1A-123 Lenore Dr,
Saskatoon, SK S7K 7H9
Monday - Friday
9:00 am to 6:00 pm
* Saturday and evening appointments available on request
- Initial Assessment: $95.00
- Follow-up Treatments: $75.00
Randall Cyrenne graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 1993. He first worked in Florida for five years, in mostly stroke and spinal cord rehabilitation, as well as having managed departments. After returning to Canada in 1999, he began working at Armstrong's Physiotherapy, and since then has focused on treating musculo-skeletal injuries. He enjoys seeing a wide variety of patients, having treated everyone from newborns to seniors in a single day. He especially appreciates the opportunity to meet patients dealing with chronic pain, unusual conditions, or difficult-to-diagnose problems. His patients typically can expect manual therapy, but also education and instruction in movement, posture, and home exercises.
Randall's training since graduation has included courses in orthopedics, vertigo and balance issues, mobilization of the nervous system, myofascial release, movement impairment syndromes, pain science, and clinical reasoning.
Outside of the clinic, Randall enjoys cycling (including to and from work), reading, travel, and his home theatre. His greatest joy comes with the raising of his two children, alongside his wife of over twenty years. He also writes and edits articles on popular culture.
B.Sc. Kin, Exercise Therapist
Michelle graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a degree in Kinesiology, majoring in Physical Education. She then went on to further her education by completing the Certified Exercise Physiology course through CSEP. Michelle enjoys participating and watching all sports, but has a particular passion for figure skating, where she competed herself for many years. She enjoys interacting and getting to know her clients, and being able to provide them with instruction and education.
Outside of being at the clinic, Michelle enjoys spending time with her husband, young daughter, and dog.