CLINICAL STAFF - Consulting Physiotherapists

Ted Tilbury

Ted is one of ZONE Sports Physiotherapy's founding partners. Ted has been in sports and orthopedic physiotherapy private practice since graduating from the University of Saskatchewan School of Physical Therapy in 1990. He has further developed his interest and expertise in orthopedic and sports rehabilitation, obtaining his Diploma in Sport Physiotherapy (Sport Physiotherapy Canada), as well as his Diploma of Advanced Manual & Manipulative Physiotherapy. Ted is a Practitioner of Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS), and Functional Movement Screen certified. He also works as a bracing, pre-operative and post-operative consultant in the Saskatoon Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Center. Ted has worked as the sport physiotherapy consultant with many local, provincial and national level teams and athletes, including many Junior and minor hockey players, as well as travelling nationally and internationally with the Canadian National Men's Soccer Program (CSA) for more than a decade. Ted was also a member of the medical staff at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games (Whistler Venue). Ted’s special interest and expertise in golf has lead to certification with the Titleist Performance Institute, the world leader in golf fitness, health and technical support and development.


Mitch Dahl

Mitch is one of the founding partners of ZONE Sports Physiotherapy. Mitch has been in sports and orthopedic physiotherapy private practice in Saskatoon since graduating with Great Distinction from the University Of Saskatchewan School Of Physical Therapy in 1994. He has further developed his expertise in orthopedic and sports rehabilitation, obtaining his Diploma in Sport Physiotherapy in 2004 (Sport Physiotherapy Canada). He also works as a pre-operative and post-operative consultant in the Saskatoon Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Center. In addition to regularly working with local minor baseball and hockey teams, his sports physiotherapy experience includes the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games (Cypress Mountain Freestyle Skiing and Snowboard Venue), the Canada Summer Games, traveling with Athletics Canada track & field teams to Madagascar and Ireland as team physiotherapist, eight years as the Saskatoon Hilltops Football Club team physiotherapist, and extensive clinical practice and consultation work with local teams, and a variety of local, provincial and national caliber athletes. Since 2000 Mitch has been one of the education resource/coordinators and guest speakers in conjunction with Brainsport: The Running Store. Mitch has a special interest in youth sport, both as a coach, and as a sport physiotherapist, striving to educate young athletes and parents regarding injury prevention, proper training and long term athlete development. His special interest in baseball has taken him to conferences in Las Vegas and Houston to address current concepts in injury management and prevention alongside Major League Baseball team surgeons, physicians, therapists and trainers. Mitch lives on an acreage just outside Saskatoon, with his wife and three children. When not at the clinic or at home, he can usually be found at a local ball diamond or hockey rink.


Brad Spokes

Brad is one of the primary physiotherapy partners in ZONE Sports Physiotherapy. Brad has been involved in private practice orthopedic physiotherapy in Saskatoon since graduating with Distinction from the University Of Saskatchewan School Of Physical Therapy in 2004. He has further developed his expertise in orthopedic and rehabilitation by obtaining his CSCS (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist), and CAFCI (Canadian Acupuncturist). In 2007 began serving as a pre-operative and post-operative consultant for the Saskatoon Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Center. In the fall of 2010 Brad was contracted as a physiotherapy consultant working in the Fawzia Sultan Rehabilitation Institute in Kuwait for a 3 month period. Over the past 7 years Brad has specialized his practice to become a leader in the management and treatment of running injuries within Saskatoon. This extensive interest in running injury management has lead to the exciting and recent development of a partnership between ZONE Sports Physiotherapy with the Running Injury Clinic from the University of Calgary. This partnership will see the introduction of 3d gait analysis to the province of Saskatchewan to further cement ZONE Sports Physiotherapy as an industry leader in running injury management. At the community level Brad has served both as a coach and as the educational co-ordinator for the Brainsport Running Clinics. From 2005-2009 he served both as an assistant coach and as the Men’s head coach for the University of Saskatchewan Huskies XC program. Outside of work hours Brad has competed locally, nationally and internationally in the sport of triathlon, as a two time member of the Canadian Age Group triathlon team.