Vancouver Island - Central Coast

Stefan Scott

Senior Laboratory Coordinator, Human Anatomy Lab, School of Exercise Science, Physical & Health Education, University of Victoria. University of Ottawa, BSc Human Kinetics 1996. University of Victoria, MSc Sport and Exercise Science, 2000.

Stacey Scott

Dr. Stacey Scott graduated from The Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College: Doctor of Chiropractic, 1989; summa cum laude, clinic honours and recipient of the Mark A. King Award. She also completed both part I and II of the American Team Physician's course.

Dr. Scott's keen interest in sports injuries and working with athletes led her to undertake an additional three years of training, which culminated in her receiving a sports injury and rehabilitation fellowship in 1996. With this she earned the Canadian Chiropractic Association sports specialist designation.

Wendy Pethick

Wendy Pethick is a Physiologist and Manager of the Canadian Sport Centre Pacific's Performance Lab in Victoria. In addition to testing athletes and members of the RCMP, Canadian Coast Guard and the BC Forestry Service (BCFS) she has been involved in Wellness projects for the RCMP and BCFS and has extensive teaching experience in the areas of Human Physiology, Exercise Physiology, Measurement & Evaluation, and Exercise Prescription.

Lori Race

Lori has been in practice in Victoria for over 7 years. She has a degree in Kinesiology from the University of Victoria and was a varsity volleyball player at Malaspina college and UVIC. She has done many hours of course work and training with a leading MSK acupuncturist in San Diego named Matt Callison and has treated Olympic level rowers, collegiate volleyball players, lacrosse and soccer players and all levels of runners.

Kim Oslund

Kim is a Certified Athletic Therapist, a graduate from the University of Victoria with a Bachelor of Science and a graduate of Sheridan College’s Sports Injury Management Program with a Diploma in Sports Injury Management.  She was a member of the University of Victoria Women’s Basketball program winning two National Championships in 1998 & 2000 respectively.