Rebel Athletics and Recreation Services has partnered with Andrea Wazney and Stephanie Smith to offer Athletic Therapy Services on the Notre Dame Campus.
The Athletic Therapy Clinic is located in the North Gym in room GM-14, just past the equipment desk.
Rates are $65 for an initial assessment, and $55 for follow-up treatments. All appointments are roughly one hour.
To book an appointment email Stephanie and Andrea at email@example.com.
Andrea is accepting appointments:
Monday 1pm-5pm, Wednesday 1pm-4pm, Friday 1pm-5pm
Stephanie is accepting appointments:
Monday – Friday 5:30pm-7:30pm
Weekend appointments available upon request
Andrea graduated from the University of Manitoba Athletic Therapy program in 2012, with a Bachelor of Kinesiology. While in school, Andrea worked with the Bison Football team for two seasons, as well as Football Manitoba’s U16 teams, and various hockey teams in the Manitoba Women’s Junior Hockey league. Andrea is currently a Certified Athletic Therapist through the Canadian Athletic Therapists’ Association and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
Some highlights for Andrea include working with the Senior Women’s National Wheelchair Basketball team in preparation for the 2012 London Paralympics and with a wheelchair basketball team at the 2013 Youth Parapan American Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina; as well as working with Team Manitoba at the 2013 National Women’s U18 Hockey Championships in Calgary, Alberta.
Andrea strives to help people return to their activities feeling stronger than they were before injury. By using a combination of posture assessment, hands on therapy, and progressive stretching and exercise prescription, patients will be given the knowledge and understanding to take charge of their own recovery. Andrea has experience working with patients of all background and would like to help you achieve your goals of returning to work, sport, or play. Outside of work, Andrea enjoys staying active through bowling, curling, dragonboating, and kayaking.
Stephanie received her Bachelor of Kinesiology and Recreation Management in the Athletic Therapy program at the University of Manitoba in 2012. Upon completion of the National Certification Exam, she began her journey as a Certified Athletic Therapist.
Stephanie started her career as the Program Director for the Manitoba Athletic Therapists’ Association, and has since gone on to work as an Athletic Therapist for various clinics, teams, and sporting events.
She has worked with all levels of athletics from recreational to national elite levels, as well as members of the general public. She has also taught a variety of Athletic First Aider Program courses. In keeping with her lifelong involvement in dance, she created and implemented a dance specific Athletic First Aider Program to help with the proper recognition and care of injury in dance. Stephanie is committed to helping you achieve your goals through Athletic Therapy whether it be a rapid return to work or play, injury prevention, reducing pain and limitations, or simply improving overall quality of life.