Our Team

Our Team

At FHE, our team is more than just a collection of professionals; we are a dynamic community of passionate educators, seasoned industry veterans, and innovative thinkers.

Each member brings a unique blend of expertise, experience, and commitment to our collective mission of providing the highest quality continuing health education. From our distinguished faculty to our dedicated support staff, everyone plays a pivotal role in creating a transformative learning environment.

We invite you to get to know our team members, their backgrounds, their roles, and their unwavering dedication to your professional development and success.

Sean Campbell

MPT, MSc Ex Science, BscHnrs Kin, FCAMPT, GunnIMS, AN-IMS (I)

Sean Campbell, is the co-owner of Cypress Physiotherapy and Health and an Adjunct professor in the UBC Masters of Physical Therapy Program. He an active physical therapist and educator, merges extensive academic training with practical clinical experience in a unique multifaceted approach to physiotherapy. He holds Masters Degrees in Physical Therapy and Exercise Science, and an Honours Degree in Kinesiology. Additionally, Sean is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manual and Manipulative Therapy (FCAMPT), certified in Chan Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation (CG*IMS), ISM/Thoracic Ring Approach trained and osteopathically trained in visceral and neuromeningeal manipulation.

As the lead instructor for Foundations Health Education’s AN-IMS dry needling courses, he shares his expertise with aspiring physiotherapists.With a professional involvement in elite sports spanning over three decades as both a therapist and athlete, Sean has provided guidance to athletes across various levels and sports. His athletic accomplishments include participating in the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, a Pan American Games Gold Medal, and eight national Championships in Field Hockey. Presently, Sean imparts his knowledge as a faculty member at the University of British Columbia’s Masters of Physical Therapy Program and is a sought-after lecturer on injury prevention, rehabilitation, and performance for national and community sport organizations.

April Campbell

MPT, BSc Kin, FCAMPT, GunnIMS, AN-IMS, CACFI, Womens Health

April is the co-owner of Cypress Physiotherapy and Health and an Adjunct professor in the UBC Masters of Physiotherapy program. As a certified manual therapist and Women’s Health Practitioner, April brings a wealth of clinical experience to her practice. She holds an Advanced Diploma in Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy and is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manual and Manipulative Therapy (FCAMPT). Certified in Chan Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation (CG*IMS), Medical Acupuncture (CAFCI), and is trained in osteopathically in visceral and neuromeningeal manipulation.

April is also a Clinical Pilates Instructor and emphasizes the Integrated Systems Model (ISM) in her treatments, a skill she developed under the tutelage of Diane Lee and L.J. Lee.

A graduate of the University of British Columbia with a Masters in Physical Therapy, following her Bachelors in Kinesiology & Physical Education, April also serves as an adjunct professor at her alma mater’s Faculty of Medicine. Renowned for her instruction, she was honored with the Clinical Educator Award from the UBC physiotherapy department, reflecting her passion for teaching post-graduate physiotherapy courses.

Dave Terlicher


David is the co-owner of Restore Physio and received his physiotherapy degree from the University of British Columbia in 2005. He has since built his practice in the areas of orthopaedics and sports injury rehabilitation. He has earned his Certificate in Sports Physiotherapy and his Acupuncture certification (CAFCI) in addition to ongoing training in Manual and Visceral Therapy. As a Discover Physio Series graduate, David utilizes the Integrated Systems Model, developed by Diane Lee and Linda Joy Lee, to locate and treat the root cause of pain – this method yields far more successful results when compared to common ‘band-aid’ solutions.

David has worked with athletes of all levels in numerous sports from the Pro Rodeo Circuit to community beach soccer. He has been team therapist for the Canadian men’s Alpine Ski team and Vancouver Whitecaps men’s soccer team. He was the Canada Ski Cross team therapist for two seasons which included working with the team through the 2010 Vancouver Olympics.

David is a former collegiate and national-level track and field athlete and former track & field coach, both of which have fuelled his interest in working with running athletes. In his free time, David is an avid kite boarder, snowboarder and parkour novice.

Shawna Murray

BScPT, FCAMPT, Gunn IMS, AN-IMS, Acupuncture, Vestibular, Women’s Health

With a deep belief in the human body’s resilience and its ability to heal with proper care, Shawna is passionate about supporting clients throughout their health journeys. She takes special interest in aiding women through various life stages and enhancing the performance of running athletes. Employing a holistic, personalized approach, she utilizes education, exercise, manual therapy, IMS, acupuncture, and real-time ultrasound for comprehensive care.

A graduate of the UBC School of Rehabilitation Medicine in 1998, Shawna has since achieved multiple certifications in Manual and Manipulative Therapy, Medical Acupuncture, Gunn IMS, and Clinical Pilates, among others. She also has experience in Vestibular Rehabilitation, Women’s Health, and Peripartum care. Additionally, she has served as an assistant in orthopedic manual therapy courses and an anatomy lab for physiotherapy students.

Beyond her professional life, Shawna enjoys an active lifestyle with loved ones, partaking in outdoor activities, cooking, reading, learning, and travelling.

Susannah Britnell

BSc(Hons) PT, Dip ManipPT, FCAMPT, GunnIMS , AN-IMS, Womens Health

Susannah, a part of the Full Circle Physiotherapy Pelvic Health Collective, operates her private practice at Urban Healing in Vancouver, BC. She specializes in pregnancy, postpartum, orthopedics, pelvic health, and persistent pain issues, collaborating closely with clients of all ages and genders.

She brings invaluable experience from her tenure at BC Women’s and the Centre for Pelvic Pain, where she worked with the interdisciplinary team to address perinatal concerns and persistent pelvic pain. Susannah has presented her work to both professional and patient audiences, both internationally and locally.

An adjunct professor in the UBC Masters of Physiotherapy program, she also instructs for Rost Therapy and Pelvic Health Solutions. Her contribution to the field extends to co-authoring several papers and mentoring in the Pain Science Mentorship program. She has been an active committee member in the CPA Women’s Health Division and Pain Science Division.

Beyond her professional pursuits, Susannah relishes playing soccer and pickleball, singing in a choir, and navigating the daily life adventures with her husband and two young adults. She is on a journey to embrace life’s uncertainties rather than fearing them.

Harry Toor

BScPT, Sport Phys. Dip, FCAMPT, GunnIMS, AN-IMS

Harry is co-owner of Envision Physiotherapy in Vancouver and an adjunct professor at UBC in the Anatomy lab. He is also currently an instructor for Sport Physiotherapy Canada and the Canadian Red Cross. He spent a few years as the therapist for the Canadian Men’s ski team, and has been a part of the medical team for the 2006 and 2010 winter Olympics.

Harry has completed his Sport Physio Diploma, his advanced Manual Therapy (FCAMT) and his Gunn IMS certification. He has also incorporated the Integrated Systems Model into his practice.

Outside of his clinical time, Harry has built a free online exercise database, exer-pedia.com. He has written and illustrated a children’s book, A Robot Called Zip, teaching about some fundamentals of physical health.

Harry grew up doing taekwondo and playing squash. Now, when not in the clinic, his activities include drawing and painting, muay thai and jiu-jitsu.

Kevin Stoll

BscPT, FCAMPT, Sport Phys Dip, Gunn IMS, AN-IMS

Kevin graduated from the University of British Columbia in 1999 with his Bachelors of Science in Physiotherapy.

As a physiotherapist, Kevin has always worked in private practice. He has a particular interest in sports, and has worked with many different teams over the course of his career.

As a Sports Physiotherapist, Kevin has worked with the Canadian Alpine Ski Team and National Men’s Field Hockey Teams. He was also the Head Therapist for the Vancouver Stealth Lacrosse Team of the National Lacrosse League (NLL).

He has been a therapist at both the Olympic and Pan-American Games. Kevin has additional training in Orthopaedics, Mulligan Concepts, and Realtime Ultrasound Imaging. He completed his IMS training in 2015 and has been using IMS as an adjunct to his treatments since that time.

He uses a blended approach to treatment, including manual therapy, exercise, education and IMS. Kevin lives near Sun Peaks, BC where he enjoys skiing, mountain biking and life in the outdoors with his family.

Meggan Oliver

With a career spanning over 15 years, Meggan is an experienced and dedicated physiotherapist. Her specialties include orthopedics, manual therapy, pelvic health, and needling (CAFCI, IMS). She’s an enthusiastic lifelong learner, participating in a plethora of physiotherapy courses and sharing her knowledge through teaching and mentorship.

Meggan is particularly passionate about supporting clients during pregnancy and their transition back to regular activity post-partum. As a birth doula, she provides expert guidance during this transformative life phase. Her diverse training, which includes manual therapy (FCAMPT), visceral manipulation, the Connect Therapy series model, and running injury rehab, allows her to offer a comprehensive care approach.

Meggan, a former international field hockey player, now channels her love for activity into her appreciation for nature and adventurous travels. A proud mother of two, she understands the complexity of balancing different roles in life, bringing this empathetic perspective into her practice to provide personalized care to her clients.

Linda Belanger

Linda is originally from Montreal, where she graduated from Physiotherapy at McGill University in 2004. She was first exposed to this profession as a competitive gymnast. Her love for sports and helping others is what inspired her to become a physiotherapist. Since 2004, she has worked both in public and private practice, in Québec as well as in the Canadian Arctic, BC and now Alberta.

Linda is always looking for new challenges and continually takes different training opportunities in order to improve her skills and deliver a better level of care to her patients. In recent years, she completed a fellowship in manual therapy (FCAMPT) and did her Gunn IMS certification, as well as a kinesiotaping course. She has also attended diverse specialty trainings, such as one on the shoulder, the cervical spine and on the prevention of running injuries.

She enjoys working with all kinds of conditions, from acute to chronic, and has a special interest for shoulder, low back and pelvis problems, as well as sport related issues. When she is not working, she loves the outdoors and can be found on her mountain bike, training for triathlons or on the slopes snowboarding or patrolling as a volunteer.

Tracy Barber

With over 25 years of experience, Tracy is a prominent figure in Vancouver’s physiotherapy community. She has contributed to the development of various clinics and now focuses on her clinical practice at Envision Physiotherapy. Tracy possesses a postgraduate diploma in Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMT) and is a licensed Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) practitioner, trained by Dr. Chan Gunn.

Her broad professional portfolio includes working with the National Ballet of Canada, Vancouver rugby teams, BC Winter games, and several marathons. Beyond her clinical work, Tracy contributes to education as a clinical skills assistant and adjunct clinical professor in the Masters’ physiotherapy program at the University of British Columbia.

An active sportsperson, Tracy enjoys squash, tennis, golf, running, and regular gym workouts. Having experienced her share of injuries, she empathizes with the pain and frustration of her clients, making it her primary goal to guide them back to activities that promote their long-term health and happiness. She champions physiotherapy as an integral part of healthcare and a path to an active lifestyle.