Kootenays

Cory Cameron

Cory is a Certified Athletic Therapist in Cranbrook and works throughout the East Kootenays.  Cory is the Athletic Consultant with the Kootenay Ice of the WHL, and is currently in his 12th season working in the Western Hockey League.  Cory works extensively with local groups in Concussion Education and Management.  Cory is the Head Athletic Therapist with Hockey Canada's National Men's Sledge Hockey team, and has had extensive experience working with Hockey Canada National Teams and Program of Excellence.

Fri 24th - 5:00 pm to Sat 25th - 8:00 pm
Winter Sports Seminar: In its 6th year, the Winter Sports Seminar is proud to have Dr. Peter Salat, MD, FRCPC (Radiologist) as the keynote speaker in 2017. This six-hour course will expand your understanding of sports and orthopaedic injury to the upper-extremity and spine. Radiographic diagnosis as well as the cutting-edge, evidence-based management of upper extremity and spinal injury will be covered. This course is an knowledge-building adjunct for any individual working in a multi-disciplinary environment. It is well-suited and attended by sports medicine focused MDs, PTs, DCs, NDs, RMTs...

Kootenay Health Services

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250-352-1116
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250-352-1118

Kootenay Health Services Inc. (KHS) is an interdisciplinary rehabilitation clinic located in Nelson, BC. Staff clinicians are highly experienced in their specific areas of interest. KHS is comprised of 3 Occupational Therapists, 4 Physiotherapists, 2 Kinesiologists, 2 Hand Therapists, 1 Physician, 1 Psychologist, and 2 Support Staff. Due to the multifaceted nature of our services, KHS serves the large geographical area of the East and West Kootenays.

Linda Johannson

Linda is a sport & emergency physician in Nelson, BC.  She works with Whitewater Ski Patrol, and Mike Wiegele Helicopter Skiing, where she is a certified ski guide and mountain rescue physician.  She has also worked for the Canadian Alpine Ski Team as part of the Medical Group.  She does consultations in Sport Medicine in Nelson as well as in remote communities, and has served on medical crews for various events, and as expedition physician for high altitude ascents in Nepal.  She is an instructor in wilderness pre-hospital medicine and a co-developer of The Wilderne

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