About Us

HEATHER CURILLA

BSc PT

Heather is a physiotherapist with a diverse practice and interests in several areas. Heather has many years of experience as a physiotherapist in Calgary.  She has taken numerous post-graduate courses and continues to develop her practice to offer new and innovative treatments for clients.  Heather is a certified Gunn IMS practitioner, and resident of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy. Heather’s latest qualification comes as a Neurac Redcord practitioner, qualifying her to work with clients on the Redcord system.  

Heather’s practice in physiotherapy has changed with the advent of the Redcord suspension system.  She has dedicated several years to expanding her learning on the Redcord, and now dedicates her practice to primarily treating with this system.    Heather is happy to introduce Redcord to the Calgary market as well as introduce her existing and new clients to this innovative assessment and treatment technique.   

Heather’s interests that keep her active when not working, include photography and golf.  

URSULA PAIKOS

BSc PT

Ursula is a compassionate physiotherapist with a hands-on approach to treatment and rehabilitation.  As an active person, she understands the impact that immobility and injury can have on a person’s physical and emotional well-being.  She finds great satisfaction in helping clients achieve their personal goals and improve their quality of life.

Ursula earned her Bachelor of Science at St. Francis Xavier University before attending Curtin University in Perth, Australia.  She has been practicing physiotherapy for over 16 years and has extensive experience treating patients with orthopaedic and neurological conditions. Ursula uses manual mobilization and soft tissue techniques including Graston technique as well as Dry Needling to restore functional movement patterns.

In 2014, Ursula incorporated the Neurac Redcord suspension system into her practice.  Redcord has been a valuable assessment and rehabilitation tool for Ursula—as a Redcord practitioner, she can evaluate patients thoroughly and isolate areas of weakness that are key to treatment and prevention of injury.

Outside of life as a physiotherapist, Ursula is the busy mom of three very active children.  She enjoys golfing, skiing, yoga, fitness, and walks with her energetic white lab.

Ursula will be on sabbatical to pursue further training in Redcord and will return to treating patients in the fall of 2019.