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Physio. Massage. PILATES. FItness.

Welcome to Stonehouse Physiotherapy

Physio. Massage. PILATES. FItness.

Locally Owned and Operated.

About Stonehouse Physio

Stonehouse Physiotherapy is a full-service clinic in Neepawa, Manitoba owned and operated by Susan Kohinski. The clinic specializes in general physiotherapy services, as well as pelvic floor physiotherapy, acupuncture & cupping, dry needling, concussion management, pre & post op rehabilitation, musculoskeletal injuries, Pilates, and yoga.

Susan graduated from the University of Manitoba’s School of Medical Rehabilitation with her bachelor’s degree in physiotherapy. She has interests in sports injuries, concussion management and women’s health (pelvic floor physiotherapy).

Growing up Susan loved soccer and running, and found physiotherapy was the perfect way to integrate her passion for a healthy lifestyle with her desire to help others.

We look forward to helping you!

Locally Owned and Operated.

About Stonehouse Physio

Stonehouse Physiotherapy is a full-service clinic in Neepawa, Manitoba owned and operated by Susan Kohinski. The clinic specializes in general physiotherapy services, as well as pelvic floor physiotherapy, acupuncture & cupping, dry needling, concussion management, pre & post op rehabilitation, musculoskeletal injuries, Pilates, and yoga.

Susan graduated from the University of Manitoba’s School of Medical Rehabilitation with her bachelor’s degree in physiotherapy. She has interests in sports injuries, concussion management and women’s health (pelvic floor physiotherapy).

Growing up Susan loved soccer and running, and found physiotherapy was the perfect way to integrate her passion for a healthy lifestyle with her desire to help others.

We look forward to helping you!

Everything you need.

Services We Offer

We offer a variety of therapy services for the treatment, care, and prevention of injury.
Contact us today to see how we can help you maintain your health and wellness.

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PELVIC FLOOR
& WOMEN'S HEALTH

A pelvic floor physiotherapist is specially trained to assess and treat the external and internal structures that make up your pelvic floor. Symptoms may include incontinence/frequency issues, pelvic pain, prolapse, or even low back, hip, or groin pain. An internal exam is not always necessary, and you can discuss with your therapist whether it would be necessary for your treatment.

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ACUPUNCTURE, CUPPING
& DRY NEEDLING

Acupuncture, dry needling, and cupping are specializations of some physiotherapists, and can be included for muscle relaxation or treatment of pain. Acupuncture involves the specific placement of thin needles into areas of the body stimulating the nerves, telling the brain to release endorphins. While not part of every treatment, acupuncture is used quite often in our therapy sessions and can be discussed as treatment options.

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CONCUSSION
MANAGEMENT

Concussion treatment may include education, prevention methods, and management of symptoms. Treatment also includes a specific recommendation regarding return to work/play/school. Susan is involved in baseline concussion testing in the MJHL, which helps us make comparisons through post-injury testing and then aides in determining when the athlete can safely resume activity.  

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CLINICAL PILATES

Clinical Pilates is a physical exercise that improves posture, core stability, balance, control, strength, flexibility, and breathing. Our physiotherapists use it for rehabilitation, improving body strength, and preventing injuries. These exercises are tailored to each individual’s needs, enhancing recovery and long-term health goals.

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PHYSIOTHERAPY

Physiotherapy is an important healthcare service that plays a vital role in assessing, diagnosing, and treating a wide range of physical conditions and injuries. Our highly skilled physiotherapists use hands-on techniques and provide personalized exercise recommendations to enhance your mobility, functionality, and overall well-being.

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MASSAGE THERAPY

Massage therapy is a type of hands-on treatment that involves manipulating the soft tissues of the body to promote relaxation, reduce pain, and improve overall well-being. Our skilled massage therapist is trained in different techniques and has a deep understanding of how the body works, which helps them focus on specific areas of tension or injury.

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BACK-TO-WORK RECONDITIONING

Our Back-to-Work Reconditioning helps individuals return to work after injury or illness. We assess their physical abilities and create a personalized treatment plan with targeted exercises to improve strength, flexibility, endurance, and overall conditioning. Our goal is a full recovery and a safe return to work.

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FITNESS PROGRAMS & RUNNING ASSESSMENTS

At our physiotherapy clinic, we offer Customized Fitness Programs tailored to your needs and goals. We design personalized programs based on your health conditions, physical capabilities, and objectives. We also provide running assessments for runners of all levels, aiming to enhance performance and address injuries.

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SHOCKWAVE THERAPY

Shockwave therapy is an innovative treatment method designed to address a wide range of conditions. It works by utilizing gentle yet powerful sound waves to stimulate your body’s natural healing process and promote tissue regeneration. Our goal is to enhance recovery outcomes and assist patients in regaining their strength and mobility more efficiently.

Frequently Asked Questions

Helpful Information

Is this your first time visiting Stonehouse? Below are some “frequently asked questions” that will help you prepare for your visit. If you have further questions, feel free to connect with us via email or by calling the clinic.

No, a doctor’s note is not required unless your private insurance requires a doctor’s referral in order for your fees to be covered. Please check with your insurance provider to find out if you require a prescription or not. Our services are not covered by Manitoba Health, Social Assistance, status, or other public funding.

Yes, we operate by appointment only. Please give us a call at 204-704-0182 or click here or the Book Now button on our page to book your appointment.

We accept cash, cheque, debit/interac, Visa, and MasterCard.

Manitoba Public Insurance: If you were injured in a motor vehicle accident, we will need to know your claim number and the date of the accident. If you have not obtained this yet, please give Manitoba Public Insurance a call and report your claim. They will then give you an injury claim number. Please note this is different than your vehicle claim number.

Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba: If you were injured at work, and are eligible to receive WCB benefits, please make sure that you inform your employer that you were injured while at work, make an incident report for WCB, as well as call WCB (1-855-954-4321) or your can report your claim online at www.wcb.mb.ca and click “report a claim”. Your initial visit is covered under WCB and a report is then sent to WCB. Claim approval must be obtained prior to follow-up treatments.

Things to bring to your appointment are: your Insurance Policy Contract and ID numbers if applicable,  your Manitoba Health card, WCB or MPI Claim Number if applicable. 

Wear comfortable clothing that you can move in. Wear shorts for leg or low-back work, wear a tank top if we will be looking at your shoulder/upper back. Shorts, tank tops, and gowns are available, but feel free to bring your own if you prefer!

Yes, we offer direct billing to most major insurance companies such as Blue Cross and Canada Life. Please ask our staff if we can direct bill to other insurance companies.

Put a Face to the Name.

Your Therapists

Susan Kohinski

Physiotherapist/Owner

Susan graduated from the University of Manitoba’s School of Medical Rehabilitation with her bachelor’s degree in physiotherapy. She has interests in sports injuries, concussion management and women’s health (pelvic floor physiotherapy).

She has taken continuing education in orthopaedics, concussion management, acupuncture & dry needling, and women’s health.

Growing up Susan loved soccer and running, and found physiotherapy was the perfect way to integrate her passion for a healthy lifestyle with her desire to help others.

Jenna Hnatiuk

Physiotherapist

Jenna attended the University of Manitoba and graduated with her Bachelor of Kinesiology in 2017, receiving the gold medal for the highest GPA in her faculty. Shortly after, Jenna went on to pursue her Master’s of Physical Therapy, graduating in the year of 2020.

Growing up, Jenna played a variety of sports and was always passionate about exercise and movement. This sparked her interest in physiotherapy, as she realized this was a fabulous way to combine her passions and her work. 

Jenna offers acupuncture and has plans to pursue Vestibular Physiotherapy as well.

Makayla Deamel

Massage Therapist

Makayla grew up just outside of Selkirk Manitoba. Once she realized becoming an RMT was the best way for her to help people both physically and mentally, she started her education at Lethbridge College in 2018. She completed the 2,200 hour program in 2020 and started to work out of a clinic in Selkirk.

Always ready to further her skills, Makayla plans to complete a cupping course and become certified in lymphatic drainage techniques.

Makayla strives to help her clients feel their best by assessing injuries and treating as necessary in a therapeutic or relaxing way. 

Susan Kohinski

Physiotherapist/Owner

Susan graduated from the University of Manitoba’s School of Medical Rehabilitation with her bachelor’s degree in physiotherapy. She has interests in sports injuries, concussion management and women’s health (pelvic floor physiotherapy).

She has taken continuing education in orthopaedics, concussion management, acupuncture & dry needling, and women’s health.

Growing up Susan loved soccer and running, and found physiotherapy was the perfect way to integrate her passion for a healthy lifestyle with her desire to help others.

Makayla Deamel

Massage Therapist

Makayla grew up just outside of Selkirk Manitoba. Once she realized becoming an RMT was the best way for her to help people both physically and mentally, she started her education at Lethbridge College in 2018. She completed the 2,200 hour program in 2020 and started to work out of a clinic in Selkirk.

Always ready to further her skills, Makayla plans to complete a cupping course and become certified in lymphatic drainage techniques.

Makayla strives to help her clients feel their best by assessing injuries and treating as necessary in a therapeutic or relaxing way. 

Ready to Feel Your Best?

Book your appointment by calling the clinic at 204-704-0182 or by clicking the BOOK NOW button below to book online.

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