Our Staff

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Kevin Brechin, BA.LSA, Dip S.I.M., C.A.T. ( C ), CES, PES

Clinically, Kevin has a background in myofascial release, soft tissue release techniques, muscle energy techniques, kinesio taping to aid in correcting muscle dysfunction. Kevin has also taken advanced courses in concussion assessment and rehabilitation as well as shoulder rehabilitation, hip, pelvis and low back dysfunction. Kevin also has his corrective exercise specialist and performance enhancement specialist certifications and specializes in injury prevention and develops sport specific training programs as well as created an ACL injury prevention program for athletes. Kevin works towards a global approach in correcting postural and muscular imbalances through manual therapy techniques, modalities and active rehabilitation exercises to return the person back to sport or work. Kevin is the Head athletic therapist for Thompson River’s University Wolfpack. Kevin enjoys working with the active populations from recreational athletes, youth sports, CIS, NBA, NHL and national team level athletes.

Dr. Rylan Brouwer, BA, DC, RCCSS (C) Res*

Originally from Merville, BC, Dr. Rylan Brouwer grew up playing various sports and athletic activities. His active lifestyle led him to a volleyball scholarship at Vancouver Island University where he obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree with a Major in Sport Health and Physical Education. He then went on to complete his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, Ontario. Dr. Brouwers’ passion for athletic performance optimization has led him to further specialize and become a resident with the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences (RCCSS (C)). He currently holds certifications in Active Release Techniques (ART), Sports Emergency First Responder (EFR) and the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI). Dr. Brouwer assists everyone from elite level athletes to the weekend warrior to recover from injury, restore function and optimize optimal performance. His treatments focus on restoration of normal function and increased performance through joint manipulation, soft tissue mobilization, rehabilitative exercises and health/bio-mechanic education. In his spare time you can catch Dr. Brouwer at the local fishing spots and hiking trails with his dog Cooper, on the volleyball court, or on the ice at the hockey arena!

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Chris Elliot, RMT, CES

Chris has been a practicing Registered Massage Therapist since 2013. He prides himself on his assessment abilities and is focused on creating a treatment plan that helps resolve current issues while teaching you how to prevent injuries in the future. He has always had an interest and passion in sports related injury treatment and prevention but enjoys working with all clientele with varying health concerns. Chris is also a certified corrective exercise specialist, which, when paired with massage therapy, provides the best overall client outcomes.

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Dr. Ross Outerbridge BSc. (HK), MD, FRCSC, Dip. Sport & Exercise Medicine

Dr. Outerbridge is a Kamloops based orthopaedic surgeon with a sub-specialty interest and postgraduate training in orthopaedic sport medicine. After completing an orthopaedic residency at UBC, Dr. Outerbridge completed a fellowship in Pediatric and Adolescent Sport Medicine at the Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard University. He is interested in treating injuries of the knee, shoulder, hip, ankle and elbow in active individuals of all ages. He is also interested in sports injury prevention especially in the adolescent age group.
In addition to his active practice in Kamloops Dr. Outerbridge has served in many National and International leadership roles in sport medicine including;
Past President – Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine (CASEM)
Chair – International Water Ski Federation Medical Commission (1993-2004)
Chief Medical Officer Team Canada 1999 Pan Am Games
Chief Medical Officer Team Canada 2002 Commonwealth Games
Chef de Mission Team Canada 2006 Commonwealth Games
Team Canada Physician 2004 Olympic Games, FISU World University Games (1997, 2001), 1995 Pan American Games

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Matt Scott, PT, MScPT

Matt has an Honors Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from U of C and completed his Masters of Science in Physiotherapy degree at U of A. Matt has completed advanced coursework in orthopedic physiotherapy, dry needling, myofascial release, functional movement screening, vestibular and concussion rehabilitation. Matt works collaboratively with people of all ages and abilities to achieve their physiotherapy goals. Matt uses a combination of exercise-based care, education, and necessary local treatments to assist you in achieving complete recovery based on your specific needs/goals.

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Tammy Uyeda, PT, BScPT

Tammy graduated from the University of British Columbia in 1997 with her Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) and has specialized in occupational rehabilitation, injury prevention, and orthopaedics since then. Tammy joined Sage Sport Institute in 2015 and is inspired to work in a setting that facilitates her interest in functional exercise and active rehabilitation. She is passionate about educating her clients about their conditions to assist them with understanding their bodies and how to care for them after injury.

When not at the clinic she can be found chauffeuring her three active children around town, running the streets or trails of Kamloops, or working on her fitness training app that she developed to help people get past their barriers to exercise.

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Cara Nordin, BSc, DPT
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Dr. Bruce Davidson, CCFP(EM), DIP Sport Med