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Our physical therapists are passionate about helping you live life to the fullest! Let us help you improve your pain, range of motion, strength, function, sport performance or whatever else your goals may be!


Ehryn Crane BScPT, FCAMPT, Clinic Owner


Ehryn graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Saskatchewan in 2005.  He has completed his advanced physical therapy examination which grants him the designation of FCAMPT, the highest level of manual therapy training offered by the orthopaedic division of Canada.  In addition to his extensive schooling in manual therapy, Ehryn has also pursued a number of other post-graduate courses including strength training, rehabilitation of the hip and myofascial release.  He is passionate about connecting with people and uses his significant experience in educating clients, designing therapeutic exercise programs and manual therapy to optimize outcomes for the clients he treats.  In his spare time, Ehryn enjoys rock climbing, ultimate frisbee and traveling the world with his lovely wife.


Ashley Cripps MScPT, FCAMPT, CAFCI, Clinic Owner


Ashley completed her undergraduate degree in Honours Physiology at the University of Alberta in 2006 and graduated from the Master of Science in Physical Therapy program in 2009.  Since then she has pursued a number of post-graduate courses including manual therapy, myofascial release, Mulligan concepts and mobilization of soft tissue and has successfully completed the Advanced Physical Therapy Exam and earned her FCAMPT designation.  She has also completed the AFCI acupuncture program and is a certified acupuncturist.   Ashley is dedicated to tailoring a treatment program for each individual client based on their injuries and needs and enjoys helping people return to their active lifestyle. In her spare time Ashley likes to run, golf, rock climb and travel the world with her husband.




Chantal Pinsent MScPT, CAFCI


Chantal graduated from the University of Alberta in 2010 with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy. She has extensive clinical experience with chronic pain, geriatrics and pre-school aged pediatric clients.

Over the last few years Chantal has taken a special interest in pelvic health, helping women through pregnancy, post delivery recovery and menopause. She treats:
-painful intercourse
-pelvic organ prolapse
-diastasis recti
-associated low back, tailbone, pubic bone and hip pain

She is passionate about getting women back to the activities they love!

She is a certified acupuncturist, having completed the nationally recognized AFCI acupuncture program, and has completed both the basic and advanced levels of the Gokavi Transverse Technique dry needling course. Chantal is also continuing her advanced training in manual therapy, through the Orthopedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, to keep up to date with the most innovative rehabilitation techniques available. Chantal’s interests include running, biking, basketball, golf and snowboarding, and she is always looking for new physical challenges!


Kerri Graham BScPT, CAFCI


Kerri grew up in Yellowknife, NWT. She graduated from the University of Alberta in 1996 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Therapy. Since that time, she has worked primarily in private practice in Edmonton and surrounding areas, as well as in New South Wales, Australia. She has treated numerous orthopaedic conditions, including those resulting from motor vehicle accidents and sports. Over the years, Kerri has attended a variety of post graduate courses in manual therapy, exercise prescription and acupuncture, to name a few. She is presently certified with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada to provide medical acupuncture and is on the spinal manipulation roster with the College of Physical Therapists of Alberta. She is a strong believer in the provision of individualized, quality care and strives to help clients to be as independent and involved in their rehabilitation as possible. Outside of work, Kerri loves to spend time with her family, hike and travel.




Greg Bamber MScPT

Greg graduated from the University of Alberta with a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy in 2017. He also completed a Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology.

Greg has a keen interest in working with anyone who walks through the door, whether you are a high performance athlete, weekend warrior, or a grandparent looking to get rid of your pain. His treatment approach is largely based on individualized manual therapy and prescriptive exercise. He also strives to educate clients on their injury and their potential recovery strategies, as a mutual understanding is crucial for successful rehabilitation. Greg’s ultimate goal when working with clients is to leave them with the framework to independently manage their injury and prevent it from re-occurring via long-term exercise programming. In order to serve his clients best, he is pursuing continuing education through the CPA manual therapy levels and plans on continuing down this path in the near future.

Greg’s passion for physiotherapy and sport performance largely stems from his athletic background, playing high-level soccer and hockey throughout the province in his youth. Outside of the clinic, you will find him trying to improve his fitness levels in the gym, on the soccer pitch, or on the local river valley bike trails. He is also an enthusiastic sports fan, so his leisure time is often spent cheering for his favourite teams alongside family and friends.


Alec Kadychenka, RMT

Alec grauated from the University of Physical Culture and Sport in the Republic of Belarus in 1996.  He specialized in Rehabilitation and Sport Massage and has now completed a total of 4,300 hours of education.

Alec was

born and raised in Belarus, and found his way to Canada in 2008. He moved to Edmonton with his wife and two kids. After completion of the LINC program, he completed the physical therapy assistant program at NorQuest College in 2009. In order to become a licensed RMT in Alberta, he continued his postgraduate education in therapeutic massage at Aromatherapy Wholistic Centre in Edmonton, and is a Registered Massage Therapist with the Natural Health Care Practitioners of Canada (NHPC # 15491), with a total of 2,200 education hours as of 2010.

Alec has a long history in Rehabilitation and Sport Massage and is dedicated to helping people with a wide variety of conditions.  He incorporates various techniques into his individualized treatment plans, allowing him to manage and treat various injuries and conditions, both acute and chronic.  In the last 5 years, he has specialized in treating Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) patients.  He has also received postgraduate schooling in pre and post natal massage, as well as lymphatic drainage. Working at Corona Station Physical Therapy has allowed Alec to collaborate with other health professionals and to develop innovative massage techniques and remedies to better benefit his clientele.  He offers a complete massage experience, providing patients with education and the tools they need to further decrease pain and dysfunction at home.

Alec has been involved in sports his whole life and holds a Brown Belt in Karate.  He is extremely passionate about health and fitness and believes that massage therapy is an effective tool for treating pain, as well as preventing injury.


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