Meet The Team
Owner & TruSculpt 3D Specialist
To those of you that have not met me before, I am Tamara. I am your go-to girl for body sculpting.
I love anything and everything health and beauty related. A perfectionist at heart, I aim to make each of clients look and feel their very best!
Aly MacLean, MSc.PT.
After graduating from the University of Calgary with a Bachelors of Kinesiology, Aly completed her Master’s of Physical Therapy at McGill University in Montreal.
Along with treating many types of musculoskeletal injuries, she is also our Women’s Pelvic Floor physiotherapist and has worked with many women experiencing pelvic floor dysfunction (pain, incontinence, urgency, post-natal conditions, etc.)
Aly is here to help you get back to the activities you enjoy. She uses many assessment and treatment techniques along with individualized exercise prescription to help you reach your physiotherapy goals.
Outside of the clinic Aly loves snowboarding and taking dance classes whenever she can.
Lisa Goodgrove, MSc.PT., CAFCI
Lisa graduated in 2010 with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Alberta. Since finishing her master’s degree Lisa has completed a variety of post-graduate training in advanced manual therapy courses as well as obtaining certification in Integrated Dry Needling and Acupuncture.
Manual therapy, needling techniques and specific exercise prescription are the main skills Lisa will use to help you achieve your goals whether they be to decrease pain or maximize function. 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. Recently, Lisa has expanded in this area by adding concussion management to her clinical practice.
Before moving to Calgary, Lisa worked in Salmon Arm, B.C. She is an avid soccer player and also enjoys a variety of activities including hiking, golf, yoga and snowboarding.
Bena Diec, MSc.PT. (Currently on Maternity Leave)
Bena completed her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology degree at the University of Calgary (2014), where she then spent two years working at a private clinic as a Kinesiologist. Shortly after, she returned to school and completed her Master of Science in Physical Therapy degree from the University of Alberta in 2019. She has experience working with a variety of conditions in both the hospital and community-based settings with musculoskeletal injuries (ie. Strains, sprains, post-fractures), and neurological conditions (ie. Post-stroke, parkinsons, MS, etc).
Bena enjoys the challenge of putting together pieces of the puzzle to help determine the most effective treatment plan. She merges her manual therapy skills with an individualized exercise program to work alongside you to achieve your specific goals. Additional training that she has includes trigger point dry needling, manual therapy courses, and concussion rehabilitation. She has a special interest in wrist and hand therapy.
When she’s not at the clinic, Bena enjoys running, snowboarding, hiking, and reading a good book by the window.
Monique Junghans, MSc.PT.
Monique was born and raised in Calgary and grew up playing competitive soccer and other recreational sports. No stranger to injuries, she grew up working alongside physiotherapists and trainers. Inspired to pursue a career in healthcare she completed a Bachelor of Kinesiology from the University of Calgary. Monique then went on to complete her Master of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Alberta.
Since graduating, Monique has worked in orthopedic private practice which has given her the opportunity to work with a wide variety of clientele and conditions. From athletes, to motor vehicle accidents, chronic health conditions, pre-and post-surgical, and numerous musculoskeletal injuries, she’s able to incorporate prior training experience and principles, with physiotherapy rehabilitation to return clients to sport/activity or activities of daily living. She is passionate not only about treating and eliminating the existing injury, but also retraining the body to prevent future injuries.
Monique has completed postgraduate courses in Advanced Manual Therapy level 1, Spinal Manipulative Therapy (SMART PT), Functional Dry Needling, imPACT Concussion and Vestibular Rehabilitation.
When she is not working, Monique enjoys being outside playing soccer, volleyball, tennis, hiking, snowboarding, and scuba diving.
Jessica Vaile, MSc.PT., BSc
Jessica graduated with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Alberta after completing her Bachelor of Kinesiology at the University of Lethbridge. Jessica grew up playing competitive tennis among various other sports, but she found her real passion for health and fitness when she started going to the gym in high school. Jessica worked as a high-performance strength and conditioning coach for over 2 years with a special interest in health promotion and injury prevention. Jessica strongly believes that exercise is medicine, which lead her to pursue a career in physiotherapy.
Jessica’s goal as a physiotherapist is to get people back to doing the activities they love. Jessica believes in an active approach to treatment and incorporates education, therapeutic exercise, and manual therapy into her sessions. She understands that every person and every injury is unique and works alongside her patients to create a treatment plan that fits their lifestyle.
Jessica has special interests in vestibular, neurological and sports rehab. Jessica has worked with people 4 to 96 years old, treating a wide range of neurological and musculoskeletal conditions.
Outside of the clinic, Jessica spends time with her golden retriever and loves pilates, barre, tennis, running, and travelling. She is fluent in Spanish and loves to spend as much time in the mountains as possible!
Bill Melathopolous, R.M.T.
Bill is a graduate of Alberta Massage Training in 2011 and the Turner Institute of Orthopedic Massage in 2013. He is a member of the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada (NHPC) with 2200 hours of training.
Bill enjoys working with a wide range of clientele. His objective as a therapist is to provide the most focused and appropriate treatment plan for each client. Continued education is not just beneficial for Bill, but for his clients as well. In fact, he heard a Doctor once say, “learning never stops”.
Bill also works at The University of Calgary Med Skills Centre as a Standardized Patient, working with doctors and medical students. Being in a hospital setting is another example of how Bill is expanding his knowledge for his practice.
In his spare time, Bill love to cycle, hike in the mountains and going to the movies.
Rick Hofmann, R.M.T
Rick is a graduate of the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy (CCMH) (2011). He is a current Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) with 2200 plus hours of training and a standing member of the National Health Practitioners of Canada (NHPC). Prior to this, Rick graduated from the Calgary College of Holistic Health at the University of Calgary (2007) specializing in Swedish relaxation techniques. Rick is also an accredited Bowen Therapist using the original Bowen Technique (2008).
As a conscientious therapist, Rick always utilizes various techniques including: Deep Tissue Treatment, Trigger Point Therapy, PNF Facilitated Stretching, Fascial or Connective tissue techniques, Joint Mobilizations as well as Swedish Relaxation Massage in accordance with situational treatments. Rick enjoys a clinical team environment to allow for referral and a greater recuperability to ones health.
Therapeutic Massage, repetitive strain disorders, Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJ), postural ergonomic recognition are just a few of the many treatments provided.
As an athlete and former personal trainer, Rick has a sound understanding of exercise form and function.