Corydon Physiotherapy and Massage Mission
Our team works closely together focusing on reaching your expectations and what our team and you feel is success.
We provide one on one expert care in a well paced and comfortable atmosphere.
We excel at treating you:
- as an individual
- by listening to you
- and guiding you to the highest results possible
All of our staff strives to provide optimal quality services, so together we can focus on the main purpose of relieving your pain, and returning you to your pursuits in life!
Kelly Milan, BMR, PT, Cred. MDT
Kelly graduated from physiotherapy at the University of Manitoba in 1991. He joined The Corydon Physiotherapy Team in 1991 and became the director and owner in 1997. Kelly always had a special interest in physiotherapy and helping people with problems of the muscle and skeletal systems. The interest began when his father had physiotherapy for a shoulder injury.
Kelly completed his credentialling examination and is certified in McKenzie mechanical diagnosis and therapy of the spine (2002). Writing articles and research has always been a special interest. Kelly has published articles and reviewed publications in peer-reviewed international physiotherapy journals including "The Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy" and “The Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Clinics of North America”. He also contributed to an international study on physiotherapy for back pain. Educating employees in house with injury prevention has also been a pursuit.
Kelly’s continued professional goals include:
- Creating an exceptional environment for patient care
- Serving the physiotherapy community through many professional committees with the College of Physiotherapy and The Manitoba Physiotherapy Association.
- Kelly served on the Manitoba Physiotherapy Association’s board as Chair of The Business Affairs Committee from 2005 to 2013. Currently he is Chair of the Manitoba Physiotherapy Association/ Manitoba Public Insurance Liaison Committee.
- Constantly pursuing knowledge and training in order to provide exemplary patient care
- Contributing further to clinical research, to help further prove the value of physiotherapy. Please click the Health Blog and "For Health Professionals" to review valuable articles demonstrating physiotherapy effectiveness.
Kelly enjoys cycling to work (not in the peak of winter) and recreation with his wife and three children ages 12, 14 and 16. He also enjoys downhill and cross country skiing in MB and B.C. and summer time fun at Riding Mountain National Park with his family. Kelly has also continued to play drums with bands since age 12.
Donald Jones, BMR, PT, Acupuncture
Since graduating from physiotherapy at the University of Manitoba in 1979 Don has worked in a variety of settings. Don has treated patients of all ages in the hospital as well as in the community. His special interests lie in helping people with long term pain management, balance problems, and injuries with the muscles, bones and joints.
Don has extensive post graduate training in the management injuries and diseases. He has a special interest in how the body and mind processes pain and how it can be treated. He has dedicated his career to using this knowledge to help people heal as fast as possible.
Other pursuits include spending time with his wife at their property on the west side of Lake Manitoba. Don also continues to cycle recreationally after many years of competition. He loves to sail and can be found on Lake Winnipeg as part of a race sailing team.
Melanie Schlichter, MScPT, Acupuncture
Melanie graduated from the University of Alberta with a Master’s in Physiotherapy in 2010. She also has her Bachelor of Kinesiology from the University of Manitoba in 2008. Her home is Winnipeg and she is very happy to be back here and pursuing her career at our clinic. Since graduation she has pursued many continuing education courses including being certified in Acupuncture and The McKenzie Method for treating back pain.
Melanie’s interest in physiotherapy began during her first year of University when she tore knee ligaments while playing basketball for the University of Manitoba Bison Women’s team. After surgery and months of physiotherapy, she went on to play four years for the Bison’s, and was co-captain in her final year. Learning about human performance started at an early age, and pursuing physiotherapy as a career was a great fit.
Melanie has an extensive athletic background which includes playing basketball with the Universities of Alberta and Manitoba. She had a very successful season with The University of Alberta Panda’s where they finished with a bronze medal. She loves coaching basketball and volleyball and continues to coach adults and children through school teams, club teams, or camps. Working with people to help motivate, educate and lead them is a personal strength.
Melanie looks forward to a career helping people improve their quality of life and return them to the activities they love. Her special interests include treating sports injuries and problems of the neck and back.
Further goals include, building her athletic patient caseload, further education in the McKenzie method and treating injuries to the muscle and skeletal systems.
In her spare time Melanie also likes to play recreational basketball and volleyball.
Brent Winstone, BMR, PT
Brent graduated from the University of Manitoba in 1996 with a degree in physiotherapy. He first became interested in physiotherapy after suffering several sports-related injuries. After volunteering as a physiotherapy aide at the Health Science Center he realized the tremendous struggle people had recovering after serious injuries and how a physiotherapist could aid them in this process. He worked for 3 years at the Misericordia General Hospital with a wide range of clients who were recovering from stroke, brain injury, lung disease, various muscle and joint injuries and recovery after surgery. For the last ten years he has worked with the Geriatric Program Assessment Team (GPAT), helping seniors in the community with a wide range of health problems. Brent’s continuing education has included courses in Muscle Energy technique, Mulligan technique, balance rehabilitation, chronic pain management and several courses at the University of Manitoba, in rehabilitation and medical anthropology.
Brent is excited to continue offering his expertise to those who are homebound through the Corydon Physiotherapy At Home program. Whatever the cause of their mobility problem, and whatever their age, Brent’s main goal is making physiotherapy services available to everyone. Through a combination of hands on techniques and special exercises, Brent is hoping to work with others to help them improve their quality of life.
Brent still enjoys participating in sports including running, soccer, and windsurfing. He is a committee member for the College of physiotherapists of Manitoba and has been a volunteer for the Lake Winnipeg Foundation and the Global Justice Film Festival. Brent also enjoys spending time with his wife and two young children camping and visiting playgrounds across Manitoba.
Lisa Lambert, RMT
Lisa was drawn to massage therapy after working twelve years in the medical field.
She graduated from Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapy in 2007 and is a member of the Massage Therapy Association of Manitoba.
Even though Lisa is very skilled in a variety of massage techniques, her expertise is in Swedish massage, Schweitzer’s Deep-tissue massage, Advanced Trigger Point techniques, Palliative care, head, neck and jaw (TMJ) assessment and treatment.
Continuing education plays a big part in Lisa’s free time. Her interests include massage therapy related courses and span out into random Winnipeg leisure guide activities. Some of her passions include gardening, refinishing furniture, going to the occasional Blue Bomber game and doing family activities with her husband and two children.
Lisa looks forward to working with her patients and helping them achieve their optimal goals by providing a treatment plan created based on the needs of the individual.
Kelsey Sinclair, RMT
Kelsey always had an interest in massage therapy after being a competitive dancer for 16 years. The demands of dance meant massage therapy was helpful on a regular basis. She always believed in the results that massage therapy provided. After traveling abroad, she realized that there are endless opportunities for massage therapists around the world and she saw the profession was growing rapidly. She’s excited to be a part of the increased recognition of Massage Therapy.
Kelsey graduated from Wellington College in June 2010 and has become a member of the Massage Therapy association of Manitoba. Kelsey is very excited to continue building her career at Corydon Physiotherapy and Massage Therapy Clinic. Kelsey is trained to use all massage therapy techniques and is trained to assess and treat conditions of the muscular and skeletal systems such as back pain. Kelsey enjoys keeping up to date with the latest techniques and enjoys taking additional training and courses to keep her skills current.
In her free time Kelsey plays soccer and volleyball and loves to snowboard.
Courtney Rudolph, RMT
Courtney was born in Winnipeg and grew up in Stephenfield, Manitoba. She
graduated from Carman Collegiate in 2006 and moved to Winnipeg in 2007.
She was always active and played eight different sports in her high school years and continues to be very fitness minded.
Courtney had never been introduced to massage therapy until she started her
first year at Wellington College for Remedial Massage Therapy in 2008. Courtney graduated from Wellington College June of 2010 and has been excelling at her practice since then. Courtney joined the Corydon Physiotherapy and Massage Clinic team in 2012 and is excited to advance her career and gain as much knowledge as possible from the therapy team around her and additional courses in massage therapy. Courtney is building her clientele based on her keen interest in treating back, neck and shoulder problems. She is especially skilled in treating headaches and migraines.
In her free time she plays slo-pitch baseball and tries to cycle to work as
much as the weather allows. Courtney love’s the farm life and one day hopes to build a farm with her boyfriend close to Winnipeg.
Kathleen McClinton, MSc., Registered Dietitian
Kathleen McClinton, MSc., RD received her degree in Human Nutritional Sciences with honours and a medal of merit for volunteerism and academics from the University of Mantioba. She completed a dietetic internship with the Manitoba Partnership Dietetic Education Program affiliated with the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Kathleen’s experience includes patient food service operations management at Manitoba’s largest hospital, the Health Sciences Centre, and at the Grace Hospital. In October 2012, Kathleen completed her Master of Science, in Human Nutritional Sciences at the University of Manitoba with her award-winning thesis “The effects of carrot carotenoids on diabetic retinopathy in Type 1 diabetes mellitus”. In fall 2012 she started her own private practice as a nutrition consultant that centers on a real world approach to healthy eating that is informative, motivating and practical.
She is a proud member of the College of Dietitians of Manitoba and with Dietitians of Canada. Over the years she has actively lead community nutrition programming and workshops, university level committees, planned conferences, and led nutritional research.
Passionate about cooking and nutrition, Kathleen’s love for food and wellness extends far beyond her work. She loves to make healthier versions of her favorite recipes for family and friends. Her hockey-enthusiast husband is her go-to food product tester. She can often be found at Winnipeg’s newest restaurants, farmers markets or curling with her team at the local curling club.
It is her sincere hope that she can support and engage Winnipeggers as a nutrition coach, so that they can enjoy greater health for themselves and for their families.
- (204) 800 2773
3354 Roblin Blvd.
Winnipeg, MB, R3R 0C5