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Judy Mackasey

CAT(C), B.P.E.

You do not need to be an athlete to see Judy;

her ideal client is a motivated individual with a positive attitude willing to take the necessary steps to deal with their injury to pursue their goals.  Judy has 20 years of experience that encompasses clinical work in multi-disciplinary clinics, owning a clinic for 13 years in Canmore, Ab., touring with Cirque du Soleil, and being a team therapist for several sports.

To be successful, an individual needs to better understand their body, and what occurs during the body’s return to its non-injury state. It’s Judy’s goal to direct you through this process, providing clients with the tools and knowledge to return to sport or an active lifestyle quickly and with a greatly reduced risk of further injury.


Best known for returning professional and elite athletes back to their sport after an injury, Certified Athletic Therapists use the same sport medicine approach to quickly rehabilitate your injury – resulting in faster recovery, reduced chance of further injury, and fewer visits to your health care professional.

Clients can expect one-on-one attention during their visit, with an active aggressive approach to injury rehabilitation. A typical visit employs a combination of methods such as manual therapies, soft tissue mobilizations, dynamic exercise, therapeutic modalities (Electrical Modalities, Laser, Ultrasound) and detailed home programs to accelerate their progress.

Athletic Therapists can:

  • Diagnose and Treat Acute injuries: Sprains and Strains
  • Assist in your rehabilitation of a Motor Vehicle Accident with manual Therapy or Exercise Rehabilitation
  • Diagnose and Treat Chronic Repetitive injuries
  • Preparation and Maintenance Care for Sporting Events


Active Release Techniques (ART)

Muscle Energy of the Thoracic Spine

Running Injury Clinic Biomechanics

Sports First Responder Certification

Doping Control Officer


Canadian Athletic Therapy Association

BC Athletic Therapy Association

Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport



Working at sporting events is a passion for Judy. She devotes her time to 1-14 events a year providing field coverage at events ranging from local to International level.  Below are a few examples:

2015/1999             Pan Am Games                                            2003                    Canadian Biathlon Nationals

2014                        Alberta Winter Games                              2002                     National XC Ski Championships

2010                         Vancouver Olympics                                 2000/1999         National Figure Skating Championships

2007                        Canada Winter Games                              1997                    National Gymnastics Competition

2005                         Cross Country Skiing World Cup                     1996                    National Women’s Soccer

2003-2005             TransRockies Mountain Bike Race                    1993                     National Ultimate Championships

1996-1998             World Cup Mountain Biking Races (7 events)

1996-1999             Rugby: Men’s, Women’s, Levels from High School, Club to International Play


Judy also has extensive experience as a Dedicated Team Therapist for with hockey, rugby, football, soccer, and climbing. She kept the Canmore High School football players safe for 7 years and recently travelled to Pan American Championships in Mexico (2014) and World Championships in New Caledonia (2014) and Italy (2015) as the Team Therapist for the Canadian Climbing team.