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Norm is the owner and founder of Athletes' Advantage Physiotherapy. He graduated from the University of Alberta in 1998 and has been helping people recover from orthopedic and sports injuries since. In order to help serve his patients, Norm has taken many post-graduate courses including all 5 levels of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association's Orthopedic Curriculum culminating in the advanced Diploma in Manual and Manipulative Therapy in 2008. His is also certified in Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) and Graston Technique.

Norm has been working for the Canadian Forces at CFB Edmonton as part of a multidisciplinary team of Orthopedic Surgeon's, Family physicians and other allied health professionals since 2003. One of his treatment philosophies involves working as part of a team with the goal of empowering patients to manage their current injuries and prevent future ones so they can maintain an active lifestyle.


Physical Therapist

Andrew graduated from the Dalhousie University School of Physiotherapy in 2009 after working for three years as a massage therapist, trainer and kinesiologist in Halifax, Nova Scotia. His focus has been musculoskeletal and athletic injury ever since. Andrew was a successful owner, coach and resident injury prevention consultant of a thriving Cross Fit gym prior to joining the Canadian Armed Forces. He served for four years as a Physiotherapy Officer for soldiers in garrison and in the field.

Retiring from military service in 2015, Andrew stayed on at CFB Edmonton as a civilian staff Physiotherapist to continue to serve our Armed men and women. Returning to the environment of civilian practice, functional exercise and Cross Fit, has him excited to keep all of his patients lifting what they want to lift, playing what they want to play and doing what they want to do! Andrew employs his experience in manual therapy, soft tissue manipulation and exercise to prevent injury, restore function, eliminate pain and maximize performance.

Teri Fralick: PT


Teri graduated from the University of Alberta with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy in 2018. Prior to this she served as a musician in the Canadian Armed Forces for 6 years and was a parachute demonstrator for the Canadian Forces Parachute Team, the SkyHawks in the 2012 season. She was inspired to pursue a career in physiotherapy after fracturing her spine during a parachute accident. Physiotherapy was invaluable to Teri when getting back to the things she loves to do most. This experience fuels her passion to help her patients do the same for the activities they love.

Teri is dedicated to growing her practice through professional development opportunities. She is especially interested in orthopaedic manual therapy courses and is pursuing the Biomedical Dry Needling (BDN) certification. Teri is devoted to keeping her patients moving and encourages exercise as an essential component in the treatment and prevention of pain and injuries. Through client education, manual therapy, and individualized exercise programs Teri strives to give her patients the tools and confidence to maintain their active lifestyle.

Teri continues to keep active through CrossFit and Olympic weightlifting as well as hiking in the mountains. During the summer months, she is a skydive instructor and coach at Eden North Parachute School and a team formation skydiving competitor.