Collegiate Sports Medicine & Physiotherapy

How are we responding to COVID-19? What does this mean for our Clients?

We have re-opened for in-clinic care & our whole team is back to serve you. Collegiate has worked diligently to enhance our safety protocols & ensure all provincial safety guidelines are exceeded. Your visit may look a little different then it has in the past but you’ll still be getting the best hands-on approach ever. We continue to deliver Virtual Therapy (TeleRehab) as a safe alternative. 

What to expect at your in-clinic appt

Sincerely,

Melanie Tuck
President, Collegiate Sports Medicine Inc.

With 3 Clinics in Central Alberta

No Referrals Needed

Our modern lifestyle – with all its perks and benefits – has started to take a toll on our bodies. Back pain, knee pain, and neck strains have become everyday problems. We have a team of PhysiotherapistsAthletic Therapists, ChiropractorMassage Therapists and Kinesiologists working together to help clients of all ages maintain health and return to work or play in the shortest possible time.

Physiotherapy Red Deer

Are you in Pain?

Get Back To Work, Life and Play!

We Provide you with the Highest Quality Therapies & Sports Medicine
Through our Compassionate Professional Team

Collegiate Red Deer Downtown

Address: 5121 47 St, Red Deer, AB T4N 1R8
Phone: (403) 314-4458   Fax: (403) 314-4227
Hours: Answering phones, booking In-Clinic, TeleRehab & Free Consults 
Monday 8:00am to 7:00pm
Tuesday 8:00am to 4:00pm
Wednesday 9:00am to 7:00pm
Thursday 8:00am to 4:00pm
Friday: 8:00am to 4:00pm
Core Services at this clinic:
Physiotherapy, Athletic Therapy, Massage Therapy, Chiropractic

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Collegiate Red Deer Campus

Address: 104 – 120 College Circle, Red Deer, AB
Phone: (403) 352-7979  Fax: (403) 754-4384
Hours:  Answering phones, booking In-Clinic, TeleRehab & Free Consults Monday-Friday: 8:00am to 4:00pm
Core Services at this clinic:
Physiotherapy, Athletic Therapy, Massage Therapy

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Collegiate Olds

Address: 5114 - 51 Street, Olds, AB
Phone: (403) 791-2766   Fax: (403) 791-2767
Hours: Answering phones, booking TeleRehab & Free Consults Monday-Friday: 9:00am to 4:00pm
Core Services at this clinic:
Physiotherapy, Athletic Therapy, Massage Therapy

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Our Core Purpose is to Optimize your Lifelong Performance in Work, Life & Play

Our sports medicine team is dedicated to achieving positive results and enhancing sports performance through a multidisciplinary, professional approach. We continue to learn and reach beyond our capabilities for the benefit of the client. We are highly trained in the area of athletics. Our goal is to the promotion of sport performance, treatment of sports injuries & restoration of function, to the greatest possible degree in the shortest possible time. Athlete education combined with a one-on-one rehabilitation strategy will continue to set this clinic apart from any other. We are proud of the team approach we can provide and the excellent skills of our physical therapy practitioners who are dedicated to helping you stay active at work & play!
Therapist assessing the foot and heal of a patient

What Our Clients Say About Us

I sent one of my swimmers to your team for a bad knee; he came back almost fully healed, full of motivation and educated in his injury, his recovery process and what he wants to do in his future studies.

Cecilia Wessels

Knee Injury, Source: Facebook

Great and professional staff. Very knowledgable. Was fortunate to have Mel as our team trainer for football and wether it's getting taped before a game or getting worked on at the clinic there isn't a better place than Collegiate.

Ryan Miller

Athletic Therapy, Source: Google

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