Our Clinics

North McPhillips Location
100-2200 McPhillips Street
Winnipeg, MB

Phone: 204-694-2337

Our Staff

D’Arcy Bain

Owner, D’Arcy Bain Physiotherapy

D’Arcy spent his first 7 years as a therapist at the St. Boniface Hospital. He then became one of the founding members of the Pan Am Sports Medicine Clinic for 2 ½ years. He then opened D’Arcy Bain Physiotherapy and has been working in the clinics for the last 25 years.

D’Arcy has had a special interest in sports medicine and has been selected as a therapist to work at the Summer Olympics many times (1976, 1980, 1984, 1988, 1992). He also worked at the Summer World Student Games in 1987 and the 1999 Pan Am Games. In addition D’Arcy was the head therapist for the National Racquette Ball Team for 12 years. D’Arcy has also taken a keen interest in local events and has worked at numerous sporting events in Winnipeg and Manitoba.

Commitment to the profession has been important to D’Arcy and he has been involved in the following:

  • 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.
Education
  • 1971 Graduated with a Diploma of Physiotherapy from the University of Manitoba.
  • 1975 Graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Manitoba
Post-Graduate Work and Courses in:
  • Manual Therapy
  • Sports Physiotherapy

Ed Zwingerman – Physiotherapist

Education:

Ed graduated from University of Manitoba in 1976 with a Diploma in Physiotherapy and in 1981 with a Bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy

Work Experience:

Ed has worked in Private practice in Australia and for 34 years at D’Arcy Bain Physiotherapy as a physiotherapist and clinic coordinator.

Advanced Training:

  • Ed has taken many post graduate courses including prana restorative yoga instructor course, running injury courses, chronic pain courses with David Butler, Lorimer Mosely, Neil Pearson.
  • Ed is certified in Progressive Goal Attainment Program.
  • Ed has been certified to practice Acupuncture since 1989.
  • Ed has completed many Manual Therapy and Sports Medicine courses to extensive to list.

Presentations:

  • Ed has also been a presenter at Pan Am symposium on Lumbar Spine.
  • Ed has also presented for the Master’s Physiotherapy Program at the University of Manitoba, community gym and running clubs.
  • Ed was the professional development chairman for 4 years for the Manitoba Physiotherapy Association.

Areas of Interest:

  • Ed’s areas of interest include musculo-skeletal injuries, sports injuries, chronic pain, post-op rehabilitation and industrial rehabilitation. Ed also had interest in injury prevention.
  • Ed was a member of the 1980 Canadian Olympic team as team physiotherapist, as well as the medical coordinator at the Tennis venue for the Pan Am games. Ed has worked as a physiotherapist with many sports such as football, tennis, track and field, gymnastics as well as National and International events.

Personal Information:

  • Ed is married and has 3 grown children. Ed has many passions besides physiotherapy, and they include adventure travel, running, tennis, yoga, cross country skiing, canoeing, curling and fitness.
  • Ed loves to wind-down with a good novel, movie, and loves live theatre and musicals.
  • Ed’s wife would say he may spend too much time watching the Jets, Bombers and Raptors on T.V.
  • Ed is committed to lifelong learning and adjusting his practice to recent research and scientific evidence.

Terry Woodard – Physiotherapist

Academic Background:

  • Bachelor of Science, 1989, University of Manitoba
  • Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation (Physical Therapy), 1993, University of Manitoba
  • F(CAMPT) -Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapists, 2004-Highest Standing in Canada
  • Masters in Clinical Science (Manipulation), 2014, Western University

Teaching/Academic Positions:

  • On Faculty at the University of Manitoba (College of Rehabilitation Sciences) and at Western University
  • Currently one of four fully credentialed Instructors in the Canadian Physiotherapy Association Orthopaedic Division (CPA-OD) for Manitoba
  • One of twenty Examiners in the CPA-OD for all of Canada
  • Has taught post graduate Physiotherapy courses extensively in Manitoba and across Canada

Awards/Distinctions:

Has received awards and commendation for:

  • Mentoring -Leonore Saunders Award 2013 from Manitoba Branch CPA; University teaching- U of M and Western University
  • Clinical credentials- Advanced Diploma of Manual and Manipulative Therapy with credit
  • Obtained grant funding from Manitoba Branch of the CPA and CAMPT (Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy), for the advancement of Orthopaedic Physiotherapy in Manitoba
  • His Western University Clinical Masters Research has been published in a peer reviewed journal

Professional Involvement:

Has actively participated in committee work for:

  • Physiotherapy profession (Business Affairs)
  • College of Physiotherapists of Manitoba (Legislative Committee)
  • University of Manitoba (Admissions-Interviewing and Curriculum Committee)

Treatment Philosophy:

Terry has spent more than 25 years working clinically. He has worked in both the public and private sectors of health care. He is passionate about patient care and dedicated to life long learning, continuing education, teaching in the profession, and working with patients to help them get back to the activities that they love. His philosophy is simple: “move it or lose it”. Whether someone is dealing with: sciatica, frozen shoulder, a total knee or hip replacement, arthritis, post fracture rehabilitation, a car accident, a work related injury, neck pain, a tendinopathy or any musculoskeletal condition….the most important concept is to find a way to keep moving, reduce pain and return to function. He uses evidence based manual therapy (mobilization and manipulation), exercise, soft tissue techniques, education and motivation to help people recover.

Personal Information:

When he is not working at the clinic or teaching he loves travelling with his family, working out, playing sports, and watching his daughter participate in volleyball, dance, track and choir.

Lydia Baydack – Physiotherapist

Lydia graduated from the University of Manitoba with your Bachelor’s Degree in Medical Rehabilitation (Physical Therapy) in 2004. She started her professional career at Concordia Hospital and then began work at D’arcy Bain Physiotherapy as a physiotherapist in the Fall of 2004. Lydia has expanded her knowledge and practice to include Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT) and Post Concussion Management

Education:

  • Graduated from the University of Manitoba with her Bachelor’s Degree in Medical Rehabilitation (Physical Therapy) in 2004

Post Graduate:

  • Certification in Manual Therapy – Levels 1,2 and 3 with the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association
  • Fundamentals of Vestibular Rehabilitation – a Competency Based Course
  • Multiple Concussion Management Courses – including acute and post concussion syndrome management
  • Acupuncture Certification
  • Advanced Exercise and Lifestyle Management
  • Functional Movement Screen (FMS) and Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) Certification
  • Therapeutic (APTEI) and sports therapy taping courses
  • Foot and Ankle biomechanics and treatment (including orthotic prescription)
  • Assessment and treatment of the the Temporomandibular (TMJ) joint
  • Various orthopaedic, sports and exercise physiology courses

Hobbies and Interests:

Lydia greatly enjoys her profession and likes to promote a healthy lifestyle while staying active with yoga, biking, hiking, gardening and spending time with her young family. She believes in the importance of continuing education and enjoys taking courses each year to stay current and knowledgeable to provide the best care possible to her clients.

Erin Majcher – Physiotherapist

Education:

  • University of Manitoba – Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation in Physical Therapy 2007
  • University of Manitoba – Bachelor of Science 2004
  • Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy 2018
  • Intramuscular Dry Needling Certification 2018
  • Acupuncture Certification 2008
  • Manitoba Orthopaedic Division – Chair Elect 2019

Areas of Interest:

Erin has been working in private practice for 10 years and has previously worked in the hospital setting.  Current areas of interest include post-operative, motor vehicle accident, work injuries, sports injuries, osteoarthritis, strains/sprains and pre and post natal musculoskeletal rehabilitation.

Erin strives to find the root cause of the issue at hand and to create an individualized treatment plan to decrease pain and maximize function.  She uses a variety of techniques including mobilization/manipulation, dry needling, acupuncture, soft tissue techniques, taping and exercise.

Her current career goals include continuing to provide excellent patient care and to complete a research course offered through the University of Western Ontario to keep current in evidence based practice.  Erin is also looking forward to future opportunities assisting on the Orthopaedic Division Level Courses.

Personal Information:

When not pursuing further education you can find Erin enjoying working out at the gym, running, choir, golfing, hiking, cycling, piano, baking and spending time with her husband and two young children.

Vanessa Voth – Physiotherapist

Education:

  • Graduated from the University of Manitoba’s Master of Physical Therapy program in 2016
  • Graduated from the University of Manitoba’s Bachelor of Science (Major) program in 2014

Post-Graduate:

  • Completed Level II Upper Quadrant and Lower Quadrant, and Level III Upper Quadrant Orthopedic Division courses.
  • Completed a variety of weekend courses on knee, cervical spine, thoracic spine and lumbar spine dysfunctions
  • Completed Canadian Red Cross- Sport First Responder training

Areas of Interest:

Vanessa has a strong interest and passion for providing musculoskeletal rehabilitation. She continues to pursue further education in orthopedics and manual therapy.

Personal Information:

Outside of the clinic, Vanessa enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling, camping, and playing recreational volleyball.

Vince Francisco, MPT, B.KIN-AT, CAT(C)

Physical Therapist
Certified Athletic Therapist
Education:
  • Graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2015 with a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology – Athletic Therapy (Certified as an Athletic Therapist in Canada).
  • Graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2018 with a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy.
Number of years working in private practice: Four
Recent advanced physiotherapy courses:
  • Currently completing Level II courses for Orthopaedic Division.
  • Mulligan Upper Quadrant Course
  • Treatment Based Classification of Low Back Pain
  • Thoracic Spine from A to Z
  • PT Approach to Cervical Dysfunction & Headaches
Areas of interest:
Musculoskeletal/sports injuries and rehabilitation (acute to chronic conditions); motor vehicle accident (MVA) and work related injuries; hip and knee replacement rehabilitation; fitness programming; post-op surgery rehabilitation; temporomandibular joint dysfunction; concussion management; sports first responder coverage
Personal information:
Vince was born in the Philippines and speaks Tagalog fluently. He likes working out and playing spikeball outdoors. He also plays in indoor/outdoor recreation ultimate leagues. He enjoys traveling with his fiancee and spending quality time with their two dogs, Mikka and Ding Dong.