Alberta Association of Physiotherapy

Shelby Wogsberg


Shelby completed her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy Degree in 2017 from the University of Alberta. Prior to completing this degree, she also completed a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biological Sciences and a Certificate in Community and Disability Rehabilitation.

Throughout her Masters Degree, she worked with the Leduc Junior Athletic Club, Hockey Alberta and the Okanagan Hockey Academy in men’s hockey, as well as the University of Alberta’s Wrestling program. She has most recently worked with the development team for Canada’s National Speed Skating team and through her work with sport, Shelby has achieved her Diploma in Sports Physiotherapy.  She greatly enjoys treating sports related injuries of all levels – recreational level athletes, elite athletes, and weekend warriors.

Along with her clinical practice, Shelby is also actively pursuing her Diploma in Advanced Orthopedic Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy. She is currently certified in Advanced Clinical Practice, IMS dry needling, Sport Physiotherapy, Sport First Responder, K-taping, and soft tissue release. With these skills, Shelby enjoys treating TMJ dysfunction, neck, mid-back and low back pain, hip pain and concussions. She looks forward to enhancing her skills with Evidence Sport and Spine.

Outside of physiotherapy, you will find Shelby at the dog park with her two dogs and husband, and training and racing in Ironman triathlon events around the world.

Treatment Type: Dry Needling / Intramuscular Stimulation, Exercise Therapy – Individualized, Manual Therapy – Soft Tissue/Massage, Manual Therapy – Manipulation, Manual Therapy – Mobilization, Multidisciplinary Clinic, Shockwave, Therapeutic Pain Education

Condition: Chronic Pain, Concussion Rehabilitation, Headache/Migraine, Injury Prevention, Motor Vehicle Accident/Whiplash Injuries, Musculoskeletal – Spine, Musculoskeletal – Shoulder, Musculoskeletal – Hand and Wrist, Musculoskeletal – Foot and Ankle, Musculoskeletal – Knee, Musculoskeletal – Temporomandibular Joint, Sports Injury, Vestibular

Language: English

Clinic: Evidence Sport and Spine North

Address: 2000 Veterans Place NW #201, Calgary, , Alberta  T3B 4N2

Telephone: (403)-210-9969


Accessibility: Private Rooms Available, Virtual Options Available, Accommodations for hearing impaired, Wheelchair accessible clinic

Payment Options: Credit Card Payment, Direct Billing for Insurance Claims, Motor Vehicle Accident Claims

Walkins/Referrals: Online Booking, Evening Hours

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