnipeg and is currently an assistant coach at Winnipeg Speed skating Club. Outside of work she loves to spend time with family, go for long runs and play the piano. 

Riley Jasper MPT

Riley graduated with a Bachelor in Kinesiology & Applied Health from the University of Winnipeg in 2013 before completing a Masters of Physical Therapy Degree in 2015 from the University of Manitoba. Once out of the gate his drive for rehab & orthopedics has taken him on a journey to include working at several private practice clinics. Alongside Quarry Physiotherapy Riley is active with clients at Creekside Physiotherapy as well as Physiotherapy Works in Winnipeg.

He continues to further his education & knowledge of the human body by taking several post-secondary courses. These including; Level 2 Upper & Lower-Quadrant courses by the Canadian Physiotherapy Association-Orthopedic Division, as well as the McKenzie Lumbar Spine Part A course.

Throughout the years Riley has spent time volunteering at the MS Biking to the Viking, the Manitoba Marathon as well as the RBC Cup – Hockey Canada.

 During his off time Riley enjoys golfing & ultimate Frisbee when it isn’t snowing, playing hockey, snowboarding, and catching up with family & friends.

Laura HarderBMR-PT

Laura graduated in 2008 from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation in Physiotherapy. She joined the Quarry Physiotherapy team in the spring of 2009. Laura has continued with her education since graduating; focusing on completing her Orthopedic levels but has also taken numerous courses including acupuncture and myofascial release.  She is currently working on her Master of Rehab Science degree.

Kyla LaCOmbe