Injuries are a part of life and a part of sport. Whether you are a weekend warrior, recreational athlete an aspiring Olympian or Paralympian, or a professional athlete, we will help you find what is holding you back from returning to the activities you love after injury. Our promise is to give you confidence that your body and mind are fully prepared to get back to what you love to do. Because performance is not just about elite athletes...Performance is about life.
We offer comprehensive lower body testing, using state of the art force plates and motion sensors, to objectively measure movement. The data is analyzed by our sport intelligence team and we produce a coherent, visually immersive, custom report for the athlete and their medical team. Underpinned by science, research and more than 25 years of working with elite athletes, our team of multi-disciplinary experts use the data to design a Performance Based Training Program to get athletes back to health, back to sport, back to performance.
R2P Profile - $260
The R2P Profile includes testing that measures and compares your level of asymmetry in leg strength, leg power and functional movements like walking, running and jumping. This test is for all levels of athletes with a lower body injury. It will provide you with objective data to pinpoint weaknesses in your lower body.
We will provide you with an individualized report to help you optimize your return to sport. Our goal is also to decrease your risk of re-injury that can be caused by inadequate recovery.
The appointment includes a Physiotherapy Assessment which can be claimed to your private insurance for reimbursement.
Healthy Baseline Performance Testing
Baseline Profile - $175
Baseline Profiling is available for individual athletes or for teams that want to measure a healthy baseline level of functional performance. This can be used to guide return to sport decision making if injuries are sustained or to identify athletes who might be susceptible to injury.
Testing can also be used to assess athletic performance. Baseline testing is a great way to monitor young athletes across their developmental pathway by providing yearly benchmarks and individualized training programs. Our experts will develop injury prevention and training strategies to build resilient and high performing athletes.
Dr. Matt Jordan completed his Master of Science in exercise and muscle physiology and his PhD in medical science at the University of Calgary. Matt got into research for two reasons: first, because of the importance to have an evidence-based system for athletes to return to sport after injury. Second, because he has always been curious about how things work, and he really enjoys being able to work at the intersection between performance coaching and performance science.
Erik completed his Bachelor of Science in human kinetics at the University of Ottawa, his Master of Kinesiology and his Doctorate of Philosophy at the University of Calgary.
Erik’s passion for sport and physical activity initially led him down an education path with the goal of learning more about his own training as an endurance athlete. During this time, an interest in exercise physiology, testing and training perception led him to do graduate school and to work with the Canadian Sport Institute Calgary.
Isabel (Izzy) completed her MSc. in Physical Therapy from the University of Alberta and her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Victoria. She is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the NSCA.
She previously worked on the Knee Team at the University of Alberta’s Glen Sather Sport Medicine Clinic, was a facilitator for their Functional Agility and Strength Training (F.A.S.T) Knee Program and provided performance rehabilitations services. Izzy has a special interest in knee/ACL, hip/groin and tendon rehabilitation that stems from a background in personal training/coaching.
Shayne graduated with his Bachelor of Physical Education from the University of Calgary. He went on to attend the Foothills College of Massage Therapy. He also attended the five year College d'Études Ostéopathiques (CEO) program in Vancouver and his Comprehensive Orthopaedic Assessment Diploma from the Canadian Institute of Manual Therapy.
Shayne was an Integrated Support Team (IST) member for the Canadian national speed skating team from 1995 to 2010. He was a Canadian medical team member for the 2006 Turin and 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games. After 2010, Shayne became an IST member for the Canadian cross-country ski team and was the Medical Coordinator for Cross Country Canada during the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games.
Jeremiah completed his Bachelor of Science from the University of Calgary and his Master in Exercise Science (strength and conditioning) from Edith Cowan University in Perth, Australia.
Jeremiah is the Integrated Support Team (IST) lead for Luge Canada and was a member of the sport’s support team at the 2010, 2014 and 2018 Olympic Games. He is also a key member of the alpine national team, having contributed to Brady Leman’s gold medal performance in PyeongChang. His expertise includes speed and power development, athlete monitoring and return to sport.
Graeme completed a Bachelor of Kinesiology with honour and a Master of Science in exercise physiology from the University of Calgary. Graeme has worked as a strength coach with the University of Calgary Athletic Development Program, and within the provincial sport and college systems with the Alberta Sport Development Centre Northwest.
Since joining the Canadian Sport Institute Calgary full-time in 2013, Graeme has provided coaching and mentoring in the talent development space and led quality assurance initiatives in the Strength & Power Laboratory. Currently, he also focuses on sport science initiatives across a range of disciplines and teams.