Generally, people assume that athletic therapy is only for an athlete but it is a treatment for people who may have sustained a workplace injury, experienced a motor vehicle accident, an accident at home, or an injury from any recreational activity. At Innovative Medical Supplies Inc in Winnipeg, we provide laser therapy so that you can go to work or play quickly and safely. Our aim is to provide care to ensure you stay healthy. Laser therapy can be provided as an add-on to an existing therapy session or as a separate treatment.
Learn More about Athletic Therapy
The prevention and care of serious musculoskeletal injuries like injury to bone or the surrounding structure is known as athletic therapy. Our athletic therapy is an approach of exercise therapy, therapeutic modalities, and manual therapy.
Rely on Us to Treat Some Common Injuries
We provide direct billing options to various third-party insurance companies including:
You can contact your insurance provider to get an idea whether your insurance plan covers athletic therapy.
Meet Our Team
Innovative Medical Supplies Inc offers access to the experienced group of therapists who can make you feel better. Discuss your needs with our therapists and they will help you find the right therapy treatment.
Abby Mendoza, CAT(C), BKin-AT
Abby Mendoza is a Certified Athletic Therapist who graduated from the University of Manitoba with Bachelor of Kinesiology in 2018. During her studies, she worked with a variety of university sports team and worked with the Women’s Bison Basketball as the Head Student AT. She worked in different clinics and treated university athletes and the general public. Abby is diligent, patient and hardworking with a strong desire to continuously obtain knowledge and experience in clinic and field. She is dedicated, as an athletic therapist, to providing optimal patient care and to return patients back to work/sport and what they love to do. Abby loves to do calligraphy in her down time, trying new things and adventuring the outdoors.
Cristine Pineda, CAT(C), BKin-AT
Cristine Pineda is a multilingual Certified Athletic Therapist, primarily speaking in English and Tagalog. She is a 2016 University of Manitoba graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and Recreation Management specializing in Athletic Therapy. In the same year, she was able to certify as an Athletic Therapist. During her time as a student at the University of Manitoba she worked with several Bison sports teams, including the men’s volleyball team, and then serving as the head athletic therapist, as a certification candidate, for the University of Manitoba Bisons women’s basketball team. In the community, she has worked with numerous athletes and teams participating in a variety of different sports such as high school basketball, tennis, and community and beach volleyball.
K. Jill Reimer, CAT(C), BSc.
Jill is a Certified Athletic Therapist who graduated from the University of Winnipeg with her Bachelor of Science in 2018. Jill loves working with patients in different aspects, whether it is in the clinic or in the field setting where she works with different teams. She has had the privilege of providing athletic therapy with Murdoch MacKay high school football, the U16 and U18 Provincial football teams as well as with the Winnipeg Rifles Junior football club. She is currently trying something new and loving working with the St. Vital Victoria’s Junior hockey team. Jill has had the privilege to learn from excellent Athletic Therapists and is excited to apply her knowledge and skill towards the healing journey of her patients.
Mac Capuno, CAT(C), BSc.
Mac graduated from the University of Winnipeg acquiring his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, in the spring of 2018. During his time as a student athletic therapist he had the opportunity to learn and work alongside many Certified Athletic Therapists who were very influential in his personal growth as a student whether it be in the clinic or on the field. He was also very fortunate to have worked with multiple sports teams at the university level but as well as within the secondary high school level. He also devoted his time to volunteer as part of the medical staff team at the 2017 Canada Summer Games and the 2018 Manitoba Winter Games. Mac is always eager to learn more about the profession of athletic therapy and is looking forward to applying his knowledge and skills in order to positively influence the health care system within the community.