Scott holds the position of president of Quarry Physiotherapy. He recently has devoted his time to a full-time management and business development role and has removed himself from an active patient caseload. On occasion Scott steps in to help with vacation relief or during periods of staff shortages and will be seen working out of one of the locations.
Scott graduated from the University of Manitoba in 1987. Since graduation Scott has continued his pursuit of knowledge with extensive post graduate studies in musculoskeletal disorders. While playing Junior Hockey with the St. James Canadians, Scott was introduced to physiotherapy as a patient. Now Scott is able to return that first hand experience back to his patients.
Scott's professional interests are diverse. He enjoys treating post surgical conditions and musculoskeletal injuries. His involvement in sports physiotherapy ranges from his grass roots experience as a trainer with hockey and football, a therapist at two Canada Games to coordinating the medical needs for the Baseball venues at the 1999 Pan Am Games.
As an avid cyclist, Scott has participated in many competitive mountain biking events including the "Trans Rockies Mountain Bike Race". Scott and his partner Phil Roadley completed the 7 day staged international event covering 600 km in distance and 15,000 meters in climbing in a respectable 9th place in their age category. Scott was able to raise $6,500 for the Arthritis Society Joints in Motion campaign as a tribute to his many patients suffering from arthritis.
Stephanie Roberecki BMR-PT
Stephanie has enjoyed many varied experiences as a physiotherapist since graduation from the University of Manitoba in 1986. These includes; induction into the Manitoba Runners Association as a builder in 2016; Race Director of the Physio Fit Run since 1991; presenting at seminars for The Running Room, City Park Runners, MEC, Triathlon Clubs, Joints In Motion, Manitoba Hydro, Canadian Pacific Railway regarding injury prevention, stretching exercises, office ergonomics; 10km clinic instructor for The Running Room, five years as a trainer for Winnipeg Hawkeyes Junior Football club, volunteer for numerous sporting events at all levels including Canada Games and Western Canada Summer Games, medical coordinator for the cycling venues 1999 Pan American Games; Chairperson Physiotherapy Alliance and Sport Physiotherapy Division Manitoba Branch. Academically she holds a Sport Physiotherapy Canada Certificate Level. Numerous courses identified by the Canadian Physiotherapy Orthopaedic Division, Sports Physiotherapy Division, Canadian Physiotherapy Association have been utilized to increase her knowledge base. She was awarded the Lenore Saunders Award in 2007 to recognize contribution to the profession. Special interests include the treatment of running injuries due to her extensive athletic background, including full marathons, half marathons, triathlons and Ironman Canada in 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2014. In 2015 Stephanie Roberecki ran the Boston Marathon which was a lifelong dream come true! An avid mountain bike enthusiast and recreational downhill skier, it is realized that injuries are in fact a part of an active lifestyle!! Life is meant to be lived and Stephanie will do her best to keep you moving.
Scott Allan and Stephanie Roberecki opened Quarry Physiotherapy in Stonewall in 1994. The clinic has grown significantly since then and continues to grow. The clinics in Gimli and Arborg were added to provide more comprehensive patient care to the Interlake. Service excellence is the desired result of the countless hours of dedication to the businesses. Stephanie is actively involved with the Interlake Clinics in marketing and promotion capacity!
Sherry Scott BMR-PT
Soon after her 1989 graduation from R.D. Parker Collegiate in Thompson, Manitoba, Sherry moved to Winnipeg, in which she has continues to live and call home. Initial achievement of her certificate in Medical Radiological Technology, with Medical Laboratory Assistant, introduced Sherry to the hospital and medical system. Experience and knowledge acquired in both acute and chronic care settings spurred Sherry to expand her focus and explore the primary care giver role.
Sherry returned to school to graduate from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor Degree in Medical Rehabilitation in 2003 and has since pursued her interest of musculoskeletal rehabilitation in both the hospital and private clinic setting. Sherry currently works in a clinic where she manages a full case load and diverse clientele which can range from individuals involved in motor vehicle accidents or injured on the job, to runners and athletes, as well as individuals suffering from both acute and chronic injuries. Sherry actively strives to further her knowledge and continuing education having completed numerous courses that include management courses through U of W, manual therapy levels through the Orthopaedic division, and has also achieved certification in acupuncture through the International Foundation to mention a few. In her spare time Sherry can be found teaching a clinic at the Running Room with her partner Stephanie Roberecki or out for a jog in the park.