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Meet Our Team


Chelsey Schwarzenberger was born and raised in Stettler, AB. Growing up, she spent most of her time figure skating at the Stettler arena. Following high school graduation, she completed her Bachelor of Science majoring in Cellular, Molecular and Microbial Biology at the University of Calgary. She then moved to Australia where she obtained her Doctor of Physiotherapy from the University of Melbourne.  

Chelsey enjoys utilizing Clinical Pilates, exercise, manual therapy, Acupuncture and Dry Needling to create a unique treatment plan for all of her clients. Chelsey has completed further education and certification in Acupuncture Level 1, Functional Dry Needling Level 1, DMA Clinical Pilates Unit A, and Vestibular Rehabilitation. Chelsey has a special interest in treating running and hyper mobility related injuries.

In her downtime, Chelsey enjoys spending time with Nicholas and their dog Samson going for walks and adventures. She also enjoys Pilates and long-distance running.


Nicholas Yorgason grew up in Southern Alberta. He grew up playing hockey, golf, rugby and soccer. Growing up playing sports led Nicholas to pursue a career where he could give back to the sporting community.

Nicholas holds his Doctor of Physiotherapy from the University of Melbourne. Prior to obtaining his Physiotherapy degree, he attended the University of Lethbridge where he completed his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science. Between these two degrees and work experience at the Brent Sutter Sports Medicine Clinic, Nicholas has found a passion for helping individuals recover from injuries and return to sport successfully.

Nicholas combines his exercise expertise and knowledge of the human body to create a service that helps clients achieve their desired outcomes and goals. He continues to maintain relationships with the Brent Sutter Sports Medicine Clinic for triaging of injuries.

Nicholas is certified in Acupuncture Level 1, Functional Dry Needling level 1 and Selective Functional Movement Screens Level 1 and 2. His areas of special interest include sporting injuries, post-surgical rehabilitation, and return to sport testing.

In his spare time you can find Nicholas on the golf course or partaking in an adventure with Chelsey and their dog Samson.