Our Team

Andrea graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Sciences degree and then went on to complete a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy degree in 2008. She has completed her Medical Acupuncture training (under Dr. Aung) and has taken advanced training in manual therapy including spinal manipulative therapy certification.
Andrea chose the profession of physical therapy because she has always been interested in the sciences and in health care. She was involved in a variety of sports and activities growing up that required her to access physical therapy. This exposed her to the career that she now loves. Andrea works with her patients to develop an individualized treatment plan to assist them in their recovery. When she is not working Andrea enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters. In her free time she enjoys running and spending time outdoors.

Andrea Eberhardt, Physiotherapist

Lori graduated from the University of Alberta with a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy in 2005 and a Bachelor in Kinesiology in 2003. She also completed her Medical Acupuncture Certification (instructed by Dr. Aung) in June 2008, her Gunn IMS certification in October 2009 and her Spinal Manipulation certification in 2012.
Lori worked in St. Albert from 2006 to 2012. She is very excited to be returning to the area where she began her career.
Lori played hockey for the University of Alberta Pandas from 1998 to 2003, winning three National titles and was a member of the Canadian National Women’s Hockey team from 1999 to 2003.
Lori continues to play and coach hockey. She also participates in water sports and snowboarding. In her free time she enjoys going to her family’s cabin and being on the boat or stand-up paddle boards. She also has two dogs and volunteers with a dog rescue group. Lori loves to discuss the Oilers, go to concerts and be active in any sports.

Lori Shupak, Physiotherapist

Dana Vinge graduated from the University of Alberta in 2011 with a Bachelor Degree in Physical Education and Recreation and graduated from MacEwan University in 2014, receiving her Massage Therapy Diploma. She also holds her CSEP-CPT certification in personal training.
Dana has experience in rehabilitative massage and training, sports massage and training, functional training, pregnancy massage as well as therapeutic and deep tissue massage techniques. Her goal is to get you feeling better and to keep you moving well.
Dana played for the University of Alberta Pandas ice hockey team from 2006 to 2010, winning two national championships in her time there.
In her free time she enjoys both coaching and playing hockey, doing Crossfit, travelling and enjoys a variety of outdoor activities.

Dana Vinge , Massage Therapist

Tricia Levo graduated from ICT Kikkawa College in Toronto in 2000 with a 2200 hour diploma in Massage Therapy. Tricia and her family relocated to Edmonton in 2006.

Tricia has extensive training in craniosacral, manual lymph drainage (including post mastectomy drainage), pregnancy massage, and hot stone treatment. AND she is also a Reiki Master. She can also give you a good old fashioned relaxation, or beating–your choice.

Tricia Levo, Massage Therapist

“Thanh began his post-secondary education when he moved to Edmonton to complete his Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology at the University of Alberta. His degree focused on the science behind human movement, exercise physiology, anatomy, and sport-specific training. He fell in love with the complexities of the human body and went on to complete his Masters of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Alberta. He enjoys blending hands-on therapy with tailored exercise programs to help you not only get moving, but also keep moving.

Originally from Victoria, BC, Thanh has fallen in love with Alberta. In his free time, he and his fiancée like to spend time in the mountains, or on her family’s farm, and everywhere in between. He enjoys playing hockey, volleyball, and staying active. When he’s not moving or helping people move, he likes to watch hockey and try his hand at photography.”

Thanh Tang, Physical Therapist