Sue - Reception
Cassandra - Reception
Angie - Reception
Kathy – (Accounting) Manager
Greg Bay, BSc. PT, BSc Educ, FCAMT, Dip Sports
Owner, Sport & Spine Physiotherapy and developer of CORESHORTS™
Greg is a Sports Physiotherapist with a Fellowship in Orthopaedic Manual therapy and has owned Sport & Spine for the past 10 years. He has extensive experience in the treatment of athletic injuries and has been a member of the Canadian Soccer Medical staff for over 20 years. His practice includes the treatment of both recreational and professional athletes. Greg has been a head instructor with the Kinesiology department at the University of the Fraser Valley as well as a clinical instructor in advanced Orthopaedics.
After years of research and recognizing a need for such a product, Greg developed CORESHORTS™ in 2005, a patented design that utilizes a series of strategically angled elastics to produce the first anatomically correct compression short.
As a therapist he is always looking for new ways to help his clients recover from injury and maximize injury prevention. His goal is to provide a functional application to the latest clinical research.
Cliff Fowler, M.C.P.A F.C.A.M.T
Cliff was the founder of Fraser Valley Othopaedic and Sports Physiotherapy clinic in 1982 which was later renamed Sport & Spine Physiotherapy in 1998 by new owner Greg Bay.
Cliff received his certification as a physiotherapist in London, England in1959. He is recognized internationally as one of the founders and premier educators in the field of manual and manipulative therapy. Cliff served as a National and Chief Examiner for the Canadian Orthopaedic Manual Physiotherapy Specialty between the years of 1978 and 1997. He was selected as the first recipient of the David Lamb Memorial Award in 1998 for his contribution to Canadian manual therapy.
Murray Schneider, BSc. PT, F.C.A.M.T.
Murray graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 1997. He is an orthopaedic manipulative physiotherapist and specializes in Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) which is an effective treatment for chronic pain of naturopathic origin. IMS involves principals similar to acupuncture where small needles are inserted into tight/shortened muscles in order to release the tissues. Murray has the distinction of having achieved the highest post-graduate orthopaedic level. He is also fluent in American Sign Language. Murray is a sports enthusiast and enjoys woodworking in his free time.
Leanne Wyborn, BSc. PT.
Leanne has been practicing physiotherapy since graduating from UBC in 1994. She treats patients with orthopaedic, sport and work related injuries with a focus on active rehabilitation. In addition to her work at Sport & Spine, Leanne is also the physiotherapist for the University of the Fraser Valley’s men's and women's volleyball teams. In her spare time Leanne competes in equestrian sporting events and is passionate about her horses and cats.
Todd McGalddery, MSc. PT
Todd joined the Sport & Spine team in 2006 after graduating from the University of Alberta. In addition to practicing orthopaedic physiotherapy in the clinical setting he also works with a variety of sports teams at the University of the Fraser Valley. Todd enjoys playing hockey and soccer, mountain biking and ski touring.
Jessica Kenny, MSc. PT, BSc. Kin
Jessica graduated from McMaster University in 2006 with an Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology degree. In 2008 she graduated from the University of Western Ontario in with her Masters of Physical Therapy degree. She has a special interest in sports and orthopaedic physiotherapy and enjoys playing and watching all sports as well as staying active.
Jennifer Bay, Bsc.Kin., BSc. PT
Jen graduated from the University of Western Ontario’s School of Physiotherapy in 1998. She has spent the last ten years assessing and treating clients with sports injuries, motor vehicle accident and work related injuries. Jen has a passion for the education and treatment of post partum women where she focuses on regaining core control/stability that can be decreased with pregnancy. In her spare time she enjoys running, weight training and downhill skiing.
Adam Warwas, B.Sc. (Kin), CEP
Adam graduated from Simon Fraser University in 2008 with a Bachelors of Kinesiology degree. In 2009, Adam also became certified with the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiologists (CSEP). Adam oversees the Occupational Rehabilitation Program and Work Hardening Program at Sport & Spine Railway. He is also involved in private kinesiology sessions, job site visits, and Return to Work Support Services. In his spare time, Adam enjoys being active, especially focusing on endurance sports such as Marathon running and triathlon.