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

Education
  • 1976 Graduated with a Diploma of Physical Therapy from the University of Manitoba.
  • 1981 Graduated with a Bachelor of Physical Therapy from the University of Manitoba.
Post graduate:
  • Manual therapy courses with the Orthopedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
  • Acupuncture certification
  • Certification course in Functional Capacity Assessment.
  • PGAP trained and certified
  • Ergonomic course
  • Running course
  • Stuart McGill course
  • Taping course
  • Trained in Functional Movement System (FMS) and Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA)
  • Chronic pain courses:
    •  Advanced Pain Science Course-Neil Pearson
    • Sensitized nervous system – David Butler
    • Explain Pain “The Masterclass” – Dr. Lorimer Mosley
    • Many sports and orthopedic and exercise physiology courses.
Volunteer:
  • Team Therapist – Fort Gary Lions Football Club – 1975-1976
  • Team Therapist – Hawkeyes football Club – 1978
  • Event Therapist – Canadian Winter Games, Brandon Manitoba – 1979
  • Alternate Therapist – Pan American Games, South America – 1979
  • Team Therapist – Canadian Olympic Team, Lake Placid – 1980
  • Pan Am Games – Medical Venue Team Coordinator Tennis – 1999
  • Many local, provincial, and international competitions.
  • Volunteered as physiotherapist at several professional golf and curling events
  • Served 4 years as chairman of the Professional Development Committee of the Manitoba Physiotherapy Association
Interests:
  • Curling
  • Long distance running (marathon)
  • Skiing
  • Tennis
  • Yoga
  • Fitness
  • Adventure Holidays

Kim Shaw

Kim spent her first four years as a staff therapist as the HSC in the areas of cardiorespiratory, neurology and orthopaedics in both the acute and rehabilitation settings. She joined the D’Arcy Bain McPhillips clinic in 1987. Kim’s treatment philosophy is a “hands on” manual therapy approach that also incorporates exercise and functional activities specific to each client’s recovery. Acupuncture, cupping, and therapeutic yoga are adjunct therapies that Kim employs.

Kim is a staff therapist working with clients in the clinic, she also leads therapeutic yoga classes and is a team member of the D’Arcy Bain Reconditioning Program.

 Education: 

  • Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation in Physiotherapy from the University of Manitoba (Gold Medalist)
  • Part A Manual Therapist Canadian Orthopedic Division 1985
  • Acupuncture license
  • PGAP Certified
  • Trained in Functional Movement System (FMS) and Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA)
  • Advanced Pain Science – Neil Pearson
  • Sensitized Nervous System – David Butler

Various orthopedic courses including Running Assessment, Taping, Orthotics Prescription and Casting

Professional and Volunteer Activities: 

  • Orthopedic Division Committee Member
  • Orthopedic Instructor for the School of Medical Rehabilitation at the University of Manitoba
  • Event Therapist Pan Am Games 1999
  • Event Therapist Physio Fit Run 2000 – present
  • Group Fitness Instructor YM/YWCA
  • Injury Prevention presentations for various community groups

Terry Woodard

Education
  • Graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in 1989 from the University of Manitoba
  • Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation (Physical Therapy) in 1993 from the University of Manitoba.
Post Graduate:
  • Certificate of Intermediate Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy 2003
  • Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy 2004
Volunteer:
  • Member of the Physical Therapy Interview Panel – 1992 – Present
  • Past Business Affairs Chair, Canadian Physiotherapy Association (Manitoba Branch)
  • Member of the Susan A. MacDonald Awards Committee
  • Member of the Ad Hoc Committee looking at entrance requirements for the Masters in Physiotherapy program
Interests:
  • The impact of Manipulative Physiotherapy on pain

Denise Colburn

Education
  • Graduated with a Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation (Physical Therapy) in 2001 from the University of Manitoba.
Post Graduate:
  • Manual therapy courses with the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association
  • Advanced Exercise and Lifestyle Management, other various courses in exercise, orthopaedic and sports injuries
  • Women’s Health with the Canadian Physiotherapy Association
  • High Risk Pregnancy and Postpartum Issues with the American Physical Therapy Association
  • Pre and Postnatal Fitness Certification
Volunteer:
  • Timbits Soccer Club–Sport Manitoba certified Respect in Sport Coach since 2008
  • PhysioFit Run Volunteer Coordinator 2001-2004
  • Sports Physiotherapy Canada 1998-2001
  • Speaker for local community events regarding Pre and Postnatal Fitness and Physiotherapy
Interests:
  • Co-creator and Instructor of PhysioFit Mom programming
  • Running, exercise, pregnancy, children’s fitness
  • Furthering skills and knowledge in treatment of orthopaedic, sports and pregnancy-related conditions

Lydia Baydack

Lydia graduated from the University of Manitoba with her Bachelor’s Degree in Medical Rehabilitation (Physical Therapy) in 2004. She started her professional career at Concordia Hospital and then began to work at D’arcy Bain Physiotherapy as a physiotherapist in the Fall of 2004. Over the past 10 years Lydia has enjoyed working with her clients in the clinic and at the pool.

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 Orthopedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association
  • Acupuncture Certification
  • Functional Movement Screen (FMS) and Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) Certification
  • Advanced Exercise and Lifestyle Management
  • Therapeutic (APTEI) and sports therapy taping courses
  • Foot and Ankle biomechanics and treatment (including orthotic prescription)
  • Assessment and treatment of the Temporomandibular (TMJ) Joint
  • Various orthopedic, sports and exercise physiology courses
Volunteer:
  • PhysioFit Run volunteer
  • Event therapist for various sporting events throughout Manitoba
Interests:

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

Erin Majcher

Erin Majcher graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2007 with a Bachelors of Medical Rehabilitation in Physiotherapy. Her first degree was a Bachelors of General Science also from the University of Manitoba. She spent her first year post graduation working in the hospital setting doing inpatient and outpatient physiotherapy and then made the transition into private clinic. Erin is licensed in acupuncture and is currently pursuing her manual therapy orthopaedic levels to become certified in manipulation. She is certified in level I and level II of the Selective Functional Movement Assessment and has also taken a number of other orthopaedic courses including McKenzie, Mulligan and muscle energy. Her goal with treatment is to use all of the knowledge and tools gained through experience and study to maximize body function.

Erin has volunteered as a committee member for both the College of Physiotherapists of Manitoba and Manitoba Physiotherapy Association. In her free time she enjoys playing soccer, strength training, singing , playing piano and is a proud mother of twins.

Education
  • graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2007 with a Bachelors of Medical Rehabilitation in Physiotherapy.