Kerri-Ann Swartz


Kerri-Ann Swartz has worked in orthopaedic rehabilitation for over 15 years. First, as a Registered Kinesiologist with a focus on WCB and ICBC injuries as well as pediatric therapy and sport specific training. In 2009, Kerri graduated with her Masters Degree in Physiotherapy from UBC and worked in Abbotsford for a few years, then moved her practice to Chilliwack at Fraser Valley Physiotherapy/CBI Chilliwack until her maternity leave in June 2017.

Kerri has completed her orthopaedic fellowship in manipulation and manual therapy (FCAMPT), as well as Gunn IMS certification. She is a member of the CPA orthopaedic division as a teacher/ mentor to physiotherapists who are completing their orthopaedic fellowships. She has worked with a wide variety of conditions ranging from post-operative, stroke survivors, neurological populations to weekend warriors, crossfitters/olympic lifters, and high level athletes.

She has a special interest in treating pre and post-natal populations and is certified in pelvic floor therapy/rehabilitation and return to sport, an area close to heart after having issues herself in return to sport since the arrival of her son.

Low back pain is a large focus of her practice with McGill Method training (Dr. Stuart McGill) and plans to become a McGill Provider which is a focus on aiding low back pain when all else has failed. She is also a Crossfit Level 1 coach, Movement and Mobility Specialist and has training in Fascial Cupping (Myofasical Decompression).

She combines her love of functional movement with rehabilitative exercises that are practical and specific to one’s goals. Finding the issue, restoring function and relieving pain is her priority.

In her spare time, you can find Kerri training out of her garage or Crossfit Chilliwack, chasing after her son and lab pup, and seeking new adventures in the mountains, be it camping, mountaineering, backcountry skiing, trail running or mountain biking.


Rebecca Des Roches


Rebecca has been working as an orthopedic physiotherapist for 12 years. She graduated with her Master’s degree in physiotherapy from the University of Alberta in 2006, after having completed a degree in Kinesiology from Acadia University. She worked in private practice in Edmonton for 7 years before making the move to Chilliwack, where she had worked at Fraser Valley/CBI Chilliwack before joining Chilliwack Sports Medicine Clinic.

Rebecca has extensive training in needling, having done her level one acupuncture certification as well as IMS/dry needling. She has also done post graduate courses in joint mobilization/manipulation, myofascial decompression (cupping), McGill low back certification and advanced clinical reasoning. She also has a special interest in treating running injuries as well as all types of orthopedic conditions.

When she is not working, Rebecca is often travelling to various NFL games and other sporting events. She loves being outside, especially anything involving being close to the ocean!


Brittany Galmut


Brittany completed her Masters of Science in Physiotherapy at Queens University in 2012 following her Bachelor of Kinesiology at the University of the Fraser Valley in 2010.

She jumped right into private practice in the Fraser Valley following graduation and has added extra education in IMS/dry needling, concussion rehabilitation, and manual therapy to allow her to help clients in their unique recoveries. Her treatments include hands on therapy, needling techniques, education on your injury, and exercise prescription to encourage long lasting relief and self-management.

Brittany is passionate about helping clients with their personal goals following an injury, be it getting back to a specific sport, hobby, or as importantly, the duties of normal everyday life. She loves getting to know her clients specific needs and developing a plan alongside them.

Specific course work has included Kinetacore Level 1 and 2 of Functional Dry Needling (IMS), Level 3 Manual Therapy in the Orthopaedic Division of Physiotherapy, Upledger’s Craniosacral Therapy Level 1, RTP Concussion Management, Mulligan Concept Upper Quadrant, and Soft Tissue Release.

Outside of her time at the clinic, Brittany enjoys getting outside to hike and adventure in our beautiful British Columbia with her husband and young daughter.


Kasey Harms

Registered Massage Therapist

Kasey graduated from CDI College’s Massage Therapy program in August of 2020. She was led to a career in massage therapy by her interest in anatomy, health and wellness, and a lifetime of playing various sports, including hockey, competitive cheerleading, and softball. Some of the areas she has an interest in include correcting posture, sports related injuries, and whiplash injuries. While she was in the massage therapy program, she gained hands on experience working part time in a spa environment. Here she was able to sharpen her skill set and gain knowledge on a variety of relaxation techniques. Kasey’s experience has allowed her to develop a treatment style that addresses the clients’ therapeutic needs, while also leaving them feeling restored and renewed.


Antonio D’Archangelo

Registered Massage Therapist

Born and raised in Chilliwack, BC, Antonio’s passion for health and fitness arose from his extensive sport history; competing at high levels for the majority of his life as a soccer goalkeeper. He has also competed in other sports such as traditional Shido-Kan Karate and Rugby to name a few. In 2015 Antonio graduated with a Bachelor’s of Kinesiology degree from the University of the Fraser Valley and has worked ever since as a Kinesiologist in good standing with British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists throughout the Fraser Valley and the Greater Vancouver Area focusing primarily on Active Rehabilitation. Here his focus has been bringing patients back to normal function and improving their quality of life through detailed assessments and individualized program plans.

To be a more effective practitioner for his patients, Antonio graduated from Vancouver College of Massage Therapy completing their rigorous 20 month, 3000 hour program in the top of his class and being recognized on the Dean’s List in December of 2019. Since graduating, Antonio has worked with patients with various injuries and conditions which include but are not limited to those with Alzheimer’s/dementia, spinal trauma, strains/sprains, chronic pain, TOS, and post-MVI injuries.

In his spare time, Antonio can be found with his puppy Juniper outside playing soccer, camping, kayaking, hiking, fishing, or simply exploring the backcountry.


Adrian Presnilla, CATC

Certified Athletic Therapist

Adrian is in his first season with the Chilliwack Chiefs as their Head Athletic Therapist. Before joining the club, he has worked with multiple levels of elite hockey teams and athletes such as the Hockey Alberta High-Performance Provincial Programs, Calgary Northstars Minor Hockey Association, Yale Hockey Academy, and other CSSHL Hockey Academies\

He also has professional sports experience working with the CFL’s Calgary Stampeder Football Club during their 2018-19 seasons and was a part of the 2018 106th Grey Cup Championship Team. The Abbotsford native completed his Bachelors of Science in Biology and Bachelors of Kinesiology in Exercise Science at UFV. He then made his way to Calgary to complete his post-graduate Advanced Certificate in Athletic Therapy at Mount Royal University. He is licensed in Athletic Therapy & Training in both Canada and the USA.

Outside the rink, he loves to travel, hike, play racquet sports, and spend time with his family.E-mail: