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Alexis Campbell RMT

Alexis joined the Sage Creek Physiotherapy team immediately after graduation from The Massage Therapy College of Manitoba as a Registered Massage Therapist.

Alexis grew up along the shores of the Hudson Bay in the town of Churchill, Manitoba. She loves Winnipeg but her heart is in the north; the cool fresh air, colourful sunsets & of course her grandparents make it hard not to miss. An avid outdoor fanatic, she can often be found planning her next hunting, fishing or hiking adventure. She enjoys the simple things in life, baking, cooking and all things cats!

Lori Jacobson RMT

Lori Jacobson RMT

Lori graduated from the Massage Therapy College of Manitoba in June of 2000 and has been practicing massage therapy full time ever since. 

If not working Lori enjoys helping people through massage therapy.   You can find her at the gym or most likely at a rink watching her 2 boys playing hockey.  Lori grew up in a small town and enjoys all things that remind her of the country!!

She is known mostly for deep tissue work and has a lot of experience with frozen shoulder treatments and those who suffer from autoimmune and neurological disorders.  After over 17 years of working with people through massage therapy Lori has developed a great portfolio of experience and will continue to learn every day. 

Chris Millard RMT

Chris graduated from the Massage Therapy College of Manitoba in 2008. He owned and operated his own clinic for 5 years. He currently supervises the student massage clinic and various student outreaches at Robertson College. 

Throughout his years in practice he has treated marathon runners, triathletes, ultra-runners and weekend warriors. He has worked with athletes at all levels- Professional and amateur. Chris has training in acupuncture, kinesiotaping, cupping and IASTM. He is currently pursuing certification in Sport Massage and is a member of the Canadian Sport Massage Therapist Association.

For the past two years, he has been volunteering with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers Football Club with their research study on Efficacy of massage Protocol as part of muscle recovery. Chris was also part of the Massage/Medical team at the recent Canada Summer Games.

In 2017 he was the recipient of the Merit Award of Excellence by the Massage Therapy Association of Manitoba.

When he is not working, he enjoys scuba diving, obstacle course racing, winter fat biking (tires are twice the width and mainly off road) and running.

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