Functional Dry Needling Provider

Eric Gartner, BPE, Dip AT, MPT, IMS


Paul Thibault graduated from the University of Saskatchewan where he completed his Bachelor of Science in Biology with Distinction (2012), and Master of Physical Therapy (2015). Paul has taken post-graduate education in concussion management, vestibular rehabilitation, sport first responder as well as orthopaedic manual and manipulative therapy levels. 

Clinically, Paul enjoys working with clients of all ages, and focuses on patient education and empowering clients through exercise to guide them through rehabilitation or optimizing their physical function. 

Paul enjoys traveling, the outdoors and being active by snowboarding, mountain biking, strength training, playing hockey, and ultimate Frisbee. Paul believes in keeping fit and having fun, and is committed to helping his clients achieve their personal goals.

Eric graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Physical Education and Diploma in Athletic Therapy before obtaining his Masters of Physiotherapy from the University of Saskatchewan in 2009. He has recently moved from Vancouver, BC where he worked with the Allan McGavin Sports Medicine Centre on UBC campus.

A former receiver with the Saskatoon Hilltops and University of Alberta Golden Bears, Eric enjoys working with people of any age and skill level, helping them reach their activity and performance goals. He uses an exercise-based approach, as well as Functional Dry Needling to help clients feel good and move well.

Paul Thibault, MPT, B.Sc.



Vestibular Rehabilitation

Concussion Management


Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

Chelsea graduated with great distinction from the physiotherapy program at the University of Saskatchewan in 2008.  Over the past 8 years she has worked in a sport and orthopedic physiotherapy clinic in Saskatoon gaining experience with clinical treatment, personal and team training, and sport event medical coverage.  As former member of the University of Saskatchewan Huskies Soccer program, Chelsea had the opportunity to provide speed-agility-quickness/strength and conditioning training to the High-Performance Development Center (HPDC) soccer program for the past 4 years.  She has a genuine interest in sport and active living, and is currently a volunteer with Saskatoon Minor Football.  Chelsea has a passion for working with people of all ages and abilities. 
Chelsea was the 2008 Recipient of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association Prize and the CRHAP/CPA Student Excellence Award for the School of Physical Therapy, 2007 Recipient of the Marj Braid Bursary in Physical Therapy, 2007 Dean's Medal recipient from the College of Kinesiology at the University of Saskatchewan, and 2006 recipient of the Arthritis Society Continuing Student Award for the School of Physical Therapy.

Chelsea Guebert, B.Sc.(PT), B.Sc.(Kin), CSCS