Our team of experienced therapists has over 140 years of combined treatment experience to ensure you are in capable hands.
Julianna will be decreasing her hours in mid September, so call ahead to book your appointments with her this next month.
The experienced team at The Grange Physical Therapy and Sports Injury Clinic commonly treat neck and back pain, sports and accident-related injuries, chronic muscle triggers, hand injuries, and concussions.
Daniel Barnes, MScPT
Daniel completed his Physical Therapy Assistant degree in 2017 and worked with us prior to returning to school and receiving his Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Alberta in 2022. Daniel was drawn to private practice to enable him to work with patients from the acute injury stage to full recovery. His background in track and field has led him to take a full body approach with a detailed look at movement patterns in the hopes to provide clients with the tools they need to resolve their concerns. Daniel enjoys working with a broad spectrum of conditions and injuries and is able to modify and progress exercises catered to each individual during their recovery process.
Janice Bealer, MScPT
Janice has been a physical therapist serving the west end of Edmonton since 2006. She graduated from the University of Alberta in the first Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy program. She has a keen interest in acupuncture and dry needling and is also certified in spinal manipulation. Although petite, don’t underestimate her strength! Janice regularly works out, runs, and has partaken in a wide range of activities such as skiing, golfing, pickle ball, ball hockey, soccer, and karate.
Dana Galenzoski, MScPT
Dana graduated from the University of Alberta in 2017 with a Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy. She has experience working with many populations in the health and fitness setting, such as a junior football team, managing a fitness facility, and working with children with physical and mental disabilities. Dana grew up playing competitive volleyball and likes to stay active by playing recreational sports, doing hot yoga and boxing, and by getting outside. Her love for physical activity, background in kinesiology and sport, and the desire to help people guided her towards a career in physical therapy. Dana uses an approach that allows patients to be involved and understand every step of assessment and treatment. She likes to apply a combination of hands on manual stretching, soft tissue work and joint mobilizations, trigger point needling, therapeutic exercise, and patient education. She has also recently been certified in treating and managing concussions.
Gail Hamilton, DPT
Gail graduated from the University of Alberta in 1973 and became certified as a hand therapist with the American Society of Hand Therapists in 1991. Having owned and operated Laurier Physical Therapy for 25 years, she continues to have a very specific interest in hand and upper extremity therapy.
Julianna Hayashi, MScPT
Julianna completed a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology and a Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Alberta. Her involvement in competitive soccer and running growing up led to frequent trips to the physiotherapy clinic where her interest in the profession was sparked. She currently maintains an active lifestyle of weight lifting, running, hiking, skiing, and slack-lining. Julianna’s treatment philosophy encompasses the use of patient education, manual therapy, and exercise. She likes to design a treatment plan that is specific to each patient’s unique history, current needs, and future goals. She loves working with a variety of conditions, from sports injuries to nagging aches and pains. Julianna has experience in pediatric physiotherapy and has taken additional post-graduate training in pelvic health
Sudharshan Sundararajan, MPT (Ortho)
Sudharshan has an undergraduate degree in Physical Therapy and a Master’s in Orthopedic Physical Therapy. He started his career in Canada in 2001, working with a variety of clients in a rural hospital, eventually shifting to private practice in 2007. Sudharshan is on the spinal manipulations roster and has also incorporated acupuncture and dry needling into his practice since 2004.
Nolan Tracey, MScPT
Nolan graduated from the University of Alberta with a Master's of Science in Physical Therapy in 2017. He also holds an undergraduate degree in Kinesiology from the U of A. Nolan has always lived a very active lifestyle, participating in high levels of sport throughout his life. Before entering university, Nolan worked in the oilfield and construction industry, where he gained insight into the effect heavy and repetitive work has on the human body. He understands how important physical well-being is and this is what drove Nolan to pursue his physical therapy degree. Nolan is interested in helping all populations return to their optimal physical function and uses various treatment techniques including manual therapy, soft tissue mobilization, and functional dry needling. He also believes in active treatment and uses exercise therapy to help people develop independence in their daily routines.
Registered Massage Therapists
Michelle Aasen, RMT
Michelle has been a registered massage therapist since 2003, graduating from Grant MacEwan's Massage Therapy program. She has an extensive fitness background, and has worked as a personal trainer and taught group fitness classes such as pilates, zumba, and yoga.
Jolie Chan, RMT
Jolie graduated from the massage therapy program at MacEwan University in 2018. She practices pediatric sport massage, prenatal massage, and lymphatic drainage massage. Jolie is always studying and looking for ways to enhance her treatments. In addition to massage, Jolie now practices various other techniques such as myofascial release, cranial-sacral, and visceral manipulations in an effort to assist the body in its own recovery from lesions and to return to a balanced, healthy state. In 2022 Jolie graduated with Honors with Distinction from the Manual Osteopathic College of Canada in Edmonton in Manual Osteopathic Treament (MOT). MOT is complementary treatment offered alongside massage, and is billed separately through most private insurance companies.
Brittany Peacock, RMT
Brittany has always been one to reach out to others to help. She grew up learning to massage family and friends and once she started a family of her own, she decided to learn the science behind massage therapy. In 2015 Brittany graduated from Grant MacEwan’s massage therapy program. Since then she has been assessing and treating a variety of soft tissue conditions such as chronic headaches, tendonitis, TMJ disorder, trigger point and myofascial pain, acute/chronic injuries, as well as muscular nerve impingements. Brittany has continued her education in myofascial cupping and has become certified as a kinetic massage therapist, incorporating movement into her techniques. She is committed to furthering her abilities as a massage therapist so she can continue to help others.
Physical Therapy Assistants & The Administrative Team