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Registered Physical Therapists & Kinesiologists 
in Prince George

Phoenix Physiotherapy Clinic was the first private physiotherapy clinic to open in Prince George. It was founded by Terry Fedorkiw and Lynda Menard in 1976. In 2006, it was purchased by Wendy Marchlewitz, a physiotherapist who had joined the clinic in 1998.

Our company is based on the belief that our patients’ needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to maximizing your success! As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals.

Feel free to browse our biographies to learn more about each individual practitioner and find the one that is right for you!

Wendy Marchlewitz

Registered Physical Therapist

Wendy Marchlewitz completed her Physiotherapy Honours Degree in Manchester, England in 1998. She has completed many courses over the years in orthopedics and acute injuries. This busy mom of twin girls is our private practice therapist who offers one-on-one physiotherapy in a private treatment room. She takes patients Monday, Wednesday and Friday, while always making sure her staff is kept up-to-date with the latest treatment techniques.

Carly Chuby

Registered Physical Therapist

Carly completed her degree at the University of Manitoba, where she grew up. Carly has been part of the Phoenix team for over 5 years. She is certified in acupuncture with AFCI and has recently received her Certificate in Vestibular Rehabilitation from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. This specialized training has given her a unique set of skills to not only treat common forms of vertigo, like BPPV, but also other vestibular pathologies like Meniere’s, labyrinthitis, vestibular neuritis, concussion, and central causes of vertigo, to name a few. Please refer to our services section for more information. In her free time, Carly enjoys, mountain biking, hiking, canoeing, and skiing.

Jon Chuby

Registered Physical Therapist

Jon Chuby has been a registered physical therapist since 2011 after completing his training in Winnipeg at the University of Manitoba. He then worked for 2 years at the University Hospital of Northern British Columbia here in Prince George. He also holds a personal training certification and has been trained in Kung Fu for 10 years. Jon enjoys playing hockey, snowboarding and hiking.

Nicole Runcie

Registered Physical Therapist

Nicole Runcie has been treating complex patients as a Kinesiologist and Pilate’s instructor at a Pilates rehabilitation center in Victoria for the past 11 years. She is a certified facial fitness trainer, has taken courses in gait and running technique and recently completed her pelvic floor level 1 physiotherapy course. Nicole specializes in neuromuscular re-patterning, posture and movement re-education and fascial work. She combines soft tissue techniques, manual therapy and clinical pilates to restore balance to the physical body. Nicole’s approach to physiotherapy has been influenced by her experiences undergoing multiple surgeries at a young age and personal struggles with chronic pain. These experiences have motivated her to bring the best techniques available to her patients and inspire them to work towards a pain free life.

Chelsea Fowlow

Certified Exercise Physiologist

Chelsea completed her Kinesiology degree at Acadia University in Nova Scotia in 2017. She has been a certified personal trainer for the past 4 years and is currently a certified exercise physiologist. Chelsea is a member of the BACK and CSEP. At work, Chelsea enjoys working with people at the pool doing hydrotherapy and enjoys working with low back, knee, and shoulder injuries. Outside of the clinic, you can find her hiking with her dog, playing hockey, or at the gym.

Shannon Boyle

Shannon completed her Kinesiology and Physical Therapy degrees at the University of British Columbia. She started her career in Kitimat and she is happy to be back living and working in the North. The drive to understand her own chronic pain due to childhood sport injuries motivated her journey to become a physical therapist. Her approach centers on the highly individual experience of any injury or chronic condition, and she knows the best approach is a personalized one that her clients understand. Shannon has taken additional courses in persistent pain and pelvic floor therapy, but she is motivated to help any client with a problem and a goal. She enjoys backcountry skiing, running, hiking, camping, and almost anything outdoors!

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