Osoyoos 250 495 2225
Oliver 250 498 2202
Grand Forks 250 442 2244
As physiotherapist and Owner of the Osoyoos and South Okanagan Physiotherapy and Active Wellness Centre, Grant offers a holistic approach to treatment.
Grant graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 2006 with his Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy. He later received his certification in acupuncture as well as GTT dry needling from Dr. Gokavi.
Combining manual muscle and joint mobility, with myofascial release, acupuncture, education on self-management and growth, and positive motivation, his goal is to guide the body to its greatest function and potential.
Matthew (Mateusz) Skaszczyk
Matthew completed his Master of Physiotherapy in Poland in 2012 and immigrated to Canada the same year. Matthew was part of the exchange student program throughout his studies, which gave him the opportunity to study in Spain for almost a year. Prior to immigrating to Canada, he also added value to his Physiotherapy practice by completing Musculoskeletal and Neurological courses.
Matthew believes that everyone has the ability to improve their current physical situation. He is passionate about helping clients to create and achieve their goals through his treatment plans. Matthew says that his greatest satisfaction is seeing patients reach their full physical potential.
During his leisure time Matthew enjoys a variety of physical activities including running, swimming and playing soccer. He believes that BC is the perfect fit for him!
Sally has been serving the communities of Osoyoos and the South Okanagan since 1981 as owner of the clinic, prior to passing the torch to Grant Storzuk in 2012.
As a physiotherapist, Sally has a preferred interest in neurological conditions finding this knowledge very beneficial when understanding all orthopedic conditions. Sally is passionate about helping people and puts her heart and English Charm into helping and teaching the community.
Sally also works for the Osoyoos Physiotherapy and Active Wellness Centre treating students in School District 53.
Originally from Ontario, Danny moved to England to obtain his Masters in Physiotherapy from Leeds Beckett University. Danny believes in using a combination of treatment approaches to best help clients achieve their goals. From education, exercise, manual therapy, acupuncture, therapeutic modalities, and prevention strategies, Danny works with his clients to create treatment plans individually tailored to their needs. He strives to get clients moving and feeling their best, and to leave them with the tools to maintain and continue their progress after physiotherapy.
An avid traveller, Danny has spent time living in New Zealand, Australia, Czech Republic, Ecuador, and Spain before settling down in BC.
Telma graduated from Leeds Beckett University with a Master’s degree in Physiotherapy. Using a combination of treatment approaches, Telma aims to work towards her client’s goals through providing evidence-based and individualized treatment.
She has completed further training in areas such as Acupuncture and Dry Needling, Clinical Pilates, and Pelvic Health Rehabilitation. Telma has a special interest in Pelvic Floor Therapy. She has completed various Pelvic Health courses to treat men and women experiencing bladder, bowel, and sexual dysfunction. She strives to assist individuals optimize function of their pelvic floor and core region through a combination of exercise, manual therapy, and lifestyle education. In her spare time, Telma keeps active through a variety of sports and is always keen on trying new activities. When less energetic, she can be found mastering the state of relaxation while reading a good book.
Jenelle completed her Masters of Physical Therapy Degree (MPT) in 2019 after completing her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology (Honours) Degree in 2017, both at the University of Saskatchewan. During the MPT program, Jenelle was awarded the Marjorie Braid Award for academic proficiency in the area of orthopaedics. While completing both degrees, Jenelle also played 5 years with the University of Saskatchewan Huskie Womens Soccer Team.
Jenelle is passionate about helping others based on their individual needs and empowering them through exercise and movement. Through her own journey with injury and chronic pain, Jenelle knows how important it is to get you back doing the things you are passionate about (and to feel great doing it!).
In 2010 Ashley became a Certified Personal Trainer and Fitness Instructor. This path has provided her with optimal and outstanding experience where she worked with healthy individuals, athletes, post surgery, disabled, chronic conditions, and aging. Her experience opened the doors to then pursue an education in Kinesiology where she can further work with individuals in the rehab setting to further increase her clients quality of life. Ashley gained substantial experience in her placement as a Student Athletic Trainer for UBCO Athletics while being mentored by Athletic Therapists.
Ashley is a registered Kinesiologist and Personal Trainer, and loving her career path. Outside of work, you can find Ashley out on the cliffs rock climbing, on the trails mountain biking, in the alpine backpacking, or on the slopes snowboarding.
Des is an Okanagan born and raised energetic individual. He graduated from UBC Okanagan with a degree in Human Kinetics with a focus in clinical exercise physiology. Des has a special interest in tendon health and rehabilitation.
In 2010 Des was injured in a car accident and saw great results from many healthcare practitioners. This gave him a first hand experience in the world of rehabilitation and injury management and sparked his interest in becoming a kinesiologist.
On the performance side of kinesiology, Des has trained at a world class level competing in the Karate world championships, and high-level college basketball. Among competing, he has also worked with the Kelowna Rockets WHL team, college basketball teams, and other high-level competitive athletes.
Andrea is a graduate from the Okanagan Valley of Massage Therapy in Vernon, BC. She is very excited to start her practice in Osoyoos. Andrea began her education at The College of New Caledonia in Prince George, BC studying Kinesiology, which sparked her interest in human anatomy. Seeking a rewarding career that truly helps people better themselves and their bodies, Andrea found herself starting her manual therapy practices at OVCMT where she gained lots of experience and knowledge.
While at school, she worked with all different walks of life with the outreach programs and very much appreciated everything she learned from each of her patients. She believes that each person can benefit from an individualized unique plan, based on thorough assessment and testing to better their path to optimal health and wellbeing.
Andrea is very eager to work with the community of Osoyoos! In her off time, she enjoys playing with her puppy Betty, kayaking, and going on tours around the South Okanagan’s wine country.
Married to a farm boy, fur mom, lover of plaid, admirer of coffee, eater of waffles, amateur photographer, adventurous explorer, vintage vehicle enthusiast, and smile wearer.