As the contracted provider for the Calgary Police Service, we are honoured to be able to provide Physiotherapy and Athletic Therapy services on site.
If you are ready to overcome your pain, we are ready to help.
We emphasize an individualized approach and treat all injuries, including workplace injuries, sports injuries, and motor vehicle injuries. As part of our individualized approach, we will discuss the length of treatment and propose a plan uniquely created to help you meet your goals - from the very first visit. At Momentum Health, we see you as soon as possible. The sooner you see us the better chance you have for recovery.
Simplicity - We make it easy
Independence - We empower others
Compassion - We give all that we have
Communication - Right communication at the right time
Fun! We have fun, and so will you!
We've been through basic training and observed many recruit classes over the years. We understand the unique needs of a sworn officer and respect your individual goals as well as workplace requirements.
We direct bill your Greenshield for Physiotherapy services. Athletic Therapy and product needs to be submitted by you
Full time employees have access to additional coverage for products such as Compression Socks and Orthotics
Physiotherapist, Clinic Director
PT, MScPT, CAFCI
Alisha graduated with her Masters in Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Alberta in 2012. She also completed her Bachelor of Science at the University of Alberta. Alisha is also certified to practice biomedical dry needling and acupuncture. Some of Alisha's future career endeavors include becoming certified for spinal and peripheral manipulations. Before beginning her physical therapy training, Alisha worked as an Exercise Therapist, as well as a trainer and coach for multiple men's, women's, and youth ball hockey teams. Along with ball hockey, Alisha has played competitive soccer, volleyball, and basketball. She also enjoys snowboarding, skating, hiking, running, and travelling. Click to Book Online!
PT, MScPT, BSc. Kin (Hons), CMT
Cassie (Cass) Downe completed her Masters in Physical Therapy from the University of Alberta in the Fall of 2016. Prior to that, she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario with a strong focus in both exercise physiology and sport psychology. Being a former CIS varsity volleyball athlete and current volleyball coach with the DINOS junior volleyball program, she has significant first hand experience with sport injuries and the rehabilitation required to return to an optimal level of function. Additionally, she has significant experience treating first responders and understands the unusual stressors required for individuals working in this environment. Her interests include a combination of motor control and hands on manual therapy, while prescribing appropriate therapeutic exercise that addresses the root or core issues. Cass is passionate about problem solving and ensuring the issue at hand is being assessed and treated thoroughly. She has been certified in dry needling techniques and spinal manipulation, in addition to gait analysis/re-training and blood flow restriction training. Outside of work, Cass can be found partaking in a wide variety of activities. Her time off is spent in the mountains either hiking, mountain biking and back country skiing, or out in the country skeet shooting, bird hunting and fishing. In the city she actively participates in various volleyball leagues, coaches club volleyball and sits on the board of directors for the DINOS volleyball club.
Long Kim (Ken) Nguyen,
BKin, MscPT, CSEP-CEP
Ken graduated the University of Alberta physiotherapy program in 2016 and has been fine tuning his practice in the orthopaedic setting since. He has worked at a busy sport medicine clinic for over four years helping recreational to professional athletes return to sport from a chronic tendonitis injury to a complex ACL reconstruction repair. He enjoys using biomedical dry needling with manual and manipulative therapies to drive healing forwards, but he finds these passive treatments alone rarely will get a client back to their occupational or recreational sport successfully. That is why he will always pair easy active exercises and drills to continue to optimize recovery and push athletic performance forwards.
When he is not in the clinic, you can find this Calgarian-born helping out the Calgary Police Fitness Unit as an on-call instructor. Ken enjoys staying active by running away from mosquitoes, blackflies and bears during his backcountry camping adventures and enduring the occasional half marathon or trail race for the bonus free swag at the end.
Athletic Therapist and Kinesiologist
Brendan completed his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology at the University of Calgary and Advanced Certificate in Athletic Therapy at Mount Royal University. Brendan has worked with a wide variety of athletes, weekend warriors, and sports teams, specifically the U of C’s basketball and hockey programs. Brendan has a true passion for helping people return to their highest level of activity and meeting individual goals. In his spare time, Brendan enjoys spending time with his family, friends, camping, fishing, hiking, and anything else that gets him outdoors.