Our Physiotherapists are all independant business owners who combine their skills and work together to provide a full range of physiotherapy services to our community.
Cory Pahl, BMR, PT
Cory was trained at University of Manitoba, graduating in 2004. He has worked in orthopaedic private practice since that time, with a focus on orthopaedics, pain management, and neuromuscular disease. He has worked with sports teams for injury management, and has worked extensively with patients with sports, motor vehicle and work injuries. A member of the Orthopaedic Division, he is a trained manual therapist. He also works in Senior's Health, and works a portion of his time in community care to assist with injury prevention/rehabilitation in the elder population. He is committed to providing the highest quality of physical therapy for the residents of Qualicum Beach and area.
Ezra Canfield, MPT, BSc Kin.
Ezra completed a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at the University of Victoria in 2009, a Master of Science in Physical Therapy at Queens University in 2012 and became certified in IMS (dry needling) Therapy early in 2015. Ezra has also taken several post-graduate courses in manual therapy and exercise prescription which have led him to emphasize a functional approach to rehabilitation. He keeps active with various outdoor activities and encourages an active and healthy lifestyle in his patients.
Kyley Mohrenberger, MScPT
Kyley graduated with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Alberta in 2010. Since graduating, she has worked in a variety of settings including acute care hospitals, a multi-disciplinary vocational rehabilitation centre, and private practices in both Alberta and Auckland, New Zealand. She has completed Level 1 of her Orthopedic Manipulative Therapy certification.
Kyley's current interest lies in the treatment of both acute and overuse/repetitive strain type inuries to the peripheral joints and soft tissues. As well as providing manual therapy treatment, she strives to supply her patients with the education and tools to manage their inujry and return to their regular work, sports and hobbies sooner and with less risk of re-injury.
Kyley enjoys cycling and running, and has completed several 10Ks and a half marathon. Originally from Edmonton, Eyley and her family spent two and a half years in Auckland, New Zealand before relocating to Nanaimo in 2015. Outside of work she can be found spending time with her husband and two children exploring the beaches, lakes and hiking trails in the region.