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D’Arcy Bain, BPT
Owner, D’Arcy Bain Physiotherapy
D’Arcy became interested in physiotherapy after working with the high school football team for 2 years while in high school. He was interested in the idea of helping athletes of all levels return to their sport at the highest level of function. As a professional, the smiles and thanks from those returning to their sport was very rewarding. D’Arcy’s philosophy of treatment is to make the rehabilitation program active, progressive and interesting. D’Arcy wants to enhance the speed of recovery, healing and return to activity on the shortest time line using his experience and knowledge. He enjoys educating patients on their condition, advising on activities to enhance recovery and systems to prevent or stop re-injury. D’Arcy enjoyed many successful years of coaching Ringette, girls Fast-Pitch Softball and Hockey. D’Arcy has 5 daughters with names all starting with the letter ‘J’. He is also a proud grandfather of 2 granddaughters and counting. D’Arcy enjoys golfing in the summer and working out regularly to maintain his strength and function for his hip replacement of May 2018.
- Graduated with a Diploma of Physiotherapy from the University of Manitoba in 1971
- Graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Manitoba in 1975
- Selected to 5 Olympic Medical Teams
- Worked at Canada Games, Work Student Games and Pan Am Games
- Chief Therapist Canadian National Racquetball Team – 12 Years
- Worked numerous amateur and professional sporting events
- Sports Physiotherapy (1986)
- Manual Therapy Orthopaedics (1980)
- Certified Functional Capacity Evaluator (1997)
- Certified in Laser Therapy (2007)
- Expert Witness – accepted by Manitoba Courts (2010)
- Malyska-Bonar highest marks in clinical training UofM School of Medical Rehabilitation (1971)
- Award from Sports Physiotherapy Division of Canada as a founding member (1981)
- Susan MacDonal Award – for significant contributions to the profession (2015)
- Sport Physiotherapy of Manitoba for significant contributions to the profession (2017)
- Teaching at the University of Manitoba School of Medical Rehabilitation in athletic injuries and private practice issues.
- Member of the Board for the College of Physiotherapists of Manitoba.
- Chairman of the Orthopedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
- Newsletter editor of the Sports Physiotherapy Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
- Board member of the Health Care Advisory Board of St. James Assiniboine.
Jordyn Bain, MSc.PT
Jordyn is the youngest of D’Arcy’s five daughters and is continously following in her father’s footsteps. She grew up running around the clinics and worked as a physiotherapy assistant and receptionist for many years. D’Arcy inspired her to become a physiotherapist as he was always helping with her sports injuries and has been very successful in his own career. Jordyn is passionate about exercise and loves inspiring others to incorporate movement into their everyday lives. In her spare time, you can catch Jordyn running outside, strength training in the gym or playing one of her various sports. She enjoys ringette, golf, baseball and just about anything that involves being outside.
- Graduated from the University of Winnipeg in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and Kinesiology.
- Graduated from the University of Alberta in 2020 with a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy.
- Diploma of Advanced Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulative Therapy Level 1 & 2
- Soft-Tissue Release Therapy
- Female and Male Urinary Incontinence Level
- Pelvic Health Solutions Female and Male Pelvic Pain Level 2/3
- Coach for U-Turn Parkinson’s
Rebecca Olfert, MPT
Rebecca entered Physiotherapy because of her first anatomy class where she developed a passion for learning about the human body and its ability to heal and adapt. Rebecca’s treatment philosophy is based on the idea that movement is fundamental to who people are and that treatments should be highly individualized to each patient. With this philosophy in mind, she strives to teach patients to be active participants in their treatment and helps them to create sustainable changes that will prevent injuries later on. When Rebecca is not treating patients she can be found rock climbing with her husband, walking her dog, reading, drawing, gardening, or playing piano.
- Graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2019 with a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology.
- Graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2022 with a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy.
- Physiopedia’s “Long COVID” (2021)
- AIM’s mini courses on T-spine (2021), L-Spine (2021) and C-Spine (2022)
Janna Shumila, R.M.T., D.O.M.P., D.Sc.O.
Massage Therapist and Osteopathic Manual Practitioner
Janna has been a part of the D’arcy Bain staff since 2008, first as a Registered Massage Therapist and more recently as an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner. She graduated from the Massage Therapy College of Manitoba with her 2200 hour Massage Therapy Diploma in January 2008, and completed an additional five years of study and a thesis project to receive her Diplomas in Osteopathic Manual Practice and the Science of Osteopathy from the Canadian College of Osteopathy. Her interest is in manual treatment and preventative care of injuries and chronic physical conditions to optimize patient quality of life and the functioning of the body in its entirety. She is an active member in the Massage Therapy Association of Manitoba (MTAM) and the Manitoba Association of Osteopathic Manual Therapists (MAOMT), and an affiliate member of the Ontario Association of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners (OAO). Outside of work, Janna enjoys time and walks with her dogs, swimming and cross country skiing, reading, music, knitting and crocheting projects, and spending time with friends.
Graduated from Simon Fraser University (2002) in Burnaby, British Columbia with a Bachelor of Arts in Applied Science, majoring in Communication Studies and minoring in Kinesiology
Graduated from the Massage Therapy College of Manitoba (2008) in Winnipeg, Manitoba with a Diploma in Advanced Remedial Massage Therapy
Graduated from the Canadian College of Osteopathy (2017) in Toronto, Ontario with Diplomas in Osteopathic Manual Practice and the Science of Osteopathy
- Myofascial Release and Unwinding
- Advanced Cranio-sacral Therapy
- Peripheral and Cranial Nerve Mobilization
- Manual Lymphatic Therapy
- Visceral Manipulation
- Prenatal and Post-natal Care
- Pediatric care
- Pre and Post-event Sports Massage
- Muscle Energy Techniques
- Remedial Exercise
- Trigger Point Release
- Strain Counter Strain Techniques
- Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization
- Ligamentous Articular Strain Technique
- Proprioceptive Taping Techniques
- Seated Facet Release
- Osteopathic Treatment of Concussions
- Osteopathic Treatment of Migranes and Headaches
Upon graduation from the Canadian College of Osteopathy, Janna received The William Garner Sutherland Award in Clinical Research for her thesis The Effect of Global Osteopathic Treatment on Symptom Severity in Patients with Irritable Bowel Syndrome: A Pilot Study, and regularly volunteers her time as a thesis prereader, research advisor and jury member for other students. She is also a part of the Education Committee with the Manitoba Association of Osteopathic Manual Therapists.
Sophy Amir, R.M.T.
Sophy is a very friendly and bubbly person that loves to talk and meet new people. She is very caring and always smiling (even under all her PPE). Along with English, Sophy also speaks Russian and Hebrew. She feels special satisfaction when health-related issues are removed from her patients’ list of daily troubles. Collaborating with physiotherapists in the clinic is part of the reason why Sophy loves to come to work everyday. Sophy’s treatment approach consists of an osteopathic assessment in order to find the root problem and help patient’s come up with alternatives in their lifestyles to prevent it from reoccurring. Outside of work, Sophy enjoys spending time outdoors with her 3 children and exploring new beautiful places.
- Graduated from Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapies in 2018 with a Don Bennett Award of Excellence
- Originally started her massage career before coming to Canada and was happy to continue to work in the most rewarding healthcare field
- Pain management
- Trigger point release
- Somatic exercises
- Pre and post surgery rehabilitation
- Muscle energy techniques
- Pre and post natal treatment
- Paediatric treatments
- WATSU (water shiatsu) treatment
Areas of Interest:
Having an aqua therapy background, Sophy specialized in working in the water with pregnant women, children with Down Syndrome, Autistic Spectrum, Cerebral Palsy, individuals with lung related diseases and neurological conditions such as MS, ALS, stroke, fibromyalgia and much more.