We are an energetic team of licensed physical therapists that provide comprehensive physiotherapy assessments and treatments in the comfort and convenience of your home
Our talented team:
Sarah Zarowny, PKin
Sarah graduated from the University of Alberta in 2013 with a degree in Physical Education, specializing in health psychology. She also received a diploma from Red Deer College in Kinesiology in 2011, specializing in health & fitness promotion. Sarah works alongside clients to help them to reach their rehab goals using the utmost care, respect, and compassion.
Sarah is also a certified yoga instructor - when she is not with clients or on the golf course you can usually find her on her yoga mat. Sarah's greatest honor however is assisting clients to regain functional mobility, independence, and an increased quality of life.
Adam Teece, PT, MCISc, MScPT, FCAMPT, CAFCI
Adam completed a Masters of Science degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Alberta in 2011. More recently he furthered his education by completing a Masters of Clinical Science degree from the University of Western Ontario in 2016 to further focus in orthopaedics, advanced management of musculoskeletal conditions, and spinal manipulation. He is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physical Therapists and is certified in acupuncture from the AFCI. He is a clinical instructor with the University of Alberta, NorQuest College, and MacEwan University.
Adam's main areas of interest are in the diagnosis and treatment of low back and neck disorders and the management of chronic pain. He has experience in the development of treatment plans for all body parts and has worked extensively in post-surgical and motor vehicle accident rehab. In his spare time Adam enjoys yoga, weightlifting, and dodgeball and is involved in Edmonton's theatre community.
Adam Bulat, Occupational Therapist
Adam has been working as an occupational therapist since graduating from the u of a in 2008. His career started in long term care facilities where he was responsible for many roles including: wheelchair assessment and fitting, equipment prescription, transfer assessments, and exercise programming. Further to this he took a lead on the wound care team for prevention, wound assessment, dressing selections and pressure redistribution devices.
He is currently working at the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital on a geriatric assessment unit. His current role is focused on active rehabilitation to enable patients to return to their home. A significant portion of his job is devoted to cognitive assessment/evaluation. Wherever you find him you can be sure to see a smile on his face!
Kory Howard, PKin
Kory has a Bachelor of Physical Education with a major in Sports Performance. He serves on the board of directors for the Alberta Kinesiology Association and is a certified personal trainer through the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology. He also volunteers with the Older Adult Fall Prevention Action Committee, and works to incorporate fall prevention strategies into daily exercise programs. He takes advantage of the great outdoors in pursuing fly fishing, hiking, and ultra marathon trail running. In the city he races triathlons, golfs and plays hockey. Kory prepares and individual treatment plans to help patients achieve their mobility goals and improve independence, function and autonomy.
Arri McWatt, Physical Therapist
Arri graduated a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy in 2010 from the University of Alberta. He received a Bachelor of Science in Biopsychology from the University of Victoria in 2007. Arri has completed his certificate in Medical Acupuncture from the AFCI. He has advanced his manual therapy skills by taking Level 2 Manual Therapy Lower from the Orthopaedic Division of Canada, Charlie Kelly’s manual mobilization of muscles course, Jim Meadows’ peripheral joint manipulation course and Mulligan upper extremity mobilization. He is taking additional advance manual therapy courses as well.
Arri grew up in small Northern Alberta town of Fairview where he played hockey, volleyball, golf, soccer, and squash. He has been involved in coaching volleyball and hockey and is hoping to get back into coaching soon.
Arri has travelled extensively across Canada, Australia,the Caribbean and soon to be Thailand and Southeast Asia. He plays recreational hockey, volleyball, squash, golf, has taken part in two adventure races in Edmonton and the Great Canadian Death Race.
Arri enjoys working with a variety of patients, from old to young, with a variety of conditions. He enjoys the challenge of developing a treatment plan to suit the individual needs of the patient and the resources available.
Erik Parkin, PKin
Erik Parkin is the CEO and Founder of HCR Solutions. His passion for the sport sciences along with the need for interdisciplinary rehabilitative services in Alberta culminated into the formation of HCR Solutions. Erik is also currently serving on the Board of Directors for the Alberta Kinesiology Association.
B.A. Kinesiology and Sports History, University of Alberta, Augustana faculty graduate, 2005
Kinesio Taping-KT1,KT2 certification
Interests: Adventure Racing, Alpine hiking, Climbing, Hockey & Golf
Erin Lovell, Physical Therapist
Bachelor of Science from the University of Alberta (BSc) 2004
Masters of Science in Physical Therapy (MScPT) 2007
Certificate in Medical Acupuncture (CMAc) 2008
Level 1 Orthopedic Course
Interests: Hiking, Horseback riding, Piano & Painting
Jamie Farbridge, RKin
Jamie graduated with a Bachelor Degree from the University of Alberta in Physical Education and Recreation: Sport Performance Concentration in 2010.
Prior to that she received a Diploma from Red Deer College in Kinesiology: Adapted Physical Education Concentration.
She has taken it upon herself to continue with her education by participating in courses offered in functional testing and exercise prescription. Jamie enjoys working with the variety of clients seen at HCR Solutions and feels confident making sure the utmost care and consideration is taken when developing individualized treatment plans.
TJ Mussbacher, Athletic Therapist
TJ Mussbacher came onboard with HCR Solutions in December of 2010. He combines his experience in athletics with his desire to rehabilitate everyone from the elite athlete, to the weekend warrior, to those that are losing their independence. TJ draws from his experience with elite athletes from the University of Alberta varsity teams, as well as many youth sport programs.
Bachelor of Physical Education and Recreation – University of Alberta, 2008 Advanced Certificate in Athletic Therapy – Mount Royal University, 2009 Certified Athletic Therapist – Canadian Athletic Therapy Association – 2010
Interests: Hockey, Hiking & Golf
Lisa graduated with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Alberta in 2010. She has completed her training in acupuncture with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute. Lisa has also continued to further her education in orthopedics with advanced training in spinal manipulation.
Manual therapy, specific exercise and acupuncture along with other modalities are the tools Lisa will use to help you achieve your goals. In addition to orthopedic issues, she has taken a special interest in dizziness. She has training in assessing and treating benign paroxysmal positional vertigo and other vestibular disorders.
Lisa comes to Calgary from Salmon Arm, British Columbia where she gained significant experience in a busy clinic treating clients of all ages with a wide range of issues. She is an avid soccer player and also enjoys a variety of activities. These include hiking, golf, volleyball, yoga and snowboarding.
Kurtis graduated from the University of Alberta in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. He has a passion for the health sciences and for being active in a multitude of sports. He loves spending his spare time snowboarding, hitting the gym and working on his ballet routines.
Taman graduated from the University of Alberta in 2015 with a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy. Taman enjoys treating active individuals of all ages. He is interested in pursuing postgraduate courses for treatment of concussion as well as sport-specific athlete screening and program design to minimize and prevent injury. A former hockey and volleyball player, Taman now stays active doing Crossfit, Olympic Weightlifting, mountain biking and coaching mobility classes in the community. The rest of his spare time is spent hanging out with his wife, friends and dog. Taman's hope is to help people return to the activities they enjoy free of pain and with the tools and knowledge to prevent future injury.
Shannon Zahara, Masage Therapist
I graduated from MH Vicars School of massage therapy in 2011. I have a strong belief in taking a holistic approach to healthcare and rehabilitation, and have witnessed the benefits of massage therapy as a part of that approach. Increasing quality of life, whether it is through pain management, addressing mobility concerns, or stress relief, is a definite passion of mine. I bring an open mind and positive approach to my practice and enjoy the challenge of working with a wide range of needs.
An active lifestyle is very important to me, and I enjoy a variety of outdoor activities. Running year round enhances my physical as well as social health. In the winter Ialso enjoy skiing, while cycling and gardening take up much of my spare time in the summers.